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CAMPSA








Campoamor
Campoamor by T. Diedrich

Campoamor - Photo supplied by J. Abrisqueta

Campoamor - Foto suministrada por F. de Murga Larena

Campoamor - Foto suministrada por F. de Murga Larena

Dead Weight 10,900 MT
Length 143.0 mtr
Breadth 18.0 mtr
Depth 10.4 mtr
Propulsion 2 diesel engines
Power 4,140 H.P.
Scrapped 1970

Campoamor - Foto suministrada por F. de Murga Larena


Campeador
Campeador - Colección de F. García Echegoyen



Campomanes
Campomanes - Photo library of T. Diedrich



Campuzano
Campuzano by T. Diedrich

Campuzano by R. Hernández



Campas
Campas by T. Diedrich



Campeche
Campeche by T. Diedrich



Campero
Campero by T. Diedrich

Dead Weight 8,267 MT
Length 125.7 mtr
Breadth 17.6 mtr
Depth 9.2 mtr
Propulsion 2 diesel engines
Power 9,950 H.P.

Campero - Photo supplied by J. Pérez-Oleaga



Tanker CAMPSA - Photo supplied by F. de Murga Larena


Tanker CAMPSA - Photo supplied by F. de Murga Larena

Tanker CAMPSA - Photo supplied by F. de Murga Larena

Tanker CAMPSA - Photo supplied by F. de Murga Larena



Campilo
Campilo by T. Diedrich

Campilo - Photo supplied by F. de Murga Larena

Campilo - Photo supplied by F. de Murga Larena

Campilo - FPhoto supplied by F. de Murga Larena



Camprodon
Camprodon by T. Diedrich



Campalans
Campalans by A. Lucas



Camposines
Camposines by T. Diedrich

Camposines - Photo supplied by J. Abrisqueta



Campanario
Campanario by T. Diedrich



Campana
Campana by T. Diedrich

Campana - Photo supplied by J. Abrisqueta
        Arriving to Pasajes on 1945. She was built on 1928 as Varg and bought on 1936 by Dampskibsselskabet Svendborg, that means Svendborg Steamship Company, that was the name than on that time had A.P. Moller-Maersk. Whilst refugee in Spain she was bought by CAMPSA and renamed Campana. She was scrapped on 1971 at Vilanova y Geltrú.
Shipyard/Year Staalskibsvit / 1928
Dead Weight 8,775 MT
Length 125.5 mtr
Breadth 16.8 mtr
Depth 9.4 mtr
Propulsion Diesel engine
Power 3,090 H.P.
Speed 11 knots
Scrapped 1971

Katrine Maersk - Collection C. Kleiss
       On this photo she was at anchor at Dársena de Galdames (Sestao) when she was yet Katrine Maersk, before she was bought by CAMPSA.
Katrine Maersk - Collection C. Kleiss



Campechano
Campechano - Photo supplied by J. Pérez-Oleaga

Dead Weight 4,200 MT
Length 115.82 mtr
Breadth 15.6 mtr
Depth 8.9 mtr
Propulsion Triple Expansion
Power 2,003 H.P.

Campechano - Photo supplied by J. Pérez-Oleaga



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