Ingrid Horn

Sweden,Baltic Sea

Ingrid Horn was built by Neptun Werft in Rostock in Germany, and was launched in 1902 for the company Horn Dampschiff Rederei. After the outbreak of world war and one and the British trade and shipping blockade of Germany, she was put in service in the vital iron ore transport in the Baltic Sea between Sweden and Germany . She collided with the steamer Bergsvik 31.July 1917 outside Dalarö and sank soon after. The wreck was found by divers in the 1980's and rest today on a depth of 20 to meter southwest of Kungsbacka.

Former names:
Ingrid Horn

88,8 x 12,6 m
Tons: Built: Home Port:
2039 grt
Rostock ( D ) 1902
Lübeck ( D )
GPS (ED50): 57:16,950 11:35,670
( Source: Vragguiden )

Drawing: The wreck of Ingrid Horn
From video by Polish Divers

Last updated: October 2019