Sirona was built in Stockton in England and was launched in 1893 for the British company Cragside Steamship Company in London. She was sold to Norway six years later and was renamed Hørda. Under a journey from Taganrog in Russia to Bergen loaded with grain, she ran aground at Lausingen 10.November 1912. They but managed to get loose from the reef and beached her soon after at Seiskjær. Salvaging was done on the wreck later, but the remains of her rest today on a depth of approx 28 meter at Store Seiskjær, southeast of Utsira lighthouse.

Former names:
Sirona 307,2 x 41,1 x 21,0 f
Tons: Built: Home Port:
1826 grt Stockton on Tees ( UK ) 1893 Bergen ( N )

Picture: Hørda
H. Larsson Feddes collection