ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
MADGE LLEWELLYN
Construction
STEEL
Type
CARGO
Date
1920
Official Number
143518
Description
Yard Number: 85

Subsequent names: DELLWYN, 1938-1948; CASTILLO MONTESA, 1948-1961; ALINE, 1961-1972

Engine number 156, boilers no. 114 & 115.
Completed 23 September 1920. Average speed 12.1 knots.
Builder's certificate dated 20 September 1920.

In December 1925, sold by Llewellyn Shipping Company to Federated Coal and Shipping Company, Cardiff with Joyce Llewellyn, Marie Llewellyn and Maud Llewellyn for £80,000 in total.
In July 1928, this vessel, with the Maud and Marie Llewellyn was sold by the Federated Coal & Shipping co to Cardigan Shipping Co., Cardiff for a total of £69,600.
In the last 40's the ship was sold to Empressa Nacional "Elcano" S.A., Cadiz, Spain who had a very large fleet of ships.
In 1960 the ship was called ALINE for Angel Riva Suardiaz, Gijon, Spain.
No further information after 1972.
Shipbuilder
John Lewis & Sons
Owner
Llewellyn Steamship Company, Cardiff
Dimensions
length 234 7/12' x breadth 35 5/12' x depth 18 7/12'
Gross Tonnage: 1451 ton

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