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… England Navn … Fyrrv.navn: England 1941: I mars kommer trawleren "Vesturvarði" (298 brt.) til Tórshavn med 22 bjærgede græske søfolk, og en uge senere bringer et engelsk skib 20 bjærgede søfolk i land.

… England Skipanavn … Heimstaður: England Skipaslag: Destroyer 1941: 2.mars forliser sluppen "Reseaarch" (87 brt.) af Sandavágur i storm på vej fra Island til Skotland. Mandskabet reddes i sidste øjeblik at en britisk destroyer.

The Adventure, England ** - * - Skipaslag: Skonnart - * -

Ben Mc Cree, England

Boyne, England - seinni: Nýpuberg, Miðvágur - 1918-1957

Bramble, England - M 11 - * - Algerine Class (minustrúkari) Smíðistaður: Lobnitz & Co, Renfrew, UK - Smíðiár: 1945 - b/u 1961 - * - Bretsk verjuskip, vóru við jøvnum millumbilum undir Føroyum og hjáptu og ansaðu eftir bretsku trolarnum í 50-unum og 60-unum. - * - Bramble var við kaj í Havn 29.november 1956 - * -

Caronia, Southampton - IMO 7214715 1998

Clio, England - -1808- - * - Skipaslag: Orlogsbrigg - * - 1808: Den engelske orlogsbrig "Clio" under kommando af Thomas Baugh ankommer 30.mars til færøsk farvand og krydser mellem øerne for at opsnappe danske skibe på vej hjem fra Dansk Vestindien. - 15.april ankrer "Clio" pludselig op ved Tórshavn, men stønt Nólsoyar-Páll gentagne gange har advaret Skansin og kommandant Emilius Løbner og "Clio"s sandsynlige ankomst, er Skansin aldeles uforberedt, og uden at løse et skud overgiver skansen sig, da Thomas Baugh i spidsen for en landgangsstyrke på 50 mand nærmer sig. - Alle Skansins 21 kanoner samt alle håndvåben udleveres til englænderne. Nólsoyar-Páll digter er ætsende satirisk kvad, "Gorplandskvæðið", og begivenheden. - * -

Courage, England - seinni: Atlantsfarið, Miðvágur - VA 218 - XPVU

Dephford, England Skipanavn: Dephford Heimstaður: England

Drummer Boy, Grimsby - GY447

HMS Duncan (D99): all facts at a glance HMS Duncan was a D-class destroyer of the Royal Navy. She was launched in 1931 and served during the Second World War before being sold for scrap in 1945. Ordered in the 1930 Build Programme, she was laid down on 3 September 1931 at Portsmouth Dockyard, launched on 7 July 1932 and commissioned on 5 April 1933. Built as a Destroyer Leader, she displaced 25 tons more than the rest of her class and .. Destroyer: HMS Duncan was a D-class destroyer of the Royal Navy. Flotilla leader: Built as a Destroyer Leader, she displaced 25 tons more than the rest of her class and carried an extra 30 personnel. Captain (D): These personnel formed the staff of the Captain (D) of the flotilla. Far East: After refitting, the flotilla sailed for the Far East, arriving at Hong Kong in January 1935. British Malaya: The next few years were spent "flying the flag" around the Far East, and visiting Japan, the Philippines, the Dutch East Indies, Singapore, Thailand and Malaya. - * -

Duncan, England - F 80 - 1953-1984 ** - * - Name: HMS Duncan - Namesake: Adam Duncan - Blackwood Class (fregatt) Smíðistaður: John I. Thornyscroft & Co, UK 1955 - b/u 1985 - Builder: JI Thornycroft and Co Ltd - Laid down: 17 December 1953 - Launched: 30 May 1957 - Acquired: October 1958 - Commissioned: 21 October 1958 - Decommissioned: 1984 - * - Motto: Secundis dubusque rectus ("Upright in prosperity and peril") - Fate: Broken up February 1985 - H.M.S. "Duncan" was on patrol off the Faroes from 11th March until 7th April, when she was relieved by H.M.S. "Malcolm". - The duties of these ships have remained as stated in my reply to the hon. and learned Member on 16th March last. - There have been no reports of incidents involving either H.M. ships or British trawlers. - * - Bretsk verjuskip, vóru við jøvnum millumbilum undir Føroyum oghjáptu og ansaðu eftir bretsku trolarnum í 50 og 60'unum. Duncan var við kaj í Havn. 16.juni 1962 - * -

Empress of Russia, England - -1944- - * - Skipaslag: Troppaskip - * - 18.mars 1944 kan en stor del af de britiske besættelstropper forlade Færøerne ombord på troppetransportskibet "Empress of Russia" for at blive en del af den invasionsstyrke, der 6.juni sættes ind i Normandiet. - * -

Eriso, Milford Haven - MKHH 2 Navn: Eriso, Milford Haven - 2005 Fyrrv.navn: Mýlingur, Tórshavn - TN 204 - OW 2048 - 1973 Reipas, Noreg Heimstaður: Milford Haven Skipaslag: ísfiskatrolari - Hekkutogari IMO No.: 7235721 Klassi: Det Norske Veritas, *1A1, ICE-C Smíðistaður: Umoe Sterkodder Verft A/S Sterkodder Mek. Verksted A/S, Kristiansund, Noreg Byggnr.: 00027 Smíðiár: 1972 Tilfar: stál Seldur til England 11.05.2004 til Milford Trawlers Ltd. Milford Haven, Bretland Longd LOA: 46,69 m Longd LPP: 40,11 m - 141,90 feet Breidd: 9,00 m - 29,55 feet Dýpd: 6,43 m - 16,75 feet Brt: 299,97 Nrt: 102,21 BT: 459,00 - IMO 69 NT: 139,00 - IMO 69 Eigari: Milford Trawlers Ltd., Milford Haven, Bretland Ravmagn: 3 x 380 / 220 V Ac - * - Høvuðs maskina, Wichmann Útgerð: Høvuðs maskina Framleiðari: Wichmann Typa: 8 ACAT Sylindarar: 8 Slag: 2 takt Framleiðsluár: 1973 Maskinorka: 883 kW - 1200 HK *

Esther, England - -1722- - * - 1722: Et engelsk skib, "Esther" lastet med 1700 tønder tjære fra Arkangelsk i Rusland, strander ved Hov efter at have drevet hjælpeløst rundt i 3 måmeder efter havari i en storm. 22.november driver skibet ind ved Hov og kaster anker, men i stormen går det alligevel på grund og synker den følgende dag. - Besætningen bjærger sig i land og indlogeres forskellige steder på Suðuroy, inden der 7 måneder senere kan koldes søforhør. - * -

