SS JUNO (OHVY, LR/IMO) Valmistunut/completed 1920.3, England, Leith, Hawthorns & Co.
2100 dwt, 1590 BHP, 78.20 x 11.91 x 5.80 m.
1920.3: LORMONT, Moss S.S. Co Ltd (James Moss & Co) Liverpool. 1930: Moss Hutchison Line Ltd.
1934.6.13: JUNO, homeport Helsinki. Finska Ångfartygs Aktiebolaget, Helsinki.
1939.10.30: JUNO, enroute London - Blyth, mine explosion, sunk outside Hull, south east of Flamborough Head psn 53.45N / 00.17E. The ship's Master was Karl Nordlund with the crew of 25. Five sailors were lost, two of the crew died in the hospital. The victims were: donkeyman Runar Excell, stoker Erkki Hänninen, stoker Matti Liera, stoker Onni Perkiömäki, stoker Antti Rönkkö, stoker Onni Tervonen, stewardess Lenny Karlsson.