The photos in this album are all by WSS member Hilmar Snorrasen, and showcase a variety of vessels seen in and around Iceland. Many more images will be added as time permits.
WARNING: All photographs on this website are copyrighted by the photographer and/or the World Ship Society, and are not to be copied, distributed or otherwise used for any commercial purpose without the written consent of the photographer. However, the Society can, if it so wishes, use any of the images as it sees fit, for publication in any of its publications or for its image library.
NOTES: By clicking on a thumbnail image from the selection shown, a larger image will appear. Options include showing more than the default of 9 - we suggest changing the option in the drop-down box to 60! By moving your mouse over a thumbnail will bring up a box with the details of the photo. These same details appear at the top of each enlarged image. Choosing the 'slide show' option will present all photos in this one album.
If the photographer has given permission for us to publish his e-mail address, it will appear on the first page as a clickable link. This will send a message direct to the photographer in question. If no e-mail link is shown, the photographer has either no e-mail service, or has not indicated to us his desire to become involved in any correspondence — in which case we suggest you send enquiries to the email@example.com (showing "Photo Album-CHS-01" in the subject line.)
Photo Album-CHS-01. "Maritime Activity in Iceland". All the photos in the following album are assumed to have been taken by Hilmar Snorrasen, unless otherwise noted.
In due course, a searchable database will be established which will allow the reader to search for ship name, etc. of all images posted to the website's Photo Albums. This database will then point you to the location of the image on the website.
These images are not considered part of the International World Ship Society's Photo Library (W.S.P.L.), although copies of some photos may be held by them. The images at present are held by the Vancouver Branch's Photo Collection.