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Nassau registered Passenger ship Albatros
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No: 1797   Contributor: Andrew Dowsett   Year: 2005   Manufacturer: Unknown   Country: United Kingdom
Nassau registered Passenger ship Albatros

Nassau registered Passenger ship Albatros anchored in the Cromarty Firth in 2005.
Picture added on 16 April 2007
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Why is she anchored and not berthed at Invergordon as usual? And what is that vessel behind her?

Love the contrast of the white ship with the dark sky though :)

Added by Marcel on 16 April 2007.
She was anchored due to lack of quayside space. i think on this day there was already 2 maybe 3 liners in already. The ship behind i think is Lauralay a pipe or cable laying ship.

Added by Ronald Young on 16 April 2007.
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