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Italica
Suministrada por D. Vila
        This medal was given or sold onboard the Cabo San Vicente to commemorate the century of the first owned steamer, the first Italica. She had also sails, to help when the wind was in the same direction, and in case the propulsion failed, that at that time was not uncommon. She was sold on 1883 to an Italian shipping company, and the second Italica took her place.
Shipyard / Year Wingate / 1860
Dead Weight 382 MT
Length 48.8 mtr
Breadth 7.6 mtr
Depth 3.4 mtr
Propulsion Alternative compound
Power 50 H.P.
Speed 7 H.P.



Italica
Italica - Collection M. Rodríguez Aguilar

Shipyard / Year J.L. Thompson & Sons / 1883
Dead Weight 1,267 MT
Gross Register 1,070 GRT
Length 67.1 mtr
Breadth 9.5 mtr
Depth 5.0 mtr
Propulsion Alternative compound
Power 514 H.P.
Sunk 1922

Italica - Collection C. Kleiss
Berthed at Santander, at the Grúa de Piedra berth.
Italica - Collection C. Kleiss

Italica - Collection P. Blanco Álvarez
Also at Santander, berthed with the Triana



Triana
Triana - Collection P. Blanco Álvarez
Alongside the Italica
She was bought in 1881 to the building shipyard, because she was there due to the lack of her owner payment.
Shipyard / Year Schlesinger, Davis & Co. / 1877
Dead Weight 921 MT
Gross Register 748 GRT
Length 60.8 mtr
Breadth 8.6 mtr
Depth 4.6 mtr
Propulsion Alternative compound
Power 412 H.P.
Scrapped 1931



Cabo Machichaco
Cabo Machichaco

Shipyard / Year Schlesinger / 1882
Dead Weight 2,500 MT
Length 79.9 mtr
Breadth 10.8 mtr
Depth 5.8 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 915 H.P.
Sunk 1883

Cabo Machichaco
        She is infamous as she exploded at Santander on 03/November/1893, causing more than 600 deaths and 2000 injured, many seriously, in addition to wipe out part of the town, as well as producing several fires.

        In the second half of 2013, to conmemorate the 120th anniversary of the accident, Pedro Blanco made an exhibition entitled "Immersión al Cabo Machichaco", in the Palacete del Embarcadero, at Santander. In an impressive model could be seen the ship and the surrounding area
Cabo Machichaco - P. Blanco
On these photos are different views
Cabo Machichaco - P. Blanco
both above and below water
Cabo Machichaco - P. Blanco
and can be seen very well the condition in which she was
Cabo Machichaco - P. Blanco



Cabo Mayor
Cabo Mayor

Shipyard / Year Schlesinger / 1881
Dead Weight 2,500 MT
Gross Register 1,682 GRT
Length 79.9 mtr
Breadth 10.8 mtr
Depth 5.8 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 915 H.P.
Sunk 1886

Cabo Mayor - Colección de L. Santa Olaya
La Vanguardia - 7/September/1886
Cabo Mayor - Colección de L. Santa Olaya
La Vanguardia - 8/September/1886



Cabo Palos
Cabo Palos - Collection L. Santa Olaya
ABC - 03/August/1911
On 31/07/1911 she grounded when leaving Avilés.
Shipyard / Year Thompson / 1885
Dead Weight 1,885 MT
Length 76.2 mtr
Breadth 10.7 mtr
Depth 5.2 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 1,028 H.P.

Cabo Palos - Collection L. Santa Olaya
ABC - 01/August/1911

Cabo Palos - Collection L. Santa Olaya
These photos show how she was, on the first with the San Juan de Nieva lighthouse in the background.
Cabo Palos - Collection L. Santa Olaya

Cabo Palos - Collection L. Santa Olaya
Heraldo Militar - 14/September/1911

Cabo Palos - Collection L. Santa Olaya
The Government sent money to try refloating her.
Cabo Palos - Collection L. Santa Olaya
It was not possible, being necessary to blast her apart. On September end the port was again open.
Photo by L. Santa Olaya
Her anchor was recovered and is in the Anchors Museum, at Salinas (Asturias)



        The second Cabo Palos had also an unfortunate end, because she was torpedoed by the submarine General Mola close to Alicante, when proceeding from Russia was bound to Valencia. She sank very fast with the lost of 5 of her 41 strong crew.
Shipyard / Year Euskalduna / 1927
Dead Weight 7,538 MT
Length 121.0 mtr
Breadth 16.9/B> mtr
Depth 7.7 mtr
Propulsion Diesel engine
Power 2,800 H.P.



