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Postby aukepalmhof » Tue Sep 08, 2020 8:30 pm

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Norway issued in 2020 two stamps for the Anniversaries of two towns Bergen and Moss, the 300th anniversary of Moss shows us a ferry of which is given that she is the BASTØ V.

By the stamp is given:
Moss has a diverse industry and trade environment, art galleries, and varying fjord and inland scenery with, for example, Jeløya island, the Mossemarka countryside and Vansjø lake.
Mossefossen waterfalls in Mosseelva river (also called Mossa), towering at around 25 m, has provided for a diverse commercial industry with sawmills and mills. In addition to 2020 being the anniversary of its charter, it is also the year Moss and Rygge will merge together to form a single municipality.

The vessel is a pax/RoRo ferry built under yard No 29 by SEFINE Denizclik Tersanecilik Turizm San.& Tic. AS, Valova, Turkey for T-Finans (Torghatten A/S, Brønnøysund,(Bastø Fosen A/S), Horten, Norway.
28 November 2014 ordered.
25 December 2015 laid down
29 September 2016 launched as the BASTØ V two sisters the BASTØ IV and BASTØ VI.
Tonnage 7,870 brt, 2,361 nrt, 1,350 dwt, dim. 142.9 x 21.0 x 7.15m, length bpp. 133.6m, draught 5.0m.
Powered by two General Electric 16V diesels, Type 250 MDC, total 4,500 bhp. Two AZP 100 CP Azimuth propellers, speed 18 knots.
Capacity for 600 day passengers and 200 vehicles.
Fitted out with a bow and stern ramp.
22 March 2017 delivered to owners, managed by Bastø Fosen A/S Horten
2020 In service between Moss and Horten, IMO no 9771422. Homeport Horten, Norway. ... TO%20V.htm
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