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The Fleets

Compaņia Trasmediterránea, Barcelona

Compaņia Trasmediterránea was formed in Spain in 1916 by the merger of several lines to provide services between Spain and the Balearic Islands, Canary Islands and North Africa. After the Great War, there was a high demand for services between Spain and the USA and between 1920 - 1921 the company made ten sailings between Barcelona and New York with calls at other Spanish ports. A few further voyages to New York were made in 1940-41, mostly with war refugees, and in 1944 the Ciudad de Sevilla made a single round voyage to Philadelphia.

In 1978 the company was acquired by the Spanish Government and still operates.

Many thanks to Ted Finch for his assistance in collecting this data. The following list was extracted from various sources. This is not an all inclusive list but should only be used as a guide. If you would like to know more about a vessel, visit the Ship Descriptions (onsite) or Immigrant Ship web site.

note:- References in the fleet list to Nationalist and Republican refer to the opposing factions in the Spanish Civil War

Funnel:
Black
later Buff (yellow) with broad red band.

Fleet:

Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
A. Cola 1867 1917 purchased from Cia Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 1930 sold to R. Escudero renamed Asun. 1,018
A. Lazaro 1895 1918 purchased from Cia Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 1927 converted to motor ship, 1936 - 1939 Spanish Nationalist naval requisition, converted to minelayer / gunboat, 1964 scrapped Valencia. 1,514
Alhambra   see Cataluna (2)  
Ampurdan   see Felix Pizcueta.  
Andalucia 1892 1917 purchased from Cia Anon de Vapores Vinuesa, Sevilla, 1936 scrapped. 1,818
Antonia 1874 1917 purchased from Ferrer Peset Hermanos, Valencia, 1927 scrapped. 785
Antonia Ferrer 1892 1917 purchased from Ferrer Peset Hermanos, Valencia, 23rd Mar.1918 wrecked on Galician coast. 975
Aragon 1902 1917 purchased from Cia Anonima se Vapores Vinuesa, Sevilla, 1st Jan.1937 stopped by German ADMIRAL GRAF SPEE and handed to Spanish Nationalists, 1957 scrapped. 1,896
Atlante 1894 1917 purchased from Soc. Nav. e Industria, Barcelona, used as prison ship by Republican authorities at Puerto Mahon during Spanish Civil War, 1940 scrapped. 1,456
Ausias-March 1889 1918 purchased from Cia Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 1925 scrapped. 1,217
Balear 1885 1923 purchased from Cia Mallorquina de Vapores, Palma, 1926 transferred to Cia Mallorquina de Vap. (managed by Cia Trasmediterranea), 1932 scrapped. 732
Barcelo 1890 1919 purchased from Cia Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 1929 scrapped Mahon. 1,855
Bellver 1879 1918 purchased from Islena Maritima, 1936 scrapped. 1,314
C. Sorni 1896 1918 purchased from Ferrer Peset Hermanos, Valencia, 1929 scrapped. 1,273
Cabanal 1893 1918 purchased from Cia Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 1928 scrapped Genoa. 1,517
Canalejas 1878 1918 purchased from Cia Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 1932 scrapped. 1,172
Capitan Segarra 1917 1970 scrapped. 2,252
Castilla 1900 1917 purchased from Cia Anonima se Vapores Vinuesa, Sevilla, 13th Apr.1927 sank alongside quay at Melilla while employed as hospital ship and scrapped 1,905
Cataluna (1) 1880 1918 purchased from 1918 purchased from Islena Maritima, 17th Nov.1922 wrecked in fog at Villagarcia, Arosa Bay, Spain. 1,094
Cataluna (2) 1908 1917 purchased from Cia Anon. de Vap. Vinuesa, Sevilla, 1921 renamed Alhambra, 1935 sold to Hijo de Ramon A. Ramos, Barcelona, 1936 renamed Maria R. 1,687
Cirilo Amoros 1893 1918 purchased from Ferrer Peset Hermanos, Valencia. 14th Feb.1926 wrecked near Waterford, Ireland. 1,252
Ciudad de Alcira 1946 1974 scrapped. 2,516
Ciudad de Alcudia 1909 1918 purchased from Islena Maritima, 1958 scrapped. 68
Ciudad de Algeciras   see Miguel Primo de Rivera.  
Ciudad de Alicante (1)   see Infante D. Juan.  
