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The Fleets

Lloyd Brasileiro / Brazil Lloyd

Founded in 1890 and initially ran passenger and cargo coastal and Amazon River services. Routes were expanded to cover the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, South and Central America and the United States. However, many of their ships were laid up in the early 1990s and the company ceased trading shortly afterwards.

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.

Funnel:
White with black top.
ca. 1970 White, black top with depiction of company flag.

Fleet:

Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
3 de Outubro   see Borborema.  
Acre 1907 1922 renamed Rodrigues Alves, 1964 scrapped. 2,587
Acreloide 1928 ex- Tebro, 1940 seized by Government of Brazil from 'Ave' Soc. Anon.di Nav.,Genoa, 1942 transferred to Lloyd Brasileira renamed Acreloide, 1952 renamed Allegra, 1955 sold to Cia.Com. y Financiera Sudamerica, Panama. 4,310
Affonso Penna   see Minas Gerais.  
Alagoas 1884 no info. 1,989
Alegrete (1) 1906 ex- Salamanca, 1917 seized from Hamburg America Line by Brazilian Government renamed Alegrete, 1923 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, 1st Jun.1942 torpedoed, shelled and sunk by U.156 in Caribbean. 5,970
Alegrete (2) 1945 1969 sold to Salina Pereira Bastos, Rio de Janeiro renamed Jose Apolinario. 3,142
Alfenas   see Campos Salles.  
Allegra   see Acreloide.  
Almirante Alexandrino 1900 ex- Cap Roca, 1917 seized from Hamburg South America Line by Brazilian Government renamed Itu, 1922 managed by Lloyd Brasileira, 1926 purchased renamed Almirante Alexandrino, 1964 laid up, 1966 scrapped. 5,732
Almirante Graca Aranha 1966 1969 purchased from Brazilian Government. 1983 sold to Empresa de Nav. Nacional Transnave, 1986 scrapped. 9,085
Almirante Jaceguay 1912 ex- General San Martin, 1926 purchased from Hugo Stinnes, Hamburg renamed Almirante Jaceguay, 1958 scrapped. 6,061
Almirante Lucio Meira 1962 1969 purchased from Cia se Nav. Bahiana, 1973 sold to Empresa de Nav. de Amazonia, Brazil. 1,157
Almirante Sylvio Motta 1963 1969 purchased from Cia se Nav. Bahiana, 1973 sold to Empresa de Nav. de Amazonia, Brazil. 1,157
Amazonas 1883 no info. 1,448
Anna Nery 1962 1968 purchased from Cia. Nacional de Nav.Costiera Federal, Rio de Janeiro, 1972 rebuilt to 12,433 tons, 1978 sold to Kavanoudes Hellenic Cruises renamed Danaos. 10,444
Annibal Benevolo   see Jupiter.  
Apaloide 1917 ex- Nevada, 1942 seized from DFDS by Brazilian Government, transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Apaloide. 22nd Nov.1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.163 while NE of Barbados. 3,766
Aracuja 1914 ex- Persia, 1917 seized from Hamburg America Line by Brazilian Government renamed Aracuja, 1923 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, 1955 scrapped. 3,566
Ararauma 1875 no info. 144
Argentina 1927 1948 sold to Navegaceo da Bacia do Prato, Rio de Janeiro. 930
Ascanio Coelho   see Sabara.  
Atalaia (1) 1910 ex- Carl Woermann, 1917 seized from Woermann Line by Brazilian Government renamed Atalaia, 1923 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, May 1941 went missing in South Atlantic after reporting rudder carried away. 5,715
Atalaia (2) 1945 1969 scrapped. 3,142
Autoestrada 1981 1990 sold to Arcade Shipping, Oslo renamed Arcade Eagle. 4,983
Autolloyd 1971 ex- Autoroute, 1976 purchased from Ugland Management Co., Norway renamed Autolloyd, no later info. 498
Autovia 1981 1990 sold to Arcade Shipping, Oslo renamed Arcade Falcon. 4,840
Avare 1912 ex- Sierra Salvada, 1917 seized from North German Lloyd, Bremen by Brazilian Government renamed Avare, 1920 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 16th Jun.1922 capsized and sank at Hamburg, salvaged and sold to Viktor Schuppe, Stettin renamed Peer Gynt. 8,227
Aymore 1890 no info. 665
Ayuroca 1912 ex- Roland, 1917 seized from Roland Line, Bremen by Brazilian Government renamed Ayuroca, 1923 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, 10th Jun.1945 sunk in collision with Norwegian s/s GENERAL FLEISCHER near New York. 6,872
Baependy 1899 ex- Tijuca, 1917 seized from Hamburg South America Line by Brazilian Government renamed Baependy, 1923 managed for Brazilian Government, 1925 purchased, 15th Aug.1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.507 off Brazilian coast. 4,801
Bage 1912 ex- Sierra Nevada, 1917 seized from North German Lloyd by Brazilian Government renamed Bage, 1923 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, 1st Aug.1943 torpedoed and sunk by U.185 off Bahia. 8,235
Bahia 1910 1930 renamed Commandante Severino, 1931 scrapped. 3,401
Baialoide 1914 ex- Liana, 1941 seized from Achille Lauro, Naples by Brazilian Government, transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Baialoide, 1944 transferred to U.S. War Shipping Administration and scuttled off Normandy beachhead as part of Gooseberry harbour. 1949 raised and scrapped. 6,479
Bandeirante 1937 1938 transferred from Government of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, 1969 sold to Jader Wanderley Transporte, Rio de Janeiro. 2,930
Barao de Jacaguay 1963 1974 sold to Navegacao Mansur Ltds, Brazil. 5,010
Barao de Maua 1964 1973 sold to Navegaceo Mansur, Brazil. 5,010
Barao do Amazonas 1964 1972 sold to Navegaceo Antonio Ramos, Brazil renamed Jacy Ramos. 5,010
Barao do Rio Branco (1)   see Rio Branco.  
