|Owner:||Agdesidens Rederi A/S|
|Operator:||Agdesidens Rederi / Nortraship|
|Port of registry:||Arendal|
|Fate:||Hit by a torpedo from the German submarine U-564 on 30 August 1942, and sunk the next day.|
MT Vardaas was a Norwegian oil tanker, built in 1931. It had a displacement of 12,683 DWT. Sailing for Arnt J. Mørland's shipping company and Nortraship, while on its way from Cape Town to Trinidad carrying dead freight, the ship was hit by a torpedo from the German submarine U-564 on 30 August 1942. All crew of 41 escaped in lifeboats and landed in Plymouth Bay, Tobago.
- Hegland 1976: pp. 119, 452
- Dannevig 1985: p 230
- Dannevig, Birger (1985). "Innsatsen på havet". In Dannevig, Birger (ed.). Arendalsregionens Krigshistorie (in Norwegian). Kolbjørnsvik: Leif-Tore Langemyr Forlag. ISBN 82-991313-0-8.
- Hegland, Jon Rustung (1976). Krigsseilasen under den allierte offensiv 1942-1945. Nortraships flåte (in Norwegian). 2. Oslo: Dreyer. ISBN 82-09-01261-4.
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