Cabo Quejo
Cabo Quejo - Collection M. Rodríguez Aguilar

Shipyard / Year Joseph L. Thompson / 1887
Dead Weight 2,632 MT
Length 76.2 mtr
Breadth 11.0 mtr
Depth 5.0 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 877 H.P.

Cabo Quejo - Collection C. Kleiss
Here is in one of the drydocks of Euskalduna, in Bilbao



Cabo San Antonio
Cabo San Antonio - Collection M. Rodríguez Aguilar

Shipyard / Year Joseph L. Thompson / 1888
Dead Weight 2,477 MT
Gross Register 1,991 GRT
Length 76.2 mtr
Breadth 11.0 mtr
Depth 5.1 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 710 H.P.
Sunk 1922



Cabo San Vicente
Cabo San Vicente - Collection A. Paniagua

Shipyard / Year Joseph L. Thompson / 1891
Dead Weight 2,299 MT
Gross Register 1,726 GRT
Length 76.2 mtr
Breadth 11.0 mtr
Depth 5.1 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 700 H.P.
Scrapped 1934



Cabo San Martin
Genoveva F by T. Diedrich

Shipyard / Year Bartram, Haswell & C. / 1892
Dead Weight 2,374 MT
Gross Register 1,861 GRT
Length 76.8 mtr
Breadth 11.0 mtr
Depth 5.2 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 675 H.P.
Bought 1895
Previous name La Giralda
Sold 1932
Post name Genoveva F
Scrapped 1974



Cabo Santa Pola
Cabo Santa Pola - Collection F. García Echegoyen

Shipyard / Year Raylton Dixon / 1897
Dead Weight 2,537 MT
Length 76.0 mtr
Breadth 11.3 mtr
Depth 5.2 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 875 H.P.



Cabo Higuer
Cabo Higuer - Collection T. Diedrich
        In this photo the vessel is passing by close to the Puertochico dock, at Santander, listed to starboard. Observing the photo carefully can be seen that the boom has been removed. Behind can be seen a Trasatlántica vessel, which I believe is the first Alfonso XIII or the Reina Maria Cristina.
Shipyard / Year William Doxford / 1888
Dead Weight 2,945 MT
Length 76.2 mtr
Breadth 11.0 mtr
Depth 5.2 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 876 H.P.



Cabo Toriñana
Cabo Toriñana - Collection F. García Echegoyen

Shipyard / Year Grangemouth & Greenock / 1903
Dead Weight 2,450 MT
Length 72.2 mtr
Breadth 10.5 mtr
Depth 4.5 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 532 H.P.

Cabo Toriñana - Collection L. Santa Olaya

Cabo Toriñana - Collection L. Santa Olaya
Hola del Lunes de Gijón - 5/May/1958
        She was sunk on 4/May/1958 in front of Cabo Busto, close to Luarca, few hours before of arriving to Gijón with wood from Huelva. She was collided in fog by the tanker Campeon, sinking five hours later. The crew was saved by the Campeon lifeboats. There was one casualty. The Campeon arrived on same day to El Musel with the bow badly damaged.


Cabo La Plata
Cabo La Plata - Collection C. Kleiss
Here she was at Pasajes. Below is the whole photo. The first on the right is the Cabo Ortegal. By her bow was the Jose G. Trevilla.
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Shipyard / Year Grangemouth & Greenock / 1908
Dead Weight 3,125 MT
Length 80.5 mtr
Breadth 11.7 mtr
Depth 4.9 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 2,980 H.P.
Sunk 1952

Cabo La Plata - Collection C. Kleiss



Cabo Carvoeiro
Cabo Carvoeiro by T. Diedrich

Shipyard / Year William Dobson / 1909
Dead Weight 3,250 MT
Length 78.2 mtr
Breadth 11.7 mtr
Depth 4.9 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 2,980 H.P.



Cabo Blanco
Cabo Blanco - Collection M. Rodríguez Aguilar

Shipyard / Year Euskalduna / 1909
Dead Weight 3,200 MT
Length 80.5 mtr
Breadth 11.5 mtr
Depth 8.2 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 2,984 H.P.
This photo shows her in Santander. She sank on 1936 in the Portuguese coast
Cabo Blanco - Collection M. Rodríguez Aguilar



Cabo Sacratif
Cabo Sacratif by T. Diedrich

Shipyard / Year Euskalduna / 1909
Dead Weight 3,457 MT
Length 80.8 mtr
Breadth 11.8 mtr
Depth 8.2 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 2,880 H.P.



