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Spanish pass/cargo vessel INFANTA CRISTINA, imo 5606969/ 115,5m/ 4.602gt/ 2xdiesel Burmeister & Wain/ 15kn/ pax 560/ double bottom; 07/1929 completed by Cantieri Navale Triestino, Mofalcone, for Compañia Trasmediterránea, Barcelona which employed her Barcelona/Baleares/Canarias service; 1931 CIUDAD DE CADIZ, Compañia Trasmediterránea, Barcelona, name altered due monarch to republican government changes; 15/08/1937 sunk at Agean Sea by torpedo and gunfire by Italian submarine FERRARIS at Spanish nationalist forces service, while in transit Odessa/Barcelona with food, oil and vehicles. All on board saved by a USSR oil tanker and a Danish freighter.
· Date: Thu, 27 February 14 · Views: 159
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NAUCLER
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Sat, 1 March 14 18:28

Shipping and politics - almost always a match... A ship renamed by the new Spanish democratic republic in 1931 and later sunk by the Fascists - a very typical European pre-war destiny for a vessel, in all matters...

But the seven digit IMO-number - can it really be true?!? - they were not existing in the 1930's - didn't they came into light first in the late 1960's or in the 1970's ?!?
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Rui Amaro

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Sun, 2 March 14 11:02

Olá Naucler
I check imo number by sites MIRAMAR SHIP INDEX and TRAMSHIPS, anyway thanls for your comment.
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