Here is at Pasajes. In the poop is the structure to install tarpaulins to protect the area from the sun, and the big wheel for emergency steering. The small housing gave access to the steering gear room and some ratings cabins.
She was built as Kayeson. When bought by Naviera Vascongada she was renamed Serantes and on 1958 sold to TAC. She was scrapped at Barcelona on 1976.