Rabat - Collection C. Kleiss
        She was built on 1872 in the United Kingdom for the Sociedad Antonio López y Cía. as Pasages, being transfered to Trasatlántica whent it was created. On 1888 she was renamed Rabat, name kept all her life although on 1913 she was sold to Dionisio Tejero Pérez. She sunk on 13/August/1924 whilst in trip with coal from Gijón to Cartagena, with all crew dead.
Shipyard/Year James & William Dudgeon / 1872
Dead Weight 1,424 MT
Gross Register 792 GRT
Passengers 50
Length 70.0 mtr
Breadth 8.3 mtr
Depth 5.01 mtr
Propulsion Alternative compound
Power 560 H.P.
Sold 1913 to
Owner Dionisio Tejero Pérez
Sunk 1929



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