Ciudad de Alicante (2) 1979 ex- Rollman, 1981 purchased from Interoll S.A, Vigo renamed Ciudad de Alicante, no later information. 2,442
Ciudad de Barcelona (1)   see Infante Don Jaime.  
Ciudad de Barcelona (2) 1952 no later information. 3,749
Ciudad de Burgos 1956 1981 scrapped. 5,245
Ciudad de Cadiz (1)   see Infanta Christina.  
Ciudad de Cadiz (2) 1951 1977 scrapped. 6,514
Ciudad de Cadiz (3) 1980 ex- Roll-All, 1982 purchased from Interroll S.A renamed Ciudad de Cadiz. 2,440
Ciudad de Ceuta (1)   see General Sanjurjo.  
Ciudad de Ceuta (2) 1975 ex- Monte Contes, 1979 purchased from Naviera Aznar S.A renamed Ciudad de Ceuta, 2001 scrapped after collision damage. 2,720
Ciudad de Granada 1958 no later information. 3,748
Ciudad de Huesca 1954 ex- Huesca, 1956 purchased from J. Barreros, Vigo renamed Ciudad de Huesca, 1979 scrapped. 2,036
Ciudad de Ibiza (1) 1933 1938 seized by U.S.S.R at Odessa, renamed Bielostok. 2,034
Ciudad de Ibiza (2) 1929 ex- Esbjerg, 1947 purchased from DFDS, Copenhagen after being mined and repaired renamed Ciudad de Ibiza, 1978 scrapped. 3,098
Ciudad de Mahon   see General Berenguer.  
Ciudad de Malaga   see General Jordana.  
Ciudad de Melilla   see Reina Victoria.  
Ciudad de Oviedo 1957 1980 scrapped. 5,251
Ciudad de Palma (1)   see Principe Alfonso.  
Ciudad de Palma (2) 1972 ex- Canguro Cabo San Sebastian, 1981 purchased renamed Ciudad de Palma, 1982 renamed Ciudad de Santa Cruz de la Palma, no later information. 7,536
Ciudad de Pamplona 1964 1981 sold to Pacific International Lines, Singapore renamed Kota Singapura. 7,760
Ciudad de Salamanca (1) 1946 no later information. 2,537
Ciudad de Salamanca (2) 1981 no later information. 7,500
Ciudad de Santa Cruz de la Palma   see Ciudad de Palma (2)  
Ciudad de Sevilla (1)   see Infanta Beatriz.  
Ciudad de Sevilla (2) 1980 no later information. 7,240
Ciudad de Tarifa 1961 1985 sold to Agapitos Brothers, Greece renamed Apollon. 3,436
Ciudad de Tarragona 1933 1938 seized by U.S.S.R at Odessa renamed L'Vov. 2,034
Ciudad de Teruel 1955 ex- Teruel, 1956 purchased renamed Ciudad de Teruel, 1980 scrapped. 2,038
Ciudad de Toledo 1956 no later information. 9,485
Ciudad de Valencia (1)   see Infante D. Gonzalo.  
Ciudad de Valencia (2) 1985 no later information. 7,053
Ciudadela 1896 1919 purchased from Cia Mahonesa de Vapores, 1957 sold to Antonio Astigarraga y Mendizabel. 270
Comercio 1863 1917 purchased from Ferrer Pasat Hermanos, Valencia, 1929 scrapped. 539
Cullera 1874 1917 purchased from Ferrer Pasat Hermanos, Valencia, 1930 scrapped. 895
Delfin 1885 1918 purchased from Soc. Nav. e Industria, Barcelona, 21st Jan.1937 stranded at Malaga and subsequently destroyed by Nationalist air attack. 980
Domine 1935 1936-1937 Nationalist Armed Merchant Cruiser, 1976 scrapped. 6,914
Ernesto Anastasio 1955 24th Apr.1980 grounded near Pasajes and scrapped. 7,295
Escolano 1919 1964 scrapped. 3,081
Espanoleto 1890 1918 purchased from Ferrer Peset Hermanos, Valencia, 1930 sold to Islena Maritima S.A., Valencia. 1,358
Felix Pizcueta 1887 1918 purchased from Ferrer Peset Hermanos, Gijon, 1919 renamed Ampurdan, 1920 sold to Hijos de Enrique Gironella, Barcelona. 1,546
