This wreck, a former Norwegian minelayer built in the 1880s, lies in the busy Florø
harbour and permission is required to dive it. She is about 200 feet long, and
was used for salvage operations during WW2. She sank following an accident with
the seacocks, which the Germans erroneously believed to be sabotage. As if the
Norwegians would do such a thing ;-). There are big winches, a steel mooring buoy, and large coils of
rope on the deck. Locals report that diving helmets and boots have
been recovered from it. Visibility is typically 5-10m. The wreck lies in 30-40m
at the foot of a steep bank. The locals dive it from the shore.