Sanko was a built as a bulk carrier by Kanda Sosensho in Japan, and was launched in 1985. She changed owners a couple of times before she ended up in Greek ownership and was renamed to Server. Under a journey from Årdalstangen to Murmansk she hit ground at Hellisøy 12.January 2007 and broke in two parts due to the rough seas. The bow section was salvaged the year after and towed to safe waters at Ågotnes. The stern section, including the bridge and accommodation, sank in shallow waters and was left alone. The wreck rest today on a depth of 25 meter at Hellisøy lighthouse outside Fedje. Update! The stern section and her remains was scrapped on site and salvaged in 2019.

Former names:
Sanko, Condesa
179,5 x 27,6 m
Tons: Built: Home Port:
19864 grt
Kure ( JP ) 1985
Piraeus ( GR )

60° 45' 4" N, 4° 42' 26" E
( Source: Ægir )

Last updated: November 2019