"KOS 44"

"KOS 44"

Whaling boat “KOS 44” on “space IV”-expedition sometime in the middle of the fifties. Appears that the boy is standing ready in the bow to pick up defies Koka order to transfer whale hanging along the side.
Photographer: Oddvar Johannesen
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other names: Kos 44 (1949) – Mountain dream (1965) – rough (1974) – Nordfisk (1976) – Lurøy (1995) – Luroy (2002)

"Kosmos" og "Kos III" (1930)

"Kosmos" og "Kos III" (1930)

Flk “Kosmos” (22 000 tonnes), Whaler Ranked #. 3 [“Kos III”] can be seen along the side. Each factory ship has a fleet of these small catchers which are potent vessels (sic) that can make 18 button.
[Written on the back of the photograph]
Photograph from the University of Newcastle (Australia) Archive A6590 (iv) Box with original photographs including those taken from Mawson second B.A.N.Z.A.R.E. mission from Hobart, 22. november 1930 to Hobart, 19. mars 1931. Photographer(is): William F. Howard, crew of Discovery.
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