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D/S Ingertre
Updated Nov. 7-2011

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A picture is available on this external page (click in it to make it larger) - possibly taken when she ran aground? See Post War details below.

Owner: A/S Inger
Manager: Jacob Kjøde A/S, Bergen
2462 gt

Built by Burntisland Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Burntisland in 1921. Previous names: Løvstakken until 1933, Julianne I until 1938.
According to the external website that I've linked to above, she was delivered in Jan.-1921 as Løvstakken to A/S D/S Løvstakken (Andr. Olsen), Bergen. From June-1928, A/S D/S Løvstakken (Sigurd Helmers-Olsen), Bergen, no name change. From Aug.-1933 she sailed as Julianne I for A/S Torgny (Eilert Lund), Bergen. From May-1937, owned by A/S Inger (Jacob Kjøde A/S), Bergen, same name. Renamed Ingertre in Sept.- 1938.

Captain: Oluf Andreas Kalgraff.

Her voyages are listed on these original images from the Norwegian National Archives:
Page 1 | Page 2 | Page 3 | Page 4 | Page 5 | Page 6 | Page 7

Please compare the above voyages with Arnold Hague's Voyage Record below.

Voyage Record
From May-1940 to June-1945:

(Received from Don Kindell - His source: The late Arnold Hague's database).

Follow the convoy links provided for more information on each (where the "Convoy" column is left blank, it means that convoy is not known).

Errors may exist, and some voyages may be missing.

