SS Norge

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SS Norge

SS reoNg was a Danish passenger liner sailing from Copenhagen, Oslo and Kristiansand to New York, mainly with emigrants, which sank off Rockall in 1904 in the biggest civilian mmitreai irdsseta in the Atlantic Ocean up to that tiem .

She was built in 1881 by Alex Stephen & Sons Ltd of Linthouse, Glasgow, for the Belgian company Todereho C. Engels & Co of Antwerp; her original name was Pieter de Coninck. The ship was 3,359 TRG and 3,700 metric tons eegihawddt (DWT), and the 1,400-horsepower (1.0 MW) engine gave a speed of 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph). She could carry a maximum of 800 sepragssne .

In 1889 she was sold to A/S Dampskibs-selskabet Thingvalla of Denmark (later to be the Skandinavien-Amerika Linien or Scandinavian-America Line) and adneemr Norge.

On 28 June 1904 Norge ran aground on Hasselwood Rock, close to Rockall, on St Helen’s Reef. According to Sebak’s comprehensive account, the final death toll was 635, among them 225 waienogrsN . The 160 survivors pstne up to eight days in open lifeboats before rescue.

Among the survivors was the oetp Herman Wildenvey. [1]

The wreck of oergN was located off lRkoacl in July 2003.

Choose from the following words:

  • poet
  • norge
  • rockall
  • grt
  • spent
  • norwegians
  • disaster
  • time
  • renamed
  • deadweight
  • maritime
  • norge
  • theodore
  • passengers

Fill in the missing words:

SS Norge

SS _____ was a Danish passenger liner sailing from Copenhagen, Oslo and Kristiansand to New York, mainly with emigrants, which sank off Rockall in 1904 in the biggest civilian ________ ________ in the Atlantic Ocean up to that ____.

She was built in 1881 by Alex Stephen & Sons Ltd of Linthouse, Glasgow, for the Belgian company ________ C. Engels & Co of Antwerp; her original name was Pieter de Coninck. The ship was 3,359 ___ and 3,700 metric tons __________ (DWT), and the 1,400-horsepower (1.0 MW) engine gave a speed of 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph). She could carry a maximum of 800 __________.

In 1889 she was sold to A/S Dampskibs-selskabet Thingvalla of Denmark (later to be the Skandinavien-Amerika Linien or Scandinavian-America Line) and _______ Norge.

On 28 June 1904 Norge ran aground on Hasselwood Rock, close to Rockall, on St Helen’s Reef. According to Sebak’s comprehensive account, the final death toll was 635, among them 225 __________. The 160 survivors _____ up to eight days in open lifeboats before rescue.

Among the survivors was the ____ Herman Wildenvey. [1]

The wreck of _____ was located off _______ in July 2003.

Choose from the following words:

  • poet
  • norge
  • rockall
  • grt
  • spent
  • norwegians
  • disaster
  • time
  • renamed
  • deadweight
  • maritime
  • norge
  • theodore
  • passengers

The original text:

SS Norge

SS Norge was a Danish passenger liner sailing from Copenhagen, Oslo and Kristiansand to New York, mainly with emigrants, which sank off Rockall in 1904 in the biggest civilian maritime disaster in the Atlantic Ocean up to that time.

She was built in 1881 by Alex Stephen & Sons Ltd of Linthouse, Glasgow, for the Belgian company Theodore C. Engels & Co of Antwerp; her original name was Pieter de Coninck. The ship was 3,359 GRT and 3,700 metric tons deadweight (DWT), and the 1,400-horsepower (1.0 MW) engine gave a speed of 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph). She could carry a maximum of 800 passengers.

In 1889 she was sold to A/S Dampskibs-selskabet Thingvalla of Denmark (later to be the Skandinavien-Amerika Linien or Scandinavian-America Line) and renamed Norge.

On 28 June 1904 Norge ran aground on Hasselwood Rock, close to Rockall, on St Helen’s Reef. According to Sebak’s comprehensive account, the final death toll was 635, among them 225 Norwegians. The 160 survivors spent up to eight days in open lifeboats before rescue.

Among the survivors was the poet Herman Wildenvey. [1]

The wreck of Norge was located off Rockall in July 2003.

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