The history of this boat is very close to the Ulla and Turia. All three are vessels belonging to the Spanish Armada and it was this which gave way for subsequent collapse in murcianas coastal waters (MoD Resolution 236/1998 of 10 September 1998, BOE 224 of 18 September 1998) . The Navy, in addition to give free three ships, was responsible ...
WRECKS IN SPAIN
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The November 18, 1918 the company dropped the Echeverrieta & Nadir Larrinaga a cargo steamer of nearly 50 m in length, built at the shipyard in Cadiz.
El Tordisa, conocido como el CARBONERO, según cuentan fue torpedeado durante la primera Guerra Mundial por un submarino Alemán (U 35) que hizo estragos en la zona, yéndose al fondo hasta quedarse en 45 m. Se cree que iba cargado de carbón de ahí su apodo.Sin embargo, otras fuentes apuntan que el carbón era una tapadera de la verdadera carga de municiones, que era conocida por los alemanes a través…
He SS, Stanfield was a merchant freighter steam steel, shades of 3370, 120 meters long, 15 meters sleeve and 9 meters of shore, with bridge in the mediocrity of it ship, which he zarpó Junio 5th, 1916 from
Its fall transcurrio the October 1, 1918, while on a trip from Alicante to Sfax, with a cargo of sulfur, and sent to the bottom off the coast of La Manga, near Cape Palos by gunfire from German Uboat UB type
"Waterfront Cape Palos Cartagena, in the lower called the Ants, sank on Saturday August 4 Italian steam Sirius, bound for Buenos Aires.
Like many of the freighters in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, this vessel was ready to defend against possible attacks.