MacAndrews Line Ships (1)

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Carpio Cervantes Churruca
Cid Cisneros Pacheco
Palacio Pinto (1928) Pinto (1947)
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Carpio

Carpio
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Basic Data

Item Value
Type Cargo Ship
Original Owners and Managers MacAndrews & Co Ltd
Country First Registered UK
Shipbuilder H 7amp; C Grayson
Shipyard Liverpool
Country where built UK
Yard Number 110
Official Number 146158
Call Sign GFQZ
Classification Society Lloyd's
Gross Tonnage 1,847
Deadweight (DWT) N/K
Net Tonnage 898
Length 264.8 Ft.
Overall Length N/K
Breadth or Beam 41.2 Ft.
Depth 18.8 Ft.
Draught N/K
Engine Type Triple-expansion Steam Engine
Engine Details Cylinders of bore 21", 34", 56" and stroke 36"
Engine Builder McKie & Baxter
Engine Builder Works Glasgow
Engine Builder Country UK
Boiler Details 2 single-ended boilers and one auxiliary boiler operating at 180 psi
Propulsion Type Single Screw
Power 280 MN
Maximum Speed 10.5

Additional Construction Information

  • 1 deck and shelter deck
  • Fitted with radio direction finding equipment
  • Fitted for oil fuel

Career Highlights

Date Event
20 January 1921 Launched
August 1921 Completed

Crew and Capacity Information

Item Value
Crew N/K
Passengers N/K
Cargo Capacity N/K

Status and Service History Information

Item Value
Status Broken Up
Service History Information Taken to Rainham 6 November 1954 for breaking by Shaws of Kent

Cervantes

Cervantes
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Basic Data

Item Value
Type Cargo Ship
Original Owners and Managers MacAndrews & Co Ltd
Country First Registered UK
Shipbuilder H & C Grayson Ltd
Shipyard Garston
Country where built UK
Yard Number 107
Official Number 143327
Call Sign GBXC
Classification Society Lloyd's
Gross Tonnage 1,810
Deadweight (DWT) N/K
Net Tonnage 991
Length 265 Ft.
Overall Length N/K
Breadth or Beam 41.2 Ft.
Depth 18.8 Ft.
Draught N/K
Engine Type Triple-expansion Steam Engine
Engine Details Cylinders of bore 21", 34", 56" and stroke 36"
Engine Builder D. Rollo & Sons
Engine Builder Works Liverpool
Engine Builder Country UK
Boiler Details 2 single-ended boilers operating at 180 psi
Propulsion Type Single Screw
Power 271 NHP
Maximum Speed 10

Additional Construction Information

  • 1 deck and shelter deck
  • Fitted with radio direction finding equipment

Career Highlights

Date Event
28 May 1919 Launched
11 July 1919 Completed

Crew and Capacity Information

Item Value
Crew N/K
Passengers N/K
Cargo Capacity N/K

Status and Service History Information

Item Value
Status Sunk/foundered (Act of War)
Service History Information The vessel was sunk on 27 September 1941 by a torpedo fired by German submarine U-201 at position 48° 37' N 20° 01' W. At the time she was sunk, Cervantes was carrying survivors from of the sinking of Avoceta. Details of the casualities can be found on the Benjidog Tower Hill websiteHERE.

Churruca

Churruca
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Basic Data

Item Value
Type Cargo Ship
Original Owners and Managers MacAndrews & Co Ltd
Country First Registered UK
Shipbuilder H & C Grayson Ltd
Shipyard Liverpool
Country where built UK
Yard Number 111
Official Number 146187
Call Sign GFRB
Classification Society Lloyd's
Gross Tonnage 1,847
Deadweight (DWT) N/K
Net Tonnage 893
Length 264.8 Ft.
Overall Length N/K
Breadth or Beam 41.2 Ft.
Depth 18.8 Ft.
Draught N/K
Engine Type Triple-expansion Steam Engine
Engine Details Cylinders of bore 21", 34", 56" and stroke 36"
Engine Builder MacKie & Baxter Ltd
Engine Builder Works Glasgow
Engine Builder Country UK
Boiler Details 2 single-ended boilers operating at 180 psi
Propulsion Type Single Screw
Power 252 MN
Maximum Speed 10.5

Additional Construction Information

  • 1 deck and shelter deck

Career Highlights

Date Event
23 February 1921 Launched
September 1921 Completed

Crew and Capacity Information

Item Value
Crew N/K
Passengers N/K
Cargo Capacity N/K

Status and Service History Information

Item Value
Status Broken Up
Service History Information Taken to Dunston 14 January 1954 for breaking by Clayton ∓ Davie

