Ramfos was a Norwegian 3726brt 105m cargo ship built in Sunderland in 1907. She ran onto the Håbåen rocks during a storm in October 1917. Part of the hull was cut up where she lay, and the scrap was made into nails. However the rest of the wreck is still there. Her condition is unknown, but it is reported that lumps of rust are regularly brought up by fishermen in the area to the NE of the rocks.
Photo: Jahn Breiviks Samling
Several other ships have been lost in this area over the years, including the brig Ocean which was wrecked on the Leikaren in 1867, only half a mile from where the Ramfos lies.