Esther, Grimsby Navn: Esther, Grimsby Seinni navn: Esther, Klaksvík - KG 391 - XPRH - J 349 - 1924 Esther - Ísland - 1902 G I C With, Great Yarmouth - 1896 C I C With, Grimsby - 1888 Skipaslag: 2 m. slupp Kennitekin: OXNY - XPRH Klassi: Det Norske Veritas Smíðistaður: Thos. & G. Collinsson, Grimsby Smíðiár: 1888 Tilfar: eik Longd: 22,95 m - 75,30 feet Breidd: 6,30 m - 20,70 feet Dýpd: 3,83 m - 11,90 feet BRT: 106,92 - pre69 NRT: 43,32 - pre69 Bt: 370,00 Eigari 1971: P/f Joensen & Olsen, Klaksvík - U. F. Olsen Eigari 1970: P/f Joensen & Olsen, Klaksvík - U. F. Olsen & J. P. Vágsheyg Eigari 1958: P/f Joensen & Olsen, Klaksvík - H. E. Olsen & J. P. Vágsheyg Eigari 1954: P/f Joensen & Olsen, Klaksvík - H. E. Olsen & J. Olsen - Eigari 1951: P/r H. E. Olsen, Klaksvík Eigari 1948: H. E. Olsen, Klaksvík Eigari 1928: N. Jensen, Klaksvík Eigari 1924: A. M. P. Petersen, Oyndarfjørður Eigari 1902: ??, Ísland Eigari 1896: ??, Great Yarmouth, England Eigari 1888: Grimsby Ice Co Ltd, Grimsby Ravmagn: 110 V Dc - * - Útgerð: Høvuðs maskina Framleiðari: Grenaa Diesel Framleiðsluár: 1973 Maskinorka: 220 HK - 1973 Maskinorka: 129 kW - 175 HK - 1952 Maskinorka: 150 HK - 1951 Maskinorka: 46 HK - 1932 Maskinorka: 40 HK - 1931 Maskinorka: 92 HK - 1927 - * - Seld til Englands - * - Skiparar: N. Jensen 1928 A. M. P. Petersen 1924 Esther: Seld á uppboði 4. mai 1888. Henda Grimsby-seglsluppun fekk navnið G. I. C. With, 15. juni 1888, og fiskaði fyri Grimsby Ice Co Ltd., til apríl 1896. Manningin var 2 menn og 3 dreingir. Í apríl 1896 varð hon seld til Great Yarmouth. Í 1902 varð hon seld til Íslands og fekk navnið Esther. Tjúgu ár seinni varð hon seld til Føroya, har hon var tey næstu 70 árini. Seld aftur til Grimsby í 1992, har hon varð ein partur av søguliga fiskiflotanum hjá National Fishing Heritage Centre.

Exmouth, England - F 84 - * - Blackwood Class (fregatt) Smíðistaður: J.S. White & Co, Cowes, UK 1955 - b/u 1979 - * - Bretsk verjuskip, vóru við jøvnum millumbilum undir Føroyum og hjáptu og ansaðu eftir bretsku trolarnum í 50 og 60'unum.  Exmouth var við kaj í Havn 1.august 1964 - * -

Faraday, England

Favorite, London, England - -1862- - * - Skipaslag: Slupp - BRT: 41 - * - 1862: Den engelske slup "Favorite" (41 brt.) af London har i oktober fisket i 7 uger ved Færøerne, da den i en storm søger læ ved Depil, men den driver i land nord for bygden og bliver vrag. - En anden engelsk slup tager mandskabet omborg. - Vraget sælges på auktion. - * -

Forward, England - -1811- - * - Skipaslag: Armeret brig - * - 1811: En egelsk armeret brig "Forward", undersøger forsyningssituationen på Færøerne med det resultat, at englænderne tillader to danske skibe årligt at komme med forsyninger. - * -

Furios, England - * - Skipaslag: Hangarskip - Smíðistaður: Armstrong Withworth, Elswick, UK - Smíðaður sum 1 av 3 Courageus-Class krússarum. - Smíðiár: 1916 - Lagdur: 1918 (eftir 1. heimsbardaga) - * - Umbygdur: 1921-25 til hangarskip - Seldur: 1949 til upphøggingar - * - Um kanónirnar: 3. august 1940 kom TJALDUR á Havnina við 4 stk. 4,5 tumma kanónum, 2 til skansan í Havn, og 2 til Nes á Skálafjørðinum. - Longu 11. august varð royndarskotið, og rakk heilt suður á Borðuna! - Kanónirnar vóru av hangarskipinum FURIOS. - Bretar høvdu lagt hald á TJALDUR. - * - Tá bretar fara úr Føroyum í 1945, verða tær tvær kanónirnar av FURIOS verand á skansanum í Havn. - * -

Fury, England - -1808- - * - Skipaslag: Fregatt - * - Straks efter Hompeschs ny plyndringsfærd i Tórshavn sejler Nólsoyar Páll 29.juli 1808 afsted med kurs mod Danmark, forsynet med et brev fra Thomas Baugh om fri passage, men i Skagerak opbringes "Royndin Fríða" alligevel af den engelske fregat "Fury" -"Royndin Fríða" tvinges til at sejle mod Gøteborg, hvor den løber mod et skær og bliver vrag. - * -

Glen Rose II, Hull - MMFE 8 - 3199 - H 2 Navn: Glen Rose II Fyrrv.navn: Glenrose I Kirkella Heimstaður: Hull Flag: United kingdom Skipaslag: Trolari Radiofrámerki: MMFE 8 IMO no.: 8821010 Klassi: Lloyds Register Official Number: 3199 Smíðistaður: Cochrane & Sons, Selby, UK Smíðiár: 1990 Tilfar: stál Longd LOA: 38,50 m Longd LPP: 33,50 m Breidd: 9,70 m Dýpd: 4,25 m BT: 554 NT: 166 DWT: 332 - * - Høvuðs maskina, Ruston Útgerð: Høvuðs maskina Framleiðari: Ruston Typa: 6RK 270 Maskinorka: 1268 kW

Hermia, Grimsby Skipanavn: Hermia Heimstaður: Grimsby Skipaslag: Trolari 1901: Misti skrúvuna, kom inn á Tvørafjørð, og varð seinni sleipaður til Englands.

