Bast fosen horten
the next ship, named Bast I was delivered with a capacity of 600 passengers and 55 cars. A tunnel would need to be 17 kilometres (11 mi) to meet European Union requirements for maximum 6 gradient; the tunnel would be 325 metres (1,066 ft) below sea level. It was in traffic along with stfold (formerly Bast II ). This contract demonstrates that the company takes safety very seriously and is committed to investing in reliable, industry leading navigation technology. 2 3 Fleet MS Bast I and MS Bast II are identical ships delivered in 1997 for the takeover of the route.
An alternative includes also building a railway line parallel with the tunnel; this would make it 32 kilometres (20 mi) long to allow a gradient.5. In 1978 it was supplemented with 1978 Bast I that took 700 passengers and 190 cars. For questions regarding lost items, you can contact the "lost and found" office directly in Horten, where all forgotten material is stored up to 3 months. In 1784, decisions on the ticket prices were set at 40 shillings in summer and 60 in winter for a ferryman to row a boat with twelve men across. From 2001 Sogn was rented in as an extra ferry. With the issue of the ferry privilege of 1752 it was required that the ferry hold six horses with riders, plus ferrymen. It would be fully financed as a toll road. Jelya as the east quay. King Frederick IV asked the governor of, borre to build a larger ferry able to hold 16 horses and 50 men. After the new ferries were delivered, traffic increased from 600,000 cars in 1996.4 million cars in 2004. In 1989 it was sold to Gokstad AS, the private company of the retiring Chief Executive Officer Bjrn Bettum. Axel to cross the fjord, and a year later.