Panamanian-flagged freighter chartered by a British broker killed by Franco's naval forces in the Cantabrian coast, near Laredo Bay during the Spanish civil war.
WRECKS IN SPAIN
The Spanish Antarctic freighter ran aground on October 6, 1959 west of Las Quebrantas Santander at the entrance when the route was Lobito (Angola) to Santander and carrying 5,000 tons of manganese.
Shortly after the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, the battleship "Spain", moored at Ferrol, and operational use either for their antiquity, was taken by the National Forces.
The ship, owned by Naviera Ferros, was the route from Gijon to Bilbao with a full load of coal.
This steam freighter British sank off the Cantabrian coast on May 14, 1901 after running aground when it was St. Nazaire route to Santander.
The Spanish freighter Rio Miera, on December 6, 1951 suffered a collision and sank 4 miles from Cabo Mayor.
In Scotland, saithe stern machine with Norwegian flag, in 1938, loaded with 850 tons of iron pyrite Hinojedo and heading to France, he was surprised heavy seas while crossing the bar corretín Suances and the mouth of