Barao do Rio Branco (2) 1963 1974 sold to Navegaceo Mansur, Brazil. 5,101
Barbacena (1) 1909 ex- Gundrun, 1917 seized from Hamburg Bremer Afrika Line by Brazilian Government renamed Barbacena, 1922 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, 28th Jul.1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.155 off Georgetown. 4,772
Barbacena (2) 1945 1968 scrapped. 3,142
Barroso 1919 ex- Mormacstar, 1940 purchased from American Scantic Line, NY renamed Barroso, 1961 scrapped. 4,941
Bauruloide 1936 ex- Egyptian Reefer, 1942 seized from Rederiet Ocean A/S (J. Lauritzen), Esbjerg, Denmark by Brazilian Government, transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Bauruloide, 1945 returned to Lauritzen, renamed Egyptian Reefer. 3,169
Benevente 1905 ex- Rio Grande, 1917 seized from Hamburg South America Line by Brazilian Government renamed Benevente, managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1926 purchased and renamed Duque de Caxias, 1963 scrapped. 4,556
Bocaina 1909 1964 scrapped. 1,695
Borborema 1907 1931 renamed 3 de Outubro (TRES DE OUTUBRO), 1955 sold to Soc. de Nav. Lagunense, Laguna renamed Adelaide. 1,811
Braganca 1882 ex- Cyril 1897 purchased from Booth Line by Empreza Navagacao Gram Para, Para, renamed Braganca, 1907 transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro, 1925 wrecked. 1,190
Brage 1903 no info. 264
Brasiloide 1936 ex- Montevideo, 1939 purchased from Hamburg South America Line by Brazilian Government, 1942 transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Brasiloide, 18th Feb.1943 torpedoed and sunk by U.518 in South Atlantic. 6,076
Brazil (1) 1890 1924 scrapped. 2,003
Brazil (2) 1906 1911 purchased from A. Leivas & Co., Jaguarao, Brazil, 1922 sold for river service, 1925 deleted from Lloyds Register. 354
Buarque (1) 1919 ex- Scanpenn, 1940 purchased from American Scantic Line, NY renamed Buarque, 15th Feb.1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.432 off Wilmington S.C. 5,152
Buarque (2) 1964 1983 sold to Empresa de Nav. Nacional Transnave. 9,084
Cabedello 1912 ex- Prussia, 1917 seized from Hamburg America Line by Brazilian Government renamed Cabedello, 1923 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, Feb.1942 went missing after sailing from Philadelphia for Rio de Janeiro, possibly torpedoed. 3,557
Cabedelo 1945 1966 scrapped. 3,142
Cabo de Santa Marta 1960 1982 sold to Transnave Navegaceao Ltds, Brazil. 4,557
Cabo de Sao Roque 1959 1982 sold to Cia. de Nav do Norte Conan, Brazil renamed Cidade de Rio Grande. 4,557
Cabo Frio 1959 1982 sold to Transnave Navegaceao Ltda, Brazil. 4,557
Cabo Orange 1959 1980 scrapped. 4,557
Caceres 1907 1923 wrecked at Garzon, Uruguay in gale. 1,108
Calandrini 1979 1988 sold to Nigerian Green Lines, Nigeria renamed Yinka Follawayo. 10,218
Camamu 1911 ex- Steiermark, 1917 seized from Hamburg America Line by Brazilian Government renamed Camamu, 1922 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, 1961 scrapped. 4,570
Campos 1894 ex- Asuncion, 1917 seized from Hamburg South America Line by Brazilian Government renamed Campos, 1922 purchased by Lloyd Brasileiro, 23rd Oct.1943 torpedoed and sunk by U.170 near Santos. 4,663
Campos Salles 1897 ex- San Nicolas, 1917 seized from Hamburg South America Line by Brazilian Government renamed Alfenas, 1923 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Campos Salles, 1927 purchased, 1962 scrapped. 4,739
Cantauria 1919 ex- Scanstates, 1940 purchased from American Scantic Line, NY renamed Cantauria, 1961 scrapped. 5,163
Cantauria Guimaraes   see Curvello.  
Cantuaria 1979 1989 sold to Norsul Internacional SA, Brazil renamed Norsul Pacifico. 10,218
Caravelas 1881 no info. 350
Carioca 1937 1938 transferred from Government of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, 1969 scrapped. 2,927
Caxambu 1909 ex- Minneburg, 1917 seized from Hansa Line by Brazilian Government renamed Caxambu, 1922 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, 1950 scrapped. 4,748
Caxias 1913 ex- Bahia Lauro, 1917 seized from Hamburg South America Line by Brazilian Government renamed Caxias, 1923 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1924 renamed Ruy Barbosa, 1927 purchased, 1934 wrecked at Mindello, Portugal. 9,790
Cayru 1919 ex- Scanmail, 1940 purchased from American Scantic Line, NY renamed Cayru, 8th Mar.1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.94 south of Philadelphia. 5,152
Ceara 1907 1927 renamed Commandante Ripper, 1940 name respelled Comandante Ripper, 1962 scrapped. 3,324
Cearaloide 1912 ex- Laura Lauro, 1941 seized from Achille Lauro, Naples by Brazilian Government, transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Cearaloide, 1949 returned to Achille Lauro renamed Laura Lauro. 5,787
Celestino 1967 1986 sold to Navegaceo Atlantico Sul, Brazil. 6,255
Chuiloide 1935 ex- Herdis, 1942 seized from A/S Dampsk. Selsk. Torm, Copenhagen by Brazilian Government, transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Chuiloide, 7th Aug.1944 sunk in collision with s/s TIETE off Santa Catharina Island. 1,659
Cidade de Belem 1962 1971 sold to Maraprecio Cia Nav, Greece renamed Sunny Med. 5,530
Cidade de Manaus 1962 1971 sold to Marlineas Surenas SA, Greece renamed Blue Med. 5,430
Comandante Alcidio   see Sirio.  
Comandante Capella   see Saturno.  
Comandante Lyra 1919 ex- Southland, 1940 purchased from Mooremack Gulf Lines, NY renamed Comandante Lyra. 21st Mar.1959 abandoned on fire off Porto Laguna, Brazil and drifted ashore. 5,052
Comandante Martini   see Mandu.  
