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Name: CORONILLA
Type: Cargo Ship
Launched: 09/12/1878
Completed: 01/1878
Builder: Tyne lron Shipbuilding Co
Yard: Willington Quay
Yard Number: 14
Dimensions: 1361grt, 875nrt, 258.0 x 32.0 x 21.1ft
Engines: CI2cyl (28 & 54 x 33ins), 130nhp; (1906, T3cyl (17, 28 & 46 x 30ins), 134nhp)
Engines by: North-Eastern Marine Engineering Co, Sunderland;
(1906: North-Eastern Marine Engineering Co Ltd, Wallsend)
Propulsion: 1 x Screw
Construction: Iron
Reg Number: 79215
History:
29/01/1879 Joseph Robinson & Co, North Shields
1883 Joseph Robinson & Sons, North Shields
16/09/1895 Transferred to Stag Line Ltd, North Shields
1898 Tyneside Line Ltd (J Ridley, Son & Tully, managers), Newcastle
1919 Llewellyn Shipping Co Ltd (WB Thomas & Co), Cardiff
11/1919 JG Bouboulis, Spetsai, Greece; renamed BOUBOULINA
08/06/1921 Sank
Comments: 1878: Cost 20,780
1906: Re-engined
1919: Cost 37,500
08/06/1921: Mined and sunk off Englezonissia, Gulf of Smyrna
On a voyage from Smyrna to Piraeus


Belfast News-Letter, Tuesday, 29/07/1919. Courtesy of John Knight