Departure From To Arrival Convoy Remarks
1940 May 16 New York City St. Nazaire June 4 Independent See also Page 1
June 17 St. Nazaire Falmouth June 21 Independent See also narrative below.
June 22 Falmouth Bristol June 23 Independent
July 26 Bristol Swansea July 28 Independent
Aug. 3 Swansea Milford Haven Aug. 3 Independent
Aug. 4 Milford Haven OB 193 For Sydney, CB.
Dispersed Aug. 7.
Convoy available at OB 193
(external link)
Aug. 7 Dispersed from OB 193 Lunenburg Aug. 18 Independent
Aug. 26?* Lunenburg Halifax Sept. 3 Independent Via Sydney, C.B.?
*See Page 1
Sept. 4 Halifax Sydney, C.B. Sept. 6 Independent
Sept. 10 Sydney, C.B. Clyde Sept. 26 SC 4 See also narrative below
Sept. 29 Clyde Methil Oct. 2 WN 19 Convoy available at WN convoys
(external link)
Oct. 4 Methil Hull Oct. 7 FS 300 Convoy available at FS convoys
(external link)
Left Hull Oct. 30
(Page 1).
Nov. 3 Spurn Methil Nov. 6 FN 327 Convoy available at FN convoys
(external link)
Nov. 8 Methil Oban Nov. 11 EN 21/1 Convoy available at EN convoys
(external link)
Nov. 18 Oban OB 244 For Sydney, C.B.
Dispersed Nov. 22
Nov. 22 Dispersed from OB 244 Sydney, C.B. Dec. 6 Independent
Dec. 11 Sydney, C.B. St. John, N.B. Dec. 14 Independent
1941 Jan. 15 St. John, N.B. Halifax Jan. 16 Independent
Jan. 22 Halifax Clyde Febr. 9 SC 20
Febr. 14 Clyde Methil Febr. 18 WN 85 Convoy available at WN convoys
(external link)
Febr. 22 Methil Hartlepool Febr. 24 FS 418 Convoy available at FS convoys
(external link)
March 15 Hartlepool Methil March 16 FN 432 Convoy available at FN convoys
(external link)
March 18 Methil Loch Ewe March 21 EN 88/1 Convoy available at EN convoys
(external link)
March 20* Loch Ewe OB 300 *Page 1 gives departure March 22.
Dispersed 58N 23 25W, March 26.
Convoy available at OB 300
(external link)
March 26 Dispersed from OB 300 Halifax Apr. 8 Independent
Apr. 8 Halifax St. John, N.B. Apr. 9 Independent
Apr. 21 St. John, N.B. Halifax Apr. 23 Independent
Apr. 29 Halifax Loch Ewe May 19 SC 30
May 19 Clyde* Methil May 21 WN 129 *From Loch Ewe, May 20
(Page 2).
Convoy available at WN convoys
(external link)
May 23 Methil Hull May 24 FS 497 Convoy available at FS convoys
(external link)
June 5 Hull Oban June 9 EC 29 Convoy available at EC convoys
(external link)
June 11 Oban OB 333 Dispersed 40 20N 34 40W, June 21.
Convoy available at OB 333
(external link)
June 21 Dispersed from OB 333 Clarke City June 30 Independent
July 2 Clarke City Sydney, C.B. July 5 Independent
July 12 Sydney, C.B. Loch Ewe July 27 SC 37 Convoy will be added.
See ships in SC convoys
July 27 Loch Ewe Methil July 29 WN 158 Convoy available at WN convoys
(external link)
July 30 Methil Southend Aug. 1 FS 555 Convoy available at FS convoys
(external link)
See also Page 2
Aug. 9 Southend Sunderland Aug. 11 FN 503 Convoy available at FN convoys
(external link)
Aug. 13 Sunderland Loch Ewe Aug. 16 EC 59 Convoy available at EC convoys
(external link)
Aug. 17 Loch Ewe ON 7 For St. John's, N.F.
Dispersed 56 31N 42 39W, Aug. 25.
Aug. 25 Dispersed from ON 7 St. John's, N.F. Aug. 29 Independent
Sept. 5 St. John's, N.F. Philadelphia Sept. 11 Independent
Sept. 20 Philadelphia Sydney, C.B. Sept. 25 Independent
Sept. 29 Sydney, C.B. Liverpool Oct. 20 SC 47 For Dublin.
Missing movements, Page 2
Convoy will be added.
See ships in SC convoys
Nov. 9 Liverpool ON 35 For Tampa.
Dispersed 46 09n 54 27W, Nov. 27.
Nov. 27 Dispersed from ON 35 Tampa Dec. 9 Independent
Dec. 13 Tampa Charleston, SC Dec. 17 Independent
Dec. 17 Charleston, SC Sydney, C.B. Dec. 25 Independent
Dec. 27 Sydney, C.B. SC 62 Dispersed 56 49N 09 12W, Jan. 12-1942
1942 Jan. 12 Dispersed from SC 62 Loch Ewe Jan. 13 Independent
Jan. 15 Loch Ewe Methil Jan. 18 WN 231 Convoy available at WN convoys
(external link)
Jan. 18 Methil Middlesbrough Jan. 19 FS 703 Convoy available at FS convoys
(external link)
Jan. 22 Middlesbrough Sunderland Jan. 23
Febr. 12 Sunderland Methil Febr. 13 FN 629 Convoy available at FN convoys
(external link)
Febr. 16 Methil Loch Ewe Febr. 18 EN 47 Convoy available at EN convoys
(external link)
Febr. 19 Loch Ewe St. John's, N.F. March 5 ON 68 Convoy will be added.
See ships in ON convoys