Fernando Poo 1935 14th Oct.1936 shelled and sunk by Nationalist aux. cruiser CIUDAD DE MAHON at Bata, Spanish Guinea. 6,914
Florinda 1909 1924 purchased from Barcelonesa de Nav. S.A., Barcelona, 1930 renamed Rio Francoli, 1971 scrapped. 2,078
Francoli 1865 1917 purchased from Naviera Tintore, Barcelona, 3rd Oct.1918 sunk by German U-Boat near Alicante. 1,241
Fuerteventura 1912 1931 purchased from Cia de Vapores Correos Interinsulares Canarios, Santa Cruz, 12th Dec.1949 sank in gale at Villa Sanjurjo, Aug.1950 refloated and returned to service, 1968 scrapped. 478
Gandia 1869 ex- Marroqui, 1918 purchased from Pesquerias Sahara renamed Gandia, 1929 scrapped. 211
General Berenguer 1930 1931 renamed Ciudad de Mahon, 1937-1939 Nationalist Armed Merchant Cruiser, 1974 scrapped. 1,550
General Fernandez Silvestre 1890 1917 purchased from Cia Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 1930 sold to A. S. de Parayuelo, San Sebastian renamed Kabi-Chiki. 419
General Jordana 1931 1931 renamed Ciudad de Malaga, 8th Jan.1936 sunk in collision with m/v CAPE OF GOOD HOPE off Las Palmas. 1,550
General Sanjurjo 1928 1931 renamed Ciudad de Ceuta, 1975 sold to Junta de Obras del Puerto y Ria de Bilbao, Bilbao renamed Consulado de Bilbao Uno. 879
Generalife 1908 ex- Espana No.2, 1924 purchased from Spanish Government renamed Generalife, 1941 sold to Islena Maritima S.A., Barcelona. 3,919
Gobernador Chacon   see Mahon.  
Gomera 1912 ex- Gomera-Hierro, 1931 purchased from Cia de Vapores Correos Interinsulares Canarios, Las Palmas renamed Gomera, 1965 scrapped. 446
Grao 1885 1918 purchased from Cia. Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 1925 converted to pontoon. 1,489
Guillem Sorolla 1919 2nd Nov.1922 went missing at sea on voyage Cardiff to Barcelona. 3,252
Hesperides 1892 1920 purchased from La Sociedad Nav. e Industria, Barcelona, 1931 scrapped. 819
Hierro 1922 1931 purchased from Cia de Vapores Correos Interinsularios Canarios, Las Palmas, 1942 sold to Jose Illueca Navarro, Las Palmas renamed Jose Illueca. 596
Infanta Beatriz 1927 1931 renamed Ciudad de Sevilla, 1966 scrapped. 5,943
Infanta Christina 1929 1931 renamed Ciudad de Cadiz, 15th Aug.1937 torpedoed and sunk by Italian submarine FERRARIS in Aegean Sea. 4,602
Infante D. Gonzalo 1931 1931 2,497 tons, 1931 renamed Ciudad de Valencia, 8th Nov.1975 caught fire at Palma, 1977 scrapped. 2,497
Infante D. Juan 1930 1930 2,434 tons, 1931 renamed Ciudad de Alicante, 1936 Nationalist Armed Merchant Cruiser, 1977 scrapped. 2,434
Infante Don Jaime 1929 1929 3,946 tons, 1931 renamed Ciudad de Barcelona, 30th May 1937 torpedoed and sunk by Nationalist submarine GENERAL SANJURJO off Malagrat. 3,946
Isla de Cabrera 1948 ex- Satrustegui, 1973 purchased from Cia Trasalantica Espanola renamed Isla de Cabrera, 1974 damaged and scrapped. 6,615
Isla de Formentera 1940 ex- Virginia de Churruca, 1974 purchased from Cia Trasatlantica Espanola renamed Isla de Formentera, 1979 scrapped. 6,518
Isla de Gran Canaria 1921 ex- Mar Adriatico, 1929 purchased from Cia Maritima del Nervion, Bilbao renamed Isla de Gran Canaria, 1939 seized by U.S.S.R in Black Sea renamed Pskov. 5,334
