Anna II


Knud Sif was a general cargo ship built by Hijlkema & Zonen Bodewes Scheepwrk NV in Martenshoek in Holland, and was launched in 1966 for the Danish company Knud Sif I/S in Copenhagen. She changed both name and owners several times before she sailed for the Greek company Margotrans as Anna II in May 1992. Under a journey from Eleusis to Samos loaded with cement she developed a leak southeast of Mykonos island and sank 20. July 1995. The wreck rest today on a depth of 18 to 35 meter  about half a nautical mile from shore near Lia Beach.

Former names:
Anna II
Knud Sif, Rosa, Pola
55,8 x 10,1 x 6,7 m
Tons: Built: Home Port:
499 grt
Martenshoek ( NL ) 1966
Piraeus ( GR )

Last updated: March 2021