ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
TOLOSA
Type
MOTOR FISHING VESSEL
Date
1930
Description
Yard Number: 709

Renamed: OGUENDO (1933); PESQUERO OQUENDO (1944)

For trawling work and pair fishing.
Owned in 1933 by Tomas Lerchundi e Hijos, San Sebastian and renamed OGUENDO.
Owned in 1944 by Soc. R C Hijos, T Lerchundi, San Sebastian and renamed PESQUERO OQUENDO.
Owned in 1971 by Angel Gonzalez Amado, Huelva.

TOLOSA was a steam trawler built for Soc Industries, Spain by Hall Russell's with electric lighting.

This ship was sold in 1934 to Tomas Lerchundi e Hijos San Sreas. Renamed OQUENDO in Lloyds 1050 reg. The ship is listed being owned by Soc R.C. Hijos T Lerchundi, renamed PESQUERO OQUENDO who have also purchased sister ship DEVATARRA yard number 710. Now called PASQUERO LEGAZPI in Lloyds 1980 reg. TOLOSA is being owned by Angel Gonzalez Amado (Huelva, Spain) still PASQUERO OQUENDO (sister ship not mentioned - DEVATARRA traced up to 1978)

No further info after 2000 in Lloyds.
Owner
Soc. Industrias Iberica del. Bacalao, San Sebastian
Shipbuilder
Hall, Russell & Company, Limited
Dimensions
length 87' x breadth 19' x depth 10'
Gross Tonnage: 126 ton

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