Monte Nafarrate - Collection C. Kleiss
At Searsport - Maine - United States
        She was delivered in 1945 by the German Government to Naviera Aznar as compensation for the sinking of Monte Igueldo. She was renamed Monte Nafarrate. She was sold in 1955 to Vapores Suardíaz, who renamed her Rivadeluna. In 1967 she was transferred to Naviera Rivadeluna, retaining her name. She was scrapped at Santander in 1976.
Shipyard / Year Cammell, Laird & Co. / 1919
Owner Pacific Steam Navigation Company
Name Bogota
Owner / Year G.& F. Fratelli Bozzo / 1933
Name Madda
Dead weight 7,950 MT
Gross register 5,181 GRT
Lenght 125.7 mtr
Breadth 15.9 mtr
Depth 8.6 mtr
Propulsion Reciprocating triple expansion
Power 1,610 H.P.
Incorporated 1945 from
Owner G.& F. Fratelli Bozzo
Name Madda
Sold 1955 to
Owner Vapores Suardíaz
Name Rivadeluna
Sold 1967 to
Owner Naviera Rivadeluna
Name Rivadeluna
Scrapped Santander - 1976

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