In an interview with NRK on Saturday afternoon, Navy Chief Nils-Andreas Stensønes may say that they finally boarded the KNM Helge Ingstad victims.
"We have just had four people on board who have secured the bulls. They have also been involved in retrieving data from the shipping system and shipping technology system that we will hand over to the Havoc Government Commission to help them determine what happened.
They were on the bridge, where a third is under water. They did not fall on the ship, according to Stensønes.
The four people were from the Navy and landed again around 6:00 p.m. and were aboard for a few minutes and should have filmed. The recordings can not be released yet.
"It is not certain if anyone is going to board on Sunday. Most of the work is done from the outside.
Afraid to damage the ship
They are now planning a recovery campaign backed by Norske Veritas along with the storage company that will make the actual operation. There is always material to be used for ransom.
"We are uncertain when we can transport the ship back.We must know that we do no more damage to the vessel, so it is well planned, Stensønes says.
He is not sure he will be able to complete the rescue operation.
"In such a situation, nothing is safe, but I am optimistic and I believe we will succeed.
Six out of ten vendors are connected
It is working day and night to protect the KNM frigate "Helge Ingstad" after the collision with the night of the tanker Sola TS until Thursday.
Saturday is six out of ten, and the seventh must be on the way.
"When you have six parts, consider the vessel relatively safe," says Navy communications chief Torill Herland on Saturday morning.
Herland states that a total of ten vassals must be attached. The next phase will be to tighten them.
"There is some uncertainty about what will happen when the wire is tightened. It should work slowly but surely to avoid causing further damage – or lowering the vessel.
Herland says the Armed Forces have very little knowledge of what is inside the frigate. They do not know how much water is on board and where the water is.
"Only when we can put people on board will we know more about how the vessel can be stored."
"We do not know what to look for when we're under tires
After the vessel is tightened, the plan is to send the divers into the water and the people aboard the frigate to inspect and assess the level of injury closely.
During the day, the Armed Forces will assess whether personnel can board KNM Helge Ingstad to investigate the damage.
– This will be the basis for the next phase, which will be the rescue of the frigate.
Possibilities for sealing the hole in the hull and lifting the frigate on a barge are considered. If this is possible, a possible plan is to transport the frigate with a barge for the conservation of the hook.
Herland, however, says that the amount of damage will have much to say about how the frigate can be stored.
"We need more alternative opportunities because we do not know what's going on when we're under tires."
The defense took responsibility for the site of the police accident on Friday. Now the ship Olav Tryggvasson coordinates, which is a command platform, the operation.
There is also a reserve for acute pollution, and the Armed Forces have a Coast Guard with a deputy leader who is ready with countermeasures that can be implemented.
TS already surfed
While work in Øygarden is still ongoing, the Sola TS tanker has sailed even more.
Two days after the collision of the frieze, the shipping company Tsakos Colombia confirmed to Shipmanagement S.A to NRK that the ship sailed against Great Britain on Saturday morning.