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Flag supplied by Aingeru Astui


Ybarra y Cía








Cabo Santa Marta
Cabo Santa Marta - Photo library of T. Diedrich

Cabo Santa Marta - Photo supplied by M. Berger
Here is on 1977 at Río de Janeiro.
Shipyard / Year Bazán - Cartagena / 1957
Dead Weight 7,533 MT
Length 126.6 mtr
Breadth 17.2 mtr
Depth 8.4 mtr
Propulsion Engine Sulzer 10 SD
Power 7,300 H.P.
Bought 1963
Sold 1979



Cabo Santa Maria
Cabo Santa Maria - Photo supplied by A. Sanchez Gallego

Shipyard / Year Bazán - Cartagena / 1957
Dead Weight 7,533 MT
Length 126.6 mtr
Breadth 17.2 mtr
Depth 8.4 mtr
Propulsion Engine Sulzer 10 SD
Power 7,300 H.P.
Bought 1963
Lost 1968
        These photos show her grounded on a beach in Boa Vista Island, in Cabo Verde.
Cabo Santa Maria - Collection C. Kleiss

Cabo Santa Maria - Collection A. Paniagua



Cabo Santa Paula
Cabo Santa Paula - Photo library of T. Diedrich

Shipyard / Year S.E.C.N. - Sestao / 1948
Dead Weight 8,750 MT
Length 148.5 mtr
Breadth 18.9 mtr
Depth 12.1 mtr
Propulsion Engine Sulzer 10 SD
Power 7,300 H.P.
Bought 1969 to
Owner Naviera Aznar
Sold 1977
Scrapped 1980

Cabo Santa Paula - Collection C. Kleiss
At Vulcano shipyard, in Barcelona, with the Mar Adriatico alongside.
Cabo Santa Paula - Collection C. Kleiss



Alonso de Ojeda by T. Diedrich
Alonso de Ojeda



Cabo Santa Clara
Ragar by T. Diedrich

Dead Weight 14,399 MT
Length 152.5 mtr
Breadth 20.0 mtr
Depth 12.0 mtr
Propulsion Diesel engine
Power 9,900 H.P.



Cabo Santa Lucia
Garcia Munte by F. Estrañi



Cabo Santa Ana
Cabo Santa Ana by Alberto Mantilla
        She was the Dutch Katendrecht till she was bought by Ybarra, sailing later mainly in the line Italia-España-Brasil-Uruguay-Argentina. In this photo is at the Muelle de San Beltran, en Barcelona. In the photo below is leaving the shipyard to carry out the sea trials.
Katendrecht - Photo supplied by Dick Hiberink

        She was built by Wilton Feyenoord at Rotterdam (Netherlands), launched on 04-June-1960 and carrying out the sea trials on 06-April-1961. The contract was for building a tanker, but because of the tanker trade depression when already was being built was changed to a general cargo vessel. Her length was 144.3 meters and her breadth 20.2, with 11,573 DWT. Her main engine was a MAN K6Z-78/155C with six cylinders, with 7,800 HP got 16 knots.
Katendrecht - Supplied by Dick Hilberink

Katendrecht - Photo supplied by Dick Hilberink
        Before bought by Ybarra she was chartered to several companies. Among them were the Dutch VNS for eight years, which funnel has in this photo, and the Brasilian Aliança, which funnel has in the following one.
Katendrecht - Photo supplied by Dick Hilberink

Katendrecht - Supplied by Dick Hilberink
Leaving Capetown

Katendrecht - Supplied by Dick Hilberink
Nice view to see the poop and accomodation after part

Katendrecht - Supplied by Dick Hilberink
        These photos were taken from the mast that was between the hold 2 and 3. It was the tallest because it had two king posts. As can be seen they were taken when the vessel was chartered to VSN, because the funnel had its colors.
Katendrecht - Suministrada por Dick Hilberink

Katendrecht - Sketch supplied by Dick Hilberink
        In this nice sketch she is with the original Van Ommeren funnel. In the last photo she can be seen at Port Said, with the VNS funnel.
Katendrecht - Photo supplied by Dick Hilberink
        On 1988 she was sold for scrapping. For the trip to Alang (India), where she was scrapped, was renamed as Cabo Santa and her flag changed to Saint Vicent and Granadines.
Cabo Santa Ana - Watercolor by Roberto Hernández
        This watercolor, so realistic, shows her sailing at half load, with stains on the hull after some time from last drydock.



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