Monte Arnabal - Collection C. Kleiss
Berthed at La Guaira
        In 1929 the Naviera Sota y Aznar began receiving eight sister motor ships, built by Euskalduna. They were: Axpe-Mendi, Ayala-Mendi, Altube-Mendi, Arnabal-Mendi, Aya-Mendi, Anboto-Mendi, Artza-Mendi and Araya-Mendi, renamed in 1939 as Monte Albertia, Monte Ayala, Monte Altube, Monte Arnabal, Monte Almanzor, Monte Amboto, Monte Abril y Monte Aralar respectively.
        They had 2,955 GRT, with 107.4 meters lenght, 13.9 breadth and with 6.2 depth, and 3.820 MT of cargo with maximum draft 5.9 meters. All them had a diesel engine Burmeister & Wain 4SC6SA 55/100, with 6 cylinders with 600 mm diameter and 1,060 stroke, with 1,908 HP, what gave them 11 knots consuming 4.5 MT of gasoil daily.
       The Monte Arnabal was scrapped at Bilbao in 1967.
Shipyard / Year Euskalduna / 1929
Dead weight 3,897 MT
Gross register 2,955 GRT
Length 107.4 mtr
Breadth 13.9 mtr
Depth 6.2 mtr
Propulsion Burmeister & Wain 4SC6SA 55/100
Power 1,650 H.P.
Speed 12.5 knots
Scrapped Bilbao - 1967

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