Seven Seas Voyager, Ryndam & AIDAsol

Just a quick post today with an update from over the weekend.

SEVEN SEAS VOYAGER

On Saturday (12/07/14) Seven Seas Voyager called at Bontelabo terminal. I was not around to see her sail, but took the following photos of her alongside earlier in the afternoon.

Cruise ship Seven Seas Voyager in Bergen
Seven Seas Voyager docked at Bontelabo
Seven Seas Voyager was completed in 2003 for Regent Seven Seas Cruises. She is a mid-sized cruise ship, at 42,300 GRT, catering for just 700 passengers in her all-suite accommodation. 

Cruise Ship Seven Seas Voyager in Bergen
Seven Seas Voyager docked at Bontelabo
Cruise Ship Seven Seas Voyager in Bergen
Every suite onboard Seven Seas Voyager has a private balcony
Cruise Ship Seven Seas Voyager in Bergen
The Aft Superstructure of Seven Seas Voyager
RYNDAM 

Today I watched Holland America Line's Ryndam sailing uder the Askøy Bridge on her way to Geiranger.

Cruise Ship Ryndam in Bergen
Ryndam approaches the Askøy Bridge
Built in 1994, Ryndam is the third Statendam Class ship built for Holland America Line following their acquisition by Carnival. She is due to be retired from Holland America in April 2015, when she will be refitted and re-enter service under the P&O Australia brand.

Cruise Ship Ryndam in Bergen
Ryndam nearing the Askøy Bridge
AIDASOL

Also departing Bergen this afternoon was AIDAsol, a Sphynx Class cruise ship operated by the German run AIDA Cruises.

Cruise Ship AIDAsol in Bergen
AIDAsol passing Kleppestø, Askøy
Completed in 2011, she has a gross tonnage of just over 71,000 and carries around 2,100 passengers on any single voyage.

Cruise Ship AIDAsol in Bergen
AIDAsol approaching the Askøy Bridge, with Ryndam visible in the distance
AIDAsol made her way under the bridge and onwards towards her next port of call, Hellesylt.

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