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The Fleets

The Bergen Steamship Company / Det Bergenske Dampskibsselskab (Bergen Line)

The Bergen Steamship Company (Det Bergenske Dampskibsselskab) was founded in 1851 to run a service between Bergen, Stavanger, Kristiansand and Hamburg or Altona. Services later expanded and eventually became world wide. In 1907 the Dutch owned Norwegian Steamship Company was taken over with their three ships and a Bergen - Rotterdam service commenced. The same year Vestlandske Lloyd, Bergen was purchased jointly with Nordenfjeldske and the fleet of four ships divided between the two companies. This acquisition enabled Bergen Line to operate a service to Iceland. The Norwegian South American Line was set up in 1913 as a joint operation between Bergen Line, Otto Thoresen Line and Nordenfjeldske to sail between Norway, Rio de Janeiro, Santos and Buenos Aires. This service ceased in 1980. Between 1921 and 1961 Canada Steamship Lines operated a Canada - Europe service with ships on long term charter from Norwegian companies, one of which was Bergen Line. The tanker trade was entered in 1951 and lasted until 1979. The company also operated cruise ships from 1921 until 1971. They then set up the Royal Viking Line in partnership with Nordenfjeldske to operate cruise liners. In 1984 Bergen Line was taken over by the Anders Jahre controlled Kosmos Line, but continued to operate as a company to manage the Norway - Newcastle route ferries.

. . . see also the additional separate listing for the Feeder Ships to Newcastle

Many thanks to Ted Finch for his assistance in collecting this data. The following list was extracted from various sources. This is not an all inclusive list but should only be used as a guide. If you would like to know more about a vessel, visit the Ship Descriptions (onsite) or Immigrant Ship web site.

Funnel:
Black with three widely spaced narrow white bands.

Fleet:

Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Algol 1896 ex- Dania, 1915 purchased from Swedish Lloyd, Gothenburg renamed Algol, 1917 torpedoed and sunk by U.Boat. 988
Ara (1) 1882 ex- Kong Ring, 1913 purchased from Sondenfjeldsje Norske, Christiania renamed Ara, 1917 destroyed by fire at sea. 1,124
Ara (2) 1919 ex- Bois, 1921 purchased from B. Hanssen, Skien renamed Ara, 1948 sold to A. F. Bjornstad, Tvedestrand renamed Bjornvik. 965
Ara (3) 1954 1973 sold to Ellen Forland, Norway renamed Seis Mariner. 1,200
Arcturus (1) 1910 1939 torpedoed and sunk by U.Boat off Scotland; loss of 9 lives. 1,277
Arcturus (2) 1947 1958 sold to D/S Nordenfjeldske, Trondheim renamed Atle Jarl. 1,333
Ariadne 1930 1940 bombed and sunk by German air attack off Tromso; loss of 9 lives 2,028
Astrea (1) 1900 1910 stranded and sank off Floro. 765
Astrea (2) 1939 1945 purchased from Stockholms Rederi Svea, 1967 sold to P/f Skipafelagid Foroyar, Thorshavn renamed Tjaldur. 3,190
Astrea (3) 1979 1985 transferred to K/S Norwegian Transport Services A/S. 1,599
Bergen (1) 1852 1871 wrecked at Mandal. 476
Bergen (2) 1873 1908 purchased from Vestlandske Lloyd, Bergen, 1909 sold to T. Kyvik, Haugesund renamed Ryvingen. 386
