Sevilla was built by Wood, Skinner & Company in Sunderland and was launched in 1921. On a journey from Bergen to Lisboa loaded with fish and nickel she collided with M/S Clio outside Bloksene early in the morning 29.March 1947. Sevilla sank after ten minutes and ten men of her crew lost their lives in the accident. The wreck rest today approximately 100 meter at the north side of Store Bloksen at Ryvarden, north of Haugesund.

Former names:

 260,5 x 37,7 x 14,8 f
Tons: Built: Home Port:
1383 grt   Newcastle ( UK ) 1921
Oslo ( N )

Picture: Sevilla
Arne Gundersen