Comandante Pessoa 1919 ex- Mormacsea, 1940 purchased from American Scantic Line, NY renamed Comandante Pessoa. 2nd Sep.1954 struck rocks and sank off Cabo Sao Roque, Brazil. 4,955
Comandante Ripper   see Ceara.  
Commandante Alcidio   see Sirio.  
Commandante Alvim (1) 1890 ex- Rosa Lowndes, 1893 purchased from Viconde de Leopoldina, Rio de Janeiro renamed Commandante Alvim, 1913 sold to C. Moreira, Rio de Janeiro renamed Gloria. 336
Commandante Alvim (2)   see Jupiter.  
Commandante Capella   see Saturno.  
Commandante Manoel Lourenco   see Mercedes.  
Commandante Miranda   see Prudente de Moraes (1).  
Commandante Ripper   see Ceara.  
Commandante Severino   see Bahia.  
Commandante Vasconcellos   see Desterro.  
Cons. Dantas 1894 no info. 249
Corvo 1908 no info. 112
Cubatao 1907 1955 scrapped. 1,808
Cuiaba   see Cuyaba.  
Curvello 1907 ex- Gertrud Woermann, 1917 seized from Woermann Line by Brazilian Government renamed Curvello, 1925 purchased by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 renamed Cantauria Guimaraes, 1931 renamed Siqueira Campos, 25th Aug.1943 beached near Caponga after collision with s/s CUYABA, total loss. 6,465
Curytiba 1905 ex- Walburg, 1917 seized from Hamburg Bremer Afrika Line by Brazilian Government renamed Curytiba, 1923 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1925 purchased, 1956 scrapped. 3,081
Cuyaba 1906 ex- Hohenstaufen, 1917 seized from Hamburg America Line by Brazilian Government renamed Cuyaba, 1920 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, 1960 name respelled Cuiaba, 1963 scrapped. 6,489
Desterro 1889 1894 transferred from Cia. Nacional de Nav. a Vapor, Rio de Janeiro, 1913 renamed Florianopolis, 1923 renamed Commandante Vasconcellos, 1931 renamed Joaquim Tavora, 1935 scrapped. 1,495
Diamantino 1888 1891 transferred from Cia. Nacional de Nav. a Vapor, Rio de Janeiro, 1932 deleted from Lloyds Register. 760
Dom Pedro I   see Pedro I.  
Dom Pedro II   see Pedro II.  
Duque de Caxias   see Benevente.  
Espirito Santo 1875 no info. 1,735
Estrella 1887 1899 purchased from Cia. Brazileira de Estrada de Ferro e Nav, Rio de Janeiro, 1908 burned at Itajahy, 1923 relisted as owned by Mutzembecker & Co., Rio de Janeiro renamed Etha. 400
Fagundes Varella 1889 1907 purchased from Empreza Brazileira de Nav. Freitas, Rio de Janeiro, 1912 abandoned on fire off Aracaju. 1,254
Farrapo 1937 1938 transferred from Government of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, 1954 aground off Marica, broke in two. Afterpart towed to Rio and rebuilt with new forepart. 1967 scrapped. 2,926
Felipe Camarao 1919 ex- Ten, 1941 purchased from Terminals & Transportation Corp, Detroit renamed Felipe Camarao, 1954 scrapped. 2,664
Florianopolis   see Desterro.  
Gavealoide 1922 ex- Arizona, 1942 seized from DFDS, Copenhagen by Brazilian Government, transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Gavealoide, 1945 returned to DFDS renamed Arizona. 6,386
Goiazloide 1922 ex- Teresa, 1941 seized from Italia S.A. di Nav., Trieste by Brazilian Government, transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Goiazloide (Goiasloide), 1967 scrapped. 6,131
Goncalves Dias 1920 ex- Mormacsun, 1940 purchased from American Scantic Line, NY renamed Goncalves Dias, 24th May 1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.502 in Caribbean. 4,996
Goyaz 1902 ex- Castro Alves, 1907 purchased from Empreza Brazileira de Nav. Freitas, Rio de Janeiro renamed Goyaz, 1931 scrapped. 1,852
Gram Para 1888 1907 purchased from Empreza de Nav. Gram Para (Fernandes Gomez), Para, 1913 wrecked while coasting. 1.565
Guajara 1879 ex- Gregory, 1897 purchased from Booth Line by Empreza Navagacao Gram Para, Para, renamed Guajara, 1907 transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro, 1930 scrapped. 1,498
Guanabara 1960 1980 sold to Brasilmar Navegaceo, Rio de Janeiro, renamed Alberto Monteiro. 3,996
Guaraloide   see Guarapore.  
Guarapore 1919 1941 purchased from Empreza Internacional de Transportes, Rio de Janeiro, 1943 renamed Guaraloide, 1958 scrapped. 1,219
Guaratuba 1894 ex- Corrientes, 1917 seized from Hamburg South America Line by Brazilian Government renamed Guaratuba, 1922 purchased by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1935 scrapped. 3,775
Guaruja 1960 1980 sold to Stamble Shipping Co., Cyprus. 4,067
Henrique Dias 1919 ex- Queen, 1941 purchased from Terminals & Transportation Corp, Detroit renamed Henrique Dias, 1954 scrapped. 2,592
Henrique Lage 1962 1974 sold to Great Circle Marine Ltd, Panama renamed Bolina. 6,890
Humayta / Humaita 1878 1890 purchased, 1899 deleted from Register. 297
Ibiapaba 1907 1937 scrapped. 1,810
Iguassu 1912 ex- Santa Rosa, 1917 seized from Hamburg South America Line by Brazilian Government renamed Iguassu, 1923 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, 1950 scrapped. 3,797
Imediato Joao Silva 1919 ex- Southerner, 1940 purchased from Moremack Gulf Lines, NY renamed Imediato Joao Silva, 1955 scrapped. 5,083
Inconfidente 1937 1938 transferred from Government of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, 1969 sold to Jose Salguero, Rio de Janeiro. 2,927
Industrial 1891 1917 purchased from Empreza Esperanca Maritima, Rio de Janeiro, 1921 deleted from Lloyds Register. 319
Inga 1900 ex- Etruria, 1917 seized from Hamburg America Line by Brazilian Government renamed Inga, 1922 purchased by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1936 hulked. 4,437
Ipanemaloide   see Rioloide.  
