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Probably seen as Norway's most important holiday, May 17th has been an important day for over 200 years. If you enjoyed the video, feel free to share! I appreciate it very much! Music by Brunuhville: -A Story to Unfold -Celtic Love Song
Caisar has stolen my bed. Captured with a iPhone 4S.
Filia Nettie in Fur harbour 28/12/2014.
Kopersand was in Fur habour with some white bentonite to Damolin as doing it into cat litter.
Birgit Liodden is the first female Director of NOR Shipping, where she since May 2015, is working towards making NOR Shipping the innovative hub in the Scandinavian maritime community. She is the Founder and first Secretary General of YoungShip International, has a background with Wilh. Wilhelmsen, consultancy for the OECD and Sea Trucks (Nigeria), numerous board positions and much more. Birgit has a drive for a sustainable & diverse maritime industry, keeps repeating that the future is now and is an Entrepeneur at heart. This interview must makes you want to express an opinion! Join the conversation in social media or on the website www.shippingpodcast.com and don't forget to tell everyone that there is a ShippingPodcast, we are aiming for a larger au...
Mega Disasters Seconds From Disaster Fire on board the Star MS Scandinavian Star, originally named MS Massalia and also known by other names (see infobox), was a car and passenger ferry built in France in 1971. The ship was set on fire in 1990, killing 159 people. M/S Massalia was built by Dubigeon-Normandie S.A. in 1971 and delivered to Compagnie de Paquebots who put her on the route Marseille–Málaga–Casablanca and also cruises in the Mediterranean Sea. In 1984 she was owned by a number of companies and named Stena Baltica, Island Fiesta and finally Scandinavian Star, a name given to her by Scandinavian World Cruises who chartered the ship and put her on cruises between St. Petersburg, Florida and Tampa, Florida to Cozumel, Mexico. In 1990, the Scandinavian Star was sold to Vognmandsrute...
This documentary ﬂlm is about the history of the Vikings who were a northern European maritime civilization. They were pagan, non- christian, tribal based organization which was remarkable complicated and suffered greatly from the Roman propaganda claiming they were "barbarians". They settled all over Europe: Scandinavia, Russia, the British Isles, Ireland, Denmark, France, and even American eastcoast. Trading was they're main business, raiding was a part-time job.
Gjordes av Sam El Baste Kontakt : www.facebook.com/SamElbaste Njut av bästa underbara spektakulära stunder att se Sverige från himlen - Göteborg Gothenburg from the sky enjoy Sweden from a spectacular shooting of beautiful Sweden. غوتنبرغ من السماء غوتنبرغ بعيون الطيور WHAT TO DO IN GOTHENBURG Göteborg You can also check out the Opera House and the Cathedral modeled after a Viking Ship. Souvenirs shopping can be done at Nordstan Mall (the largest in Scandanavia), though I prefer TGR, a store chain that sells Swedish trinkets and toys (on the cheap). Dji Phantom 3 Advanced
La segunda ponencia de Neil Price, en este caso, referida a las mujeres vikingas y su vinculación con las armas de acuerdo a la arqueología. Según los resultados encontrados en diferentes excavaciones arqueológicas podemos ver cómo las mujeres tenían un estatus parecido al de los hombres. Los restos materiales muestran cómo se puede hablar de la mujer valkyria, aquella que podía participar en la guerra. Las mujeres podían divorciarse de sus maridos y eran libres. La conferencia describe muy bien las diferencias de condición y de roles de la mujer en las sociedades vikingas.
Restoration of a wooden ship recognized as historical maritime treasure by the Norwegian Directorate for Cultural Heritage. Faber Navalis is Latin for Boatbuilder: words in an ancient language for describing an ancient profession. It might seem just a video about the restoration of a wooden ship, but the actual subject of this documentary-film is the state of mind of its shipwright: an Italian researcher in maritime ethnography who decided to learn boat building skills in order to understand the intangible knowledge hidden behind the construction of a wooden ship. This film is an experiment in autobiographical ethnography in which the shipwhright is also the filmmaker: a combination of aesthetics and ethnography which attempts to bring out an inner dimension that may only with difficulty,...
