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Vapores de Angel Pérez








        This company was owned by the Grupo Perez.


Angel B. Perez
Angel B. Perez - La Marina Cántabra III

Shipyard / Year Osbourne Graham & Co. / 1892
Dead weight 3,800 MT
Gross register 2,415 GRT
Length 88.5 mtr
Breadth 11.6 mtr
Depth 6.1 mtr
Propulsion Reciprocating triple expansion
Power 1,150 H.P.
Owner (1st) Steamship Miramar Co.
Name Miramar
Bought 1909
Sold 1919 to
Owner Carlos Gutiérrez Latorre
Renamed Valverde
Sold 1923 to
Owner Compañía Naviera Bidasoa
Renamed Urumea
Sunk Collision / 1924



Carolina E. de Perez
Carolina E. de Perez - La Marina Cántabra III

Shipyard / Year Ropner and Sons / 1896
Dead weight 3,911 MT
Gross register 2,696 GRT
Length 91.4 mtr
Breadth 13.1 mtr
Depth 5.0 mtr
Propulsion Reciprocating triple expansion
Power 1,496 H.P.
Owner (1st) J.A. Wood and Co.
Name Suningdale
Bought 1911
Sold 1927 to
Owner Compañía Naviera Amaya
Renamed Zabalari
Sold 1930 to
Owner Joaquín Velasco Martín
Renamed Mina Carrio
Scrapped Milford Haven / 1937



Emilia S. de Perez
Emilia S. de Perez - La Marina Cántabra III

Shipyard / Year Gourlay Bros / 1893
Dead weight 5,379 MT
Gross register 3,997
Length 110.6 mtr
Breadth 13.7 mtr
Depth 8.1 mtr
Propulsion Reciprocating triple expansion
Power 1,640 H.P.
Owner (1st) R.A. Mudie and Sons
Name Matin
Bought 1913
Scrapped Blyth / 1931

Emilia S. de Perez - La Marina Cántabra III



Alfonso Perez
Alfonso Perez - La Marina Cántabra III
        In the photo the ship was at anchor at Sagua la Grande (Cuba) on 1919. On November 1938 she was sunk by the nacionalist auxiliary cruise Nadir, name given as camouflage to the Ciudad de Valencia.
Shipyard / Year J. Coughland and Sons / 1919
Dead weight 8,800 MT
Gross register 5,743
Length 125.1 mtr
Breadth 16.5 mtr
Depth 8.4 mtr
Propulsion Steam turbines
Power 2,650 H.P.
Owner (1st) Imperial Munitions Board
Name War Chief
Bought 1919
Sunk Shell fired / 1938

Alfonso Perez - La Marina Cántabra III
With her original look
Alfonso Perez - La Marina Cántabra III
Modified, with the midship mast removed and the other two lengthened.



Narrative about the Cantabria sinking
This narrative has been written by María del Mar Argüelles, granddaughter of the ship's Master.

Photo supplied by María del Mar Argüelles
Photo of the Master, his family and rescuers


Rescue of the Master and his family
History taken from a book relating salvages by British lifeboats.



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