We have visited the «house wreck» in Stavanger; MS Nesodtangen. The wreck rests at a depth of 45 meters.
Belgica was a ship used for expeditions in Antarctica and in the Arctic in the periode 1896 until 1909. She ended her days as an ammunition barge for the… Read More »
On the 15th of October 1944, hell broke loose outside Brekkestø on the south coast of Norway. 38 British air planes dived down from the sky and released… Read More »
A lot of wrecks, a healthy kelp forest, steep walls, colorful soft corals, exiting marine life and potentially breathtaking visibility. Add a friendly staff, excellent accommodations and a… Read More »
D/S Ramø was called the lucky ship. She sailed in convoys during WW2 and survived countless attacks from German submarines and airplanes. Almost a year after the war,… Read More »
After the first two days of the second World War in Norway, the harbor of Narvik were turned into a ship graveyard. But it wasn’t over yet. The war… Read More »
It is the 28. September 2014. It is Sunday and the first autumn storm is coming. The old fishingboat MK Nordsjø lies in her mooring as usual. The… Read More »