Iracema 1960 1980 sold to Statesman Shipping Co., Cyprus renamed Anna L., then Ioannis III. 3,847
Iris 1891 1895 purchased from Cia. Brazileira de Estradas de Ferro e Nav., Rio de Janeiro, 1928 scrapped. 1,430
Itabera 1972 1982 laid up.1988 scrapped. 10,192
Itagiba 1972 1988 scrapped. 10,844
Itaimbe 1971 1990 transferred to Lloydbras, Brazil, registered St.Vincent and renamed Taim. 10,844
Itaite 1971 1998 scrapped. 10,844
Itamar   see Rio Guapore.  
Itamaraty 1916 ex- Willy, purchased from Victor Jenssens Redei, Oslo after burnt out at Charleston, S.C., repaired and renamed Itamaraty, 12th Jun.1949 badly damaged by explosion in Rio harbour and scrapped. 5,832
Itanage 1970 1998 scrapped. 10,844
Itapage 1971 1983 collided with Taiwanese ship EVER LEVEL in Elbe Estuary, 1998 scrapped. 10,844
Itape 1971 1998 scrapped. 10,844
Itapemerim 1891 ex- Ruy Lowndes, 1894 purchased from Viconde de Leopoldina, Rio de Janeiro renamed Itapemerim, 1913 wrecked while coasting. 335
Itapeva   see Rio Jurua.  
Itapua 1960 1980 sold to Seapride Marine Co., Cyprus renamed Lina. 3,847
Itapuca 1971 1984 damaged by cargo fire and laid up. 1988 scrapped. 10,845
Itapui 1971 1989 sold to St. Vincent renamed Tapu and scrapped. 10,846
Itapura 1972 1984 laid up. 1988 scrapped. 10,846
Itaquatia 1972 1998 scrapped. 10,844
Itaquice 1970 1985 scrapped. 10,844
Itassuce 1972 1989 sold to Panama renamed Tassu and scrapped. 10,846
Itatinga 1972 1982 laid up, 1985 sold to Brazilian Navy renamed Almirante Gastao Mota. 10,192
Jaboatao 1907 ex- Arnold Amsinck, 1917 seized from Woermann Line by Brazilian Government renamed Jaboatao, 1923 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, 1956 scrapped. 4,526
Jangadeiro 1938 1938 transferred from Government of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, 17th Aug.1967 wrecked at entrance to Ilheus Harbour. 2,927
Javary 1907 1937 scrapped. 1,295
Joao Alfredo   see Olinda.  
Joaquim Tavora   see Desterro.  
Joazeiro 1907 ex- Santa Lucia, 1917 seized from Hamburg South America Line by Brazilian Government renamed Joazeiro, 1922 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1925 purchased, 1955 scrapped. 4,238
Julio Regis 1964 1983 sold to Brasilmar Nav., Brazil renamed Beatriz Monteiro. 6,255
Jupiter 1905 1910 purchased from Cia. de Nav. Cruzeiro do Sul, Santos, 1914 wrecked at Santa Catharina, later salvaged and repaired, 1917 renamed Ruy Barbosa, 1923 renamed Commandante Alvim, 1931 renamed Annibal Benevolo, 16th Aug.1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.507 near Recife. 1,905
Ladario 1888 1891 transferred from Cia. Nacional de Nav. a Vapor, Rio de Janeiro, 1928 sold to Cia. de Nav. Rio Branco, Rio de Janeiro renamed Rio Claro, 1931 deleted from Lloyds Register. 760
Lages 1907 ex- Rauenfels, 1917 seized from Hansa Line by Brazilian Government renamed Lages, 1925 purchased by Lloyd Brasileiro, 27th Sep.1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.514 off mouth of Amazon. 5,473
Laguna (1) 1888 1891 transferred from Cia. Nacional de Nav. a Vapor, Rio de Janeiro, 1925 deleted from Lloyds Register. 411
Laguna (2) 1890 ex- Alexandria, 1920 purchased from Empreza Esperanca Maritima, Rio de Janeiro renamed Laguna, 1921 wrecked at Laguna, Brazil. 525
Leblon 1960 1979 sold to Baru Shipping Co., Cyprus. 3,847
Lesteloide 1912 ex- Olovsborg, 1941 seized from J. A. Zachariassen, Nystad, Finland by Brazilian Government, 1942 transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Lesteloide, 1948 transferred to Brazilian Navy as training ship, 1955 scrapped. 5,758
Librato 1896 1941 by Brazilian Government seized from Fratelli Magi, Genoa, handed to Lloyd Brasileiro, 1943 sold to Servicos de Nav. da Amazonia, Para renamed Oswaldo Cruz. 486
Lloyd Alegrete 1981 1993 sold to Marine Challenger SA, Panama renamed Challenger IV. 11,372
Lloyd Altamira 1976 1986 sold to Frota Amazonica SA, Brazil renamed Frota Altamira. 7,695
Lloyd Antuerpia 1975 1984 sold to Cape Rio Shipping Ltd, Greece renamed Rio. 9,111
Lloyd Argentina 1981 1990 sold to Transporte Maritimos Ltds, Brazil renamed Mit Rio de Janeiro. 9,111
Lloyd Atlantico 1986 2001 sold to Brazilian Navy, converted to support ship and renamed Atlantico Sul. 22,600
Lloyd Bage 1973 1987 laid up, 1998 scrapped. 5,379
Lloyd Bahia 1982 1993 laid up, 2000 scrapped. 11,372
Lloyd Cuiaba 1975 1990 sold to Eiuclid Shipping Co., Cyprus renamed Marina C. 6,922
Lloyd Genova 1977 1990 sold to Sea-Key Shipping Co., Cyprus renamed Phæthon. 9,112
Lloyd Hamburgo 1974 1989 sold to Ballina Nav. Co., Cyprus renamed Icarus. 9,111
Lloyd Houston 1981 1993 sold to Port Shipping Co., Cyprus renamed Aristoteles. 9,111
Lloyd Humaita 1976 1985 sold to Frota Amazonica SA, Brazil renamed Frota Humaita. 7,778
Lloyd Liverpool 1974 1989 transferred to Maltese registry renamed Arian. 9,111
