The steamship Indra was built in Hamburg in Germany, and was launched in 1922 for Wachsmuth & Krogmann. She was in 1937 sold to the Belgium company Entreprises Maritimes Belges and renamed to Andra. Under the Spanish civil war she was chartered by the Republican forces and used to break the blockade of Spain with deliveries of war material. Outside Laredo she was spotted and sunk 4. April 1937 by the light cruiser Almirante Cervera who sailed under the Nationalist's flag . The wreck was found by sports divers in 2002 resting on her keel as a classic Donald Duck wreck outside Laredo on a depth of approximately 85 meter.

Former names:
71,5 x 11,2 x 5,5 m
Tons: Built: Home Port:
1384 grt
Hamburg ( D ) 1922
Antwerpen ( BE )

Picture: Indra
From video by Gabriel Lopez Lamana

Last updated: November 2017