Bergen Juno 1972 chartered from Sea Containers, London, 1977 renamed Lahneck, 1978 sold to Honduras renamed Tarros Gage. 1,599
Brant County (1) 1915 ex- Lennep (German Australian Line), war reparations, 1921 purchased from Coull & Sons, Newcastle renamed Brant County, chartered to Canada SS Co, 1943 torpedoed and sunk by U.Boat in Atlanticl oss of 36 lives. 5,289
Brant County (2) 1944 ex- Carl Oftedal, 1946 purchased from U.S. Maritime Commission renamed Brant County, 1954 sold to Switzerland renamed Matang. 7,176
Canis (1) 1911 ex- John Knudsen, 1914 purchased from J. A. Knudsen, Haugesund renamed Canis, 1917 torpedoed and sunk by U.Boat off Holmengraa. 526
Canis (2) 1888 ex- Sophus Magdalon, 1922 purchased from S. Kabrs, Bergen renamed Canis, 1948 sold to I. Christiansund, Fredriksstad renamed Einvika. 934
Canis (3) 1969 1979 sold to Det Stavangerske D/S, Stavanger renamed Haukeli. 497
Canis (4) 1980 1985 transferred to K/S Norwegian Transport Services A/S. 1,995
Canopus 1948 1965 sold to Italy renamed Citta di Marsiglia. 1,334
Capella (1) 1885 1943 sold to Brodrene Andersen, Stavanger renamed Hillevag. 877
Capella (2) 1945 1962 aground near Klovningen, total loss. 938
Carina (1) 1944 ex- Poinsett, 1947 purchased from U.S. Maritime Commission renamed Carina, 1952 sold to Korea renamed Masan. 3,860
Carina (2) 1960 1968 sold to Skibs A/S Karlander, Fredrikstad renamed Djatibarang. 7,050
Castor (1) 1875 ex- Rugenwalde, 1887 purchased from Hemptenmacher & Co, Rugenwalde renamed Castor, 1905 wrecked. 512
Castor (2) 1909 1915 mined and sunk off Elbe estuary. 1,313
Castor (3) 1920 ex- Rodfaxe, 1922 purchased from Steenburg & Co, Copenhagen renamed Castor, 1948 sold to G. Anderssen, Kokkola renamed Tankar. 1,682
Castor (4) 1951 1960 sold to Norskbraenobelolie D/S renamed Norsk Skald. 11,144
Centaurus 1948 1963 sold to Italy renamed Citta di Genova. 1,334
Ceres 1895 ex- Lerfos, 1907 purchased from Burger & Zoon, Rotterdam renamed Ceres, 1935 scrapped. 658
Clio (1) 1923 1946 sold to Soc. Anon. Gerance et d'Armement, Rouen renamed Ogooue. 556
Clio (2) 1939 ex- Bremnes, 1946 purchased from Norwegian Government renamed Clio, 1963 sold to Greece renamed Panorea. 4,558
Clio (3) 1968 ex- Vibran Elin, 1969 purchased from Knut Knutsen, Haugesund renamed Clio, 1972 sold renamed Havtind. 199
Columba (1) 1921 ex- Granit, 1923 purchased from Harald Grenske, Skien renamed Columba, 1928 sold to British Columbia Cement Co renamed Island King. 584
Columba (2) 1929 1955 sold to Henry & Vang Rederi, Haugesund renamed Henry Vang. 1,118
Cometa (1) 1912 ex- Florentine, 1914 purchased from R. A. Sanderson & Co, Manchester renamed Cometa, 1920 wrecked near Paranagua. 1,762
Cometa (2) 1921 1940 torpedoed and sunk by U.Boat off the Shetland Isles. 3,793
Cometa (3) 1941 completed as submarine depot ship for Germany, 1946 returned to Bergen Line, 1970 sold to Singapore renamed Timur Endeavour. 5,125
Cometa (4) 1952 ex- Belgrano, 1976 taken over from Fred Olsen Line renamed Cometa, 1977 sold to Greece renamed Demetrios C. 4,430
Cometa (5) 1981 1985 transferred to K/S Norwegian Transport Services A/S. 1,996
Concordia Crusader   see Crux (3)  
Corvus (1) 1902 ex- Konigsberg, 1908 purchased from Vestlandske Lloyd, Bergen renamed Corvus, 1914 requisitioned by Britain, 1918 wrecked near Lizard Light. 570
