Okko Bosker was built in Tjamsveer in Appingedam in Holland, and was launched in 1950. She ended up in Norwegian hands in 1974 and was renamed Vegar. She hit ground in Fjeldbergsund 6.Juli 177 under a journey from Stavanger to Bergen loaded with corn. The crew continued towards Fjeldberg Sveis, where she later capsized and sank. The wreck rest today northeast of Borgund ferry pier in Dalavika.  She rest on her keel as a classic Donald Duck wreck.on a depth of approximately 15 to 30 meter

Former names:
Okko Bosker,Ranita 136,4 x 23,6 x 8,8 f
Tons: Built: Home Port:
330 grt  Tjamsweer ( NL ) 1950 Bergen ( N )

59° 43' 55" N, 5° 41' 58" E

Picture: Vegar
Courtesy of Norsk Kystfarts Forum