Today the understated Hebridean Sky called into Bergen.
This is a small cruise ship with a long (and somewhat complicated) history. Originally entering service in 1987 for the now-defunct Renaissance Cruises, she has, over the past 30 years, sailed under no fewer than ten different names. She is currently operated by Polar Latitudes.
Hebridean Sky is, in effect, and expedition cruise ship; her design allows her to venture almost anywhere, including Antarctica and the Artic.
She has a length of of 90m, a gross tonnage of 4,200 and can accommodate 120 passengers and 72 crew.
The following photos show Hebridean Sky alongside this afternoon as I passed her on my way home from work.