Corvus (2) 1920 1945 torpedoed and sunk by U.Boat off the Lizard. 1,317
Corvus (3) 1947 1968 sold to Greece renamed Manina. 1,333
Crux (1) 1923 1940 torpedoed and sunk by U.Boat west of Gibraltar. 3,828
Crux (2) 1944 ex- Cape Faro, 1947 purchased from U.S. Maritime Commission renamed Crux, 1954 sold to Skibs A/S Golden West renamed Grey Master. 5,170
Crux (3) 1956 1964 renamed Sunrise, 1968 renamed Concordia Crusader, 1969 renamed Crux, 1969 sold to Greece renamed Pacific Clif. 4,429
Crux (4) 1958 ex- Cap Domingo, 1970 purchased from Hamburg South America Line renamed Crux, 1973 sold to Yugoslavia renamed Marko Polo. 3,157
Cygnus (1) 1921 1940 torpedoed and sunk by British submarine in North Sea. 1,333
Cygnus (2) 1940 1953 sold to T. Lykke, Trondheim renamed Ila. 1,348
Cygnus (3) 1962 1970 sold to Singapore renamed Neptune Agate. 4,515
Delfinus (1) 1912 1940 torpedoed and sunk off Jaeren. 1,293
Delfinus (2) 1948 1970 sold to Ocean Transport Co, Bergen renamed Fanafjord 1,334
Deneb (1)   see Nordstjernen (2)  
Deneb (2) 1906 ex- Ulefos, 1915 purchased from A/S Manchester (T. Thoresen), Christiania renamed Deneb, 1934 sold to Achille Lauro, Naples renamed Brundusium. 1,230
Deneb (3) 1942 1964 sold to Egil Paulsen, Fredrikstad renamed Slensvik. 936
Deneb (4) 1969 1974 renamed Kornews Service, 1981 sold to Bergenske Pulp & Paper Carriers A/S. 498
Diana (1) 1904 1940 went missing on voyage Milford Haven to Plymouth; loss of 17 lives. 1,154
Diana (2) 1948 1967 sold to Egil Paulsen, Fredrikstad renamed Sletbay. 1,334
Draco (1) 1900 ex- Smaragd, 1911 purchased from Lauritz Kloster, Stavanger renamed Draco, 1930 sold to A. Anderssen, Bergen renamed Benedicte. 429
Draco (2) 1948 1969 sold to Greece renamed Hereon. 1,334
Dvina 1922 ex- Svane, 1923 purchased from Bergen Lloyd renamed Dvina, 1928 transferred to Russian registry. 1,772
Edna (1) 1908 ex- Ernst, 1915 purchased from A. Frick, Gothenburg renamed Edna, 1921 sold to Sarmacja SS Co, Danzig renamed Wisla. 633
Edna (2) 1905 ex- Kjell, 1922 purchased from H. H. Gjertsen, Christiania renamed Edna, 1946 scrapped. 914
Estrella (1) 1913 ex- Sanwarine, 1914 purchased from R. A. Sanderson & Co, Manchester renamed Estrella, 1917 requisitioned by Britain, 1918 mined and sunk off Harwich. 1,757
Estrella (2) 1920 ex- Athene, 1921 purchased fom K. Salvesen, Kragero renamed Estrella, 1937 sold to A/S Rederiet Odfjell, Bergen. 5,154
Estrella (3) 1961 1978 sold to Uruguay renamed Estrella del Mar. 5,659
Finmarken 1864 1898 wrecked. 565
Flora 1899 ex- Olaf Kyrre, 1907 purchased from Burger & Zoon, Rotterdam renamed Flora, 1917 torpedoed and sunk by U.Boat off Shetlands. 818
Ganger Rolf 1856 1876 purchased from Sondenfjeldske Norske D/S, Christiania, 1878 wrecked. 656
Hector 1903 1917 torpedoed and sunk by U.Boat off Flamborough Head. 1,156
Hera 1889 ex- Juno, 1899 purchased from Wilson Line, Hull renamed Hera, 1931 wrecked near Hammerfest; loss of 6 lives. 1,079
Herkules 1909 1914 requisitioned by Britain, 1917 torpedoed and sunk by U.Boat off Whitby. 1,295
Iris (1) 1901 ex- Ingerid, 1907 purchased from Burger & Zoon, Rotterdam renamed Iris, 1944 struck rock and sank. 1,213