Cabo del Agua
Cabo del Agua - Collection de C. Kleiss
        She was the first Cabo del Agua and the smallest, bought on 1910 to Compañía Marítima, based at Barcelona. There was later two more vessels with the same name, the second from 1922 to 1925 with dead weight of almost 3,000 MT, and the third from 1944 to 1955 with more than 9,000 MT.
Shipyard / Year Stephens / 1877
Dead Weight 881 MT
Length 63.6 mtr
Breadth 8.6 mtr
Depth 5.2 mtr
Propulsion Alternative compound
Power 377 H.P.
Bought 1910
Sold 1913
Scrapped 1937
The photo was shot at San Feliú de Guixols when she was Vilafranca, name that she had from 1925 until scrapped on 1937.
Cabo del Agua - Collection de C. Kleiss



Cabo Cervera
Cabo Cervera by T. Diedrich

Shipyard / Year Euskalduna / 1912
Dead Weight 3,690 MT
Length 81.1 mtr
Breadth 11.9 mtr
Depth 7.3 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 2,984 H.P.



Cabo Tres Forcas
Cabo Tres Forcas by T. Diedrich

Shipyard / Year Euskalduna / 1914
Dead Weight 3,765 MT
Length 83.4 mtr
Breadth 11.8 mtr
Depth 7.3 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 817 H.P.



Cabo Menor
Cabo Menor by T. Diedrich

Shipyard / Year Grangemouth / 1912
Dead Weight 3,470 MT
Length 80.8 mtr
Breadth 11.7 mtr
Depth 7.2 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 2,980 H.P.
Scrapped 1963

Cabo Menor - Collection C. Kleiss
        On this awesome postcard she is berthed close to the Torre del Oro, at Sevilla downtown. On the next she is at Huelva, also close to the downtown. On those years the ports were integrated in the towns, not as nowadays when they are far away.
Cabo Menor - Collection C. Kleiss

Cabo Menor - Collection C. Kleiss
Arriving to La Coruña
Cabo Menor - Collection C. Kleiss



Cabo Villano
Cabo Villano by F. Estrañi Sr.
Sank in Gulf of Santa Catalina (Brasil) area on 15 July 1942, in a trip from Buenos Aires to Barcelona. All the 39 crewmembers disappeared with her.

Shipyard / Year Echevarrieta y Larrinaga / 1920
Dead Weight 6,200 MT
Length 100.4 mtr
Breadth 14.6 mtr
Depth 7.0 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 1,500 H.P.
Speed 10 knots

Cabo Villano - Collection F. García Echegoyen



Cabo Ortegal
Cabo Ortegal by T. Diedrich

Shipyard / Year Nervión / 1919
Dead Weight 4,650 MT
Length 98.9 mtr
Breadth 14.4 mtr
Depth 6.8 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 1,500 H.P.



Cabo Huertas
Cabo Huertas by T.Diedrich
Built by Sociedad Española de Contrucción Naval in Sestao in 1922, as Cabo Huertas, was 2.779 GRT.
In 1938 changed her name to Tausend, but in 1939 is again Cabo Huertas with Ybarra y Compañia.
Dead Weight 4,040 MT
Length 85.4 mtr
Breadth 12.8 mtr
Depth 7.3 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 1,800 H.P.



Cabo Roche
Cabo Roche by T. Diedrich

Shipyard / Year Naval-Sestao / 1922
Dead Weight 4,040 MT
Length 85.4 mtr
Breadth 12.8 mtr
Depth 7.3 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 1,800 H.P.

Cabo Roche - Collection C. Kleiss
On this photo she is at Santander. Forward to her, berthed to the Grúa de Piedra pier, was the Ayala-Mendi, that later was renamed as Monte Ayala.



Cabo Razo
Cabo Razo by F. Estrañi Sr.

Shipyard / Year Euskalduna / 1926
Dead Weight 4,084 MT
Gross Register 2,879 GRT
Length 96.9 mtr
Breadth 13.2 mtr
Depth 8.2 mtr
Propulsion Alternative Triple Expansion
Power 1,800 H.P.
Sunk 1958

Cabo Razo - Collection L. Santa Olaya
ABC - 6/August/1958



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