15 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2015
We, three ladies, booked the cruise with Hurtigruten through our agent in Hong Kong. So, the cost covers one night in Buenos Aires (BA) and the 14 days trip. Before the trip, I read enough review about the Fram. Of course, there are ... Read More
We, three ladies, booked the cruise with Hurtigruten through our agent in Hong Kong. So, the cost covers one night in Buenos Aires (BA) and the 14 days trip. Before the trip, I read enough review about the Fram. Of course, there are always mixed rating and comments of the same thing. So, with a little reservation, we went ahead, no choice, right! We were lucky that we get to stay in Emperor hotel in BA, a nice hotel. The register went well, only that we have to get our other information separately. It would be more efficient if all information can be given at one time and that the free wifi be given to us at the same time. Then, the arrangement for getting on board of the bus to the airport is a little low profile, we were not aware or no noticeable sign on boarding the bus. Together with the other Hurtigruten guests, we board on the plane, flew to Ushuaia, and finally on board of the ship. The guest register was a bit disorganize, may be guests can be lined up instead of a crowd jammed in front of the counter. Two major things being asked for are: to let Fram keeps the passport and how we prefer to pay our bill. I decided to make payment in cash and, thus, have to make a down payment of US$100. Then I was given a cabin access card with my name, photo and my birthday(some privacy data, no?) Ours is a standard four person cabin, though a bit crowded but still OK coz we are relatively smaller size as Asian. We wish Fram has upgraded us to a more spacious cabin especially when we heard that there are others being upgraded at the spot! Anyway, the cabin provides basic amenities. We are satisfied except that the cabin space is at least 15% smaller than expected. There are standard cruise activities that come with the fare as part of the package deal, and there are additional paid activities. We learnt about the paid activities first before getting information on the standard cruise activities. So, we booked some of the paid activities. After we've done the first standard activity, we think we better stick with the standard ones because of our energy level. All the standard activities were great, safe yet adventurous enough. We were right about our decision of just doing the standard ones, we enjoyed all of them but not feeling stressful. There were lecture, adventure stories telling and documentary film sections on the ship, so one will never feel bored. All activities were educational, a good balance of information, knowledge and fun. As we understand that Fram is an expedition ship we did not have high expectation as we do for other luxurious cruise, such as food, services, etc. And because of this, we found that all the meals were good! Lots of choices and above average quality to us as asian whose taste bud have been spoiled in our own city. We have no problem with the supply of water, tea, coffee and chocolate...which were provided in a 24 x 7 pantry or water bar. Of course, one will have to take a few steps. We did not order any alcohol drinks and have been having water only during all our meals until the last third day when all activities were done and the ship was heading back to Ushuaia. We had no worries of our health and energy condition then we started to have wine and beer every meal. Oh, even the boots were free of charge! Anyway, we brought our own. May be because we have a TV crew from Germany, and that the ship company wanted to make sure everyone is happily! But nothing is flawless, we were kept pick on using plastic bags to protect our camera by one of the expedition staff who was rude to us even in front of other guests. OK, we accept that is to protect Antarctica. BUT, we saw European and American guests using much bigger plastic bags to protect their canon like lenses!!! So large that one would not be able to not seeing these plastic bags!!! We felt being treated differently. We used the plastic bags because we read from some of reviews from different sources suggesting us using plastic bags to protect our camera. We thought that should not be a problem and we use the plastic bags in a way that it won't blow away unless together with the camera. Anyway, nothing is perfect. I suggest also put more smiles on ones face would be much better. I only see true smiling faces when we were stepping out of the ship on that last morning! Otherwise, I would definitely rate this cruise an excellent!. Last but not the least, the service crew members from Philippine were all very talented! Read Less
13 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2015
Buenos Aires to The Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica. Long distances between landings makes for a very expensive cruise for not much time on shore. The cruise part was sub-par for food and service compared to "cruise" ... Read More
