Dagmar Clausen

Finland,Baltic Sea

Brunla was a coastal steamer laid down as yard number 286 at Akers Mekaniske Verksted in Norway, and was launched in October 1909 for the company Nordsjøen AS. She changed owners a couple of times before she sailed as Dagmar Clausen for Carl Clausen in Denmark. Under a journey from Gdynia to Mäntyluoto loaded she hit ground ans sank at Resningarna south of Mariehamn 9. December 1942. Salvage was done on the wreck after the accident, and the shallow depth and time has broken down the wreck. The battered remains rest today on a depth of 10 to 20 meter.

Former names:
Dagmar Clausen
198,9 x 29,2 x 12,3 f
Tons: Built: Home Port:
750 grt
Kristiania ( N ) 1909
Odense ( DK )

Last updated: March 2021