Zembra was a cargo steamer laid down by Weser Werk AG in Germany, and was launched in 1923 for the British company La Tunisienne Steamship Company Ltd in Swansea. She was sold in 1937 to Friedrich Krupp in Germany and renamed Oslebshausen. Under a journey to Germany loaded with iron ore, she was sunk by British airplanes outside Stavanger 2. September 1941. One source also state she ran into a mine and sank. The wreck rest today in open waters on a depth of 60 to 65 meter southwest of Orre.

Former names:
119,0 x 15,5 m
Tons: Built: Home Port:
4989 grt
Bremerhaven ( D ) 1923
Essen ( D )
Originally from skovheim.org

Last updated: April 2021