HMS Hood, England Class & type: Admiral-class battlecruiser Displacement: 46,680 long tons (47,430 t) deep load Length: 860 ft 7 in (262.3 m) Beam: 104 ft 2 in (31.8 m) Draught: 32 ft 0 in (9.8 m) Installed power: 144,000 shp (107,000 kW) Propulsion: 4 shafts Brown-Curtis geared steam turbines 24 Yarrow boilers Speed: 1920: 31 knots (57 km/h; 36 mph) 1941: 28 knots (52 km/h; 32 mph) Range: 1931: 5,332 nautical miles (9,870 km; 6,140 mi) at 20 knots (37 km/h; 23 mph) Complement: 1919: 1,433 1934: 1,325 Sensors and processing systems: Type 279 air-warning radar Type 284 gunnery radar Armament: As built: 4 × 2 – BL 15-inch Mk I guns 12 × 1 – BL 5.5-inch Mk I guns 4 × 1 – QF 4-inch Mark V anti-aircraft guns 6 × 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes 1941, as sunk: 4 × 2 – 15-inch (381 mm) guns 7 × 2 – QF 4-inch Mk XVI AA guns 3 × 8 – QF 2-pdr "pom pom" AA guns 5 × 4 – 0.5-inch Vickers machine guns 5 × 20-barrel "Unrotated Projectile" mounts 2 × 2 – 21-inch above water torpedo tubes Armour: Belt: 12–6 in (305–152 mm) Deck: 0.75–3 in (19–76 mm) Barbettes: 12–5 in (305–127 mm) Turrets: 15–11 in (381–279 mm) Conning tower: 11–9 in (279–229 mm) Bulkheads: 4–5 in (102–127 mm) Aircraft carried: 1 fitted 1931–32 1 catapult HMS Hood (pennant number 51) was the last battlecruiser built for the Royal Navy. Commissioned in 1920, she was named after the 18th-century Admiral Samuel Hood. One of four Admiral-class battlecruisers ordered in mid-1916, Hood had serious design limitations, though her design was drastically revised after the Battle of Jutland and improved while she was under construction. For this reason she was the only ship of her class to be completed. As one of the largest and, ostensibly, the most powerful warships in the world, Hood was the pride of the Royal Navy and, carrying immense prestige, was known as ‘The Mighty Hood’. Hood was involved in several showing the flag exercises between her commissioning in 1920 and the outbreak of war in 1939, including training exercises in the Mediterranean Sea and a circumnavigation of the globe with the Special Service Squadron in 1923 and 1924. She was attached to the Mediterranean Fleet following the outbreak of the

Hunter, England - ms Hunter GA

King George V, England ** - * - Skipaslag: Slagskip - * -

Ladylove, London Navn: Ladylove, London 1934 Star of Moray, Aberdeen 1933 Fyrrv.navn: Ophir, Grimsby - GY 1220 1919 Ophir III 1915 Ophir Hull H 725 1903 Heimstaður London Flag England Skipaslag Trolari Smíðistaður: Cook, Welton & Gemmel, Beverly, UK Eigari 1934: Short Blue Fishing Co., Fleetwood Eigari 1933: Walker Steam Trawling & Fishing Co, Aberdeen Eigari 1919: Crampin Steam Fishing Co, Grimsby Eigari 1915: British Royal Navy Eigari 1903: Pickering & Haldane's Steam Fishing Co, Hull - * - 1941 Torpederaður og sokkin

Lady of Man

Lennox, England - M 279 - * - Algerine Class (minustrúkari) Smíðistaður: Lobnitz & Co, Renfrew, UK 1943 - b/u 1961 - * - Bretsk verjuskip, vóru við jøvnum millumbilum undir Føroyum og hjáptu og ansaðu eftir bretsku trolarnum í 50 og 60'unum.  Lennox var við kaj í Havn 10.apríl 1957 - * -

Lincoln City (1), England - GY 529 - 1933-1941 - * - Fyrrv.navn: Pembroke Castle - SA 25 ** Type of Vessel: Steam trawler - Constructed By: Smith's Dock Co Ltd, Middlesbrough - Yard No: 0398 - Year Constructed: 1933 - Length: 155 ft - Beam: 26.4 ft - Depth: 12.2 ft - Gross Tons: 398 - Date Sunk: 21-02-1941 - Place Sunk: Faroes - * - 21.februar 1941 sænker tyske fly det engelske skib "Lincoln City" ved et luftangreb på Tórshavn, og 8 mand omkommer. - Et af de tyske fly angriber herefter mål på Skálafjørður, hvorunder det bliver ramt af antiluftskyts og må nødlande ved Gøta. - Besætningen på 4 mand tages til fange. - * -

Lincoln City (2), England - * - Skipanavn: Lincoln City, England - 1957 Fyrrv.navn: Cornelian, England (Royal Navy) - 1939 Cape Warwich, England - 1935 Heimstaður: England Type of Vessel: ST Constructed By: Selby, UK Upphøgdur: 1963 - * -

Loch Fada, England - F 390 - * - Loch Class - (fregatt) - Smíðistaður: John Brown & Co, Clydebank, UK 1943 - b/u 1970 - * - Bretsk verjuskip, vóru við jøvnum millumbilum undir Føroyum og hjáptu og ansaðu eftir bretsku trolarnum í 50 og 60'unum.  - Loch Fada var vid kaj í Havn. 21.mars 1959 - * -

Malcolm, England - F 88 - * - Blackwood Class (fregatt) - Smíðistaður: Yarrow Shipbuilders, Scotstoun, UK - Smíðiár: 1955 - b/u 1978 - * - Bretsk verjuskip, vóru við jøvnum millumbilum undir Føroyum og hjáptu og ansaú eftir bretsku trolarnum í 50 og 60'unum.  - Malcolm var við kaj í Havn. 9.apríl 1959 - * -

Marwood, Liverpool - -1847- ** - * - Skipaslag: Brigg - * - 1847: Den engelske brig "Marwood" af Liverpool, lastet med palmeolie fra Afrika, mister roret i en storm og driver rundt i 3 uger, inden det i januar forlades af sit mandskab ud for Eiðsvík på Viðoy. - Da er allerede 4 mand af besætningen døde. - De resterede 9 mand når stærkt forkomne i land og hjælpes af folk på Viðareiði. - Som tak skænker det britiske admiralitet gaver i sølv til Viðareiði kirke samt 50 pund sterling til fordeling blandt den hjælpsomme befolkning. - * -

