Isla de Tenerife - Collection C. Kleiss
She was the second by the left
        In 1921 the Sociedad Española de Construcción Naval built two sister ships, the Mar Negro y Mar Adriatico, for Compañía Marítima del Nervión. In 1928 they were bought by Trasmediterránea and renamed Isla de Tenerife and Isla de Gran Canaria. This last one was seized during the Civil War by the Soviet Union, not being recovered. The Isla de Tenerife continued owned by Trasmediterránea until scrapped in 1964.
Shipyard / Year S.E.C.N. - Sestao / 1921
Dead weight 5,450 MT
Gross register 5,334 GRT
Passengers 154
Length 113.0 mtr
Breadth 14.6 mtr
Depth 10,6 mtr
Propulsion Reciprocating triple expansion
Power 2,700 H.P.
Speed 12 knots
Scrapped Bilbao - 1964

Isla de Tenerife - Collection C. Kleiss
Berthed at Santander downtown
She can be seen, partially, on the lower left. The small coaster was the Chonga, owned by Vapores Costeros.

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