Buenos Aires to The Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica. Long distances between landings makes for a very expensive cruise for not much time on shore. The cruise part was sub-par for food and service compared to "cruise" lines. The "expedition " part really focused on very expensive extra price options such as hikes, kayaking and polar boat cruising rather than free field trips to view wildlife or historical sites led by experts as previous trips to Antarctica have been. The large group of people to manage (216) compared to smaller ships, created its own problems with trying to get everyone suited up and on shore each landing. Expedition leaders gave a lecture or two on board during the cruise and led extra price trips on shore or policed passengers to be sure no one got near wildlife. (except penguins which wandered in and out of the water nearby and were impossible to control). Landings were usually at least a mile round-trip or more from major bird colonies. (five miles in one instance). One stop in the Falklands had transportation for the old and lame which was nice. All land excursions and activities were almost outrageously overpriced as was internet service which probably shouldn't even be offered except for emergency use. Note that it is charged by the hour, not by use. Simple emails could easily take half an hour to download or send. Food pretty plain and some of the meat was low quality and some "fishy" tasting fish - absolutely unacceptable from a Norwegian outfit. Lots of raw dried meat, smoked fish, slimy sea thing starters and they must have gotten a whale of a bargain on orange sherbet which seemed to be an ice cream choice practically every day. Best thing about the ship was the 7th deck observation lounge. Great views and plenty of seats. (Could have been anchored to the floor though- several of them tipped over during rough seas dumping passengers on the floor). All in all, an acceptable ship and a good trip. I just prefer fewer people and more field-trip type interaction between passengers and experts rather than lectures and activities you can do at home. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: October 2015
The Fram is a modern small ship with stabilizers.. Norwegian cruise line with experience in ice. The crew and excursion guides were excellent. South Georgia is a spectacular place and we were there for two nights and one and a half days. ... Read More
The Fram is a modern small ship with stabilizers.. Norwegian cruise line with experience in ice. The crew and excursion guides were excellent. South Georgia is a spectacular place and we were there for two nights and one and a half days. Great tour locations. We hiked the last portion of Shackleton's hike across South Georgia and it was a memorable experience. Grytviken is spectacular.... I would have liked to spend more time there. Great excursions on the Antarctic archipelago and on the continent itself.... we missed a few neat places (Elephant Island) and the Penguin Post Office because we were so early in the season.... but a beautiful cruise with experiences and organized cruise line. When you are there the environment dictates where you can go, So sometimes you just have to move on or adjust your expectations. Food was great. We loved every minute and are keen to return. I cannot say enough about the professionalism of the Hurtigruten folk! Read Less
22 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2015
Hurtigruten’s North East Greenland National Park Expedition. 10th to 24th September 2015. This voyage on the Fram to the North East Greenland National Park was so seriously flawed that we will not be travelling with Hurtigruten ... Read More
Hurtigruten’s North East Greenland National Park Expedition. 10th to 24th September 2015. This voyage on the Fram to the North East Greenland National Park was so seriously flawed that we will not be travelling with Hurtigruten again. We had rated previous voyages as excellent, including one on the Fram, and the comment that Hurtigruten is Norway’s national treasure was, in the past well deserved. The voyage was booked two years ago and chosen because of the focus on Greenland’s National Park. As soon as we set foot on board it became evident that something had changed. The embarkation process was chaotic with people milling around all over the place. Later the mandatory safety drill was so badly organised that it would be surprising if anyone knew what to do in an emergency. The drill was also disrupted by a large party who talked noisily amongst themselves throughout. During the evening introduction of the crew and the Expedition team we were dismayed to find that there were hardly any mature Arctic experts, or experts of any kind on the team. These observations were widely discussed by the returnee English and German passengers, many of whom had travelled on the Fram many times before. Three factors ruined this holiday, two of which were known in advance by Hurtigruten and thus were avoidable and the third was complete incompetence by Hurtigruten staff on board. 