Magasa II, England Navn: Magasa II, England - UK Harvest Hunter Southern Hunter, Suðurafrika - 1977 Kap Farvel, Vestmanna - VN 196 - 1966 Kap Farvel - HH 323 - 1963 Seinni navn: Celtic Sea Heimstaður: Suðurafrika Skipaslag: Hekkutogari Record Number: 4786 - 4573 Resource Identifier: flod 21082006052 flod 17082006047 Smíðistaður: Werft H.C. Stulcken Sohn, Hamburg Smíðiár: 1963 Tilfar: stál Sakk 10.04.1990 við Oporto í Portugal Longd: 66,60 m - 218'6'' Breidd: 10,20 m - 33'6'' Dýpd: 4,6 m - 23'4'' BRT: 724 - 1013 BRT: 274 Eigari: Loss by Baomar (UK) Ltd. (MSD). Ferð: 15 kn - * - Record Number: 4786 Resource Identifier: flod 21082006052 Vessel Name: Kap Farvel Fishing Number: VN196 Subsequent Names: Southern Hunter; Harvest Hunter; Magasa II; Celtic Sea; Year Constructed: 1963 Constructed By: H C Stulcken Sohn Constructed At: Hamburg Gross Tons: 1013 Length: 218'6'' Beam: 33'6'' Depth: 23'4'' For Sale: No Download Available: No

Neath Castle, Grimsby - GY 52 - 1958 Neath Castle,Swansea - SA 49 1946 Mullet T 311 1942 Skipaslag Trolari Smíðistaður: Cockrane & Son, Selby Smíðiár 1942 Eigari 1958: Consolidated Fisheries Ltd., Grimsby Eigari 1946: Rhondda Steam Fishing Co, Swansea Eigari 1942: Royal British Navy - * - Neath Castle er á Havnini longu 27. december 1956. - * - 14. juni 1959. Aftaná fáar dagar á fiskileið, fer hann at leka í róðurkassanum. Hann bleiv fylgdur til Havnar av Northern Chief,  GY 128,  Grimsby. Hann bleiv umvaldur í Føroyum. - * - 1960: upphøgdur

Norma Mary, England Navn: Norma Mary, England Fyrrv.navn: Fríðborg, Leirvík - FD 242 - OW 2424 - 2006 Napoléon, Glyvrar - FD 242 - OW 2424 - 2002 Ocean Castle, Skáli - FD 242 - OW 2424 - 1989 Heimstaður: Leirvík Skipaslag: rækjutogari - Verksmiðjutrolari Nummar: FD 242 IMO No.: 8704808 Klassi: Det Norske Veritas, *1A1, ICE-1C Smíðistaður: Skála Skipasmiðja & Handilsvirki, Skáli Byggnr.: 00053 Skrokkurin Nya Marstrandsverken A/B Yard No.: 00181 Smíðiár: 1989 Tilfar: stál Selt og útflutt 25.05.2010 til Danmarkar Longd LOA: 58,80 m Longd LPP: 54,37 m - 173,25 feet Breidd: 13,00 m - 42,90 feet Dýpd: 7,95 m - 26,23 feet Brt: 923,59 National Nrt: 366,53 National BT: 1833,00 IMO 69 NT: 555,00 IMO 69 Eigari: Fríðborg p/f, Leirvík Útgerðarmaður: Tummas Osmundarson Justinussen, Tórshavn Ravmagn: 3 x 440 / 220 V AC - * - Høvuðs maskina, Wärtsilä Útgerð: Høvuðs maskina Framleiðari: Wärtsilä Typa: 8 R 32 D Sylindarar: 8 Slag: 4 takt Framleiðsluár: 1989 Maskinorka: 2990 kW - 4065 HK * - * -

Northern Eagle, Grimsby Eigari: Northern Trawlers, Grimsby skipari: Andrew Jensen

Ocean Village Two, London Navn: Ocean Village Two, London Fyrrv.nøvn: Aidablu, London - 2004 A'Rosa Blu Heimstaður: London, England Skipaslag: Ferðamannaskip Ferðafólk: 1748 Útgerð: svimjihylur, sauna, venjingarhøll, sjónleikarhøll, biohøll, sjey matstovur, barrir, náttklubbar, nógvir handlar Smíðistaður: Fincantieri-Cant. Nav. Italiani, Monfalcone, Italia Bygg.no.: 05939 Smíðiár: 1990 Longd: 245,08 m Breidd: 32,25 m Dýpd: 7,90 m Brt: 70.285 Nrt: 5.758 Eigari: Seetours, London Ferð: 19,5 knop - * - 4 Høvuðs maskinur, Man-B&W Útgerð: 4 Høvuðs maskinur Framleiðari: MAN-B&W Typa: 8L58/64 diesel Maskinorka: 24.000 kW

Ogano, Grimsby – GY 608 - * - Navn: Ogano - Heimstaður: Grimsby - Skipaslag: Trolari - Smíðistaður: Cochrane & Sons, Selby, UK. - Smíðiár: 1959 - Seldur til Kuwait í januar 1982 - Eigari: Taylor Steam Fishing Co. - * - 9. juni 1962 kom OGANO á Havnina við flagginum á hálvari stong. - Skiparin var deyður umborð undir fiskiskapi undir Føroyum. - Seinri sama dag kom OKINO á Havnina við nýggjum skipara, og samstundis tóku teir líkið við til Grimsby. - * - OGANO, GY 608, Grimsby. - * - Bygdur 1959 hjá Cochrane & Son í Selby, UK. - Eigari: Taylor Steam Fishing co. - Januar 1982 seldur til Kuwait. - * -

Okino, Grimsby – GY 689 - * - Heimstaður: Grimsby - Skipaslag: Trolari - Smíðistaður: Goole Shipbuilding co. Smíðiár: 1962 - Upphøgdur í september 1979 aftaná stóran endsbruna umborð - Eigari: Japan Steam Fishing co. - * - 9. juni 1962 kom OGANO á Havnina við flagginum á hálvari stong. - Skiparin var deyður umborð undir fiskiskapi undir Føroyum. - Seinri sama dag kom OKINO á Havnina við nýggjum skipara, og samstundis tóku teir líkið við til Grimsby. OKINO, GY 689, Grimsby. - * - Bygdur 1962 hjá Goole Shipbuilding co. - Eigari: Japan Steam Fishing co. - September 1979 upphøgdur aftaná stóran eldubrand umborð. - * -