Iris (2) 1954 1967 sold to Panama renamed Ibis. 2,863
Iris (3) 1966 ex- Helenia, 1969 purchased from Salenrederi A/B, Gothenburg renamed Iris, 1982 sold to K/S Nord Poolen. 491
Irma (1) 1905 1944 torpedoed and sunk by Norwegian torpedo boats off Hestkjaer; loss of 61 lives 1,322
Irma (2) 1954 1968 sold to Greece renamed Virma. 6,200
Jonas Lie 1875 1884 purchased from Bergenske Nord D./S, Bergen, 1922 sold to Sarmacja SS Co renamed Danzig. 615
Juno 1875 ex- John Schoning, 1884 purchased from A. Schoning, Groto renamed Juno, 1919 scrapped. 668
Jupiter (1) 1856 1912 wrecked in Fensfjorden, north of Bergen. 652
Jupiter (2) 1915 1955 sold to Epirotiki SS Co, Greece renamed Hermes, converted to cruise ship. 2,625
Jupiter (3) 1966 jointly owned with Fred Olsen Line, 1966 renamed Black Watch, (alternated between the two names each year), 1986 sold to Norway Line / Kosmos with Bergen Line as manager. 9,499
Keret 1927 1940 torpedoed and sunk by U.Boat in Atlantic; loss of 13 lives. 1,718
Kong Carl 1868 1913 sold to Hardanger Sondhordlanske A/S, Bergen renamed Hardangerfjord. 649
Kora 1906 ex- Rosebank, 1914 purchased from Duncan & Jamieson, Wick renamed Kora, 1946 sold to Panama. 817
Kornews Express   see Sirius (3)  
Kornews Service   see Deneb (4)  
Kovda 1924 1928 transferred to Russian registry, 1960 deleted from Lloyds Register. 1,686
Leda (1) 1920 1940 seized by German Navy, 1945 sunk by Russian artillery off Stettin while repatriating refugees. 2,519
Leda (2) 1953 1974 laid up, 1977 sold to Stord Vaerft, Norway as shipyard worker accommodation ship. 6,670
Leo (1) 1924 1941 bombed and sunk by German aircraft off Isle of Lewis. 1,366
Leo (2) 1949 1968 sold to Panama renamed Kaohsiung. 1,288
Leo (3) 1965 ex- Brabantia, 1971 purchased from P. Dohle, Hamburg renamed Leo, 1981 sold to K/S Nord-Poolen, Norway. 493
Lofoten (1) 1872 1895 renamed Vesta, 1922 sold to Germany renamed Trogl. 688
Lofoten (2) 1913 1915 purchased from Vesteraalske D/S, 1918 torpedoed and sunk by U.Boat off Start Point. 942
Luna (1) 1911 1939 torpedoed and sunk by U.Boat off Stavanger. 959
Luna (2) 1947 1963 sold for scrap after grounding but sank while under tow. 937
Lupus 1891 1915 purchased from P. Lindoe, Haugesund, 1916 captured by German Navy, retained as prize. 538
Lynx (1) 1925 1944 torpedoed and sunk by British submarine. 1,366
Lynx (2) 1948 1968 sold to Panama renamed Keelung. 1,228
Lyra (1) 1905 1913 sold to Turkey renamed Biga. 700
Lyra (2) 1912 ex- Schlesien, 1925 purchased from Stettiner Dampfer A.G, Stettin renamed Lyra, 1954 sold to Sivert Bakke, Bergen renamed Nora. 1,525
Mars 1878 1924 scrapped. 594
Mercur (1) 1883 ex- Kong Dag, 1889 purchased from Det Sondenfjeldske Norske Damps., Christiania renamed Mercur, 1948 sold to Israel. 972
Mercur (2) 1946 1969 sold to Greece. 938
Meteor (1) 1906 ex- Reichenbach, 1915 purchased from German Australian Line renamed Meteor, 1916 torpedoed and sunk by U.Boat off Bishop Rock. 4,211
Meteor (2) 1904 1921 purchased from Hamburg America Line, 1940 requisitioned by Germans as hospital ship, 1942 renamed Rostock, 1942 renamed Meteor II, 1945 sunk by Russian air attack off Pillau. 3,717
Meteor (3) 1955 1971 seriously damaged by fire at Vancouver, sold to Greece renamed Zephiros, then Neptune. 2,856
