Møre & Romsdal,Norway

The steamer Sif was built by Ropner & Son in England and was launched in March 1902 for Alfred Olsen in Norway. She almost became a victim under first world war when she struck a mine outside England in April 1918, but she was re-floated and repaired. The year after she hit ground inbound to Bergen loaded with corn at Svaleboen 2.September 1919. Her hull was punctured in the accident and she later sank at Oksen. Today the battered wreck debris rest on a depth of 25 to 40 meter on the southwest side of Ytre Sula

Former names:

325,0 x 47,1 x 22,5 f
Tons: Built: Home Port:
3282 grt
Stockton ( UK ) 1902
( N )

N 60 59´ E 04 40´

Picture: Sif
Courtesy of Skipet

Last updated: March 2016