Large ship captain mooring the ship on rough seas and strong winds


This is a Hurtigruten ship, a ferry going up and down the coast of Norway, from almost the very South of Norway in the North Sea all the way into the Arctic in six days. Then they go back down South. It is a combined cargo ship transporting supplies and people to small towns along the coast – and it is a cruise ship for tourists wanting to see Norway and the fjords. If you are a captain of this ship, you and your crew know how to navigate all kinds of rough seas and safely dock in all kinds of extreme weather.

This is a masterclass in seamanship. Hats off to all concerned.