The Rimage was a 1830gt Estonian vessel built in 1914 and commandeered by the Germans during WW2. She measured 69x11x5 metres and had triple expansion engines. She was bombed and sunk by British aircraft in March 1945, in the same attack that sank the Iris.
The wreck lies upright and fairly intact with her stern in 40m and her bow in 60m. There has been some salvage, and many coins were recovered. Local divers report that there are a few left - but naturally they leave them for others to see. The Rimage is just outside the N entrance to Ålesund harbour, so permission and careful boat cover are required.