Stromness Primary School visit

Stromness Primary School

On 18th February 2014, NorthLink Ferries welcomed Stromness Primary P2’s and their teachers to the ferry terminal and onboard MV Hamnavoe. They had a super time on board and visited the bridge, even sitting in the Captain’s seat!

We enjoyed the comments from the children, who received also NorthLink Vikling t-shirts and a juice and snack!

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“My T-shirt is the best, it’s so awesome!”

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“It would be the coolest job ever!”

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Even the teachers took part!

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“it was even higher than a fairground!”

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“This was the best morning ever!”

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