MAYDAY Disasters at Sea - The Estonia Disaster This video is purely for educational purposes and are NOT intended to market any product or brand. British documentary from 1998 about disasters at sea in Swedish language with English CC. Ever since the Titanic went under on April 15, 1912 maritime disasters is something that grabs people's deepest fears. Of all accidents, disasters at sea is the worst. Mayday tells the stories from sea captains, crew, passengers and investigators about why some of the world's worst disasters occurred and what we learned from them. This episode is about the true story of the Estonia, a cruise ferry which sank in the Baltic Sea after the bow visor fell off in one of the toughest storms in Swedish history. On September 28 1994, she departed from Tallinn enro...
Meritiellä Trondheimista Röviikkiin (Norja) 24 minuutissa Speed Up video 12x
Just a few sea ballads and shanties because I realized that many of my favourite bands/singers have such songs and I haven't posted any of them yet. Lots of Brillig songs because they have a whole sea shanty album. Also, some recently Kickstarted projects. 0:00 Old Captain - Brillig 4:29 Burial at Sea - Caravan of Thieves 7:54 In All My Dreams I Drown - from The Devil's Carnival 10:27 Windward Bound - Brillig 15:09 Work Song - Paul Shapera (from A Pirate's Tale) 17:50 Lighthouse - Birdeatsbaby 21:49 Fair Warning - Brillig 25:39 The Wreck of the Bold Lady Jean (acoustic, rough version) - The Celtfather 29:41 Ready for the Storm - Deanta 33:16 Isabella - Gods Favourite Beefcake 35:53 Rum Swagger - Kim Boekbinder
Dolphin show at Batumi Dolphinarium, Georgia, filmed on September 1st, 2016. As a show, it was definitely better than the one at Kolmården Zoo - but of course, a Scandinavian zoo has to put much greater emphasis on "natural" and conservation and education, than a dolphinarium in a west Asian tourist location. And I enjoy both educational and "entertainment" shows, the thing with this one was the many behaviors I had never seen before (like the dance at 24:00), the length of it, the number of trainers and dolphins, the beautiful stage, and the clear love between trainers and dolphins. All the dolphins are presented by name in the beginning. They had three babies born a few months earlier, and two of them are with their mothers in the pool here, the third mother-calf pair is in one of the...
Eva Berglund-Thörnblom from the Stockholm Maritime Museum ( Sjöhistoriska Museet) gave a wonderful presentation on the life of yacht designer Tore Holm from Sweden at the #Venda Sailing Symposium at the Vene Båt boat show in Helsinki. Holm and the Holm boat yard are particularly well known for their skerry cruisers and other sailing boats.
This is a Siemens E311e HF receiver as manufactured in the 1960-70's. Used a lot in ground and maritime radio. It was an excellent performer for its time. Allowing any frequency to be set to within +/-50Hz. Stability was due to temperature control of critical oscillators. This example was restored at VK4GXC, Ovens needed repair, some cosmetic work and a full realignment returned the unit back to fully operational condition.
This film is of the Marco Polo "Emerald Isle Discovery" cruise round Ireland from the 8th to 20th July 2012 sailing from Southampton and calling at Cobh, Glengariff, Galway, Killybegs, Greencastle, Douglas (Isle of Man) and ending at Leith (Scotland) where we tour the Royal Yacht Brittania. A big thank you to the following Musicians for allowing me to use tracks from their CD's. Tony Lawrence - 2 Tracks from CD RSCD762 "Music Maestro Please" Pete Allen - Track from CD LOTCD4311 "Oh Play That Thing" Bev Pegg - Track from CD BD0012 "String Jazz" Syd Pearman
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