Isla de Menorca (1) 1883 1919 purchased from La Maritima Cia Mahonesa de Vapores, Mahon, 14th Mar.1938 sunk by Nationalist air attack off Cambrilla. 1,004
Isla de Menorca (2) 1961 ex- Linda Scarlett, 1972 purchased from Linjebuss International, Sweden renamed Isla de Menorca, no later information. 1,588
Isla de Teneriffe 1921 ex- Mar Negro, 1929 purchased from Cia Maritima del Nervion, Bilbao renamed Isla de Teneriffe, 20th Aug.1937 captured by Nationalist cruiser ALMIRANTE CERVERA, 1964 scrapped. 5,334
Isleno 1866 1918 purchased from Islena Maritima. 1930 sold to Naviera del Nalon renamed Mina Entrego. 606
J. B. Llovera 1880 1917 purchased from Cia Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 22nd Sep.1926 sank after collision in Straits of Gibraltar. 754
J. J. Sister 1896 1918 purchased from Cia Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 1924 converted to motor ship, 1936 used by Republican Government as prison ship, 1937 captured by Nationalist cruiser CANARIAS and converted to Armed Merchant Cruiser, 1939 returned to owners, 1965 scrapped. 1,524
Jacinto Verdaguer 1900 ex- Cid, 1917 purchased from Cia Maritima, Barcelona renamed Jacinto Verdaguer, 1952 sold to Isleta Maritima S.A., Barcelona. 1,641
Jativa 1880 1917 purchased from Cia Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 1931 scrapped. 1,201
Jorge Juan 1883 1916 purchased from Cia Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 1932 scrapped. 1,351
Juan de Joanes 1891 1918 purchased from Ferrer Peset Hermanos, Valencia, 18th Mar.1922 sunk by gunfire in the Bay of Alhucemas during Spanish - Moroccan War. 916
Juan Maragall 1898 ex- Pinta, 1916 purchased from Cia Maritime, Barcelona renamed Juan Maragall, 1930 sold to Manuel Garcia del Moral, Barcelona. 1,471
Juan March 1966 1985 sold to Sol Mediterranean Services, Cyprus renamed Sol Christiana. 6,892
La Palma 1912 1931 purchased from Cia de Vapores Correos Interinsulares Canarios, Santa Cruz, 1976 sold to H. Flick. laid up at Las Palmas and reported used as floating yacht club. 871
Lanzarote 1912 1931 purchased from Cia de Vapores Correos Interinsulares Canarios, Las Palmas, 1967 scrapped. 475
Legazpi 1904 ex- Zungeru (Elder Dempster & Co.), 1910 Cia Trasatlantica, Barcelona renamed Legazpi, 1931 purchased by Cia Trasmediterranea, 19th Mar.1937 bombed and sunk by Natioanlist aircraft, beached, refloated and towed to Sagunto, sunk there by air attack. 4,346
Leon y Castillo 1912 1931 purchased from Cia de Vapores Correos Interinsulares Canarios, Las Palmas, 1981 scrapped. 871
Lulio 1870 1918 purchased from Islena Maritima, 1948 sold. 650
Mahon 1919 1919 purchased from La Maritima Cia Mahonesa de Vapores, Mahon, 1922 sold to Islena Maritima Cia Mallorquina de Vap, Mahon, 1923 repurchased by Cia Trasmediterranea, 1st Jan.1939 sunk by Nationalist air attack at Barcelona, refloated and 1947 returned to service, renamed Gobernador Chacon, 1955 sold to Jose Castillo Manzano, Mahon. 793
Mallorca 1914 1923 managed for Islena Maritima Cia Mallorquina de Vap, Palma, 1930 purchased, used as Armed Merchant Cruiser during Spanish Civil War, 1974 scrapped. 2,223
