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Naviera Eco








Eco Maria
Eco Maria by F. Estrañi

Eco Maria by F. Estrañi

Eco Maria by F. Estrañi



Eco Mercedes by T. Diedrich
Eco Mercedes
Eco Mercedes by T. Diedrich



Eco Sol
Eco Sol by T. Diedrich
The Eco Luisa, Eco Sol y Eco Gabriela were built at Gijón by Astilleros Juliana Constructora Gijonesa. They were very alike.
Shipyard/Year Juliana C. Gijonesa / 1963
Dead Weight 1,873 MT
Gross Register 1,093 GRT
Length 74.7 mtr
Breadth 10.8 mtr
Depth 5.8 mtr
Propulsion Diesel engine
Power 1,230 H.P.
Sold 1975 to
Owner Maritime S.C. - Irán
Wrecked 1980

Eco Sol - Photo supplied by I. Cidrás



Eco Luisa
Eco Luisa by T. Diedrich
        She was part of a group of five coaster vessels to be delivered on 1964/66 to Naviera Aznar, built by Juliana Constructora Gijonesa. Their names would be: Monte Uno, Monte Dos, Monte Tres, Monte Cuatro y Monte Cinco, but three were sold when yet at the shipyard. They were the Monte Uno, Monte Dos and Monte Cinco, sold to Naviera Eco the first and to Naviera Vasco Gaditana the other two, renamed Eco Luisa, Puerto de Pasajes and Puerto de Cadiz respectively. The two delivered to Naviera Aznar, launched as Monte Tres and Monte Cuatro were also renamed before their delivery as Monte Berretin and Monte Balerdi, that were sold on 1968 to Vapores Suardíaz.
        The Monte Tres and Monte Cuatro were also renamed before their delivery as Monte Berretin and Monte Balerdi.
        As per above the Eco Luisa was launched as Monte Uno. On 1970 she sunk due a collision, due to fog, when sailing with Pilot up the river Elba bound to Hamburgo, but she was refloated. She was sold on 1975 to a Iranian shipping company, like her sister vessels, but on 1978 she was again flagged in Spain when bought by Gabriel Martín González, being renamed Agaete. Two years later she was transfered to Panamanian flag, with the same owner and name. She was deleted from the lists on 2011 because her existence was in doubt.
Shipyard/Year Juliana C. Gijonesa / 1964
Dead Weight 1,912 MT
Gross Register 1,113 GRT
Length 74.7 mtr
Breadth 10.8 mtr
Depth 5.8 mtr
Propulsion Diesel engine
Power 1,230 H.P.
Bought 1964 to
Owner Naviera Aznar
Sold 1975 to
Owner Maritime S.C. - Irán
Deleted 2011

Eco Luisa by T. Diedrich



Eco Gabriela
Eco Gabriela by F. Estrañi

Shipyard/Year Juliana C. Gijonesa / 1965
Dead Weight 1,943 MT
Gross Register 1,149 GRT
Length 74.7 mtr
Breadth 10.8 mtr
Depth 5.8 mtr
Propulsion Diesel engine
Power 1,230 H.P.
Sold 1975 to
Owner Maritime S.C. - Irán
Sunk 2005



Eco Ana
Eco Ana by T. Diedrich



Eco Marina
Eco Marina by F. Estrañi



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