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Old 04-02-2010, 10:40
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The ARMADA ESPAÑOLA at 28.01.2010

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Old 04-02-2010, 13:36
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Beunos Dias Amigo,

Let us not forget that if you run short of ships from that very impressive fleet you can always fall back on SS S-61 Delfin berthed in Torrevieja. Am I sure Senor Rafael Aracil would loan her to you if you allow him to Command it.

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Old 04-02-2010, 14:02
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If the crisis continues like this ... I´ll never say not.



Yesterday the Chief Admiral of the Fleet announced deferring the construction of the frigate Cristóbal Colón (F-105), and not instruct sixth F-100. The submarines S-80 are delayed, while the S-70 are already finishing their work. I just hope that does not need to float again the submarine Peral, 1885, which we have kept at Cartagena.

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Old 04-02-2010, 15:31
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It is no different in the UK.

The Peral looks much more at home in her new locations.

I would not liked to have served on her - a little too cramped for me.

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Old 05-02-2010, 18:46
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Today has been decommissioned the Patrol Coast Laya (P-12), the last of the Barceló Class ships. She was launched in 1975 and commissioned in december 1976.

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Adiós, Laya

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The new Armada

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Last Saturday in Cartagena have been decommissioned the Patrols Coast Anaga (P-21), Espalmador (P-33) and Alcanada (P-34), class Conejera ships.

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The Anaga was launched in 1980 and commissioned in october 1982.

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The Espalmador was launched in 1981 and commissioned in may 1982.

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And the Alcanada was launched in 1982 and commissioned in may 1982.

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The Friday, in Ferrol, were decommissioned three other Patrols, the Marola (P-23), the Mouro (P-24) and the Bergantín (P-30), all class Anaga ships.


The Marola was launched in 1979 and commissioned in march1981.

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The Mouro was launched in 1980 and commissioned in july 1981.

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The Bergantín was launched in 1981 and commissioned in july 1982.

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Adiós Anaga,
adiós Espalmador,
adiós Alcanada,
adiós Marola,
adiós Mouro,
adiós Bergantín.




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Are they being disposed of - or could one of them be joining the Delfin [S61] as a Tourist attraction in Torrevieja.

I am sure the Museo del Sal would be overjoyed to add one of them to their collections.

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