Det Bergenske D/S, 
Bergen, Norway.



 

Off.no: Build: 1931 Shipyard: Helsingør Jernskib & Msk. Helsingør, Danmark. # 198
Dwt: 1.760 Grt: 5.407 Nrt: 2.867
Speed: 19,0   Dim:  128,17 x 16,46 x 7,32 m.


 

29/4 1931: Delivered as VENUS to Det Bergenske D/S, Bergen, Norway
May 1931: In traffic Bergen - Newcastle, in autumn traffic Southampton - Madeira
Sept. 1939: Laid up at Stanghelle, Osterfjorden, Norway.
16/3 1941: Seized by the German Forces and taken to Hamburg. There was plans to rebuild her as a mothership for submarines.
15/4 1945: Sunk in Hamburg during a Allied air attack.
Sept. 1945: Refloated and towed to Helsingør for repair.
31/8 1946: Towed to Aarhus for continued repair.
19/4 1947: Returned to Helsingør in tow.
23/7 1947 - 9/8 1947: Drydocked at B&W, Copenhagen.
9/8 1947 - 27/11 1947: Continued works at Helsingør.
27/11 1947 - 14/12 1947: Drydocked at Oresundsvarvet, Landskrona, Sweden.
14/12 1947 - 21/3 1948: Continued works at Helsingør.
21/12 1948: Trials
3/5 1948: Delivered back to A/S Det Bergenske D/S, Bergen, Norway. In traffic Bergen - Newcastle, in autumn traffic Southampton - Madeira and Teneriffe.
23/3 1955: Aground off Plymouth
26/3 1955: Refloated.
1965: In traffic Stavanger - Newcastle.
1966. In traffic Bergen - Rotterdam/ Newcastle.
1968 10. Sold to Shipbreaking Industries, Ltd, Faslane.
19/10 1968: Arrived Faslane.