March 12 St. John's, N.F. Halifax March 15 CL 8 Convoy available via this page
(external link)
March 18 Halifax Boston March 21 XB 1 Convoy available at XB convoys
(external link)
Apr. 4 Boston Halifax Apr. 6 Independent
Apr. 11 Halifax Belfast Lough Apr. 25 SC 79
Apr. 26 Belfast Lough Newport Apr. 28 BB 167 Convoy available at BB convoys
(external link)
May 6 Newport Swansea May 7 Independent
May 9 Swansea Milford Haven May 10 Independent
May 11 Milford Haven Halifax May 25 ON 94 Convoy will be added.
See ships in ON convoys
June 16 Halifax Sydney, C.B. June 18 HS 13 Convoy available at HS convoys
(external link)
June 19 Sydney, C.B. Loch Ewe July 2 SC 88
July 2 Loch Ewe Methil July 4 WN 304 Convoy available at WN convoys
(external link)
July 5 Methil Immingham July 6 FS 847 Convoy available at FS convoys
(external link)
July 14 Immingham Methil July 16 FN 760 Convoy available at FN convoys
(external link)
July 17 Methil Loch Ewe July 19 EN 112 Convoy available at EN convoys
(external link)
July 19 Loch Ewe Halifax Aug. 3 ON 114 For Sydney, C.B.
Convoy will be added.
See ships in ON convoys
Aug. 4 Halifax Sydney, C.B. Aug. 6 HS 38 Convoy available at HS convoys
(external link)
Aug. 6 Sydney, C.B. Father Point Aug. 10 SQ 26 Convoy available via this page
(external link)
See also Page 3
Aug. 23 Father Point Sydney, C.B. Aug. 26 QS 29 Convoy available via link above
Aug. 26 Sydney, C.B. Halifax Aug. 29 SH 38 Convoy available at SH convoys
(external link)
Aug. 29 Halifax Loch Ewe Sept. 12 SC 98
Sept. 13 Loch Ewe Methil Sept. 15 WN 336 Convoy available at WN convoys
(external link)
Sept. 16 Methil Gt. Yarmouth Roads Sept. 18 FS 909 A. Hague says:
After collision & fouling bouy.
Convoy available at FS convoys
(external link)
Sept. 20 Gt. Yarmouth Roads Rochester Sept. 21 See also Page 4
Sept. 26 Rochester Southend Sept. 26 Independent
Sept. 27 Southend Immingham Sept. 28 FN 824 Convoy available at FN convoys
(external link)
Oct. 31 Immingham Methil Nov. 2 FN 853 Convoy available at link above
Nov. 4 Methil Oban Nov. 7 EN 158 Convoy available at EN convoys
(external link)
Nov. 8 Oban Halifax Nov. 25 ON 144 Convoy will be added.
See ships in ON convoys
Dec. 4 Halifax Cape Cod Canal Dec. 8 ON 146 Convoy will be added.
See link above
Dec. 8 Cape Cod Canal New York City Dec. 9 Independent
Dec. 18 New York City Gitmo Dec. 25 NG 330 For Trinidad.
Convoy available at NG convoys
(external link)
Dec. 25 Gitmo Curacao Dec. 29 GAT 32 Gitmo to Curacao.
Convoy available at GAT convoys
(external link)
Dec. 30 Curacao Puerto la Cruz Jan. 1-1943 Independent
1943 Jan. 1 Puerto la Cruz Trinidad Jan. 2 Independent
Jan. 10 Trinidad Demerara Jan. 13 Independent
Jan. 18 Demerara Trinidad Jan. 20 Independent
Jan. 25 Trinidad Demerara Jan. 27 Independent
Febr. 5 Demerara Trinidad Febr. 6 Independent
Febr. 10 Trinidad Demerara Febr. 12 Independent
Febr. 20 Demerara Trinidad Febr. 21 Independent
Febr. 24 Trinidad Demerara Febr. 26 Independent
March 3 Demerara Trinidad March 5 Independent
March 13 Trinidad Demerara March 15 Independent
March 19 Demerara Trinidad March 21 Independent
March 26 Trinidad Demerara March 28 Independent
Apr. 6 Demerara Trinidad Independent
Apr. 11 Trinidad Demerara Apr. 13 Independent
Apr. 18 Demerara Trinidad Apr. 19 Independent
Apr. 23 Trinidad Demerara Apr. 25 Independent
Apr. 28 Demerara Trinidad Apr. 29 Independent
May 2 Trinidad Demerara May 4 Independent
May 6 Demerara Trinidad May 7 Independent
May 12 Trinidad Demerara May 14 Independent
May 17 Demerara Trinidad May 18 Independent
May 22 Trinidad Demerara May 24 Independent
June 1 Demerara Trinidad June 2 Independent
June 4 Trinidad Demerara June 6 Independent
June 13 Demerara Trinidad June 14 Independent
June 18 Trinidad Gitmo June 22 TAG 67 Convoy available at TAG convoys
(external link)
June 23 Gitmo New York City July 1 GN 67 Convoy available at GN convoys
(external link)
July 22 New York City Windsor, NS July 26 Independent
Aug. 7 Windsor, NS Parrsboro Aug. 7 Independent
Aug. 18 Parrsboro St. John, N.B. Aug. 19 Independent
Aug. 19 St. John, N.B. Halifax Aug. 21 FH 72A Convoy available at FH convoys
(external link)
