spanish Ybarra & Co. SS Cabo Cullera [+1939]
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general
nationality spanish
purpose transport
type cargo ship
propulsion sail and steam
date built 1882
status
dead (not found) dead (not found)
details
weight (tons) 2246  grt
dimensions 81 x 11.79 x 7.77 m
material iron
engine 1 x 2 cyl. compound engine, 1 screw
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yard no. 210
about the loss
cause lost air raid
date lost 14/01/1939  [dd/mm/yyyy]
about people
builder
Sir Raylton Dixon & Co. Ltd., Middlesbrough
last owner
[1]Ybarra & Co., Sevilla
SS Cabo Cullera [+1939]
period 1909 ~ 1939
prev. owners
[2]Ybarra & Co., Sevilla
Ybarra No.4
period 1882 ~ 1909
captain
about the wreck
depth (m.) 1 max. / -- min. (m)
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war grave
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entered by Lettens Jan
entered 28/08/2008
last update Levano Hervé
last update 02/04/2013
 
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Lettens Jan11/08/2011In 1909 the Spanish cargo Ybarra No.4 was renamed Cabo Cullera. On 14th Jan 1939 Cabo Cullera was sunk by Spanish Nationalist in an air attack at Tarragona.

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Ybarra & Co., Sevilla

Créée par José Maria de Ybarra (Séville) et Gutiérrez de Caviedes (Bilbao) pour développer le trafic entre les deux provinces. Prend son nom définitif en 1885, et commence à donner a ses navires le nom de caps (Cabo). Forte dans le cabotage, n'a pu se maintenir durablement que sur l'Atlantioque sud. Après la fin du trafic de passagers transatlantique, a été précurseur dans les croisières vers l'Antartique, mais ne s'est pas assez vite adaptée au trafic par conteneurs. Aujoud'hui n'est plus qu'un nom commercial de la compagnie allemande qui l'a rachetée.


Created by José Maria de Ybarra (Seville) and Gutiérrez de Caviedes (Bilbao) to develop the traffic between the two provinces. Took its present name in 1885, and began to give his ship's names of capes (Cabo). Strong in cabotage, could not be maintained permanently in the Atlantiolines except south. After the end of the transatlantic passenger traffic, was a pioneer in cruises to Antarctica, but did not quickly adapted to container traffic. Today is only a trade mark of the German company that bought it.

Creada por José María de Ybarra (Sevilla) y Gutiérrez de Caviedes (Bilbao) para desarrollar el tráfico entre las dos provincias. Tomó su nombre actual en 1885, y comenzó a dar la sus barcos nombres empezando por Cabo. Fuerte en el cabotaje, no se pudo mantener de forma permanente en el Atlantico a no ser del Sur. Tras el fin del tráfico de pasajeros transatlánticos, fue pionera en cruceros a la Antártida, pero no se adaptó rápidamente al tráfico de contenedores. Hoy es sólo un nombre comercial de la empresa alemana que la compró.

Criada por José Maria de Ybarra (Sevilha) e de Gutiérrez Caviedes (Bilbao) para desenvolver o tráfego entre as duas províncias. Pegou seu nome atual em 1885, e começou a dar aos seus navios nomes começando por Cabo. Forte na cabotagem, não consiguiu se manter permanentemente no Atlántico a no ser do Sul. Após o fim do tráfego de passageiros transatlânticos, foi uma pioneira em cruzeiros para a Antártica, mas não se tem adaptado adaptado ao tráfego de contentores. Hoje é apenas um nome comercial da empresa alemã, que a comprou.


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 Sir Raylton Dixon & Co. Ltd., Middlesbrough
This yard was bought out by Dixon and his partner Backhouse in 1862, operating as Backhouse, Dixon until bought out entirely by Raylton Dixon in 1873. There were three brothers involved in the firm Sir Raylton Dixon & Co. Ltd. Raylton, John, and Waynman
 
 
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