Keizersgracht was a coastal freighter laid down by Van Diepen in Groningen, and was launched in 1960 for the Dutch company Spliethoff's Bevrachtingskantoor N.V in Amsterdam. She was sold to Armando Scotto Lavino in Naples in 1971 and renamed Elviscot. Under a journey from Taranto to Marseilles in ballast she developed a leak and had to set course for land. She soon after hit ground outside Pomante 10. January 1972. The wreck rest today on a depth of 5 to 14 meter southwest of the island Elba at Ogliera Rock barely two hundred meters from shore.

Former names:
Keizersgracht 68,6 x 10,4 x 4,0 m
Tons: Built: Home Port:
500 grt
Groningen ( NL ) 1960
Napoli ( IT )
42°44'57.8"N 10°06'54.4"E

Last updated: December 2020