Manuel Espaliu 1878 1925 purchased from Naviero Fornet, 1935 scrapped. 990
Maria Mercedes 1878 1923 purchased from Navigacion Sollarense, 1935 scrapped. 467
Mariano Cano 1914 1925 purchased from Linea Vapores Cano, Valencia, 1929 renamed Rio Cabriel, 9th Apr.1932 wrecked near La Coruna. 2,376
Marques de Campo 1918 10th May 1924 wrecked near Casablanca on voyage Barcelona - Las Palmas. 2,252
Marques del Turia 1892 1918 purchased from Ferrer Peset Hermanos, Valencia, 1932 sold to Adolfo Ramirez Escudero, Bilbao renamed Fito. 1,754
Mediterraneo 1911 1919 purchased from Ferrer Peset Hermanos, Valencia, 1934 scrapped. 313
Menorquin 1879 1918 purchased from Cia Mahonesa de Vapores, 1928 scrapped. 931
Miguel Primo de Rivera 1927 1927 841 tons, 1931 renamed Ciudad de Algeciras, 1976 deleted from Lloyds Register. 841
Monte Toro 1884 1919 purchased from La Maritima Cia Mahonesa de Vapores, Mahon, 1922 sold to Islena Maritima Cia Mallorquina de Vapores, Mahon. 866
Navarra 1908 1917 purchased from Cia Anon. de Vapores Vinuesa, Sevilla, 1936 sold to Hijo de Ramon A. Ramos, Sevilla. 1,688
Ophir 1919 1927 purchased from Cia Vasco-Valenciana de Nav, Casiz, 1928 sold to Cia Arrendataria del Monopolio de Petroleos, Bilbao, 1967 scrapped. 538
Pena Sagra 1900 1925 purchased from Cia Naviera Bermeo, San Sebastian, 1928 renamed Rio Besos,1935 scrapped. 1,788
Perez Pujol 1902 1918 purchased from Ferrer Peset Hermanos, Valencia, 1929 scrapped. 1,270
Peris Valero 1888 1917 purchased from Ferrer Peset Hermanos, Valencia, 1932 scrapped. 1,663
Plus Ultra 1928 1937-1939 Nationalist Armed Transport, 1953 converted to motor ship, 1977 scrapped. 4,312
Poeta Arolas 1919 1966 scrapped. 3,253
Poeta Querol 1872 1918 purchased from Ferrer Pasat Hermanos, Valencia, 1928 scrapped. 593
Principe Alfonso 1930 1931 renamed Ciudad de Palma, 1936 Nationalist Armed Merchant Cruiser, 1938 Hospital Ship, 1939 returned to owners, 1968 scrapped. 3,959
Reina Victoria 1907 1920 purchased from Soc. Nav. e Industria, Barcelona, 1931 renamed Ciudad de Melilla, 1958 scrapped. 1,247
Rey Jaime I 1911 1923 managed for Islena Maritima Cia Mallorquina de Vap, Palma, 1930 purchased, 1936 seized by Spanish nationalists, transferred to Italian flag and renamed Buccari and converted to auxiliary cruiser, 1939 returned to owners and original name, 1968 scrapped. 2,257
Rey Jaime II 1906 1923 purchased from Islena Maritima Cia Mallorquina de Vap, Palma, 16th Feb.1937 captured by Spanish Nationalist cruiser CANARIAS and converted to auxiliary cruiser, 1939 returned to owners, 1961 sold for scrap, 1963 scrapped. 1,380
Rio Besos   see Pena Sagra.  
Rio Cabriel   see Mariano Cano.  
Rio Francoli   see Florinda.  
Rio Manzanares 1881 ex- Paulina, 1924 purchased from Cia Barcelonesa de Nav renamed Rio Manzanares, 1931 scrapped. 2,098
Rio Mino 1915 ex- Mar Mediterraneo, 1928 purchased from Cia Maritima del Nervion, Bilbao renamed Rio Mino, 1935 sold to Ybarra y Cia, Sevilla renamed Cabo Silleiro. 2,896
Rio Navia 1915 ex- Mar del Norte, 1928 purchased from Cia Maritima del Nervion, Bilbao renamed Rio Navia, 1935 sold to Cia Naviera Sota y Aznar, Bilbao renamed Arate-Mendi 2,917
Rio Segre   see Santamana.  
