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The ship Garðar BA-64
The ship Garðar BA-64 The ship was built in 1912 in Norway and served as a whaling ship before it got to Iceland and was used for fishing from 1945. At first, it was a steam engine ship with masts for sails, but it was refurbished and served as a fishing ship for herring with a diesel engine. Now it lies on the beach of Skápadalur, a valley off Patreksfjörður in the West Fjords, rusting away.
The ship Garðar BA-64
The ship Garðar BA-64 The ship was built in 1912 in Norway and served as a whaling ship before it got to Iceland and was used for fishing from 1945. At first, it was a steam engine ship with masts for sails, but it was refurbished and served as a fishing ship for herring with a diesel engine. Now it lies on the beach of Skápadalur, a valley off Patreksfjörður in the West Fjords, rusting away.
The ship Garðar BA-64
The ship Garðar BA-64 The ship was built in 1912 in Norway and served as a whaling ship before it got to Iceland and was used for fishing from 1945. At first, it was a steam engine ship with masts for sails, but it was refurbished and served as a fishing ship for herring with a diesel engine. Now it lies on the beach of Skápadalur, a valley off Patreksfjörður in the West Fjords, rusting away.