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Compañía Trasmediterránea







Domine
Domine by T. Diedrich

Shipyard / Year U.N. de Levante / 1935
Dead Weight 4,213 MT
Gross Register 6,914 GRT
Passengers 261 = 59 (1) + 40 (2) + 162 (3)
Length 124.4 mtr
Breadth 16.5 mtr
Depth 8.9 mtr
Propulsion 2 diesel engines
Power 5,000 H.P.
Scrapped 1976

Domine - Collection M. Rodríguez Barrientos

Domine - Collection C. Kleiss
Berthed at Bilbao


Fernando Poo
Fernando Poo - Collection T. Diedrich

Shipyard / Year U.N. de Levante / 1935
Dead Weight 4,155 MT
Gross Register 6,914 GRT
Passengers 237
Length 124.4 mtr
Breadth 16.4 mtr
Depth 8.9 mtr
Propulsion 2 diesel engines
Power 6,250 H.P.
Sunk 1936

Fernando Poo - Collection L.Santa Olaya



Virgen del Carmen - Supplied by C. Molina Castillo

Virgen del Carmen - Supplied by C. Molina Castillo



Ciudad de Alcira
Ciudad de Alcira by T. Diedrich


Ciudad de Salamanca
Ciudad de Salamanca by T. Diedrich



Ciudad de Ibiza
Ciudad de Ibiza by T. Diedrich

Shipyard / Year J & M Ranum / 1929
Dead Weight 1,355 MT
Passengers 405
Length 97.4 mtr
Breadth 13.3 mtr
Depth 8.6 mtr
Propulsion 2 x B&W
Power 3,820 H.P.
Scrapped 1978

Ciudad de Ibiza - Suministrada por M. Budiño

Ciudad de Ibiza - Collection A. Paniagua



Ciudad de Cadiz
Ciudad de Cadiz por F. Estrañi

Shipyard / Year U.N. de Levante / 1951
Dead Weight 4,410 MT
Passengers 440
Length 121.2 mtr
Breadth 16.8 mtr
Depth 11.3 mtr
Propulsion 2 x B&W 762 VF 115
Power 7,000 H.P.
Speed 14,7 nudos
Auxilar engines 3 x B&W x 280 H.P.
Scrapped 1980

Ciudad de Cadiz - Collection T. Diedrich

Ciudad de Cadiz - Collection A. Paniagua



Ernesto Anastasio
Ernesto Anastasio - Collection T. Diedrich

Ernesto Anastasio - Photo supplied by M. Rodríguez Barrientos



Virgen de Africa
Virgen de Africa - Photo library of T. Diedrich
        She was built by Unión Naval de Levante for Empresa Nacional Elcano as the second Tipe H vessel, being the first the Victoria. They were the first ferries built in Spain, designed for the Gibraltar Strait traffic. They had space for 100 cars and alternatively for 12 railroad cars.
        After her building she was chartered two years by Trasmediterránea, that bought both them on 1955. She was sold on 1986 to Agrupaciones e Inversiones and renamed Africa. This company bought her for converting her in casino and night club, but she was laid up until scrapped on 1989.
Shipyard / Year U.N. de Levante / 1953
Dead Weight 1,195 MT
Gross Register 3,392 GRT
Passengers 900 = 22 (1st) - 16 (2nd) - 862
Length 103.6 mtr
Breadth 16.6 mtr
Depth 7.3 mtr
Propulsion 2 engines B&W 750-VF-90
Power 5,300 H.P.
Bought 1955 to
Owner Empresa Nacional Elcano
Sold 1986 to
Owner Agrupaciones e Inversiones
Scrapped 1989

Virgen de Africa - Photo supplied by F. Rodríguez
On this photo, shot on 12/February/1984, is arriving to Astilleros de Cádiz after a collision with the Estación Marítima de Algeciras.
Virgen de Africa - Photo supplied by F. Rodríguez
The bow was heavily damaged but she could yet use her anchors. She was sold on 1986.

Virgen de Africa - Collection C. Kleiss
The first by the left is not identified, the second was the minesweeper Ter, the third the Virgen de Africa and the fourth the Ciudad de Tarifa.


Victoria
Victoria - Photo library of T. Diedrich



Ciudad de Huesca
Ciudad de Huesca - Photo supplied by J.C. Cilveti


Ciudad de Teruel
Ciudad de Teruel



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