In an interview with the NRC on Saturday afternoon, Navy chief Nils-Andreas Stensønes, may say that they finally arrived at the KNM Helge Ingstad office.
"We only had four people who provided bulls, and they were also available to download data from the navigation system and the transport technology system that we will submit to the Government Commission for Havoc to help them determine the event.
They were on the bridge, where one third is under water. According to Stensønes, they did not fall into the ship.
Four were from the Navy and returned to the land around 18.00. They were on board a few minutes and they were supposed to shoot. Still pictures can not be released.
"It's not certain if anyone goes on Sunday. Most jobs are done outside.
Today there is a mini-boat, which passed through the connecting points on the vessel on the stern.
I am afraid of damaging the vessel
They are now planning a recovery campaign supported by Norske Veritas, together with a storage company that will perform the actual operation. There is always a material used for rescue.
"We are not sure when we can return the vessel back. We need to know that we do not cause more damage on the vessel, so it's being planned in detail," says Stensønes.
He's not sure they'll be able to complete the rescue operation.
"In such a situation nothing is safe, but I am an optimist and I believe we will get it.
Six out of ten vajers are attached
It is working day and night to provide the KNM "Helge Ingstad" freighter after a collision with the Sola TS tanker by Thursday night.
Saturday is six out of ten pins, and the seventh must be on the way.
"When you have six parties, you consider the vessel to be relatively safe," says Torill Herland's communications chief, on Saturday morning.
The next phase will be tighten the wire.
"There is some uncertainty about what will happen when the wire is tightened. They have to work slowly but surely so as not to cause any damage – or lower the vessel.
Herland says the armed forces lack knowledge about what lies within the frigate. They do not know how much water is on the boat and where the water is.
– Only when we can put people on the boat, will we learn more about how the vessel can be saved.
– We do not know what is happening to us
The armed forces will also send divers into the water and people on board to review and assess the level of imprisonment in the vicinity.
"This will be the basis for the next phase, which will be the rescue of the frigate," says Herland.
The possibilities for sealing holes in the hull and raising the frigate on the barge are considered. If possible, a possible plan is to carry frigates with a boat to the Hooka Conservation.
Herland claims, however, that the amount of damage will have much to say about how the frigate can be stored.
"We need more alternative options, because we do not know what happens when we are in the tires."
The defense took responsibility for the scene of the police crash on Friday. Now, the ship Olav Triggvason coordinates, which is the command platform, the operation.
There is also provision for acute pollution, and the Armed Forces have a coast guard with a deputy leader who is ready with countermeasures that can be applied.
Sola TS is a vessel
While the works in Øigarden are still in progress, the Sola TS tanker sailed further.
Two days after the crash, the shipping company Tsakos Colombia confirmed Shipmanagement S.A NRK that the ship sailed in Britain on Saturday morning.