| concrete basement|
White and black
| cast iron|
15.5 metres (51 ft)
| 5 nmi (9.3 km) east of Oskarshamn
cylindrical tower with balcony and lantern
Högby Lighthouse, Långe Erik, Långe Jan, Landsort
Finnrevet is a Swedish lighthouse located on a shoal about 5 nautical miles outside Oskarshamn in Europe.
The lighthouse was built in 1921 and is located on a reef just east of island Furö. The black and white tower is about 15,5 meters high. The light can be seen at a distance of 16 nmi (30 km).
The waters around island Furön are shallow and many ships have run aground in the area near the lighthouse.
Shipwrecks in the area:Schooner Charlotta wrecked east of Finnrevet 17 May 1882 in a northern gale.
Russian schooner Lotus av Libau ran aground here in 1898.
S/S Britkon, cargoship, built 1917 in Sunderland, beached at Finnrevet in November 1949. The steamship had a length of 109 meters, and broke in half after about one month grounded at the reef. The 37 men-crew were rescued by maritime pilots stationed on the nearby island Furön.
The Hans Olof was a Swedish ship grounded at the reef in due to a sudden north-eastern gale in 1950.
M/S Priwall, West German flagged cargoship beached at Finnrevet February 1, 1968 loaded with wooden goods.