Motor Vessel Nordkapp
Three cameras are mounted on the coastal steamer M/S Nordkapp, another is here and here.
Nordkapp (North Cape) was built in 1996, and is one of the new generation of "Hurtigruten
coastal steamers" which travel up and down the Norwegian coast and follow a
tight schedule, sort of like the Greyhound bus system in the United States. The journey from Bergen to Kirkenes and back takes 11 days,
and the ship calls at 34 ports along the coast. This route has been in service
since 1893, and Hurtigruten now operates 10 vessels. The ships carry
cars, people, goods and mail, and can be the primary mode of
transportation during certain times of the year.
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