Isla De La Gomera


The steamship Nadir was built in Cadiz and lanched in 1919 for a Spanish owner in Bilbao. On her last journey she sailed for the company Pesqeuiras y Salazones de Tenerife and was named Isla De La Gomera. Under a journey from Cartagena to Barcelona loaded with oranges, the cargo shifted and she capsized and sank 12.April 1946 southeast of Cabo de Palos. The wreck rest today on her keel as a classic "Donald Duck" wreck on a depth of 27 to 45 meter.

Former names:
Isla De La Gomera
51,8 x 8,0 m
Tons: Built: Home Port:
549 grt
Cadiz ( ES ) 1919
Las Palmas( ES )

Last updated: June 2017