Olearia, Grimsby - GY 331 - 1899 - Heimstaður: Grimsby - Flag: England - Skipaslag: Trolari - Smíðistaður: Cochrane & Son Shipbuilders Co, Selby - Smíðiár: 1899 - Eigari 1899: North Eastern Steam Fishing Co, Grimsby - - * - 1912: 20.desember rennir "Olearia" á útróðrarbátin "Jarnbardur" úr Svínoy. - 5 av 7 monnum lata lív. - * - 1917: "Olearia" verður tikin av týskum undirvatnsbáti á Føroya Banka, og sprongdur í luftina. Manningin sleppur í bátin. Tann týski U-báturin kallaðist "UC 33"

Ophire, Grimsby Skipanavn: Ophire Heimstaður: Grimsby Flag: England Skipaslag: Trolari

Oriana, England

Orestes, England - M 277 - * - Algerine Class (minustrúkari) Smíðistaður: Harland & Wolf, Belfast, Írland - Smíðiár: 1945 - b/u 1961 - * - Bretsk verjuskip, vóru við jøvnum millumbilum undir Føroyum og hjátu og ansaðu eftir bretsku trolarnum í 50 og 60'unum.  Orestes var við kaj í Havn. 10.juni 1957 - * -

Palliser, England - F 94 - * - Smíðistaður: Alexander Stephen & Sons, UK - Smíðiár: 1956 - b/u: 1983 - * - Bretsk verjuskip, vóru við jøvnum millumbilum undir Føroyum og hjáptu og ansaðu eftir bretsku trolarnum í 50 og 60'unum.  Palliser var við kaj í Havn. 22.juni 1960 - * -

Pellew, England - F 62 - * - Blackwood Class (fregatt) - Smíðistaður: Swan Hunter, Tyne & Wear, UK - Smíðiár: 1954 - b/u 1971 - * - Bretsk verjuskip, vóru við jøvnum millumbilum undir Føroyum og hjáptu og ansaðu eftir bretsku trolarnum í 50 og 60'unum.  Pellew var við kaj í Havn. 22.juni 1960 - * -

Peter Cheyney, Hull - H 195 Navn: Peter Cheyney, Hull - 1959 Fyrrv.navn: Faraday, Hull - H 195 - 1951 Nólsoyar Páll, Føroyar - TN 10 - 1947 Heimstaður: Hull Flag: England Off number: 185098 Smíðistaður: Cook Welton & Gemmell Smíðiár: 1947 - 24.04.1947 Yard Number: 00781 Scrapped: 1967 Longd: 169,10 feet Breidd: 29,20 feet GT: 538 NT: 183 Eigari: Newington Steam Trawling Co Ltd, Hull Fyrrv.eigari: F & T Ross Ltd, Hull Ferð: 13,0 K - * - Høvuðs maskina, C D Holmes Útgerð: Høvuðs maskina Framleiðari: C D Holmes Smíðiár: 1947 Maskinorka: 1000 IHP

Petunia, England - K 79 - * - Navn: Petunia, England - K 79 - 1941 Fyrrv.navn: XX, Kina - 1946 Heimstaður: England Flag: England Smíðistaður: Henry Robb Ltd., Leith, Scotland Smíðiár: 1941 Skipaslag: Flower Class corvette (sum Thetis) Seldur til Kina í 1946 Sakk 19.mars 1947 - * - bjargaði manningini av Research - * -

Red Crusader, Fleetwood - LO 462 - 1946-1955 - * - Fyrrv.navn: Varanga, Grimsby - GY 61 - 1929 ** Skipaslag: Damptrolari - Constructed By: Cook Welton & Gemmell, Beverley - Yard No: 0517 - Year Constructed: 1929 - Date Scrapped: April 1955 - Place Scrapped: Bruges, Belgium - Length: 140.3 - Beam: 24.6 - BRT: 361 - Ferð: 10.8 knots - * - Útgerð: Engines - Framleiðari: Holmes - Maskinorka: 96 NHP - * - Built for Letten Bros Ltd, Grimsby as VARANGA (GY61). - Launched 14/03/1929. - 1930: Sold to Atlas Steam Fishing Co Ltd, Grimsby. - 29/08/1939: Requisitioned by the Royal Navy as a mine-sweeper (no FY1625). - 1945: Returned to fishing. - 16/09/1945: To Hudson Bros Ltd, Hull. - 1946: To Iago Steam Trawlers Ltd, London and renamed RED CRUSADER (LO462) based at Fleetwood. - 1955: Vessel sold for scrap to Jaques Bakker & Zonen, Belgium. - 16/04/1955: Arrived at Bruges for breaking up. - * -

Relentless, England - F 185 - * - Type: 15 Class (fregatt) - Fyrr ein R-Class destroyari - Smíðistaður: John Brown & Co., Clydebank, UK - * - Bretsk verjuskip, vóru við jøvnum millumbilum undir Føroyum og hjáptu og ansaðu eftir bretsku trolarnum í 50 og 60'unum.  Rententless var við kaj í Havn. 11.desember 1963 - * -

Ross Tiger, Grimsby - GY 398 trolari

Sally & Polly, England - -1803- - * - Skipaslag: Farmaskip - * - 19.januar 1803 kommer et synkefærdigt engelsk skib, "Sally & Polly", til Hvalba. - Da det ikke lykkes at få materialer til en nødtørftig raparaton, sælger skipperen ladningen og rejser hjem med sin besætning på 5 mand, og skibet efterlades på strandbredden. - * - 1804: På auktionen over skibsvraget af "Sally & Polly" ved Hvalba køber Nólsoyar-Páll materialer nok til at bygge et skib sammen med Jacob Jacobsen (Rádni bóndi, Jákup í Toftum) og Per Larsen (Per í Gjørum) samt sine brødre. - Vraget slæbes af robåde til Vágur, og på Fløtan Fríða bygges et sødygtingt skib, "Royndin Fríða", på 45 fod og 9 kommercelæster. - * -