Lloyd Mandu 1979 1993 sold to Memory Nav. Co., Cyprus renamed Prometheus. 11,874
Lloyd Maraba 1977 1985 sold to Frota Amazonica SA, Brazil renamed Frota Maraba. 7,778
Lloyd Marselha 1976 1990 sold to Lux Lily Shipping Corp, Venezuela renamed Lux Lily. 9,111
Lloyd Mexico 1981 1993 sold to Marine Challenger SA, Panama renamed Esperanza III. 9,111
Lloyd Pacifico 1984 1996 sold to Panama renamed Patsy N. 22,783
Lloyd Rotterdam 1974 1984 sold to Panama Trading SA, Panama renamed Cap George L. 9,111
Lloyd Santarem 1975 1983 laid up, 1989 scrapped. 7,695
Lloyd Santos 1974 1990 sold to Edition Shipping Co., Cyprus renamed Carinio Reefer. 4,890
Lloyd Tupiara 1980 1990 sold to Seacross Nav. Co., Cyprus renamed Anteos. 11,393
Lloyd Venezuela 1983 1989 sold to Lux Rose Shipping, Liberia renamed Lux Rose. 9,111
Lloydbras 1973 1989 sold to Transatlantic Glory SA, Panama renamed Brasilia. 9,112
Loide America 1947 1969 scrapped. 5,408
Loide Argentina 1948 1970 scrapped. 5,391
Loide Bolivia 1948 1970 scrapped. 5,388
Loide Brasil 1947 1969 scrapped. 5,408
Loide Canada 1947 1970 scrapped. 5,391
Loide Chile 1947 1969 scrapped. 5,390
Loide Colombia 1948 1970 scrapped. 5,408
Loide Cuba 1948 1970 scrapped. 5,408
Loide Equador 1948 1970 scrapped. 5,408
Loide Guatemala 1947 1970 scrapped. 5,408
Loide Haiti 1947 1969 scrapped. 5,408
Loide Honduras 1948 1969 scrapped. 5,408
Loide Mexico 1947 1970 scrapped. 5,408
Loide Nicaragua 1948 1970 scrapped. 5,408
Loide Panama 1947 1969 scrapped. 5,408
Loide Paraguai 1947 1969 scrapped. 5,391
Loide Peru 1948 1970 scrapped. 5,408
Loide Sao Domingos 1947 1970 scrapped. 5,408
Loide Uruguai 1948 1970 scrapped. 5,392
Loide Venezuela 1948 1969 scrapped. 5,408
Londrina 1963 1984 scrapped. 5,430
Macapa 1888 ex- Frieda Woermann, 1917 seized from Woermann Line by Brazilian Government renamed Macapa, 1920 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, 1935 scrapped. 2,578
Manaos 1883 no info. 1,719
Mandu 1913 1922 managed for Brazilian Government, 1927 purchased, 1956 renamed Comandante Martini, 1958 sold to Branatra Empresa Brasileira de Nav. Transatlantica, Rio de Janeiro. 6,569
Manoel Victorino 1895 no info. 290
Mantiqueira 1907 1942 wrecked off Ilha de Araras, Santa Catharina, Brazil. 1,696
Marajo 1877 ex- Clement, 1897 purchased from Booth Line by Empreza Navagacao Gram Para, Para, renamed Marajo, 1900 sold not renamed, 1907 sold to Lloyd Brasileiro same name, 1912 became hulk. 1,227
Maranguape 1906 ex- Gunther, 1917 seized from Union Line, Hamburg (see Hamburg South America Line) by Brazilian Government renamed Maranguape, 1922 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, 1945 scrapped. 3,037
Maranhao 1887 1891 transferred from Cia. Nacional de Nav. a Vapor, Rio de Janeiro, 1923 scrapped. 1,916
Marilia 1963 1985 scrapped. 5,430
Mathilde 1868 1890 purchased, 1893 wrecked off Caravelas. 169
Matto Grosso 1869 no info. 304
Maua 1919 ex- Scanyork, 1940 purchased from American Scantic Line, NY renamed Maua, 1964 laid up, 1967 scrapped. 5,163
Mayrink 1882 no info. 551
Mearim 1885 no info. 2,066
Mercedes 1889 ex- Golondrina, 1891 purchased from Ernesto Tornqvist, Buenos Aires renamed Mercedes, 1923 renamed Commandante Manoel Lourenco, 1927 wrecked at Dous Rios, Ilha Grande. 883
Meteoro 1891 1897 purchased from Empreza de Obras Publicas de Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, 1902 wrecked at Tramandahy. 1,082
Midosi 1919 ex- Mormactide, 1940 purchased from American Scantic Line, NY renamed Midosi, 1961 scrapped. 4,951
Minas Gerais 1910 1923 renamed Affonso Penna, 2nd Mar.1943 torpedoed, shelled and sunk by Italian submarine BARBARIGO off Bahia. 3,540
Minasloide 1904 ex- Augusta, 1941 seized from Andrea Zanchi, Genoa by Brazilian Government, managed by Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Minasloide, 1950 returned to A. Zanchi, renamed Augusta and scrapped. 5,702
Miranda 1907 1941 wrecked at Ponta Destaboas. 1,108
Murthinho 1907 1958 scrapped. 1,106
Norteloide 1917 ex- Bollwerk, 1941 seized from Aug. Bolten, Hamburg by Brazilian Government, transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Norteloide. 28th Oct.1945 on fire 80 miles NE from Rio de Janeiro and drifted ashore. 4,172
Oceano 1892 ex- Belem, 1910 purchased from Cia. Paraense de Nav. a Vap., Para renamed Oceano, 1917 hulked. 1,121
Oesteloide 1921 tanker ex- Myriam, 1942 purchased from Cia. Maritima Istmenia, Panama renamed Oesteloide, 1945 converted to dry cargo ship, 1950 hulked. 7,012
Olinda 1891 1920 renamed Joao Alfredo, 1937 reported scrapped. 2,020
Orion 1905 1913 purchased from Cia. de Nav. Cruzeiro do Sul, Santos, 1915 wrecked on Macucos Island. 1,886
Osorio 1919 ex- Commercial Bostonian, 1940 purchased from Mooremack Gulf Lines, NY reanmed Osorio, 27th Sep.1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.514 off Amazon. 2,730
Oyapock (1)   see Oyapoque.  
