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Norwegian Veteran Ship Club

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Norsk Veteranskibsklub owns two veteran steamships, D/S Børøysund and D/S Styrbjørn.

D/S Børøysund can be rented for charter tours on the Oslo Fjord, and also sails on open tours on Tuesdays and Thursdays in June and August. D/S Børøysund was built in 1908 and has room for 80 persons. The ship has been restored to look like it did in 1935.

D/S Styrbjørn was built in 1910 and has room for 12 passengers, but no longer has a certificate to take passengers on board.

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Norwegian Veteran Ship Club

Norsk Veteranskibsklub owns two veteran steamships, D/S Børøysund and D/S Styrbjørn. D/S Børøysund can be rented for charter tours on the Oslo Fjor...

Norwegian Veteran Ship Club

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