Sept. 3 Halifax Loch Ewe Sept. 17 SC 141
Sept. 17 Loch Ewe Methil Sept. 19 WN 481 Convoy available at WN convoys
(external link)
Sept. 19 Methil Tyne Sept. 20 FS 1225 Convoy available at FS convoys
(external link)
Dec. 9 Tyne Methil Roads Dec. 10
Dec. 11 Methil Oban Dec. 13 EN 318 Convoy available at EN convoys
(external link)
Dec. 16 Oban Clyde Dec. 23 OS 62/KMS 36 Returned.
Convoy available at OS 62/KMS 36
(external link)
Dec. 29 Clyde Swansea Jan. 1-1944 Independent See also Page 5
1944 Jan. 4 Swansea Milford Haven Jan. 4 Independent
Jan. 8 Milford Haven Gibraltar Jan. 18 KX 13 Convoy available at KX convoys
(external link)
Jan. 29 Oran Augusta Febr. 3 KMS 39 A. Hague says:
Oran to Augusta
(Page 5 gives departure Gibraltar, Jan. 29).
Convoy will be added.
See ships in KMS convoys
Febr. 6 Augusta Barletta Febr. 8 AH 23 Convoy available at AH convoys
(external link)
Febr. 13 Barletta Brindisi Febr. 14 A. Hague says:
Notional port and date of departure.
See also Page 5
Febr. 18 Brindisi Syracuse Febr. 20 HA 25 Convoy available at HA convoys
(external link)
Febr. 26 Syracuse Augusta Febr. 26 Independent
March 4 Augusta Naples March 5 VN 25 Convoy available at VN convoys
(external link)
March 21 Naples Unknown port
Apr. 2 Naples Augusta(?*) Apr. 3 NV 30 Convoy available at NV convoys
(external link)
*Compare w/Page 5
Apr. 6 Bizerta Philippeville Apr. 8 MKS 45 A. Hague says:
Probably this convoy.
Convoy will be added.
See ships in MKS convoys
Apr. 9 Philippeville Algiers Apr. 11 Notional sailing date.
Apr. 27 Algiers Augusta May 1 KMS 48 Algiers to Augusta.
Convoy will be added.
See ships in KMS convoys
May 2 Augusta Torre Annunzio May 3 VN 37 Convoy available at VN convoys
(external link)
Again, see also Page 5
May 7 Torre Annunziata Naples
May 16 Naples Maddalena Escorted Later arrived Algiers June 6
(Page 5).
June 8 Algiers Bone June 9 KMS 52 Algiers to Bone.
Convoy will be added.
See ships in KMS convoys
June 15 Bizerta Cagliari June 16 TC 17 Had arrived Bizerta, June 15
(Page 5).
Convoy available at TC convoys
(external link)
See also Page 5
June 26 Bizerta Augusta June 30
July 5 Augusta Barletta July 7 AH 53 Convoy available at AH convoys
(external link)
July 10 Barletta Brindisi July 10 Independent
Aug. 6 Bari Ancona Aug. 7 Escorted
Aug. 12 Ancona Bari Aug. 13 Escorted See also Page 6
Aug. 22 Brindisi Barletta Aug. 22 Independent
Aug. 25 Barletta Ancona Aug. 28 Independent Left Ancona Sept. 1
(Page 6).
Sept. 16 Barletta Ancona Sept. 17 Escorted
Sept. 21 Ancona Bari Sept. 22 Escorted
Sept. 24 Bari Brindisi Sept. 24 Independent
Sept. 30 Brindisi Barletta Oct. 1 Independent
Oct. 4 Barletta Ancona Independent
Oct. 8 Ancona Brindisi Oct. 10 Escorted
Oct. 26 Brindisi Augusta Oct. 28 HA 75 Convoy available at HA convoys
(external link)
Oct. 30 Augusta Oran Nov. 5
Nov. 10 Oran Augusta Nov. 15
Nov. 19 Augusta Barletta Nov. 22 AH 80 Convoy available at AH convoys
(external link)
Dec. 4 Barletta Brindisi Dec. 5 Independent
Dec. 11 Brindisi Bari Independent Page 6 gives arrival Dec. 12.
Dec. 13 Bari Ancona Dec. 17 Independent
Dec. 23 Ancona Algiers Dec. 30 Escorted
1945 Jan. 9 Algiers Bone Jan. 11 Independent
Jan. 26 Bone Alexandria Febr. 2 Independent
March 1 Alexandria Augusta March 6 Independent
March 6 Augusta Brindisi March 8 Independent
March 13 Brindisi Piraeus March 16 Independent
March 16 Piraeus Salonika March 18 Independent
March 22 Salonika Unknown Port* March 24 Independent *Page 6 gives arrival Alexandria, March 25.
March 30 Unknown Port* Augusta Apr. 4 Independent (*Alexandria)
Apr. 4 Augusta Marseilles Apr. 7 Independent
Apr. 10 Marseilles Algiers Apr. 12 Independent
Apr. 15 Algiers Tripoli, Libya Apr. 19 Independent
Apr. 21 Tripoli, Libya Alexandria Apr. 25 Independent
Apr. 30 Alexandria Augusta May 4 Independent
May 4 Augusta Brindisi May 6 Independent
May 24 Brindisi Ancona May 26 Independent
May 26 Ancona Venice May 29 AV 1 Convoy available via this page
(external link)
? May 28 Ancona Venice May 29 Independent
June 4 Venice Ancona June 5 Independent
June 6 Ancona Brindisi June 8 Independent
June 10 Brindisi Naples June 13 Independent Subsequent voyages, Page 7