Sapphire, England

Sauternes, Frakland - 1922-1942 - * - Sigldi undir enskum flaggi - * - Skipanavn Sauternes (úttalast Sutern) - Skipaslag: Fraktdampari - Smíðiár: 1922 - Longd: 215’ 9” - Breidd: 30’ 5” - Dýpd: 12’ 5” - Brt: 1049,00 - Nrt: 414,00 - Reiðarí: Dorey & Sons - Fyrrv.eigari: Worms & Co. - * - Høvuðsmaskina - Typa: Triple-Expansion Engines - Maskinorka: 144 n.h.p. - * - 1941: Den franske fragtdamper "Sauternes", som sejler under britisk flag, forliser i en orkan 7.december mellem Fugloy og Svínoy, lastet med forsyninger til de britiske besættelsestropper. - Skønt ulykken iagttages fra land, er man ikke i stand til at hjælpe i det forrygende vejr, og alle 25-31 ombordværende omkommer. - * - Søgan um jólaskipið Sauternes! Ólavur Rasmussen skrivar: Eftir 58 ár á havsins botni er vrakið av Jólaskipinum funnið, mest sum beint har tað fór undir kav í 1941, á umleið 82 metra dýpi. Sunnudagin 7. desember 1941 var ein lagnudagur í heimssøguni og ein feigdardagur í Føroyum. Henda dagin , snimma á morgni, knústu japanar amerikanska stillahavsflotan í Pearl Harbour. Ein hending, sum dróg amerikanarar uppí seinna heimsbardaga og sum gjørdist byrjanin til endan á Triðja Ríkinum. Tað var eisini av krígsávum, at Sauternes, sokallaða Jólaskipið, lá og bardist sítt síðsta stríð á Fugloyarfirði. Tað var komið úr Leith í Onglandi til Føroya, fulllastað við kjøti, øðrum matvørum, pengum og brennivíni til bretsku hermennirnar. Manningin taldi 19, 5 skjúttar og 1 ferðafólk, tá skiparin um Skansan í Havn segði frá, at hann var komin á Fuglafjørð. Bretsku myndugleikarnir bóðu hann um at ankra. Tá akkerið bresti í botn vóru skip og manning deyðadømd. Sauternes hevði ikki ankrað á Fuglafirði, men á Fugloyarfirði, ein deyðsfella sum so mangar aðrar millum oyggjarnar. - Hann var útnyrðingur í ættini, við nógvum vindi og tungari aldu, eftir landnyrðingsstorm náttina fyri. - Staðkunnug fólk úti í Fugloy og Svínoy, sum sóu tilburðin, eru ikki so samd um rákið henda sunnudagin, tá skipið, undir kirkjutíð fór til botns. Nýggjar útrokningar vísa, at tá Jólaskipið fórst við mann og mús var tað beint uppundir eystfallsbrodd, í einum tí ringasta farvatninum í Føroyum. Eygnavitni hava fortalt, at maskinan gekk, roykur stóð úr skorsteininum, og stýrihúsið var skolað av fram á dekkið, tá skipið snøkt sagt var drigið til botns. - 21. august 1999, á teimum frægaru kyrrindunum - øll kyrrindi eru ikki eins - var upptøkutól sent niður á botn av sjóverjuskipinum Tjaldrinum. Og vit fingu sjón fyri søgn. Millum annað varð skipsklokkan funnin, tilgrógvin av alskyns vøkstri, tó ikki verri enn so, enn at holið til sjekulin sást týðiliga. Tað er eisini greitt mál, at skipið er farið í sorl. Vraklutir liggja spjaddir á botni. Partar av lúnningini liggja flatir, og kúgveygu eru slødd umkring. - Helst er forskipið skrædnað á veg niður í dýpið, tí sjónarváttar siga, at reyvin stakk upp úr, tá skipið søkk. Og myndirnar á ekkoloddinum kundu verið tekin um, at aftari parturin av skipinum er heilur, tí at útsløgini eru so stór. - Hetta er tó alt gitingar, og meira fæst at vita tá menn úr Danmark, undir leiðslu av Hera Andreassen, seinni í ár fara at kava niður á skipið at vita, hvat vert er at taka upp av botni. Staðfestar eru tó tær óhugnaligu avleiðingarnar, íð stóðst av at skiparin á Sauternes var ókønur í føroyskum máli, tá hann ikki dugdi at skilja millum Fuglafjørð og Fugloyarfjørð. - Øll 19, sum við vóru, fórust við Jólaskipinum, 18 mans og ein kvinna. Líkini av 6 monnum vóru funnin aftur og grivin í kirkjugarðinum í Klaksvík. Jarðarferðina helt bretski militerpresturin R. V. Clayton - * - Teir vóru: Georg Albert Perris, 34 ár, funnin í Leirvíksfirði, føddur í Nottingham, England 1907. Officerur. - R. Smith, umleið 35 ár, helst eingilskmaður, funnin á Leirvíksfirði, fornavn, føðistaður og bústaður ókend, sjómaður, seinni upplýst at vera matrósur í krígsflotanum. - John Daniel Macinmrod, 21 ár, funnin á Svínoyarvík, føddur 24. januar 1920 í Aberdeen, Scotland, sjómaður, seinni upplýst at vera skipskokkur í handilsflotanum, bústaður Edinborough, Scotland. - R. Ross, umleið 25 ár, helst eingilskmaður funnin á Svínoyarvík, fornavn, føðistaður og bústaður ókend, sjómaður, seinni upplýst at vera matrósur í krígsflotanum - 22. juni 1947 var einkjan á vitjan í Klaksvík og upplýsti hon, at navn hansara var Robert, og at hann var føddur 10. januar 1917 í Balinstore, Rosshine, Scotland. -Ókendur maður, funnin á Svínoyarvík, fornøvn, føðistaður og bústaður ókend. seinni er upplýst, at navnið er Peter Cormack, 21 ár á manninum var funnin ringur og í honum stóð, "from Betty to Peter". - Ókendur maður, helst eingilskmaður, umleið 35 ár, funnin á Svínoyarvík, navn, føðistaður, starvsheiti og bústaður ókend, helst sjómaður. Allir upplýsingar eru úr kirkjubókini og har tað stendur seinni upplýst er tað bretska hervaldið, sum hevur givið sóknarprestinum boðini. - * -

Sea Dog, England

Sea Lion, England

Seisquest, England

St.Bernhard, England - -1901 - * - Skipaslag: Trolari - * - I oktober 1901 strander den engelske trawler "St.Bernhard" ved Hvalba, og flere af besætningen omkommer. - * -

St Elmo, Hull - H8

Suffolk, England - -1940- - * - Skipaslag: Krússari - * - 13.april 1940 er besættelsen er kendsgærning. - De første 200 marinesoldater fra Royarl Marines bliver landsat i Tórshavn fra krydseren "Suffolk" og indkvarteret i byen under kommando af oberst T.B.W.Sandall. - * -

