Møre & Romsdal,Norway

The steamer Bjønn went down in the deep 9. December 1941 in Hustadvika under a voyage from Trondheim to Danzig loaded with iron ore. She was attacked by British airplanes outside Askvågen and was put on fire. The crew abandoned ship, and she drifted ashore out of control at Kobberaua in Hustadvika. After second world war the wreck was blown up and scrapped in situl. The remains of her rest today spread out over a large area northwest of Kobberaua on a depth of approx 10 to 15 meter.

Former names:
398,9 x 55,9 x 29,3 f
Tons: Built: Home Port:
5509 grt Danzig ( D ) 1921 Porsgrunn ( N )

 GPS: N 62.922778 E 6.675840

Picture: Bjønn
Courtesy of Minnehallen