MS ANITA (OFQF, LR/IMO) Valmistunut/Completed 1934.6, Deutschland, Königsberg, Schichau-Werke.
1470 dwt, 490 bhp, 56.70 x 10.40 x 4.33 m (particulars of the ANITA).
1934.6: MTS (Minentransportschiff) OTTER, German Navy. Mine carrier. 1944.6.20: fully loaded with mines arrived at Kirkkomaa (nowadays Kirkonmaa), off Kotka. Sovjet airforce attacked by 20 PE-2 bombers and OTTER sank, the whole mine/torpedo basement exploded and burnt. One Finnish soldier and more than ten German soldiers were killed. German plans to repair ship failed. 1944.9.14: Germans scuttled.
1950: ANITA, homeport. Jakobstads Rederi Ab — Pietarsaaren Laivavarustamo Oy (Valter Nars) Jakobstad. Valtion Metallitehdas (later Valmet) in Helsinki converted to cargo ship.
1956: PORTOS, Göteborg. Sten A.Olsson Handels A/B. Stena A/B, Göteborg. 1964: PUPI, Venice. Spiridione Lucchi. 1965: LILION, Venice. Ferdinando Tessarin.
1973: demolished in Italy