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New Hundested - Rørvig ferry in port

New Hundested - Rørvig ferry in port
Hhoto: FargeGaleriet.dk

15-04-2013 12:00:00


After a five-week transport from Bangladesh as deck cargo on board the heavy lift vessel Baltic Winter, the new ferry for the Hundested - Rørvig route arrived in Hundested late Sunday afternoon.

"It has been a long and exciting day, and the whole operation went really well. We had a small problem with starting one auxiliary motor, but otherwise everything has gone according to plan. There has been no damage to the ferry on the journey nor when lowering it down from Baltic Winter", says Bo Andersen, co-owner of the ferry, to sn.dk.

A large number of people had turned up at the harbor to welcome the new ferry, including a broadcast crew from Færgegalleriet which subsequently e-mailed the above image to our editors.

Baltic Winter continued to Aalbæk Bay, where it now lies at anchor.

Source: sn.dk





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