She was ordered by a Dutch owner who cancelled the delivery. The shipyard sold her to Sota y Aznar, leaving the yard already as Agire-Mendi.
On the Civil War she was under republican control until being seized on 11/April/1937 by the auxiliary cruiser Ciudad de Palma during a trip from
Havana to Rotterdam. Since then she was managed by the Gerencia de Buques Mercantes Incautados until returned back to her owners. She was scrapped on 1959.