B. meet it's desterny at Oksøy on the 22th. of August,
1958. Bad weather turned the ship out of control when it was laying
by anchor in the night. The crew was rescued but the ship got
on ground and went down on the following morning, dispite of several
attempts to save the ship. Today the wreck is found east of Oksøy
Lighthouse at 20meter of depth. The rear part of the wreck is
laying upside down, missing rudder and propeller. The other parts
are rather crushed but many details are still intact.
an invited photographer, I would like to say thank you very much
for letting me join the team of Ouroboros
instructors and students and also a big thank you to Kevin Gurr
for some VERY interesting days.
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