The steamer Ide was built in Dösebacka in Sweden. and was launched in 1900. She was sold to a new owner in Kristiania in Norway in 1909. She survived two world wars and sailed in the Home fleet during second world war. In 1949 she was rebuilt to a motor vessel and under a journey from Oslo to Mandal loaded with general goods she ran aground and sank at Grønholmen light 8.September 1956. The wreck rest today on a depth of 55 to 60 meter at Kattholmen.

Former names:
104,6 x 22,2 x 10,6 f
Tons: Built: Home Port:
187 grt
Dösebacka ( S ) 1900 Oslo ( N )

Picture: Trio
Courtesy of Sjøhistorie

Last updated: January 2021