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  1. Sadino

    Sadino

    The Portuguese two masted auxiliary wooden schooner SADINO, 34m/193gt, built 1952 by Arménio Bolais Mónica, Gafanha da Nazaré, Aveiro harbour for Chaves & Mateus, Lda. Setubal. She was employed in the Portuguese coasting traffic carrying cement, salt, and coal with eventual sailings to Morroco w
  2. Sadino

    Sadino

    The Portuguese two masted aux. schooner Sadino, 34m/193gt, built 1952 by Arménio Bolais Mónica, Aveiro, for Chaves & Mateus, Setubal. After various alterations to her structure, she was sold in 1977 for foreign interests, which converted her at Oporto in a yacht cruiser. Seen at River Douro, Oporto,
  3. SADINO

    SADINO

    The Portuguese Auxiliary wooden schooner SADINO, 34m/193gt, built 1952 at Aveiro, is seen here beached 5 miles south of Viana do Castelo bar, due dense fog on the 01/07/1970 making water. Five days after shifting some cargo of cement in bags for fishing boats was refloated and reached Viana do Caste
  4. SADINO

    SADINO

    The two masted auxiliary wooden schooner SADINO, 34m/193gt, built 1952 at Aveiro, leaving Oporto year 1955 with a cargo of coal for Setubal.
  5. SADINO

    SADINO

    The SADINO. they said. converted in an yacht cruiser for a foreign unknown owner moored in the River Douro, with Oporto historical town on the background, in 1977.
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    SADINO

    Again the SADINO as an two masted auxiliary schooner leaving the Douro harbour on the 30/08/1973 in ballast.
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    SADINO

    The Portuguese two masted wooden auxiliary schooner SADINO leaving the Douro harbour, Oporto, in the sixties. after a light alteration in the masts and bowspirit.
  8. SADINO

    SADINO

    The Portuguese two masted auxiliary wooden schooner SADINO, 34m/193gt, built 1952 by Arménio Bolais Mónica, Gafanha da Nazaré, Aveiro harbour for Chaves & Mateus, Lda. Setubal. She was employed in the Portuguese coasting traffic carrying cement, salt, and coal with eventual sailings to Morroco with
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