1. The bad ice conditions were well known to Hurtigruten before we left Iceland because they had been experienced on the Southbound journey of this voyage one week earlier but also because of the Danish Meteorological Office Ice Charts and Satellite pictures. Early in the voyage we were told we would NOT be going into the National Park due to the danger presented by ice conditions and that it was unlikely that we would be able to land anywhere. A few days later this decision was reversed with no satisfactory explanation and this resulted in us spending nearly three days at sea trapped in the ice. 2. We became aware from talking to the crew that Hurtigruten are actively pursuing the Chinese market. The presence of a group of 34 passengers considerably diminished the enjoyment of this holiday from the outset. None of this group spoke any European language and regrettably their behaviour left much to be desired. They did not understand or seem to want to observe mandatory hygiene rules in the restaurant, queue outside the restaurant when asked, keep quiet when observing wild life, respect the AECO rules about leaving the Arctic unspoilt. They pushed and shoved when others were trying to take photographs of wild life. None of the Hurtigruten staff were Chinese speaking and very little action was taken to ameliorate their behaviour or observe on board etiquette. Regrettably this was not a comfortable or positive experience. 3. We were told by the Expedition Team Leader that Hurtigruten somehow managed to contaminate the stock of fuel for the fleet of landing boats such that diesel and petroleum containers got mixed up. As a result some boats loaded with passengers had to be towed back to the ship as their engines failed. The three days spent cruising in Scoresby Sund where two landings took place was not on the itinerary. This was either a diversion due to the ice conditions or delaying tactics whilst waiting for clean fuel to be obtained for the landing boats – neither excuse was properly explained. As a result of these key issues and poor decision making this holiday was a fiasco. We only spent two days in the National Park instead of seven and only half a day in Spitsbergen. There were periods when no update information was given during which time passengers wondered what was going. The sighting of two adult polar bears, one with a cub, on the ice in Greenland, or the beautiful afternoon spent on the ship surrounded by whales in Iceland did not make up for this very disappointing holiday. There were very few birds due to the time of year. We were told that there were musk oxen and arctic foxes but they were so far away as to be virtually invisible. Our previous experiences on the Fram have been very positive, and even allowing for difficulties of weather and ice conditions the Expedition team have come up with alternative itineraries which have been perfectly acceptable. Not so on this voyage - it was evident something went very badly wrong early on. We got the impression that the Expedition team had basically given up. Possibly the reasons might be due to the change of ownership in late 2014 when Hurtigruten was taken over by a group of British investors. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2015
Notes on Hurtigruten National Park Expedition, 10 September to 24 September 2015 We had been looking forward to our third Explorer Voyage, to Iceland, North East Greenland and Spitzbergen National Park for some time but, unfortunately, ... Read More
Notes on Hurtigruten National Park Expedition, 10 September to 24 September 2015 We had been looking forward to our third Explorer Voyage, to Iceland, North East Greenland and Spitzbergen National Park for some time but, unfortunately, this last voyage was such a massive disappointment that, instead of us now planning our next trip with Hurtigruten, it is most unlikely that we will travel on the Fram or with them again. Signs of what was to come started with the mandatory safety drill. Compared with those on our 2012 and 2013 voyages when the drills went like clockwork the contrast could not have been greater: it was disorganised chaos made worse by the fact that many of the large Chinese contingent on board talked loudly and incessantly over the instructions when they were being given in English or German. Instead of standing in relatively small groups, a large number of passengers had to just mill about trying to catch a glimpse of the crew member demonstrating procedures. Now, it is most important to recognise and acknowledge that cultural and behavioural differences exist and one needs to be tolerant. However, it is a sad fact that the behaviour of many, a majority, of the large number of Chinese passengers left much to be desired. They seem to have no concept of personal space and constantly elbowed their way in wherever, be it on deck or in the lifts or in the dining room. In general, they took little notice of the timings of excursions, demanding to be carried even when their group had not been called, and then refusing to return to the boats at allotted times. It was also an unpleasant experience to follow some of them in the queues for the buffets watching them handle food before returning it to the counters. As for the trip itself well something went wrong early on. It appears that the wrong fuel had been delivered and put into some of the boats and so we hung about for a couple of days, in the, admittedly, beautiful scenery of the Scoresbysund waiting until the Fram could take on-board the correct fuel during a second stop at Ittoqqortoormiit. I am still not sure what actually went wrong as communication with passengers left