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Djúpavík
Djúpavík Djúpavík is a small village in the North-West of Iceland. It is located at the head of Reykjarfjörður on the Strandir coast in the Westfjords region (Vestfirðir), in the municipality of Árneshreppur.
Shipwreck in Mjóifjörður
Shipwreck in Mjóifjörður Shipwreck in Mjóifjörður
Djúpavík
Djúpavík Djúpavík is a small village in the North-West of Iceland. It is located at the head of Reykjarfjörður on the Strandir coast in the Westfjords region (Vestfirðir), in the municipality of Árneshreppur.
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.