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Compañía Trasatlántica Española

Almudena by T. Diedrich
        This vessel was owned by Federico Fierro as Iberico until bought by Trasatlántica.
Shipyard/Year Astilleros de Cádiz / 1959
Dead Weight 5,615 MT
Length 113.2 mtr
Breadth 14.7 mtr
Depth 7.8 mtr
Propulsion 2 Diesel Engines
Power 3,400 H.P.
Sold 1959
Scrapped 1981

Coromoto by T. Diedrich

Shipyard/Year Bazán-Cartagena / 1962
Dead Weight 7,014 MT
GRT 5,228 MT
Length 125.6 mtr
Breadth 16.6 mtr
Depth 9.6 mtr
Propulsion Diesel engine - 8 cyl.
Power 4,000 H.P.
Speed 14 knots
Bought 1968 to
Owner Naviera Castellana
Scrapped 1979

Coromoto by T. Diedrich

Ruiseñada by F. Estrañi
        Built in 1958 by the SECN at Sestao for Naviera de Exportación Agrícola, as the Beniel. She was 5,135 DWT; length: 106.89 meters; breadth: 15.83 and depth: 9.4. Her diesel engine of 4,100 HP gave her on sea trials 16.13 knots. Its daily consumption was around 15.5 MT of gasoil, having tank capacity for 662 cubic meters.
Ruiseñada by T. Diedrich
        This photo was shot from the aerial car in Barcelona. The ship was in Vulcano shipyard. Behind her can be seen the Antartico, owned by Marasia. She was bought in 1967 and sold in 1978. Scrapped in 1984.
Ruiseñada - Photo supplied by M. Berger
Here is on 1977 at La Guaira roads (Venezuela).

Comillas by T. Diedrich
        Sister ship of the previous was built a year later by the same shipyard for the same shipping company, as the Benizar.
Comillas by T. Diedrich
She was also bought in 1967 and sold in 1978. Scrapped in 1984.
See in this monograph how she and the general cargo trade were.

Camino by T. Diedrich
        This vessel was ordered by Trasatlántica to Astano at Fene (Ferrol), and delivered in 1969. She was 6,900 DWT; length: 119.85 meters; breadth: 18.0 and depth: 10.55. She was sold in 1981.

Merced by F. Estrañi
        Sister ship of the previous was also built by Astano at Fene (Ferrol), being delivered in 1970. She was sold in 1981 to a Peruvian company and renamed Kipu.

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