a great deal to be desired. Whatever the reason, the delay put us two days behind schedule from then on. Now, it is obvious and right that the safety of the ship and of her passengers is paramount and that important decisions must be left to the captain. Nevertheless, when still in Iceland we had been told that the earlier trip from Spitzbergen had been unable to get into some of the planned landing places because of extensive sea-ice. The sea conditions we would meet were known, therefore, before we left Scoresbysund. Slowly, we made our way through sea mist and lots of ice to Myggbukta and then to ‘Dead Man’s Bay’ which was to be our last landing in Greenland as it was decided that the ice would not permit further progress north. Not a surprise really as that, as I have said, was already known. The Fram took a day extricating itself from the ice and then only after having tried all sorts of directions including reverse. The way that it eventually succeeded was to sail south again giving rise to rumours that we were heading back to Iceland. That was not to be so but the Fram, instead of just taking one day to cross to Spitzbergen, actually took two and a half days which severely curtailed the time that we had to see Spitzbergen. A visit to Ny Ålesund was cancelled as it was said that there was to be an oil clean-up drill there. The question then asked was whether Ny Ålesund did not know of the visit by the Fram or whether the Fram did not know of the oil clean-up drill? The Spitzbergen element of the holiday was severely curtailed. Luckily, we had previously circumnavigated the archipelago and had seen it but a number of our fellow passengers was very disappointed. There were good points, however, it was not all negative. The Filipino staff was as welcoming, friendly and courteous as ever, we were very fortunate to have had excellent company at set meals and then there was the wildlife.The high point of the trip was the seeing Humpback, Minke and Orca whales, polar bears, musk oxen, reindeer and Arctic fox. None of the above, however, was sufficient to make up for the serious problems we encountered on this voyage. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2015
“We had been looking forward to our third Explorer Voyage, to Iceland, North East Greenland and Spitzbergen National Park for some time but, unfortunately, this last voyage was such a massive disappointment that, instead of us now ... Read More
“We had been looking forward to our third Explorer Voyage, to Iceland, North East Greenland and Spitzbergen National Park for some time but, unfortunately, this last voyage was such a massive disappointment that, instead of us now planning our next trip with Hurtigruten, it is most unlikely that we will travel on the Fram, or with them again. Signs of what was to come started with the mandatory safety drill. Compared with those on our 2012 and 2013 voyages when the drills went like clockwork the contrast could not have been greater: it was disorganised chaos made worse by the fact that many of the large Chinese contingent on board talked loudly and incessantly over the instructions when they were being given in English or German. Instead of standing in relatively small groups, a large number of passengers had to mill about trying to catch a glimpse of the crew member demonstrating procedures. Now, it is most important to recognise and acknowledge that cultural and behavioural differences exist and one needs to be tolerant. As for the trip itself well something went wrong early on. It appears that the wrong fuel had been delivered and put into some of the boats and so we hung about for a couple of days, in the, admittedly, beautiful scenery of the Scoresbysund waiting until the Fram could take on-board the correct fuel during a second stop at Ittoqqortoormiit. I am still not sure what actually went wrong as communication with passengers left a great deal to be desired. Whatever the reason, the delay put us two days behind schedule from then on. Now, it is obvious and right that the safety of the ship and of her passengers is paramount and that important decisions must be left to the captain. Nevertheless, when still in Iceland we had been told that the earlier trip from Spitzbergen had been unable to get into some of the planned landing places because of extensive sea-ice. The sea conditions we would meet were known, therefore, before we left Scoresbysund. Slowly, we made our way through sea mist and lots of ice to Myggbukta and then to ‘Dead Man’s Bay’ which was to be our last landing in Greenland as it was decided that the ice would not permit further progress north. Not a surprise really as that, as I have said, was already known. The Fram took a day extricating itself from the ice and then only after having tried all sorts of directions including reverse. The way that it eventually succeeded was to sail south again giving rise to rumours that we were heading back to Iceland. That was not to be so but the Fram, instead of just taking one day to cross to Spitzbergen, actually took two and a half days, which severely curtailed the time that we had to see Spitzbergen. A visit to Ny Ålesund was cancelled as it was said that there was to be an oil clean-up drill there. The question then asked was whether Ny Ålesund did not know of the visit by the Fram or whether the Fram did not know of the oil clean-up drill? The Spitzbergen element of the holiday was severely curtailed. Luckily, we had previously circumnavigated the archipelago and had seen it but a number of our fellow passengers was very disappointed. There were good points, however, it was not all negative. The Filipino staff was as welcoming, friendly and courteous as ever, we were very fortunate to have had excellent company at set meals and then there was the wildlife. The high point of the trip was seeing Humpback, Minke and Orca whales, polar bears, musk oxen, reindeer and Arctic fox. None of the above, however, was sufficient to make up for the serious problems we encountered on this voyage.” Read Less