Titanic, England - 1912 - * - Navn: RMS Titanic ** Heimstaður: England - Lifeboats: 20 Total - 2 "Emergency Boats", Capacity 40 - 14 Regular Wooden, Capacity 65 - 4 Collapsible, Capacity 47 - Total Lifeboat Capacity: 1.178 - People Rescued from Titanic Lifeboats: 705 - Ship Capacity (passengers and crew): Over 3.000 - Souls On-Board April 14. 1912: Approximately 2.228 - Built by: Harland and Wolff Shipbuilders, Belfast, Ireland - Hull Number: 00401 - British Board of Trade Registry Number: 131,428 - Completed cost about $7.500.000 (in 1912). - Longd: 882' 9" - Breidd: 92’ 5" - Height from keel to bridge: 104' - The hull weighed: 26.000,00 tons - Brt: 46.328,00 tons - Each ton equal: 100 cubic feet - Number of Decks: 9 - Boat Deck: A, B, C, D, E, F, G - Orlop Deck - Watertight Compartments: 16 - Eigari: White Star Lines , England - * - Útgerð: Number of Engines 3 - Two reciprocating 4-cylinder - triple expansion - direct action inverted engines - Horsepower Reciprocating: 30,000 hp at 75 rpm one Parsons - (low pressure) turbine - Parsons turbine: 16,000 hp at 165 rpm - Number of Boilers: 29 - * - RMS Titanic was built in Belfast, Ireland, by Harland and Wolff Shipbuilders. - Nearly the length of three football fields she was, at the time, the largest moving object ever created by man. - She was also one of the most lavishly appointed ships ever built. - It all began in 1907 when J. Bruce Ismay, Managing Director of the White Star Line, met with Lord James Pirrie, a partner in Harland and Wolff. They decide to build three ships that will be the largest ships the world had seen thus far. - In fact, size was of such importance that even though Titanic only required three smokestacks, a dummy (#4) would be added, since it was feared the public might perceive ships like Cunard's four stack ships Mauritania and Lusitania to be more powerful. - They would also be so lavish in their appointments that they would rival the worlds finest hotels. Work would begin on the first two ships and upon their completion the third would be built. - Titanic was the middle ship of the three new super-liners. - Her older sister, Olympic, served as a reliable member of the White Star fleet until she was scrapped in 1935 after striking and sinking the famous Nantucket lightship off the eastern cost of the United States. - Her younger sister, Britannic, met a fate similar to that of Titanic during World War I when she struck a German mine off the coast of Greece and sank in less than an hour. - Britannic was originally to be named Gigantic, but further reference to size in the wake of the Titanic disaster was thought by White Star to go against public sentiment. - Work began on Olympic and Titanic during 1908-1909. - On October 20. 1910 Olympic is successfully launched. - Titanic's hull is launched on May 31. 1911 and ten months of fitting out begin. - Less than one month later Olympic leaves on her maiden voyage. - On September 20. 1911 Olympic, under the command of Captain Edward J. Smith, collides with HMS Hawke, a Royal Navy cruiser. - Olympic suffers major damage and is returned to Harland and Wolff for repairs. These repairs delay Titanic's fitting out by one month. - In January, 1912 Titanic was fitted out with her lifeboats. - British Board of Trade regulations at the time required sixteen lifeboats for ships of 10.000 tons or more. - * - Written in the late 1800's, the authors of the regulations never envisioned a ship larger than that. - One must remember that at the same time that these mammoth iron steamers were appearing on the scene, many ships were still made of wood and powered by sail. - The 46.000 ton Titanic actually had twenty lifeboats on board; fourteen regular wooden lifeboats, two smaller wooden boats which were kept swung out on either side of the bridge so they could be launched quickly for rescue work, and four Englehardt collapsible boats, which were stored on top of the officer's quarters. - So, Titanic actually had four more boats than the law required. - Titanic and Olympic had actually been designed to carry forty-eight lifeboats. However, plans to add the additional boats were rejected by White Star because they made the boat deck appear too cluttered. - Alexander Carlisle, Chief Draughtsman at Harland and Wolff, did not argue the point. - This was presumably because the ships exceeded the Board of Trade regulations with the twenty boats they carried. - On March 31 Titanic's outfitting is complete and she undergoes her sea trails in Belfast Lough on April 2. Titanic's sea trials, perfunctory at best, lasted only half a day. - Only one test was conducted to see how fast the huge ship could stop. At 18 knots, with both engines in reverse, it took three minutes and fifteen seconds and covered a distance of 3.000 feet. - More than just a ship, Titanic was a virtual floating palace; more of a hotel than an ocean liner. - White Star did not give the job of building ships to the lowest bidder. In fact, Titanic and her sisters were built on a cost plus arrangement. - Harland and Wolff would build the ships and charge White Star their cost plus an agreed upon mark-up. And no expense was spared when it came to Titanic's appointments. - The first class smoking room, for instance, with its hand carved mahogany woodwork with inlaid mother of pearl and dark green leather upholstery on the furniture, could make one forget they were on a ship at all. - The palm courts, with their white wicker furniture and vine covered trellises, and the Cafe´ Parisian, a replica of a french sidewalk cafe, all served to complete the illusion. - Titanic was thought to be unsinkable by some, though she was never actually advertised that way by either Harland and Wolff or White Star. - In fact, White Star advertised Titanic and Olympic simply as the "largest and finest steamers in the world". - Titanic was divided into sixteen watertight compartments by means of fifteen watertight bulkheads which contained electric doors that could could be closed from the bridge. - In June 1911 this system of bulkheads and doors was described in Shipbuilder magazine as making the ship "practically unsinkable". - In truth, only twelve doors (about a third) could be closed that way. - The rest had to be closed by hand. The night Titanic sank not all of the doors were closed. - Many of the electric doors, which were in the very bottom of the ship, were reopened to make it easier to rig the pumps. - It probably wouldn't have mattered if all the doors had been closed. - Titanic was designed so that she would float with any two adjoining compartments flooded. - She would even float with any three of the first five or all of the first four compartments flooded. - The problem was that the first five compartments flooded. - As they filled with water the bow of the ship sank deeper and deeper, allowing the water to spill from one compartment into the next. - This eventually sank the ship. - Most of the watertight bulkheads only went up as far as "E Deck", ten feet above the waterline. - The first two and last five actually went to "D Deck". - This was thought sufficient because, at the time, the worst thing anyone could imagine happening to a ship was a collision in the area of one of the bulkheads. - Or possibly ramming head-on