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Campazas
Campazas by T. Diedrich


Campanar
Campanar by T. Diedrich

Shipyard / Year E.N. Bazán - Ferrol / 1959
Dead weight 20,590 MT
Gross register 13,205 GRT
Length 169.4 mtr
Breadth 21.6 mtr
Depth 11.9 mtr
Propulsion Götaverken 760/1300 VG 61
Power 7,200 H.P.
Speed 14 knots
Owner (1st) Empresa Nacional Elcano
Name Compostilla
Bought 1973
Renamed Campanar
Scrapped Barcelona / 1985

Campanar by A. Lucas
On these photos can be seen details of the Campanar

CampaX by G. Ruiz de Zugadi
This photo shows one of the two previous vessels, but we don't know which one. She is berthed at Santander, to the CAMPSA berths.



Campocriptana
Campocriptana by T. Diedrich

Campocriptana - Photo library of J.L. Díaz Campa y A. Méndez


Camporrioja
Camporrioja by T. Diedrich

Dead Weight 10,049 MT
Length 136.25 mtr
Breadth 17.25 mtr
Depth 9.85 mtr
Propulsion Diesel engine
Power 4,600 H.P.

This model shows her details


Campobierzo
Campobierzo by T. Diedrich

Campobierzo - Photo library of J.L. Díaz Campa y A. Méndez


Campurdan
Campurdan - Photo supplied by J.C. Gonzalez

Campurdan - Foto suministrada por J. Pérez-Oleaga



Campodola
Campodola - Photo supplied by J.C. Gonzalez

Campodola - Photo supplied by G. Ruiz de Zugadi


Calvo Sotelo
Calvo Sotelo - Photo supplied by J. Pérez-Oleaga



Campeche
Campeche - Photo library of M. Rodríguez Aguilar

Shipyard / Year Astilleros de Mallorca / 1977
Dead weight 2,500 MT
Gross register 1,272 GRT
Length 68.5 mtr
Breadth 11.8 mtr
Depth 5.8 mtr
Propulsion 2 x Schottel + Baudouin DNP12SRM
Power 1,200 H.P.
Speed 7.5 knots
Sold 2004
Name Venebunker Uno



Campero
Campero - Photo supplied by J. Pérez-Oleaga

Shipyard / Year Astilleros de Mallorca / 1977
Dead weight 2,500 MT
Gross register 1,272 GRT
Length 68.5 mtr
Breadth 11.8 mtr
Depth 5.8 mtr
Propulsion 2 x Schottel + Baudouin DNP12SRM
Power 1,200 H.P.
Speed 7.5 knots
Sold 2005 to
Owner CIRESA
Name Spabunker Diez
Sold 2006 to
Owner Panamá - E.P.S. Inc.
Name Panabunker Cinco
Sold 2009 to
Owner Panamá - Ocean Pollution Control
Name OPC Responder



Campeon
Campeon - Photo supplied by  J.C. Gonzalez


Camponubla
Camponubla - Photo supplied by J. Pérez-Oleaga



Campante Dos
Campante Dos - Photo supplied by J. Pérez-Oleaga
Built in 1989 by Unión Naval de Levante, in Valencia. She was sold to Boluda and renamed Spabunker Nueve.


Campiz Dos
Campiz Dos - Photo supplied by J. Pérez-Oleaga
Sister ship of the previous and built by the same shipyard. It was sold to Boteros-Amarradores and renamed Savinosa. She sunk in the port of Tarragona on 2008.


Campas Dos
Campas Dos - Photo supplied by J. Pérez-Oleaga
Sister ship of the two previous but built by Astilleros Luzuriaga, at Pasajes. She was sold to Boluda and renamed Spabunker Ocho.
The main specifications of the three were:
Dead Weight 1,100 MT
Length 38.77 mtr
Breadth 9.7 mtr
Depth 4.7 mtr
Propulsion Diesel engine
Power 500 H.P.



Celache Uno
Celache Uno - Photo supplied by J. Pérez-Oleaga


Celache Dos
Celache Dos - Photo supplied by J. Pérez-Oleaga


Alcudia
Alcudia - Photo supplied by J. Pérez-Oleaga



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