Copy, paste & repeat!

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On Sunday on I’ll be doing the same thing again as I did a few months ago: travel to Turkey to start preparations for the delivery voyage of a double-ended ferry from Tuzla to Florø in Norway.
And yes indeed; it’s the sistervessel of the MF “Hornelen”, this is the second & last ferry in the series and is called the MF “Losna”. And as far as I’m aware, it’s exact the same vessel, except that this one has bow & stern visors. I guess I managed to do a satisfactory job last time so I’m acting as captain once again as well.
And then there is the issue of the weather: where the first voyage was pretty good I do expect a bit rougher weather & resulting seas this time of year. I assume we won’t be breaking speed records on this trip.  We probably will not arrive in Norway before the New Year but who knows: I’m happy to be surprised.

And off course this voyage is also done under the competent management of Redwise Maritime Services.

 

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A ferry from Turkey to Norway

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No, this is not a regular ferry service from Turkey to Norway…..it’s a delivery!

After spending the (quite rainy) summer at home it’s time to do some work again. This time I’ll be acting as the master on the MF “Hornelen” (IMO 9771638), a Norwegian flagged double ended ferry which needs to be delivered from the builders in Tuzla, Turkey to it’s working port of Florø in Norway. The trip will take about 4 weeks in total so I should be back home again towards the end of September. This delivery is managed by Redwise Maritime Services, a company I used to work for quite a while ago and for which I’m very happy to do some work again.

See you all at the end of september!