Rio Tajo 1917 ex- Mar Tirreno, 1929 purchased from Cia Maritima del Nervion, Bilbao renamed Rio Tajo, 1935 sold to Ybarra y Cia renamed Cabo Prior. 3,367
Rius y Taulet 1899 ex- Fortuny, 1917 purchased from Cia Maritima, Barcelona renamed Rius y Taulet, 1928 scrapped. 1,527
Roger de Flor 1897 ex- Arana, 1917 purchased from Cia Maritima, Barcelona renamed Roger de Flor, 1929 sold to Manuel Garcia del Moral, Barcelona. 1,897
Romeu 1918 1971 sold to Government of Equatorial Guinea, Fernando Poo. 3,081
Ruiz Capdepon 1894 1920 purchased from Ferrer Peset Hermanos, Valencia, 1923 sold to Jose Fuente y Diaz, Gijon renamed Modesto Fuente. 992
S. Giner 1889 1918 purchased from Ferrer Peset Hermanos, Valencia, 1930 sold to Jose Illueca Navarro, Valencia. 1,001
Sagunto 1875 1918 purchased from Cia Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 1967 sold. 956
Santa Cruz de Tenerife 1966 1986 sold to Sol Mediterranean Lines, Cyprus renamed Sol Olympia II. 9,000
Santa Maria de la Candelaria 1964 1982 scrapped. 1,201
Santa Maria de la Caridad 1967 1967 1,199 tons, 1984 sold to Irene Maritime Co., Honduras renamed Irene. 1,199
Santa Maria de la Paz 1967 1985 sold to Pyrgi Chios Shipping Co., Honduras renamed Maria. 1,199
Santa Maria de las Nieves 1964 1983 sold to Lloyd Coast Lines Ltd, South Africa renamed Royal Zulu. 1,201
Santa Maria del Pino 1963 1981 scrapped. 1,216
Santamana 1921 1925 purchased from Cia Naviera Bermeo, San Sebastian, 1929 renamed Rio Segre, 1936 sold to Cia Nav. Sota y Aznar, Barcelona and used as floating prison by Republicans, 1939 returned to Ybarra y Cia, renamed Cabo San Sebastian. 2,661
Santander 1901 ex- Dimecres, 1925 purchased from Miravet y Cia, Valencia, 1930 sold to Jose Illueca Navarro, Valencia renamed Verge del Carme. 1,536
Tambre 1882 1918 purchased from Linea de Vapores Tintore, Barcelona, 1930 scrapped. 2,050
Teide 1895 ex- Espana No.4, 1924 purchased from Spanish Government renamed Teide, 7th Jun.1932 wrecked Fernando Po. 3,829
Teodoro Llorente 1885 1918 purchased from Cia Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 1929 scrapped. 907
Tintore 1869 (ex- Roquelle, Elder, Dempster & Co.), 1919 purchased from Linea de Vapores Tintore, Barcelona, 1936 scrapped. 1,332
Tirso 1867 1918 purchased from Linea de Vapores Tintore, Barcelona, 1924 sold to Naviero Ramos, Barcelona. 784
Tordera 1878 (ex- Lualaba, Elder, Dempster & Co.), 1917 purchased from Linea de Vapores Tintore, Barcelona, 1934 scrapped. 1,838
Torras y Bages 1902 ex- Velazquez, 1917 purchased from Cia Maritima, Barcelona renamed Torras y Bages, 1958 sold to Naviera Moray S.A., Barcelona. 1,344
Torreblanca 1871 1917 purchased from Linea de Vapores Tintore, Barcelona, 1919 sold to Naviera Hispanos. 873
Turia 1887 1918 purchased from Linea de Vapores Tintore, Barcelona, 1926 scrapped. 1,521
V. Puchol 1896 1918 purchased from Cia Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 1925 converted to motor ship, 1936 - 1939 converted to Spanish Nationalist minelayer / Armed Merchant Cruiser, 1964 scrapped. 1,514
Vicente Ferrer 1878 (ex- Bittern, General Steam Nav. Co.), 1918 purchased from Cia Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 1929 scrapped. 991
Vicente La Roda 1899 1918 purchased from Cia Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 8th May 1938 sunk by air attack near Palamos, 1941 salvaged, 1945 repaired and sold to Sucesor de Vda Enrique Illueca, Valencia renamed Juan Illueca. 1,508
Victoria 1952 1982 scrapped. 3,310
Viera y Clavijo 1912 1931 purchased from Cia de Vapores Correos Interinsulares Canarias, Las Palmas, 1978 sold to B. van der Marel, Nieukerk, Hollland for use as floating restaurant. 862
Villa de Bilboa 1962 1981 sold to Ocean Management Ltd, Singapore renamed New Phoenix. 7,760
Villa de Madrid 1931 Jan.1939 sunk by Spanish Nationalist air attack at Barcelona, refloated and repaired, 1979 scrapped. 6,871
Villarreal 1897 1918 purchased from Cia Valenciana de Vapores Correos de Africa, Valencia, 1931 sold to Jose Ruiz, Valencia. 1,621
Virgen de Africa 1953 1987 sold to Agrupaciones y Servicios, Spain renamed Africa. 3,392

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