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Campa Del Infanzon - IMO 7328334

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Photographer:Capt. Hilmar Snorrason [View profile]Title:Campa Del InfanzonAdded:Nov 03, 2004
Location:Walvis Bay, Namibia
Photo Category: Fishing vessel loa 70ft/21m and over
In Walvis Bay, Namibia 2003
Vessel Identification
Name:Campa Del Infanzon
Technical Data
Vessel type:Trawler
Gross tonnage:1,780 tons
Summer DWT:1,600 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Luderitz
Build year:1974
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Romain López on Oct 28, 2005 21:49 (14 years ago)
Based in Vigo but fishing in front of Lüderitz(Namibia), Campa Del Infanzón is exploited by the society Overberg Fishing Co. Built by Astilleros Construcciones from Vigo in 1974, this freezer trawler has been exported later to Namibia.


Overall Length: 76.61 m
PP: 71.2 m
Breath: 11.54 m
Depth: 5.00 m
Freeboard: 135 mm
Engine: 2700cv
Romain López on Oct 28, 2005 21:43 (14 years ago)
Overberg Fishing Company is a dedicated private company. Owned and managed by four Namibian entrepreneurs and in co-operation with Ark Fishing Industries, the company produces superior quality frozen-at-sea hake and monk products, according to customer requirements.

The fleet comprises two 72-metre hake-factory freezer trawlers, Echalar, Campa del Infanzón, and a 28-metre monk freezer trawler, Overberg.

Overberg’s factories have modern Baader and Trio filleting and skinning machines linked to Marel and Scanvaeght weighing and sorting lines.

The final product is marketed under the brand names “Pacific West”, “Golden Haddie” and “Overberg”.

Distribution is transacted through sole agents supplying end-users in Australia, Malaysia, USA, Holland and Spain.
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