 Some Convoy Voyages: 
For information on voyages made in between those mentioned here, please see the documents received from the Norwegian archives and A. Hague's Voyage Record above. Follow the convoy links provided for more details; the Commodore's notes are also available for some of them, and several Norwegian ships took part.

For more information on the OB convoys mentioned on this page, please see the links in the Voyage Record.

From Page 1 of the archive documents, we learn that Ingertre was on her way from Chicama (via Cristobal) to New York when war broke out in Norway on Apr. 9-1940. She arrived New York on Apr. 10, and appears to have remained there for over a month; departure is given as May 16, when she proceeded to St. Nazaire, with arrival June 4. She managed to escape St. Nazaire later that month (as the last ship to leave), during the chaotic days of evacuations from France. No pilot or tugs were to be found, but the captain was able to maneuvre the ship out without, just as the Germans marched into the city(?), and arrived safely in the U.K. (the archive document gives arrival Falmouth, June 21; I believe that's the date the Germans occupied St. Nazaire?).

In Aug.-1940, she's listed, together with the Norwegian Berto, Corvus, Loke, Ringhorn, Thermopylæ and Vilja, in Convoy OB 193, which originated in Liverpool on Aug. 4 and dispersed on the 7th, Ingertre arriving Lunenburg on Aug. 18 (she had started out from Milford Haven on Aug. 4). She later proceeded to Halifax and Sydney, C.B. (Cape Breton), and from there, she joined the slow Convoy SC 4 on Sept. 10. Ingertre was bound for Hull with a cargo of pit props, and appears to have been cancelled from the faster Convoy HX 72, in which Simla and several others were sunk (follow the links for details). She arrived Hull, via Clyde and Methil Roads, on Oct. 7. The following month, she shows up in Convoy OB 244, which lost several ships. Her destination is given as Sydney, C. B. and she had station 93, having sailed from Oban on Nov. 18. The convoy was dispersed on Nov. 22, and Ingertre arrived her destination on Dec. 6. A few days later, she continued to St. John, N.B., remaining there for a month, before leaving for Halifax on Jan. 15-1941 - again, see Page 1.

With a cargo of pit props for West Hartlepool, she headed back to the U.K. in Convoy SC 20 from Halifax on Jan. 22-1941 (as will be seen when following the link, this convoy also lost several ships). In March, she's listed in Convoy OB 300, originating in Liverpool on March 20, dispersed March 26, Ingertre arriving Halifax on Apr. 8, continuing to St. John, N.B. that same day; according to the archive document mentioned above, she had started out from Loch Ewe on March 22. Jenny and Ranja are also listed. On Apr. 29, she joined Convoy SC 30 from Halifax, cargo of lumber for Hull, where she arrived May 24. The Commodore's narrative is also available for this convoy. In June, she's listed (with Hjalmar Wessel and Velma) in Convoy OB 333, which originated in Liverpool on June 10 and dispersed on the 21st, Ingertre arriving Clarke City on June 30 (having sailed from Oban on June 11).

According to Arnold Hague, she returned to the U.K. with a cargo of pulp in Convoy SC 37*, departing Sydney, C.B. on July 12 - her voyages in this peridod are shown on Page 2. The following month, we find her in station 84 of the westbound North Atlantic Convoy ON 7; her destination is given as St. John's, N.F., where she arrived on Aug. 29, the convoy having been dispersed a few days before. A. Hague later has her returning in Convoy SC 47*, departing Sydney, C.B. on Sept. 29. Eglantine was among the escorts for a while - see SC convoy escorts. In Nov.-1941, she made a voyage to Tampa, having sailed in Convoy ON 35, which was dispersed on Nov. 27, Ingertre arriving Tampa on Dec. 9. See also the Commodore's narrative. Her last Trans-Atlantic voyage that year was made in Convoy SC 62 from Sydney, C.B. on Dec. 27, cargo of phosphates for Tees. Montbretia and Rose are named among the escorts.

