The society has once again filled a empty position. From now on Mrs Ritva Pulli will make certain that we don't just sit at our computers feeling sorry for our GTS Finnjet.
As our German-speaking audience has noted, a lot of translations are missing. "We find it rather upsetting when there are no chocolates on the pillow. Therefore we shall substitute this with a bag of gummibears."
The publisher of the German maritime news service Seefahrt-Aktuell, Mr Marcel Brech,...
General Assembly on the 30th of May in 2009
While rainy clouds gathered in Travemünde, the sky was dim over München and the sun was up high and proud over southern Finland, the members of FHS held their first ever general assembly. This took place online in order to give all of the...
We have them!
Today on the 29th of April, our founding member, Mr Haapanen has brought the society a great big hello from Silja Line. It comes from their Finnjet archive.
20 binders, 2 full boxes of papers and five video tapes are now waiting for our scanners and film editing machines. We'll sho...
On January the 10th, the founders met at Katajanokka, Helsinki, Finland. The first meeting took place after two months of preliminary discussions and planning. It was a small meeting, but it had the approval of Finnlines Oyj themselves. They own the name "Finnjet". It is not only the name of the ship, but is also a trademark and hence carries a certain value.