“Star III” (1947)

“Star III” (1947)

A/S Rosshavets Hvb “Star III”. Bygget outpost boat (patruljebåt) after hvalbåtdesign at Nyland Workshop, Oslo (362). Originally commissioned by Whaler-A / S Ross Sea (Rasmussen, Konow, Moe), Sandefjord. Building Contract requisitioned by the German occupation-power (Admiral Norway) as VARANGER (V.5905).
Posted with permission from The Whaling Museum in Sandefjord.
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diary “Sir James Clark Ross” – 13.02.1933

diary “Sir James Clark Ross” – 13.02.1933

Flanged 6 blue and 2 finn. The weather is beautiful again right "hvalvær". Just nu coat "Kos 5" just past us. It is supposedly "Kosmos" which has the, so we get well soon see floating factory No.. 3 herborte. The new message is 137 000 hold and 1225 whale. It is a growth last week on 9000 hold and 80 whale.

– Øivind Schau

Grytviken

Grytviken

A well-known design of t. Andersson from a slightly different angle. King Edward Point med radiomaster (listed 1923/24 along with other buildings that were used by the Discovery Program) and “I stride II” by Harpon-brygga.
See more from Theodor Andersson's photo collection on Hvalfangstarkiver.no
Posted with permission from The Whaling Museum in Sandefjord.
Photographer: Theodor Andersson
Year: 1926-32
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The harbor in Sandefjord 1950s

The harbor in Sandefjord 1950s

Out in the bay right at Thorøya located “Thorshavet” and “Thorshøvdi”. Left at Jahres Factories located “space III” and “space IV”. By Foreness located “Sir James Clark Ross” and what is probably “Abraham Larsen”. Inside the harbor is Jahres, Ross Sea and Thor Dahls catchers.
Photo: From private collection, photographer unknown.
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