The small coastal steamer Einar was built at Trondhjems Mekaniske Værksted, and was delivered in November 1880 to the Norwegian company Piene & Son. She did service as a local ferry in Trondheim, before she was leased by the company Innherrads. Under a journey from Buvika to Trondhjem she sank 28. May 1925. Part of her inventory and engine was salvaged by the salvage company Norsk Bjergningskompagnie later, and the broken remains of her rest today on a depth of 12 to 20 meter on the south side of Flakkgalten reef.

Former names:
Piene-Einar 76,9 x 15,7 f
Tons: Built: Home Port:
76 grt Trondheim ( N ) 1880 Trondheim ( N )
63° 26' 54" N, 10° 10' 28" E

Picture : Einar at Piene Mølle
Originally from skovheim.org

Last updated: March 2021