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Naviera Mallorquina

Cala Mitjana by T. Diedrich
Cala Mitjana
At Santander as Virgen de Lluch.

Cala Egos
Cala Egos by F.Estrañi
       She was built in Netherlands as Rubicon. On 1960 she grounded at Punta Amer (Mallorca) with extensive damages. She was bought by Compañía Marítima Balear and repaired at Astilleros de Palma, being renamed Punta Amer. On 1969 the Compañía Marítima Balear was bought by Naviera Mallorquina, and all vessels changed name. This was renamed as Cala Egos.
Cala Egos by T. Diedrich
On this photo she was yet Punta Amer
Shipyard/Year Westerbroek / 1951
Dead Weight 770 MT
Length 48.5 mtr
Breadth 8.6 mtr
Depth 3.6 mtr
Propulsion Diesel engine
Power 500 H.P.
Bought 1969
Scrapped 1992

Cala Egosl - Collection C. Kleiss
En Blanes
Cala Egosl - Collection C. Kleiss

Cala Egosl - Collection C. Kleiss

Cala Gran
Cala Gran by T. Diedrich

Shipyard / Year Euskalduna / 1961
Dead weight 869 MT
Gross register 665 GRT
Length 54.6 mtr
Breadth 9.0 mtr
Depth 5.4 mtr
Propulsion Elcano - Smit Bolnes SB 310
Power 1,250 H.P.
First owner Empresa Nacional Elcano
First name Puerto de Gijon
Second owner Transportes Fruteros del Mediterráneo
Bought 1972 to
Owner Naviera Vasco Gaditana
Renamed Cala Gran
24/12/1975 - Sunk close to Estaca de Bares / 8 dead

Cala Llonga
Cala Llonga by J. Pons

Cala Portals
Cala Portals - Photo supplied by J.C. González

Cala Gracio
Cala Gracio - Photo supplied by J.C. González

Cala Fustan
Cala Fustan

Cala Salada
Cala Salada

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