34 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2015
We have done some pretty special cruises including Inside Passage, Panama Canal, Mexican Riviera and Tahitian Islands. My wife particularly wanted to see some Polar Bears. We told the Hurtigruten cruise consultant this and wanted advice as ... Read More
We have done some pretty special cruises including Inside Passage, Panama Canal, Mexican Riviera and Tahitian Islands. My wife particularly wanted to see some Polar Bears. We told the Hurtigruten cruise consultant this and wanted advice as to a Stitzbergen cruise or the Greenland cruise. I think we were upsold to a more expensive cruise. Boarding was a nightmare, the computers were down. Champagne was set out for suite guests, not a thing for the rest of us, not even a glass of water while we waited. The lifesaving demo was a complete farce. After 45 minutes waiting most of us had lost interest. I was pleasantly surprised by the dinner as I had read the food was average. Things went downhill from there. In 14 days you could count 3-4 memorable meals. On my feedback form I wrote, you are serving $5 meals with $40 bottles of wine. The cook (you couldn't use the word chef) killed the food. Mostly it was cooked to the point of burnt. The battered calamari was like rubber tyres both times it was served. The steaks were charred. The meal on the last night was so salty, no-one at out table could eat it. As previous critics have said, there were a lot of fish dishes. Most were quite bland and the fish tough or full of bones. One traditional fish soup tasted good but the fish could not be chewed. Service at the table was very friendly, but the staff were poorly trained. Drinks were slow and plates remained when you returned with another course. I finished the red meat dish before my bottle of red wine arrived. BTW you have to pay extra for filtered water, the tap water is not so good. No filtered water at breakfast, no cappuccino until 10am in the bar. Ice-cream, 6 flavours for 14 days, no imagination, vanilla, chocolate, orange, pistachio, strawberry and coconut. Bar staff in the observation deck were friendly and efficient, well above the dining room staff, drink prices not too bad. Shore excursions were somewhat of a joke. Early sea-ice forced the ship into a fjord they hadn't been in before. Park restrictions meant no more than 100 people could go ashore at any one time. We rotated through 8 groups. If you were last, the chances of seeing wildlife was zero. An unexplored fjord meant we sailed km's off the shore again seeing nothing. We saw more wildlife on the Inside Passage cruise. A passenger we met from a different cruise-line from Stitzbergen saw 22 polar bears, we saw 3 and virtually nothing else. All the birds had left for the winter. This cruise is the very end of the season and only runs to top up the company coffers before heading to the Antarctic. We also went on the Cirkle Boat tour at extra cost 270NOK ea. The free shore excursion saw more wildlife. While dinner was served the ship traced the same route as we had just paid extra for, RIPPED OFF. Did I mention that the captain had never been to Greenland and we spent a long time poking along in heavy sea ice without ice charts (it was the weekend). We lost so much time (more than 24 hours), shore excursions in Spitzbergen were cancelled. They also took on drums of diesel instead of petrol, causing chaos with the tenders and a further 6 hours delay stopping for the right fuel. The internet was so slow they refunded me the first 60NOK for one hour and gave me 2 hours for 60NOK the next time. I managed to sent two text only emails and gave up. The lectures were very average. The photographer was good and very helpful. The expedition team were enthusiastic but young and in the main inexperienced. Eric, the SAS guy was leaving after the cruise. His experiences in Greenland on patrol were interesting. Cabin was tight but clean and functional. Movie selection was basic but ok. Laundry expensive but on the last day you could get a whole bag done for 160NOK. We washed socks and undies and took line, pegs and some laundry liquid and had clean dry clothes in 36 hours, big saving. Others told us they had great experiences in the past with Hurtigruten but rate FRAM 2/10 for this cruise. We think 2 was generous. I was so glad I didn't try to convince any friends to cruise with us. I recorded the best part of the trip as "getting off". This is a very expensive cruise and could easily have been one to rave about. I wouldn't recommend it to any one. My wife and I felt cheated out of what should have been the trip of a lifetime. Every other cruise we have been on has been memorable for all the right reasons, this one for all the wrong ones. I firstly shared my concerns with the company and as they didn't even acknowledge my feedback, I though I'd share with other cruisers. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2015