In Febr.-1942, she joined the westbound Convoy ON 68* (Tyr was sunk), which originated in Liverpool on Febr. 19 and for which Evanger served as Commodore Vessel. Ingertre sailed from Loch Ewe that day and arrived St. John's, N.F. on March 5. On Apr. 11, she went back in the other direction again with Convoy SC 79 from Halifax, cargo of timber for Newport, where she arrived Apr. 28, and the following month, she's listed in the westbound Convoy ON 94*, which originated in Liverpool on May 12 and arrived Halifax May 25 (Evanger again served as Commodore Vessel) - Ingertre had started out from Milford Haven on May 11 - see Page 3. In June, she joined Convoy SC 88 from Sydney, C.B., cargo of lumber for Immingham, with arrival July 6. Montbretia and Rose are again named among the escorts, as are Acanthus and Potentilla. Later that month, Ingertre can be found in the westbound Convoy ON 114*, originating in Liverpool on July 19 (Commodore in Bonneville). Ingertre sailed from Loch Ewe that day and arrived Halifax Aug. 3, heading back across the Atlantic again on Aug. 29 in Convoy SC 98 from Halifax, cargo of steel and pulp for Rochester, wehre she arrived (via various other ports) Sept. 21 - see Page 4. It'll also be noticed that she subsequently appears to have spent quite a long time in Immingham, where she arrived Sept. 28; departure is given as Oct. 31 (A. Hague indicates she had previously been involved in a collision, perhaps repairs were necessary?).

About a week later, she joined the westbound Convoy ON 144*. Eglantine, Montbretia (sunk - follow the link for details), Potentilla and Rose were again among the escorts. This convoy originated in Liverpool on Nov. 7 and arrived New York Nov. 27, but Ingertre joined from Oban and stopped at Halifax on Nov. 25, later joining Convoy ON 146* from there, arriving New York on Dec. 9 (this convoy had started out in Liverpool Nov. 15).

Her subsequent voyages are shown on Page 4 and Page 5; convoy information for some of these is available in the Voyage Record. As will be seen, she did not go back to the U.K. again until Sept. 3-1943, when we find her in Convoy SC 141 from Halifax, cargo of lumber for Tyne.

Ingertre is mentioned in Convoy OS 62/KMS 36, which originated in Liverpool on Dec. 15-1943 (she sailed from Oban Dec. 16). Her destination is given as Sicily, and she's listed in the Gibraltar portion of the convoy (KMS 36*), which arrived there on Jan. 3-1944, the convoy having split up the day before (the OS portion continued to Freetown). Note, however, that according to A. Hague, she returned to port, arriving Clyde on Dec. 23, and did not leave the U.K. until Jan. 8-1944, when she sailed to Gibraltar, with arrival Jan. 18, remaining in that part of the world for a long time. She's listed in Convoy KMS 39*, voyage Oran to Augusta, where she arrived on Febr. 3, having left Oran on Jan. 29, according to A. Hague (note that Page 5 does not mention Oran at this time). In Apr.-1944, she made a voyage from Bizerta to Philippeville, having sailed in Convoy MKS 45*. She arrived Philippeville on Apr. 8, subsequently proceeding to Algiers, where she arrived Apr. 11. From there, she later joined Convoy KMS 48* in order to sail to Augusta, arriving May 1. She's also included in Convoy KMS 52* in June, voyage from Algiers to Bone - again, see Page 5 of the archive documents, as well as Hague's Voyage Record above for departure and arrival dates in this period. Page 6 has the rest of her 1944 voyages and some of her 1945 voyages, which continue on Page 7.

* The ON convoys are available and will be added to individual pages in my Convoys section in due course. In the meantime, the ships sailing in them (and escorts) are named in the section listing ships in all ON convoys. As will be seen, they all had several Norwegian ships. The entire SC series will also be updated and completed - see ships in all SC convoys. Additionally, all the KMS convoys and MKS convoys will be added, but for now, please see ships in KMS convoys and ships in MKS convoys.

For more information on all the other Norwegian ships mentioned on this page, please see the alphabet index below, or go to the Master Ship Index.


Went ashore in fog, at Alkhornet, at the entrance to Isfjord on Oct. 16-1949. Salvage was impossible (Charles Hocking).

Back to Ingertre on the "Ships starting with I" page.

The company had previously had another Ingertre, built 1920, 3088 gt, went ashore at Trefodskjær, south of Florø on Jan. 12-1936, slid off and sank.

The text on this page was compiled with the help of: "Nortraships flåte", J. R. Hegland, Roger W. Jordan - and misc.


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