“The sight is impressive because the ship is large. In addition, the ship’s auxiliary engines have been started in order to reduce sails. Now the schooner is turning in order to take off some of the sails. (…)Then it happens.” (Moisio: Sukeltajan maailma, 1996)


“The arm-thick cables did not bear the weight but broke like strings as the tugboats tried to tow the stern of the Marienborg off the rocks.” (Moisio: Sukeltajan maailma 1996)


“The story goes that she was steered to the rocks on purpose. The era of sailing ships was ending, says Arvo Hyytiä from the diving club Kokkolan Merisaukot.” (Latva-Teikari: YLE News, 20 November 2009)