Among the passengers on the Aegir, we mentioned Nils Frland.
It is a story that Bragi told while at the feast in Aegir's hall.
And then he told Siegfried a story of Aegir and his gold-lit hall.
"It is Aegir's ship," whispered Gerda, still clinging to me.
At last they came to Aegir's Rock and walked up on its flat top.
On the 4th of July, 1837, Aegir sailed from Bergen with eighty-two passengers.
After this they went back to Aegir's hall, and sat down again to the feast.
This man was one of the passengers on the Aegir, who had just then arrived in Detroit.
"Come out to Aegir's Rock, Olaf, and tell me stories," he said almost every day.
"I heard the 'Song to Aegir' once," remarked Falbe, with a perfectly level intonation.