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Let me introduce you to our community, if we've not met before. Connected to the Blake Sea, Second Norway is part of the Blake Sea Sailing Community founded by Linden Lab in cooperation with the United Sailing Sims, back in 2009. Second Norway is one of the few non tropical areas in Second Life. Our theme is, you guessed it, Nordic! We are open water for sailing and other water sports, with open skies from 50 to 1000 meters as we also host an airport. Our airport manager runs the train system and there are many roads and bridges connecting different lands and islands, just as in the REAL Norway The geography is ours, of course. Hey, it's Second Life. But wait, there's more! Not only do we have open water, roads and skies with islands and roadside parcels... we also host FIVE Marinas. Set your map to show land for sale and peek at these regions for the little yellow squares that are marina berths (with privacy!): Vest, Landing, Gude, Miklagard and Gilde. Many residents on smaller budgets have great fun with a houseboat, boat house or live aboard yacht (that is realistic to the space, c'mon, let's be real). Our lands are meant to be move in ready and are pre-decorated. You may keep things as they are, return some or all and use your own items. We welcome your own creative vision if you so choose! As long as it is in theme and in our fairly simple rules, it's usually great. Please read the covenant for details on that, or talk to the Manager on Duty. Please feel free to come explore, our staff will be happy to show you our rez areas if you'd like to explore the area by car or boat. The airport is run separately, check in with them about flying into the airport. For more info on how we came to be in our present formation, check out what the press says about us. Find our In World Shop at Second Norway region We also have our Head Office with all 3 of our Estates listed. Our staff are waiting to welcome you! ps, Thank you for making it all the way to the end, as an added bonus for those who did... There may or may not be TROLLS in Norway