german Norddeutscher Lloyd - Ndl - North German Lloyd Crefeld SS (1895~1918) Teide SS (+1932)
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general
nationality german
purpose transport
type ocean liner
propulsion steam
date built 1895
status
unknown
details
weight (tons) 5260  grt
dimensions 106.9 x 13 x 8.61 m
engine 1 triple expansion engine, 2 diesel engines, 12 fires
power 344  n.h.p.
speed 11.5  knots
yard no. 219
about the loss
cause lost ran aground (wrecked)
date lost 08/06/1932  [dd/mm/yyyy]
casualties 0
about people
builder
Vulcan A. G. (Stettin & Hamburg), Hamburg
engine by
Vulcan A. G. (Stettin & Hamburg), Hamburg
next owners
[1]Compañía Trasmediterranea, Madrid
SS Teide (+1932)
period 1924 ~ 1932
[2]Spanish Government
SS España nº 4
period 1918 ~ 1924
last owner
[3]Norddeutscher Lloyd - Ndl - North German Lloyd, Bremen
SS Crefeld
period 1895 ~ 1918
captain
no. of passengers 192
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entered 27/09/2010
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last update 27/09/2010
 
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Lettens Jan27/09/2010On May 15, 1932 S/S Teide left Barcelona in what would be her last journey, bound for the Spanish territories of the Gulf of Guinea.

On June 8th, while en route from San Carlos to Bata, she went aground at Punta Oscura, at the southwest of isla de Fernando Poo (Bioco).

The crew and the passengers were picked up by the British ship "Appoman" who came to her rescue.

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About Builders
 Vulcan A. G. (Stettin & Hamburg), Hamburg
Founded as Vulcan Werft in Stettin in 1851.

In 1857 the shipyard was renamed Stettiner Maschinenbau AG Vulcan.

As Stettin became too small, a new shipyard was built in Hamburg between 1907 - 1909.

In 1911 renamed Vulcan-Werke Hamburg und Stettin Actiengesellschaft.

In 1928 the Hamburg company merged with other companies to Deschimag concern. The Stettin company was taken over by Howaldtswerke AG.

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