Naeroeyfjord

Idag viser vi et svært gammelt bilde, eller rettere sagt: En svært gammel båt! Men naturen er like fantastisk som den alltid har vært!
Båten er ss ‘Hardingen’, – en bilferge som var i aktiv drift mellom Kvanndal og Kinsarvik i Hardanger på 1960- og 70-tallet, men som den dag i dag er i fortsatt tjeneste. Her avbildet på vei inn Nærøyfjorden i Sogn & Fjordane  og naturen, – ja den er fortsatt likke vakker og majestetisk!
Today we are giving you an really old picture, or perhaps it would be more correct to say: ‘A very old ship’?! But the nature is just as fantastic as it ever was!
The vessel is named ss ‘Hardingen’ (Trans. ‘The tough one’) and is a car ferry that used to sail across the Hardanger Fjord between Kvanndal and Kinsarvik around 1960 – 1970,
but – as you may observe – is still working our fjords! Here it’s been photographed sailing in the ‘Naeroeyfjord’ in Sogn & Fjordane, and – the nature is just as impressive, majestic and beautiful as it ever was!

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5 Responses to Naeroeyfjord

  1. utesmile says:

    Norway is amazing, I love the clear and pure water, air, colours and everything.

  2. -Eugenia says:

    Majestic, indeed! What a gorgeous scene.

  3. Per Morten Reigstad says:

    En av de andre gamle fergene blir brukt som sigtseeing båt, tror faktisk den er enda eldre! Skal sjekke litt?

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