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Sierra Jara
Sierra Jara by Teo Diedrich
      She was bought on 1972 to Clemente Campos where was the second Mirenchu. On 1980 she was sold to a Panamanian shipping company and and renamed Acmi. On 1981 she grounded at River Berbice, in Guyana, and the hull was broken due to the tides. After refloated she was declared constructive total loss and towed to Santo Domingo. Although declared CTL she was repaired and was again in service on 1983 as Altair I. On 1992 she was renamed Galazio Kyma and on 1992 Antares, keeping all time the Panamanian flag. She was disabled on 1993, and on 1995 she was scuttled close to Pascagoula as a fishing reef.
Shipyard/Year Euskalduna / 1968
Dead Weight 6,386 MT
Length 118.0 mtr
Breadth 16.3 mtr
Depth 8.1 mtr
Propulsion MAN G10V52/74
Power 4,310 H.P.
Sold 1980



Cometa
Cometa by T. Diedrich

Shipyard/Year Ascon - Meira
Dead Weight 1,881 MT
Gross Register 1,066 GRT
Length 79.3 mtr
Breadth 14.4 mtr
Depth 8.4 mtr
Propulsion Werkspoor 6TM410
Power 3,150 H.P.
Sold 1973



Sierra Guadarrama
Sierra Guadarrama by Fran García

Shipyard / Year Lorenzo-Vigo / 1978
Dead Weight 2,480 MT
Length 97.6 mtr
Breadth 13.6 mtr
Depth 7.3 mtr
Propulsion Deutz RBV8M358
Power 2,600 H.P.
Speed 13 knots

Sierra Guadarrama - Foto suministrada por I. Fernández Meana



Sierra Guadalupe
Sierra Guadalupe by Fran García

Shipyard / Year Lorenzo-Vigo / 1979
Dead Weight 2,480 MT
Length 97.6 mtr
Breadth 13.6 mtr
Depth 7.3 mtr
Propulsion Deutz RBV8M358
Power 2,600 H.P.
Speed 13 knots



Sierra Grana
Sierra Grana by Fran García



Sierra Gredos
Sierra Gredos by Fran García



Sierra Aracena
Sierra Aracena by Fran García



Sierra Aralar
Sierra Aralar - Photo library of Manuel Rodriguez Aguilar



Sierra Cazorla
Sierra Cazorla - Photo library of J.L. Díaz Campa and Amador Méndez



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