Noula Express


Danaland was a coastal steamer built by Van Duijvendijk in Holland, and was launched in 1931. She changed both names and owners several times, and was later in her career rebuilt to a diesel freighter. In the late 1980's the aged boat was damaged and abandoned in Miami River. She was taken over by the local authorities and scuttled as an artificial reef 31. December 1988. The hurricane Andrew broke the wreck in three parts in 1992, and the battered wreck rests today on a depth of 24 meter northeast of Deerfield Beach.

Former names:
Noula Express
Dana Land, Tean, Kornmod, Kormoran, Cantadora, La Verdad
36,6 x 9,7 x 2,0 m
Tons: Built: Home Port:
174 grt
Lekkerkerk ( NL ) 1931
Panama City ( PA )

26°19'17.4"N 80°03'27.5"W

Last updated: March 2021