Irma

Trøndelag,Norway

The steamer Everonika was built by J.L. Thompson & Sons in Sunderland and was launched in 1906. She changed names and owners several times before she ended up with German owners in Hamburg, and the name Irma. Under a journey from Narvik to Germany in a convoy loaded with iron ore, she hit ground late in the evening under poor visibility at Lysefluene outside Rørvik 14. March 1944. She was soon abandoned and later she her hull broke in two. After second world war the cargo was salvaged by the Norwegian company Høvding, who also raised her bow. The battered wreck rest today on a depth of approx 20 to 45 meter northwest of Djupfest pier in Bjugn.


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Irma
Everonika,Tottenham,Apsley,
Don Cesar
350,0 x 50,3 x 23,0 f
     
Tons: Built: Home Port:
3757 grt Sunderland ( UK ) 1906 Hamburg ( D )

N 63°47,553`, E 009°33,287

Last updated: August 2016