Møre & Romsdal,Norway

The Lithuanian trawler Krasnoselsk sank 25. December 2011 while she laid at anchor at the pier in Hundeidvik between Storfjorden and Hjørundfjord. She sank on a depth of 5 to 20 meter right outside the pier. In December 2014 the oil was removed from the wreck, and in the autumn 2017 it was decided to move the wreck approx 50 meter further out from the pier to deeper waters to clear the pier for other ships. According to the local newspapers this operation was successful, and the wreck now rest on a depth of 25 to 30 meter outside the same pier.

Former names:

59,0 x 13,0 x 4,9 m
Tons: Built: Home Port:
1388 grt Klaipeda ( LT ) 1977 * ( LT )

62° 22' 27" N, 6° 25' 15" E
Picture: Krasnoselsk
Courtesy of Kystverket