Sheaf Don


Sheaf Don was built by Blyth Shipbuilders & Dry Dock Company in Liverpool and was launched in 1917.
On her last journey she sailed for the British company Sheaf Steam Shipping Company in Newcastle. On a voyage from Tyne in England to Skien loaded with coal she hit ground at Finnebåen 23.February 1926. Her hull broke in two and she sank on a depth of 20 to 25 meter. The battered remains of her rest today approx 100 meter northwest of the southern pole at Finnebåen, southwest of Nevlunghavn.

Former names:
Sheaf Don

Tons: Built: Home Port:
2172 grt
Liverpool ( UK ) 1917 Newcastle ( UK )

58° 57' 43" N, 9° 49' 18" E

Last updated: December 2018