Funnel supplied by Aingeru Astui

Flag supplied by Aingeru Astui

Naviera del Odiel

        This company was owned by the Grupo Pereda

Puerto de Huelva
Puerto de Huelva by T. Diedrich

Puerto de Ayamonte
Puerto de Ayamonte by T. Diedrich

La Rocina
La Rocina by T. Diedrich

Shipyard/Year Juliana Constr. Gijonesa / 1961
Dead Weight 869 GRT
Gross Register 656 GRT
Length 54.6 mtr
Breadth 9.1 mtr
Depth 5.4 mtr
Propulsion Diesel engine
Power 1,120
Bought 1964 to
Owner Compañía Española de Transportes Marítimos
Sold 1976 to
Owner Naviera Portillo

La Rocina - Collection C. Kleiss
Berthed at Águilas
La Rocina - Collection C. Kleiss

Mondalindo by T. Diedrich

Shipyard/Year Juliana Constr. Gijonesa / 1960
Dead Weight 869 MT
Length 54.6 mtr
Breadth 9.0 mtr
Depth 5.4 mtr
Propulsion Diesel engine
Power 1,200 H.P.
Bought 1964
Sunk 1964

La Laja
La Laja by T. Diedrich

La Rabida
La Rabida by T. Diedrich

La Cinta
La Cinta por F. Estrañi

La Giralda
La Giralda by T. Diedrich

La Cartuja
La Cartuja by F. Estrañi

Puerto de Santoña
Puerto de Santoña - Supplied by J.L. Castañeda

Puerto Santoña - Photo library of C. Kleiss
At anchor at Las Palmas.
Levante - Photo library of C. Kleiss
By her port side was the Levante.

Desafio - Supplied by J.L. Castañeda
        She was built in 1979 by Enrique Lorenzo at Vigo. Her lenght is 103.46 meters; her beam is 18.57 and her maximum draft is6.40. Her dead weight is 6,646 MT.
        She was trasferred to Naviera del Odiel Maroc, under Maroccan flag, with the name Al Qantara, and later owned by Contenemar with the same name and flag.

Puerto de Suances
Suecia - Supplied by J.L. Castañeda

Fernando M. Pereda
Fernando M. Pereda by A. Mantilla
        She was built on 1998 at Vigo. Her length was 149.2 meters; her beam 23.0 and her maximum draft 8.5. Her dead weight was 14,035 MT. Her Burmeister & Wain engine gave her about 18 knots.
        She had a sister ship, the Canaria, operated by Trasatlántica.
Fernando M. Pereda - Photo supplied by J.L. Castañeda
        On April 2005 was renamed as Fernando M Pereda, when she was bought, together with her sister ship, by a German shipping company. Both continued operated and crewed by Odiel-Trasatlántica, until two new vessels built by Barreras (Vigo) were delivered to these last two shipping companies. This was renamed as Manarias.
        Afterwards the German company operated them, renaming this as Magnos.

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