Cid

Cid
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Basic Data

Item Value
Type Cargo Ship
Original Owners and Managers MacAndrews & Co Ltd
Country First Registered UK
Shipbuilder H & C Grayson Ltd
Shipyard Garston
Country where built UK
Yard Number 115
Official Number 146566
Call Sign GJMF
Classification Society Lloyd's
Gross Tonnage 1,847
Deadweight (DWT) N/K
Net Tonnage 893
Length 264.8 Ft.
Overall Length N/K
Breadth or Beam 41.2 Ft.
Depth 18.8 Ft.
Draught N/K
Engine Type Triple-expansion Steam Engine
Engine Details Cylinders of bore 21", 34", 56" and stroke 36"
Engine Builder D. Rollo & Sons Ltd
Engine Builder Works Liverpool
Engine Builder Country UK
Boiler Details 2 single-ended boilers operating at 180 psi
Propulsion Type Single Screw
Power 252 MN
Maximum Speed 10.5

Additional Construction Information

  • 1 deck and shelter deck
  • Fitted with radio direction finding equipment

Career Highlights

Date Event
31 October 1921 Launched
April 1922 Completed

Crew and Capacity Information

Item Value
Crew N/K
Passengers N/K
Cargo Capacity N/K

Status and Service History Information

Item Value
Status Sunk/foundered (Act of War)
Service History Information Change of name to Filtric II and owner to Cia LineaRoja ltda 1954, change of name to La Paloma and owner to Naviera Comercial Ltda 1956, change of name to Aghia Trias and owner to Cia Naviera San Giovanni SA 1964, Change of owner to Ai Shark Nav Co 1965. The vessel was shelled by the Israeli Army 26 June 1969 whilst laid up at Suez.

Cisneros

Cisneros
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Basic Data

Item Value
Type Cargo Ship
Original Owners and Managers MacAndrews & Co Ltd
Country First Registered UK
Shipbuilder Antwerp Engineering Co
Shipyard Hoboken
Country where built Belgium
Yard Number 81
Official Number 148733
Call Sign GMDT
Classification Society Lloyd's
Gross Tonnage 1,886
Deadweight (DWT) N/K
Net Tonnage 1,079
Length 281.8 Ft.
Overall Length N/K
Breadth or Beam 40.2 Ft.
Depth 18.5 Ft.
Draught N/K
Engine Type Triple-expansion Steam Engine
Engine Details Cylinders of bore 20", 33", 54" and stroke 36"
Engine Builder N.E. Marine Engineering Co Ltd
Engine Builder Works Sunderland
Engine Builder Country UK
Boiler Details 2 single-ended boilers operating at 180 psi
Propulsion Type Single Screw
Power 222 MN
Maximum Speed 9.5

Additional Construction Information

  • 1 deck and shelter deck
  • Fitted with radio direction finding equipment

Career Highlights

Date Event
29 December 1925 Launched
March 1926 Completed

Crew and Capacity Information

Item Value
Crew N/K
Passengers N/K
Cargo Capacity N/K

Status and Service History Information

Item Value
Status Broken Up
Service History Information Change of name to Sagar Laxmi and owner to Merchant SN Co Pvt ltd 1951. Taken to Bombay October 1971 for breaking by A.Badruddin & Co

Pacheco

Pacheco
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Basic Data

Item Value
Type Cargo Ship
Original Owners and Managers MacAndrews & Co Ltd
Country First Registered UK
Shipbuilder Grangemouth Dockyard Company
Shipyard Grangemouth
Country where built UK
Yard Number 529
Official Number 302807
Call Sign N/K
Classification Society N/K
Gross Tonnage 1,242
Deadweight (DWT) 1412
Net Tonnage 503
Length 245 Ft. 2"
Overall Length N/K
Breadth or Beam 42 Ft. 5"
Depth 21 Ft. 9"
Draught 14 Ft. 2"
Engine Type Diesel Engine
Engine Details 4SA oil engine with 8 cylinders of bore 17" and stroke 21.5"
Engine Builder National Gas & Oil Engine Co. Ltd
Engine Builder Works Ashton under Lyne
Engine Builder Country UK
Boiler Details N/K
Propulsion Type Single Screw
Power N/K
Maximum Speed 15.5

Career Highlights

Date Event
29 June 1961 Launched
October 1961 Completed

Crew and Capacity Information

Item Value
Crew N/K
Passengers N/K
Cargo Capacity N/K

Status and Service History Information

Item Value
Status Broken Up
Service History Information Change of name to Srakane and owner to Losinjska Plovidba 1972. Taken to Split 27 November 1985 for breaking by Brodospas

Palacio

Palacio
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Basic Data

Item Value
Type Cargo Ship
Original Owners and Managers MacAndrews & Co Ltd
Country First Registered UK
Shipbuilder Harland & Wolff
Shipyard Govan
Country where built UK
Yard Number 741g
Official Number 149643
Call Sign GNJW
Classification Society Lloyd's
Gross Tonnage 1,346
Deadweight (DWT) N/K
Net Tonnage 530
Length 270.1 Ft.
Overall Length 282.2 Ft.
Breadth or Beam 39.1 Ft.
Depth 15.6 Ft.
Draught N/K
Engine Type Diesel Engine
Engine Details 4SCSA oil engine with 6 cylinders of bore 24 13/16" and stroke 51 3/16"
Engine Builder Harland & Wolff
Engine Builder Works Glasgow
Engine Builder Country UK
Boiler Details N/K
Propulsion Type Single Screw
Power 355 MN
Maximum Speed 13

