Inger Tre

Vestland,Norway

The Norwegian steamer Inger Tre was built in Baltimore in USA and was launched in 1920. She went down after she hit ground under snow and bad visibility 12. January 1936 in the Stavfjord on a journey north towards Narvik. She was firmly stuck on the reef and the crew had to abandon ship. A while later she slid of the reef and disappeared in the deep. The battered remains of her rest today on a depth of 15 to 30 meter at Trefotskjæret southeast of Askrova.


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Inger Tre

318,8 x 46,2 x 22,0 f
     
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3088 grt Baltimore ( US ) 1920 Bergen ( N )

61° 29' 3" N, 4° 59' 54" E

Picture: Inger Tre
Originally from skovheim.org
Nils Vik, private collection