Shipyard in the Netherlands

Shipyard in the Netherlands

Flk “Sir James Clark Ross” and Flk “William Barendsz” (ex. “Pan Gothia”) at a shipyard in the Netherlands (may være Amsterdamsche Drydock Maats MV). If anyone knows any shipyard that is so it is just to write it in the comments.
Posted with permission from The Whaling Museum in Sandefjord.
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William Barendsz og Bloemendael

William Barendsz og Bloemendael

Nederlands kokeri William Barendsz (II) right and transport / tanker Bloemendael (ex. William Barendsz (I)) in Amsterdam between seasons.
 
 
Photo: Abraham Jansen
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William Barendsz

William Barendsz

Flk William Barendsz (1955). The ship was Nederlands second floating factory ship and was in service for Nederlandsche Maatschappij voor de Walvischvaart to 1964.
 
 
Ifølge Joost Scokkenbroek, ved Maritime Museum i Amsterdam, were Nederlands whaling after World War heavily state funded and without this one had it all gone with loss. The entire catch was thus subsidized by Dutch taxpayers.
 
from S.N. personal archive.
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