Additional Construction Information

  • 1 deck and shelter deck
  • Fitted with radio direction finding equipment

Career Highlights

Date Event
8 September 1927 Launched
19 October 1927 Completed

Crew and Capacity Information

Item Value
Crew N/K
Passengers N/K
Cargo Capacity N/K

Status and Service History Information

Item Value
Status Broken Up
Service History Information Change of name to Dammam and owner to M.A. Bakhashab 1958. The vessel was broken up in 1966 after grounding damage in November 1965 when she was driven ashore in severe weather - yard not known

Pinto (1928)

Pinto (1928)
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Basic Data

Item Value
Type Cargo Ship
Original Owners and Managers MacAndrews & Co Ltd
Country First Registered UK
Shipbuilder Harland & Wolff
Shipyard Govan
Country where built UK
Yard Number 744g
Official Number 149659
Call Sign GNJZ
Classification Society Lloyd's
Gross Tonnage 1,346
Deadweight (DWT) N/K
Net Tonnage 530
Length 270.1 Ft.
Overall Length 283.3 Ft.
Breadth or Beam 39.1 Ft.
Depth 15.6 Ft.
Draught N/K
Engine Type Diesel Engine
Engine Details 4SCSA oil engine with 6 cylinders of bore 24 13/16" and stroke 51 3/16"
Engine Builder Harland & Wolff
Engine Builder Works Glasgow
Engine Builder Country UK
Boiler Details N/K
Propulsion Type Single Screw
Power 355 NH
Maximum Speed 12

Additional Construction Information

  • 1 deck and shelter deck
  • Fitted with radio direction finding equipment

Career Highlights

Date Event
24 November 1927 Launched
2 February 1928 Completed

Crew and Capacity Information

Item Value
Crew N/K
Passengers N/K
Cargo Capacity N/K

Status and Service History Information

Item Value
Status Sunk/foundered (Act of War)
Service History Information The vessel was sunk on 8 September 1944 by a GNAT torpedo fired by German submarine U-482 at position 55° 27' N, 08° 01' W. At the time of the attack, Pinto had stopped to rescue survivors from Empire Heritage. Details of the casualties can be found on the Benjidog Tower Hill website HERE.

Pinto (1947)

Pinto (1947)
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Basic Data

Item Value
Type Cargo Ship
Original Owners and Managers MacAndrews & Co Ltd
Country First Registered UK
Shipbuilder William Doxford & Sons Ltd.
Shipyard N/K
Country where built UK
Yard Number 743
Official Number 181705
Call Sign N/K
Classification Society N/K
Gross Tonnage 2,579
Deadweight (DWT) 3440
Net Tonnage N/K
Length 100.6 Metres
Overall Length 107.3 Metres
Breadth or Beam 15.2 Metres
Depth N/K
Draught N/K
Engine Type Diesel Engine
Engine Details N/K
Engine Builder N/K
Engine Builder Works N/K
Engine Builder Country N/K
Boiler Details N/K
Propulsion Type Single Screw
Power N/K
Maximum Speed 15

Career Highlights

Date Event
4 February 1947 Launched
August 1947 Completed

Crew and Capacity Information

Item Value
Crew N/K
Passengers N/K
Cargo Capacity N/K

Status and Service History Information

Item Value
Status Broken Up
Service History Information Change of name to Panaghia P. and owner to General Maritime Enterprises Corp 1965. Taken to Vigo 28 May 1978 for breaking by Jose Gomez Oliveira

Pinzon

Pinzon
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Basic Data

Item Value
Type Cargo Ship
Original Owners and Managers MacAndrews & Co Ltd
Country First Registered UK
Shipbuilder W. Beardmore & Co Ltd
Shipyard Glasgow
Country where built UK
Yard Number 618
Official Number 146218
Call Sign GJTF
Classification Society Lloyd's
Gross Tonnage 1,635
Deadweight (DWT) N/K
Net Tonnage 634
Length 240.7 Ft.
Overall Length N/K
Breadth or Beam 38.2 Ft.
Depth 15.7 Ft.
Draught N/K
Engine Type Diesel Engine
Engine Details 4SCSA oil engine with 6 cylinders of bore 24 7/16" and stroke 38 3/8"
Engine Builder W. Beardmore & Co Ltd
Engine Builder Works Glasgow
Engine Builder Country UK
Boiler Details N/K
Propulsion Type Single Screw
Power 347 MN
Maximum Speed 12

Additional Construction Information

  • 1 deck and shelter deck
  • Machinery aft
  • Fitted with radio direction finding equipment

Career Highlights

Date Event
15 November 1921 Launched
14 January 1922 Completed

Crew and Capacity Information

Item Value
Crew N/K
Passengers N/K
Cargo Capacity N/K

Status and Service History Information

Item Value
Status Broken Up
Service History Information Change of name to Havny and owner to Rederi Ab Havnia 1951, change of owner to Rederi Ab Sally 1952. Taken to Willebroek in Q1 1961 for breaking by Scrappingco

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