Funnel supplied by Aingeru Astui
                         
Flag supplied by Aingeru Astui


CAMPSA








Campochico
Campochico by T. Diedrich


Camponaraya
Camponaraya by T. Diedrich



Camposilo
Camposilo by T. Diedrich


Campolara
Campolara by T. Diedrich

Campolara - Collection C. Kleiss
At Avilés, with the Alejandro Zubizarreta on the background
Shipyard / Year Ast. del Cadagua / 1965
Dead Weight 1,054 MT
GRT 711
Length 56.9 mtr
Breadth 9.7 mtr
Depth 4.5 mtr
Propulsion Alternativa Christiansen Meyer
Power 650 H.P.
Scrapped 2000

Campolara - Supplied by L. Santa Olaya
It seems that she always anchored at same place. On the background was the Llaranes.
Campolara - Supplied by L. Santa Olaya



Campotejar
Campotejar by T. Diedrich


Campolongo
Campolongo by T. Diedrich



Camposalinas
Camposalinas by A. Lucas


Campodarro
Campodarro by T. Diedrich

Campodarro - Photo supplied by J. Pérez-Oleaga



Campogenil
Campogenil - Photo supplied by J. Pérez-Oleaga



Camponalon
Camponalon by T. Diedrich



Camponavia
Camponavia by T. Diedrich
       Sunk on 26 May 1985 due to the explosion of the Petragen One at Algeciras. She was berthed at the other side of the finger pier and exploded also due to the fire from the other vessel. 12 crewmembers lost their lives, besides 14 on the Petragen One and 7 workers fron the refinery.


Campomiño
Campomiño by T. Diedrich
She was sister ship of Camponavia, and delivered the same year, 1973.
Campomiño by G. Ruiz de Zugadi
Here is close to CAMPSA berths at Santander. By her bow is the tugboat Dhos.



Campeador
Campeador - Photo supplied by J. Pérez-Oleaga


Campomayor
Campomayor by T. Diedrich

Campomayor - Photo supplied by J. Abrisqueta

Campomayor - Photo supplied by J. Abrisqueta

Campomayor - Photo supplied by J. Abrisqueta



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