into something. - No one ever envisioned a ship scraping against a solid object for nearly 300 feet. - Titanic was of British registry, even though her owners, the White Star Line, were owned by the International Mercantile Marine (IMM), which was owned by American millionaire J.P. Morgan, Jr. A case could be made for the argument that Titanic was not actually a British ship, but rather, an American ship. - Mr. Morgan was supposed to be on Titanic for her maiden voyage, but citing poor health, cancelled at the last minute. - In 1995 a book was published called "The Titanic Conspiracy" which alleged that Titanic was switched with her nearly identical sister, Olympic, in an insurance scam prior to Titanic's maiden voyage. - This seems unlikely though, since Harland and Wolff would stamp the hull number of each ship they built into all of its major components. - Exploration of the wreck site has revealed several parts of the ship which bear the number "401", the Harland and Wolff hull number for Titanic. - Titanic today lies in two main sections more than 12.000 feet below the surface of the North Atlantic. - She was discovered in 1985 by an expedition led by Dr. Robert Ballard. Since then the ship has been visited numerous times to be explored and photographed. - In 1987 RMS Titanic, Inc. is formed by an international group of businessmen. - They are interested in seeing Titanic's remains preserved and are headed up by American millionaire George Tulloch. - They were granted slavor-in-possession rights to the wreck by a United States Federal Court order in 1994, which was reconfirmed in 1996. - The court order gives the group the exclusive rights to own objects recovered from the wreck site and the exclusive rights to photograph Titanic. - With the cooperation of the French National Institute for Research and Exploration of the Sea (IFREMER) research and recovery missions were conducted in 1987, 1993, 1994 and 1995. - Approximately 5.000 artifacts were removed from the debris field and have become part of a traveling exhibition that has visited both the United States and Europe. Thus far they claim to have removed articles from the debris field only. - The debris field is an area between the stern and bow sections where debris landed after falling from the ship as it broke-up at the surface. Titanic is slowly disintegrating. - Many scientists predict that within a few years the hull will begin to collapse in upon itself. - The wreck shows a slow, but steady, progression of deterioration since she was discovered in 1985. - Soon, the ship, like many of the passengers and crew who went down with her, will exist only in our hearts and minds... - SHIP STATISTICS - Built by Harland and Wolff, Belfast, Ireland: Hull Number: 401 - British Board of Trade Registry Number: 131.428 - Length: 882' - Width: 92' - Height from keel to bridge: 104' -Gross Tonnage: 46,328 tons - Number of Decks 9 - Boat Deck, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, - Orlop Deck - Watertight Compartments: 16 - Number of Engines 3 - Two reciprocating 4-cylinder, triple expansion, direct action, inverted engines and one Parsons (low pressure) turbine - Horsepower Reciprocating - 30,000 hp at 75 rpm - Parsons turbine - 16,000 hp at 165 rpm - Number of Boilers 29 - Number of Propellers 3 - Center: 16' and Left/Right Wings: 23' - Lifeboats 20 Total - 2 "Emergency Boats", Capacity 40 - 14 Regular Wooden, Capacity 65 - 4 Collapsible, Capacity 47 - Total Lifeboat Capacity 1,178 - People Rescued from Titanic Lifeboats 705 - Ship Capacity (passengers and crew) Over 3.000 - Souls On-Board April 14, 1912 - Approximately 2.228 - Captain: Edward J. Smith - Chief Officer: Henry F. Wilde - First Officer: William M.Murdoch - Second Officer: Charles H. Lightoller - Third Officer: Herbert J. Pitman - Fourth Officer: Joseph G. Boxhall - Fifth Officer: Harold G. Lowe - Sixth Officer: James P. Moody - * - White Star Lines needed to construct new vessels to compete with the new vessels of the time. They needed to build ships better, faster, and bigger than those of Cunard liner's Mauretania and Luistania. Early in 1907, Lord Pirrie of Harland and Wolff, and J. Bruce Ismay discussed plans for 2 giant ocean vessels - On July 29, 1908, the plans were unveiled to a party of distinguished guests at Harland & Wolff. On December 16, 1908, the first keel plate was laid for the Olympic. Three months later, on March 31, 1909, the construction of the Titanic began. The completed Titanic cost about $7.500.000 (in 1912). Harland and Wolff, the shipyard where White Star Lines ships were built, had to make new gantries and piers to accommodate the new vessels: Titanic, Olympic, Britannic. The hull weighed 26.000 tons The ship weighed 46.328 Gross Registered Tons. Each ton equal 100 cubic feet She was 882' 9" long and 92.5" in the beam. Each funnel was large enough to drive two trains through.(right) There were nine decks and It was as high as an eleven story building. The three anchors weighed a total of 31 tons. Each chain link weighed about 175lbs!! The rudder weighed 20,250 lbs. There were 29 boilers, each one weighing nearly 100 tons. She had three propellers. The middle one was 16 feet across and the other two were over over 23 feet across. Although there were four funnels, only the bow three were used. The stern funnel was used as ventilator. The outdated British regulations required ships over 10.000 tons had to have lifeboats for 962 people. The Titanic exceeded this regulation by carrying enough lifeboats for 1.178 people, however this was not enough for her 3,511 passengers and crew. Over one thousand people would not have a seat on the lifeboats if each boat was filled to maximum capacity. There were four elevators, three in First Class and one in Second Class. This was the first boat to have elevators for second class The Titanic was the first ocean liner to have a swimming pool and a gym. The Titanic was divided by 15 transverse bulkheads which were said to be watertight because the bulkheads extended well above the waterline. The ship could still remain buoyant if at most four compartments were filled with water For her time, all passengers were accommodated very well. Even third class cabins were bigger and more luxurious compared to others. It had four parlor suites, which were the most expensive cabins. Each were 50 feet in length and two of them had their own private promenade deck! She had a French Cafe with French waiters and cooks. - * -

Undine, England - F 141 - * - Type 15 Class (fregatt) -Fyrr ein U-Class destroyari -Smíðistaður: John I Tjornycroft & Co, UK - * - Smíðiár: 1943 - * - b/u 1965 - * - Bretsk verjuskip, vóru við jøvnum millumbilum undir Føroyum og hjáptu og ansaðu eftir bretsku trolarnum í 50 og 60'unum.  Undine var við kaj í Havn 16.mars 1959 - * -

Viking Viper, England

Vos Viper, England (Hallarklettur)

Ythel, England - -1812- - * - Ein bretskur sjómaður, Charles Smed 24 ár, funnin druknaður á Vágsfirði 23.10.1812 - * -

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12.11 | 21:51

Hey, Pápi mín var við Havfrúgvin VN 220 úr Vestmanna , tá hon forlist undir Ìslandi . Skúlin á Kamsdali (Fuglafirði) hevur eitt Rit um hesa hending frá Pápa.

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