Midnatsol (1) 1910 1948 renamed Sylvia, 1950 scrapped. 978
Midnatsol (2) 1949 1979 sold to Troms Fylkes D/S 1982 renamed Midnatsol II. 2,097
Mira 1891 1940 seized by Germans, 1941 shelled and sunk by HMS BEDOUIN near Narvik. 966
Neptun (1) 1890 1928 scrapped. 959
Neptun (2) 1930 1956 sold to Liberia renamed Los Incas. 1,547
Nordlys 1951 1979 sold to Troms Fylkes D/S. 2,162
Nordstjernen (1) 1855 1881 wrecked near North Cape. 519
Nordstjernen (2) 1882 1936 renamed Deneb, 1940 bombed and sunk by German aircraft. 856
Nordstjernen (3) 1937 1954 stranded and sank at Raftsund. 1,919
Nordstjernen (4) 1956 1979 sold to Troms Fylkes D/S. 2,194
Norge 1854 1855 sunk in collision with s/s BERGEN at Christiansand. 575
Nova (1) 1915 1917 mined and sunk near Girdleness. 1,034
Nova (2) 1921 1923 sold to Coast Lines, Liverpool renamed Carmarthen Coast. 972
Nova (3) 1925 1925 stranded off Jaeren, total loss. 1,581
Nova (4) 1964 1967 sold to A/S Hansen-Tangens Rederi renamed Regina. 26,620
Onega 1924 1928 transferred to Russian registry, 1945 torpedoed and sunk. 1,623
Orion 1874 1903 beached on fire at Makkaur, Finmarken. Total loss. 681
Pallas (1) 1879 1886 wrecked. 502
Pallas (2) 1881 ex- Wergeland, 1894 purchased from Harloff & Boe, Bergen renamed Pallas, 1895 wrecked. 528
Pallas (3) 1923 1940 sunk in collision with Finnish steamer. 556
Pallas (4) 1941 1964 sold to D/S Nordenfjeldske renamed Knut Jarl. 936
Pallas (5) 1968 ex- Vibran Kristin, 1969 purchased from Knut Knutsen, Haugesund renamed Pallas, 1972 sold renamed Gulltopp. 199
Polarlys (1) 1912 1940 requisitioned by Germany renamed Satan, later Tan, 1940 released, 1952 renamed Sylvia, 1952 sold to Norwegian Navy renamed Valkyrien. 1,069
Polarlys (2) 1952 1979 sold to Troms Fylkes D/S. 2,163
Pollux (1) 1882 ex- Rheinstein, 1883 purchased from Hansa Line, Hamburg renamed Pollux, 1900 lost. 1,112
Pollux (2) 1907 1917 torpedoed and sunk by U.Boat off Girdleness; loss of 18 lives. 1,196
Pollux (3) 1921 ex- Gulfaxe, 1922 purchased from Steenburg & Co, Copenhagen renamed Pollux, 1948 sold to E. Naesheim, Haugesund renamed Vardal. 1,676
Pollux (4) 1952 1960 sold to T. S. Bendixen, Lillesand renamed Seabreeze. 10,606
Pollux (5) 1973 ex- Titipor, 1983 purchased by Overture Nav., Liberia (Bergen Line, managers) from Greece renamed Pollux, 1987 sold to I. Bugge, Norway renamed Iver Hawk. 19,922
Rigel 1924 1944 bombed and sunk by Allied aircraft killing 2,500+ Russian prisoners. 3,828
Royal Viking Star 1972 jointly owned with Nordenfjeldske and Klaveness & Co. 1981 transferred to Royal Viking Line. 21,848
Saturn (1) 1904 ex- Thirlmere, 1912 purchased from Watson SS Co, Manchester renamed Saturn, 1916 torpedoed and sunk by U.Boat off Shetlands. 999
Saturn (2) 1918 ex- Arild, 1921 purchased from M. Vuamund, Christiania renamed Saturn. 1924 lost. 1,119
Saturnus (1) 1874 ex- Gota, 1878 purchased from Sweden renamed Saturnus, 1910 sold to Johnsen & Bergman, Christiania. 572
Saturnus (2) 1930 1955 sold to Samuelsen & Olsen, Oslo renamed Bergion. 995
Severoles 1922 ex- Terne, 1923 purchased from Bjornstad & Braekhus, Bergen renamed Severoles, 1939 sold to J. R. Trapp, Goteborg renamed Bohus. 1,757
