Karmøy I


The steamer Gladian was built by Skebäcks Varv in Örebro in Sweden, and was launched in 1918. She was sold several times during her career, and in 1926 she was sold to Norwegian owners and renamed to Karmøy I. Under a journey from Fredrikstad to Oslo loaded with stone she collided in heavy fog with another ship and quickly disappeared in the deep 1.February 1939. The wreck rest today on a depth of approximately 130 meter east of Tofteholmen, according to information from Forum Skagerak.

Former names:
Karmøy I
Gladian, Tulla, Vanse 98,8 x 22,0 x 11,6 f
Tons: Built: Home Port:
196 grt
Örebro ( S ) 1918 Skudeneshavn ( N )
N 59 31 E 10 35