N.B. This vessel appears in most UK records, incorrectly, as the Ingerborg.
The Ingeborg, a steel hulled steamship laden with a general cargo, 1207 GRT, 73.07 L x 10.84 B x 4.39 D metres, 98 hp (nominal), two boilers, built 1917 A/S Kjøbenhavns Flydedok & Skibsverft, Copenhagen, Denmark, Yard No. 133, owner Dmpsk. Ve Sternavet or A/S Dampsk. Selsk. Vesterhavet (J. Lauritzen), (the available records are in dispute), Esbjerg, Denmark, registered in Esbjerg, Denmark, Captain K. Neilsen.
This vessel in passage from Gotherburg, Sweden, for Rouen, France, via Bergen, Norway, in convoy, when she was torpedoed by the German submarine U 94, Captain Alfred Saalwächter, at 0615 on July 29th 1917, a position stated as 60.16N, 01.25E, which falls very approximately 85 miles E by N of Lerwick, or 75 E by S of Out Skerries. The torpedo struck in the vicinity of No. 3 hatch, and she sank within five minutes. All of the crew were saved. The first boat away capsized, but the second launched successfully and collected some of those is the water, before all were quickly picked up by convoy escorts.