Sirius (1) 1885 1940 bombed and sunk by German aircraft. 962
Sirius (2) 1941 1964 sold to Egil Paulsen, Fredrikstad renamed Slogen. 938
Sirius (3) 1970 1974 renamed Kornews Express, 1981 sold to Bergenske Pulp & Paper Carriers A/S. 498
Soroka 1926 1928 transferred to Russian registry, 1960 deleted from Lloyds Register. 1,718
Spica (1) 1923 1930 wrecked in Strait of Canso. 2,360
Spica (2) 1915 ex- Falkeid, 1934 purchased from F. N. Nordbo, Haugesund renamed Spica, 1950 sold to Alf Mortensen, Oslo renamed Inger Lise. 500
Spica (3) 1953 ex- Baron Kilmarnock, 1957 purchased from Hogarth Shipping Co renamed Spica, 1966 sold to Panama renamed Eastland Trader. 11,745
Stella Polaris 1927 1951 sold to Rederi A/B Clipper, Malmo. 5,056
Sunrise   see Crux (3)  
Sylvia (1)   see Venus (1)  
Sylvia (2)   see Midnatsol (1)  
Sylvia (3)   see Polarlys (1)  
Taurus 1902 1918 torpedoed and sunk by U.Boat off Scarborough. 1,239
Team Castor 1971 1979 sold to J. Ludwig Mowinckels Rederi, Bergen renamed Hada. 18,673
Team Pollux 1971 1979 sold to Wallem Steckmest, Bergen renamed Solviken. 18,673
Team Vesta 1971 1979 sold to J. Ludwig Mowinckels Rederi, Bergen renamed Borga. 18,651
Tellus 1925 1955 sold to Sivert Bakke, Bergen renamed Tella. Kem 1925 1705 tons, 1940 mined and sunk in Baltic. 934
Thor 1867 1871 purchased, 1898 sold to F. Konow, Bergen. 371
Uranus (1) 1874 ex- Svea, 1878 purchased from Sweden renamed Uranus, 1889 wrecked. 497
Uranus (2) 1880 ex- Unita, 1894 purchased from M. A. Schjelderp, Bergen renamed Uranus, 1924 scrapped. 599
Uranus (3) 1925 1948 wrecked at Stakesund. 934
Uranus (4) 1955 1972 sold to Sierra Leone renamed Mabella. 1,200
Ursa (1) 1911 1948 sold to O. T. Flakke, Kristiansund renamed Rensvik. 957
Ursa (2) 1954 1973 sold to Cyprus renamed Volissos II. 1,200
Vaga 1924 1945 destroyed by Allied air attack. 1,614
Vega (1) 1895 1916 shelled and sunk by U.Boat near Stavanger. 1,164
Vega (2) 1938 1941 seized by Germany, 1945 bombed and sunk by Allied aircraft. 7287
Vega (3) 1962 1970 renamed Team Vega, 1973 sold to Denmark renamed Team Dansborg. 12,678
Vela (1) 1904 ex- Vinland, 1916 purchased from A/S Gronland, Copenhagen renamed Vela, 1929 sold to Wiese & Meidell, Bergen renamed Zephyros. 3,589
Vela (2) 1930 1944 torpedoed and sunk by British submarine. 1,180
Vela (3) 1946 1968 sold, renamed Fay. 1,333
Venus (1) 1890 1931 renamed Sylvia, 1933 scrapped. 1,067
Venus (2) 1931 1941 seized by Germany, 1945 sunk by Allied bombers at Hamburg, salved and repaired, returned to Bergen Line, 1968 scrapped. 5,406
Venus (3) 1966 jointly owned with Fred Olsen Line, 1966 renamed Black Prince, (alternated between the two names each year), 1986 sold to Fred Olsen Line as Black Prince. 9,500
Venus (4) 1974 ex- Scandinavica, 1989 purchased by Norway Line / Kosmos (Bergen Line, managers) from Stena Line renamed Venus. 9,017
Vesta (1)   see Lofoten.  
Vesta (2) 1920 ex- Skinfaxe, 1922 purchased from Steenburg & Co, Copenhagen renamed Vesta, 1948 sold to Ekerholt, Oslo renamed Reili. 1,310
Vesta (3) 1957 1968 sold to Cyprus renamed Nelson. 12,176
Zeta 1886 ex- Sovereign, 1912 purchased from Fred Olsen renamed Zeta, 1931 scrapped. 1,372

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