Original 106 quiz on MV Hrossey in Aberdeen

A fun Friday on board MV Hrossey with Original 106 fm

1 boat, 2 NorthLink representatives, 3 Original 106 fm presenters and 4 sets of contestants = a whole lot of fun!

Original 106 FM bannerA week of competitions began on Monday 16th May. Listeners of Original 106 were encouraged to phone in and participate in a competition entitled ‘Don’t Forget Your Suitcase’ with a chance to win all-expenses-paid trip to Shetland, courtesy of NorthLink Ferries.

Original 106 FM Quiz

On Friday 20th May 2016 we welcomed all the winners of the competition, along with Original 106 fm presenters, onto the NorthLink Ferry MV Hrossey. However, only one pair of contestants were to sail that evening. The rest were off to walk the plank!Original 106 FM Presenter

As each couple answered NorthLink’s carefully selected questions live on air with Original 106 fm it was only a matter of time before we said goodbye to our first set of contestants. These two were pushed off by our hotel director Mike Carter.
Contestants are removed from the ferry!Another difficult question saw our next victims fired off the ferry (but not before a quick photo op!)

Original 106 FM contestants

Finally we were down to 2 couples and one final question. Tension built as the question was asked and answered by our winners. We said goodbye to these two final contestants.

Final ContestantsOur winners,  Amanda and Ally McGee were presented with their prize and were overjoyed with themselves. Rightly so, they deserved it after all their hard work. They truly were ecstatic.

The winners of the Original 106 FM QuizThe winning couple were treated to a tour of the ferry and a bridge visit where they met Chief Officer Sam Caithness.

Visiting the bridge of MV HrosseyAs the radio team left MV Hrossey, it was time for the winners to enjoy their prize and for us to wave them off. The Original 106 fm team rounded off their show live from the pier side.

Original 106 FM broadcasting from the pier

Thank you to all who entered and special thanks to Original 106 fm for bringing such a fun-filled Friday Quiz on board!

Shona LawranceBy Shona Lawrance
A young quine with an energetic sense of adventure but dire sense of direction! Born and bred in the North East of Scotland with a long loving appreciation of the Scottish islands.

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