Oyapock (2) 1905 ex- Venus, 1916 purchased from Cia. de Nav. Cruzeiro do Sul, Santos renamed Oyapock, 1925 sold to Brazilian Navy as training ship renamed Aspirante Nascimento, 1953 scrapped. 916
Oyapoque 1907 (Oyapock), 1915 chartered to Brazilian Navy as minesweeper renamed Almirante Jaceguay, 1927 returned to owners reverted to Oyapoque, 1928 hulked. 1,294
Para (1) 1871 no info. 1,544
Para (2) 1907 1962 scrapped. 3,351
Paraguay 1926 1948 sold to Navegaceo da Bacia do Prato, Rio de Janeiro renamed Paraguai. 938
Paranagua 1961 Feb.1968 sunk in collision in River Elbe with Pakistan Mansoor. 3,993
Paranaloide 1924 ex- Antonio Limoncelli, 1941 seized from Achille Lauro, Naples by Brazilian Government, transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Paranaloide, 1950 returned to Lauro renamed Antonio Limoncelli. 4,574
Parnahyba 1913 ex- Alrich, 1917 seized from Roland Line, Bremen by Brazilian Government renamed Parnahyba, 1923 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, 1st May 1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.162 east of Trinidad. 6,692
Pedro I 1908 ex- Wyreema, 1926 purchased from Australasian United S.N. Co., Melbourne renamed Pedro I, 1935 renamed Dom Pedro I, 1958 scrapped. 6,370
Pedro II 1910 ex- Levuka, 1926 purchased from Australasian United S.N. Co., Sydney renamed Pedro II, 1935 renamed Dom Pedro II, 1963 scrapped. 6,129
Pelotas 1891 1892 wrecked off Cape Colonia, Uruguay. 1,612
Pelotasloide 1918 ex- Auctoritas, 1941 seized by Brazilian Government from Soc. Anon. Industria Armamento, Genoa, transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Pelotasloide. 4th Jul.1943 torpedoed and sunk by U.590 off Amazon. 5,228
Pereira Carnero 1963 1974 sold to Mercators Mariners Ltd, Liberia renamed Corinna. 6,894
Pernambuco 1875 no info. 1,736
Phoca 1908 no info. 112
Pirailoide 1913 ex- California, 1942 seized from DFDS by Brazilian Government, transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Pirailoide, 1945 returned to DFDS renamed California. 4,576
Planeta 1890 1916 scrapped. 1,400
Pocone 1910 ex- Coburg, 1917 seized from North German Lloyd by Brazilian Government renamed Pocone, 1922 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, 1960 scrapped. 6,750
Ponta Verde 1918 ex- J. E. O'Neil, 1941 purchased from Atlantic Refining Co., Philadelphia renamed Ponta Verde, 23rd Apr.1941 ashore in Magellan Straits, total loss. 7,070
Porto Alegre 1889 1891 transferred from Cia. Nacional de Nav. a Vapor, Rio de Janeiro, 1905 wrecked near Cabo Santa Marta. 1,490
Presidente Kennedy 1965 1983 sold to Empresa de Nav. Nacional Transnave. 9,084
Princesa Isabel 1964 1967 purchased from Cia. Nacional de Nav.Costiera Federal, Rio de Janeiro, 1969 sold to Dominion Far East Line, converted to cruise ship and renamed Marco Polo. 9,696
Princesa Leopoldina 1964 1967 purchased from Cia. Nacional de Nav.Costiera Federal, Rio de Janeiro, 1970 sold to China Navigation Co., converted to cruise ship renamed Coral Princess. 9,696
Prudente de Moraes (1) 1896 1923 renamed Commandante Miranda, 1927 wrecked near Itapoam. 780
Prudente de Moraes (2)   see Rio de Janeiro (2).  
