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Matrero I
Matrero I
IMO: 6122792

Ship?s Yard: Cantieri Riuniti dell Adriatico,, of: Monfalcone, Italy. Hull N?: 1.751

Crew: 71 Passangers: 100

DWT : 3.165 GRT: 4.153

LOA: 103,90 Mts. B: 15,35 Mts. D: 9,40 Mtzs. Draught: 22?2?

Derricks: 1 x 20 tons; 1 x 10 tons, 4 X 5 tons; 2 X 3tons.

Two Diesel Engines FIAT; 2T SA; 6 cylinders (520 x 960); FIAT Grandi Motori, Trieste.

Boilers:

3.400 CVe. Screws: 2 Speed: 15,00 Knots.

25 April 1948. Keel laid on.

22 October 1949. Launched.

2 November 1951. Commisioned to the Argentinian Navy Transport Services with Prefix B-11.

1955. Briefly used as a prison ship, during the freedom revolution.

12 August 1963.Decommisioned.

31 March 1966. Sold.

5 December 1967. Sale transferred to the firm Ma. Pe. Nave. S. A.

1970. Transformed in a reefer ship. Renamed El Comahue. (Flag: Argentina)

1973. Sold to Cimba S. A. - El Comahue. (Flag: Argentina)

1975. Renamed Le Maire. (Flag: Panam?)

1976. Renamed Matrero I.

1978. Navegaci?n Uruguaya S. A. Renamed Charrua. (Flag: Uruguay)

7 March 1979. Wrecked. Position: 38? 46? S y 59? 28? W, 38 miles outh from Necochea, Argentina.

Username Registered surveychile
Shipowner Cimba S. A.
Ship manager
IMO Number 6122792
Type of ship General Cargo / Reefer
Year of build and builder 1951 Cantieri Riuniti dell Adriatico
Date
Place
Added on 19/03/2017
Dimension 1200 x 829
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