If you take the ferry sailing which goes direct from Newcastle to Bergen, you make landfall in Norway at the Marstein light, where the wreck of the Siggen lies. She was a 2258brt, 87x12x6m steamship built in Sunderland in 1887. She was on her maiden voyage for new owners in January 1892 when she hit the rocks and sank, while attempting a shortcut in poor visibility.
The wreck has been partially salvaged. She lies close to the Delamore. The remains are largely flattened with the bows to the N in 40m and the stern in 27m. Various parts of the ship can be seen, including an anchor, the engine, a boiler, and the spare propeller.