Purus 1900 1911 purchased from Buarque Line (E. Ribeiro), London, 1935 scrapped. 3,822
Pyrineas 1910 26th Jun.1954 sprung a leak and and sank two days later while 400 miles north from Rio de Janeiro. 1,696
Rapido 1878 no info. 430
Raul Soares 1900 ex- Madeira, 1925 purchased from Hamburg South America Line renamed Raul Soares, 1965 scrapped. 5,909
Recifeloide 1916 ex- Aequitas, 1942 seized from Soc. per Azioni Nova Genuensis, Genoa by Brazilian Government, transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Recifeloide, 1950 returned to Soc. per Azioni Nova Genuensis, Genoa renamed Aequitas. 5,335
Reconcavo 1916 ex- H. C. Folger, 1941 purchased from Atlantic Refining Co., Philadelphia renamed Reconcavo, 1954 scrapped. 7,086
Rio Acre 1986 1993 sold to Meteor Nav. Ltd, Greece renamed Aris. 27,000
Rio Amazonas 1945 ex- Dragon Fly, 1947 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Amazonas, 1969 scrapped. 3,805
Rio Apa 1985 1998 sold to Comp. de Nav. Norsul, Brazil renamed Norsul Recife. 25,200
Rio Assu 1986 1999 sold to Valour Nav. Ltd, Cyprus renamed Syriotissa. 25,200
Rio Branco (1) 1919 ex- Southfolk, 1940 purchased from American Scantic Line, NY renamed Rio Branco, 1947 renamed Barao do Rio Branco, 1961 scrapped. 4,925
Rio Branco (2) 1981 Jan.1995 exploded and caught fire at Guanabara Bay and laid up, 1997 scrapped. 21,733
Rio Capibaribe 1945 ex- Tucked Bend, 1956 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Capibaribe, 1972 sold to Soc. Paulista di Nav. Matarazzo, Brazil. 3,818
Rio Coari 1987 1998 sold to Comp. de Nav. Norsul, Brazil renamed Norsul Amazonas. 29,743
Rio de Janeiro (1) 1875 no info. 600
Rio de Janeiro (2) 1908 1923 renamed Prudente de Moraes, 1939 wrecked in Straits of Magellan, refloated, repaired and sold to R. C. Waters, Valparaiso. 3,583
Rio Doce 1945 ex- Ring Knot, 1947 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Doce, 1974 sold to Linhas Brasileiras de Nav., Rio de Janeiro. 3,805
Rio Grande (1) 1875 no info. 600
Rio Grande (2) 1981 1993 sold to Aquaroots Shipping Co., Malta renamed Vorios Ipiros Hellas. 21,733
Rio Guapore 1945 ex- COASTAL ADVOCATE, 1947 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Guapore, 1948 renamed Itamar, 1952 renamed Rio Guapore, 1969 scrapped. 3,805
Rio Guiaba 1945 ex- Sheepshank, 1947 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Guiaba, 10th Jun.1961 went ashore near Belem and broke in two. 3,805
Rio Gurupi 1945 ex- Chain and Crown, 1947 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Gurupi, 1969 scrapped. 3,805
Rio Iguacu 1945 ex- Hawser Splice, 1956 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Iguacu, 1971 sold to Cia. de Nav. do Norte Transportes Maritimos e Fluviales, Brazil renamed Cidade de Alcantara. 3,818
Rio Ipiranga 1945 ex- Mooring Knot, 1947 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Ipiranga, 1970 scrapped. 3,812
Rio Jaguaribe 1945 ex- Emerald Knot, 1956 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Jaguaribe, 1976 sold to Romen Inc. SA, Panama renamed Ciudad de Itagui. 3,806
Rio Jequitinhonha 1945 ex- Anchor Bend, 1956 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Jequitinhonha, 1970 scrapped. 3,812
Rio Jurua 1945 ex- Hook Hitch, 1947 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Jurua, 1948 renamed Itapeva, 1952 renamed Rio Jurua, 1969 scrapped. 3,805
Rio Maracana 1945 ex- Coastal Defender, 1956 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Maracana, 1969 scrapped. 3,805
Rio Miranda 1945 ex- Coastal Herald, 1956 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Miranda, 1974 sold to Casimiro Filho Industria e Comercial, Brazil renamed Mirosal. 3,805
Rio Mocoro 1945 ex- Coastal Observer, 1956 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Mocoro, 1971 sold to Navegaceo Riograndense, Brazil renamed Guarapes. 3,805
Rio Negro (1) 1872 no info. 450
Rio Negro (2) 1881 1890 purchased, 17th July 1893 wrecked off Santos. 1,192
Rio Negro (3) 1978 1994 laid up, 1995 transferred to Cypriot registry renamed Georgete K. 21,733
Rio Oiapoque 1945 ex- Spool Sinnet, 1947 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Oiapoque, 1969 scrapped. 3,812
Rio Paquequer 1945 ex- Hawser Eye, 1956 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Paquequer, 1974 sold to Casimiro Filho Industria e Comercial, Brazil renamed Miroleste. 3,805
Rio Paraguacu 1945 ex- Coastal Archer, 1956 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Paraguacu, 1976 sold to Romen Inc SSA., Panama renamed Irazu. 3,805
Rio Parana 1883 1890 purchased, 1892 wrecked off Imbituba, Sta. Catarina. 1,508
Rio Pardo 1883 no info. 1,509
Rio Parnaiba 1945 ex- Blackwall Hitch, 1947 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Parnaiba, 1969 scrapped. 3,806
Rio Piabanha 1945 ex- Coastal Conqueror, 1956 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Piabanha, 1970 scrapped. 3,805
Rio Pianco 1945 ex- Coastal Ringleader, 1956 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Pianco, Aug,1972 badly damaged in collision with m/v ZULEIKA and scrapped. 3,805
Rio Purus 1986 1994 sold to Seldana Shipping, Panama renamed Alanya. 27,000
Rio Sao Francisco 1945 ex- Cat's Paw, 1947 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Sao Francisco, 1970 scrapped. 3,805
Rio Sao Joao 1868 no info. 144
Rio Solimoes 1945 ex- Coastal Expounder,1947 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Solimoes, 1969 scrapped. 3,805
Rio Tefe 1986 1998 sold to Comp. de Nav. Norsul, Brazil renamed Norsul Vitoria. 25,200
Rio Tocantins 1945 ex- Lanyard Knot, 1947 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Tocantins, 1971 scrapped. 3,805
Rio Tubarao 1944 ex- Coastal Competition, 1956 purchased from USMC renamed Rio Tubarao, 1974 sold to Linhas Brasileiras de Nav., Rio de Janeiro. 3,805
Rio Verde 1977 1993 transferred to Cyprus registry renamed Fedra. 21,733
Rioloide 1924 ex- Pampano, 1941 seized from Polena Soc. Anon. di Nav., Naples by Brazilian Government, transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Rioloide, 1948 renamed Ipanemaloide, 1950 returned to Polena S.A. di Nav, Naples renamed Pampano. 6,232
Rodrigues Alves   see Acre.  
Romeo Braga 1966 May 1981 on fire off Lagos, Nigeria, sold to Greece, repaired and renamed Bravo George. 9,085
Rosa da Fonseca 1962 1968 purchased from Cia. Nacional de Nav.Costiera Federal, Rio de Janeiro, 1972 rebuilt to 12,433 tons, 1975 sold to Cosmos Passenger service, Panama renamed Seven Seas. 10,451
Ruy Barbosa (1)   see Jupiter.  
Ruy Barbosa (2)   see Caxias.  
