You get so used to travelling on modern cruise ships it takes a visit to somewhere like the Hurtigruten museum to realise how ships have changed in the past fifty years. Being of an age that had travelled by ship some 50 years ago I had forgotten that tables used to have little lips around them to stop the cutlery falling from them in rough seas and easy wipe surfaces everywhere on the expectation that things would be spilt. As we were travelling on a Hurtigruten ship we had free entry to the museum. Without it we probably wouldn't have gone in but we would have missed a gem.
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