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Maestrin
Maestrin by T. Diedrich

Shipyard / Year Ast. del Cantábrico / 1955
Dead Weight 453 MT
Gross Register 380 GRT
Length 49.5 mtr
Breadth 8.6 mtr
Depth 3.2 mtr
Propulsion Diesel Engine
Power 540 H.P.
Sold 1968 to
Owner Naviera Rivadeluna
Scrapped 1982



Toralin
Toralin by T. Diedrich

Toralin - Collection C. Kleiss
      Berthed at Torrevieja loading salt. Checking this photo with the above can be seen that the accomodation exterior passageways were closed by welding steel plates.
      On July 1971 she was sold to Mercedes Luna Soberano e Hijos - Naviera Rivadeluna.
Shipyard / Year Ast. del Cantábrico / 1957
Dead Weight 923 MT
Gross Register 666 MT
Length 57.4 mtr
Breadth 8.6 mtr
Depth 3.3 mtr
Propulsion Diesel engine
Power 773 H.P.
Sold 1971 to
Owner Naviera Rivadeluna
Sunk 1972

Toralin - Supplied by J.C. Valdés
      On 6th/December/1972, arriving to Avilés, she grounded on the San Juan de Nieva beach breakwater, that was under construction.
Toralin by J.C. Valdés
      Most of cargo was recovered, mainly granite, tyres and rubber hoses, from Bilbao to Oran. The winter storm were demolishing her until scrapped on May/1974.
Toralin by J.C. Valdés
      Due to the scrapping delay, due to the winter storms and bureaucracy, part of the ship remained under the breakwater that was constructed. On June/2004 the breakwater was demolished, and the remaining parts removed.
Toralin - Collection L. Santa Olaya
ABC - 4/February/1973



Golondrin
Golondrin by T. Diedrich

Shipyard / Year Ast. del Cantábrico / 1957
Dead Weight 310 MT
Gross Register 284 MT
Length 40.4 mtr
Breadth 7.2 mtr
Depth 2.8 mtr
Propulsion Diesel engine
Power 300 H.P.
Sold 1968 to
Owner Antonio Armas Curbelo
Scrapped 1982

Golondrin - Collection J.C. Díaz Lorenzo



Monte Berretin
Monte Berretin por T. Diedrich
        Launched as Monte Tres for Naviera Aznar although she left the shipyard as Monte Berretin, that kept when Vapores Suardíaz was her owner. She was bought on 1968 and sold on 1982 to a Panamanian shipping company. After several owners and names she was scrapped on 1992.
        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 Monte Tres and Monte Cuatro were also renamed before their delivery as Monte Berretin and Monte Balerdi.
Shipyard/Year Juliana Gijonesa / 1965
Dead Weight 1.933 MT
Gross Register 1.165 GRT
Length 74,7 mtr
Breadth 10,8 mtr
Depth 5,8 mtr
Propulsion Diesel engine
Power 1,230 H.P.
Bought 1968 to
Owner Naviera Aznar
Sold 1984 to
Owner Naviera Miravalles - Panamá
Scrapped 1992



Monte Balerdi
Monte Balerdi por T. Diedrich
        Launched as Monte Cuatro for Naviera Aznar left the shipyard as Monte Balerdi, also kept with Vapores Suardíaz. Like her sister was bought on 1968 and sold to a Panamanian shipping company on 1982. She was scrapped on 1990, but before she was during short time used for radio broadcasting close to Honduras.
Shipyard/Year Juliana C. Gijonesa / 1965
Dead Weight 1.933 MT
Gross Register 1.165 GRT
Length 74,7 mtr
Breadth 10,8 mtr
Depth 5,8 mtr
Propulsion Diesel engine
Power 1,230 H.P.
Bought 1968 to
Owner Naviera Aznar
Sold 1982 to
Owner N.M. Arroyo Frío - Panamá
Scrapped 1990



Monte Balerdi - Collection C. Kleiss
On this photo one of then was at Vigo, with the Suardíaz funnel.
Mouro - Collection C. Kleiss



Nuria Alsina
Nuria Alsina - Photo supplied by E. de Cusa



Rivademar
Rivademar by T. Diedrich

Shipyard / Year Cantábrico / 1970
Dead Weight 8,814 MT
Length 130.9 mtr
Breadth 17.6 mtr
Depth 9.0 mtr
Propulsion B&W 6-50VT2BF-110
Power 4,600 H.P.



Sancho Panza
Sancho Panza by T. Diedrich



Roline
Roline by A. Mantilla
Arriving to Algeciras on March 2005. Few months later, on September, was scrapped in Turkey.
Shipyard/Year Asticon/ 1980
Dead Weight 3,734 MT
Length 101.5 mtr
Breadth 16.7 mtr
Depth 11.0 mtr
Propulsion Diesel engine
Power 5,600 H.P.
Bought 1982
Scrapped 2005
      She was built as Guadalen for Naviera Crú, owned by the group Euroflot but embargoed by the Banco de Crédito Industrial on 1980, the same year of building, transfered to the Sociedad de Gestión de Buques and renamed Tomas Guardia. She was bought on 1982 by Vapores Suardíaz and renamed Roline.


Rivagijon
Rivagijon - Photo supplied by J.C. González



Rivanervion
Rivanervion -Photo supplied by J.C. González



Rivanalon
Rivanalon - Photo supplied by J.C. González



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