My travel buddy and I flew to Spitsbergen from Oslo. Before our cruise we stayed overyight at the Radisson Blu Hotel. Nothing fancy, just a place to wait for the ship. The staff was helpful and friendly. I'll start with my only ... Read More
My travel buddy and I flew to Spitsbergen from Oslo. Before our cruise we stayed overyight at the Radisson Blu Hotel. Nothing fancy, just a place to wait for the ship. The staff was helpful and friendly. I'll start with my only real complaint about my Fram experience: the check in procedure. We all seemed to arrive by bus from our hotels at roughly the same time...then we proceeded to our assigned deck, where I stood in line for one hour to be checked in - really, to provide them with my credit card information. The check-in process needs to be streamlined and improved. Other than that, the crew, the ship, almost everything and everyone met or exceeded my expectations. If we didn't want to purchase a drink package we were able to have water with each meal, and the food was VERY good. Our cabin was small but acceptable for the week we were on board. One of our excursions - a hike - was really more of a forced march. The terrain was so rough I couldn't enjoy the scenery because of the necessity to look where every step was taking me. The pace was far too fast for the conditions. Before we began our cruise I hoped for just one decent polar bear sighting. Of course, with wildlife there are never any guarantees.From the ship we saw a total of seven polar bear! I was thrilled to come home with five VERY nice photos of them. We also spent an hour on land watching a large group of walrus. Gliding through the heavy ice was a thrilling experience. Because of ice conditions our route was changed and a couple of landings were not possible but we knew we were at the mercy of the weather and ice. In the end, because of the ice, we didn't just circle Spitsbergen - we went around Svalbard! Of course everyone should investigate any company and specific ship and itinerary before purchasing a cruise, but I will heartily recommend Hurtigruten and the Fram to experience Spitsbergen. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2015
We loved every bit of the Climate cruise on the Fram...we chose a balcony suite which was great lots of room and even on cold days we could sit outside with a drink and watch the ice slide past! We were blessed with really good weather ... Read More
We loved every bit of the Climate cruise on the Fram...we chose a balcony suite which was great lots of room and even on cold days we could sit outside with a drink and watch the ice slide past! We were blessed with really good weather so were able to see and do loads of expeditions including Jan Mayan volcano and kayaking past Glaciers... We also saw Polar bears,Reindeer ,Walrus,Seals,and Whales. The on board talks were on the whole pretty good. There is no real entertainment ..apart from one night of mini cabaret by the crew and an on deck BBQ but that was fine with us as we just wanted to soak up the peace,quiet and beauty of the area. We had the best of times and will remember this trip for a very long time Read Less
8 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2015
This is a fantastic way to experience the Antarctic, the Falklands and South Georgia. If you want to go on an expedition to see wildlife and nature this is for you; if you want dancing girls with feathers and dinners with tuxedos and black ... Read More
This is a fantastic way to experience the Antarctic, the Falklands and South Georgia. If you want to go on an expedition to see wildlife and nature this is for you; if you want dancing girls with feathers and dinners with tuxedos and black cocktail dresses then book another sort of trip. This is a professional operation with an excellent boat and expedition crew. Personally, I pay good money to avoid dancing girls with feather but YMMV. We saw penguins unnumbered, humpback whales bubble netting, whales surfacing next to the ship (!!!), seals hunting penguins returning to the rookery, Rock Hopper penguins kamikazimg off the cliffs to avoid seals, fantastic hospitality of the Falkland Island residents, Hour Glass dolphins viewed from the observation deck, Wilson's Storm Petrels and Falkland Island Steamer Ducks doing what they do naturally, visits to British 1950s Antarctic Stations and a fascinating impromptu talk by a Norwegian ex-whaler (and I am a card carrying anti-whaler!). The only problem is should we be travelling to this delicate and fragile eco-system? We would be back again (for the third time) but for wrestling with our conscience about whether we should be travelling here at all. Read Less
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Shore Excursion 4.0 0.0
Enrichment 4.0 0.0
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