S. Paulo 1907 6th May 1921 sank in Rio de Janeiro harbour. 3,583
S. Salvador 1891 1926 name amended to Sao Salvador 1927 deleted from Lloyds Register. 2,020
Sabara 1912 ex- Monte Penedo, 1917 seized from Hamburg South America Line by Brazilian Government renamed Sabara, 1922 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, 1948 renamed Ascanio Coelho, 1969 scrapped. 3,695
Santarem 1908 ex- Eisenach, 1917 seized from North German Lloyd by Brazilian Government renamed Santarem, 1922 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1927 purchased, 1962 scrapped. 6,757
Santos (1) 1891 1909 scrapped. 1,654
Santos (2) 1899 1917 seized from Hamburg South America Line by Brazilian Government, 1922 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1925 purchased, 1961 scrapped. 4,855
Sao Felix 1881 no info. 337
Sao Paulo 1885 1900 purchased from Empresa de Nav.de S. Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, 1902 wrecked at entrance to Santa Victoria. 486
Sao Salvador   see S. Salvador.  
Satellite 1890 1900 purchased from Cia. Estradas de Ferro e Nav. do Norte do Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, 1927 reported hulked. 1,412
Saturno 1904 1908 purchased from Cia. de Nav. Cruzeiro do Sul, Santos, 1917 renamed Servulo Dourado, 1923 renamed Commandante Capella, 1940 name respelled as Comandante Capella, 1962 scrapped. 1,811
Sergipe 1902 ex- Goncalves Diaz, 1907 purchased from Empreza Brazileira de Nav. Freitas, Rio de Janeiro renamed Sergipe, 1936 hulked. 1,859
Servulo Dourado   see Saturno.  
Siqueira Campos   see Curvello.  
Sirio 1905 1910 purchased from Cia. de Nav. Cruzeiro do Sul, Santos, 1923 renamed Commandante Alcidio, 1940 name respelled as Comandante Alcidio, 1944 wrecked outside Aracaju. 1,858
Suloide 1920 ex- Maceio, 1941 purchased from Hamburg South America Line renamed Suloide, 26th Mar.1943 wrecked after striking a wreck off Cape Hatteras. 3,235
Tabatinga 1902 ex- Stadt Schleswig, 1917 seized from Roland Line by Brazilian Government renamed Tabatinga, 1927 purchased by Lloyd Brasileiro, 1932 scrapped. 1,103
Tamandare 1919 ex- Mormacport, 1940 purchased from American Scantic Line, NY renamed Tamandare, 26th Jul.1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.66 off Barbados. 4,924
Tapajoz 1902 1910 purchased from Buarque Line (E. Ribeiro), London, 1936 scrapped. 3,774
Taubate 1905 ex- Franken, 1917 seized from North German Lloyd by Brazilian Government renamed Taubate, 1925 purchased by Lloyd Brasileiro, 3rd Jul.1954 broke moorings at Recife and drifted aground, total loss. 5,099
Therezina 1906 ex- Siegmund, 1917 seized from Hamburg America Line by Brazilian Government renamed Therezina, 1st Feb.1919 wrecked on San Sebatian Island. 3,043
Tiradentes 1920 ex- Southlure, 1940 purchased from American Scantic Line, NY renamed Tiradentes, 13th Feb.1945 sunk in collision with s/s ALBERT P. RYDER in Atlantic. 4,986
Tocantins 1901 1911 purchased from Buarque Line (E. Ribeiro), London, 1933 struck rocks and sank near Santos. 3,837
Todos os Santos 1960 1980 sold to Brasilmar Navegaceo, Rio de Janeiro renamed Santo Antonio do Triunfo. 3,993
Torres 1959 1979 sold to Oceanspirits Marine Co., Cyprus renamed Desanmar. 3,847
Turiacu 1960 1980 sold to Brasilmar Navegaceo, Rio de Janeiro renamed Vitoria da Conquista. 3,992
Uba 1901 ex- Hawaiian, 1925 purchased from American-Hawaiian SS Co., New York renamed Uba, 1936 hulked. 3,373
Uberaba 1911 ex- Henny Woermann, 1917 seized from Woermann Line by Brazilian Government renamed Uberaba, 1920 managed by Lloyd Brasileiro, 23rd Mar.1921 wrecked on Manoel Luis Shoal on voyage NY to Brazil. 6,082
Uca 1924 ex- Westfalia, 1926 purchased from Union Line, Hamburg renamed Uca, 1961 scrapped. 1,344
Una 1906 ex- Ewell, 1925 purchased from Wandsworth, Wimbledon & Epsom District Gas Co., London renamed Una, 26th Oct.1936 sank after striking submerged object off Cabo Santa Maria. 1,036
Unitas 1892 ex- Recife, 1910 purchased from Cia. Paraense de Nav. a Vapor., Para renamed Unitas, 1917 hulked. 1,124
Uno 1913 ex- Mitcham, 1926 purchased from Wandsworth, Wimbledon & Epsom District Gas Co., London renamed Uno, 1930 renamed Tutoya, 1st Jul.1943 torpedoed and sunk by U.513 off Rio de Janeiro. 1,125
Uru 1905 ex- Anneliese, 1925 purchased from Emder Reederei, Hamburg renamed Uru, 1957 scrapped. 4,097
Uruguay 1926 1948 sold to Navegaceo da Bacia do Prato, Rio de Janeiro. 929
Victoria 1882 no info. 634
Vitorialoide 1922 ex- Aida Lauro, 1941 seized from Achille Lauro, Naples by Brazilian Government, transferred to Lloyd Brasileiro renamed Vitorialoide, 1950 returned to Lauro renamed Aida Lauro. 6,067
Vizeu 1881 1891 purchased, 1897 deleted from Register. 357
Volta Redonda 1962 1979 sold to Catapola Shipping Co., Greece renamed Atlantic Sky. 5,530
Ypiranga (1) 1891 ex- Fortaleza, 1910 purchased from Cia. Paraense de Nav. a Vap., Para renamed Ypiranga, 1921 deleted from Lloyds Register. 1,121
Ypiranga (2) 1891 1923 purchased from Solheira, Motte & & Co., Para, 1931 deleted from Lloyds Register. 352

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