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Three views of the Polish fullrigger Dar Mlodziezy in Bergen harbour in 1993, the best of the three being this one, with the Rusian Sedov in the background.
And there was some blue sky in Bergen for 2 out of 3 pictures!
In workshop 1, the rear part, which is typical of that serie of 4 ships (one Polish: Dar Mlodziezy ; 3 ex USSR now split between 2 Russian ships: Druzhba and Mir and 1 Ukrainian: Khersones).
In worshop 2, a side view taken during a period of grey weather (unfortnatly the most common in Bergen during my stay in 1993).

From Wikipedia:
Dar Młodzieży ("the gift of youth") is a Polish sailing training ship designed by Zygmunt Choreń and launched in 1982 in the Gdańsk shipyard, Poland. Its home port is Gdynia (Poland). It has replaced Dar Pomorza.
Length: 110.6 m
Width: 14 m
Height: 62.1 m
Depth: 6.3 m
Sail surface: 3,015 m²
Crew: around 200

Scanned film, PS Elements 5.0

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