|Photography obtained in the Port of Vigo (SPAIN) on April 24, 2009
She currently works for the University Camilo José Cela and private school SEK (of St. Stanislaus Kostka) used as the floating classroom for university students and high school, who have renamed the Cervantes Saavedra
The history of Amorina
And is that Amorina has a life of fishing and the most interesting, as you will see ... I've found the information in this document of the World Ship Society which was published in 2004.
It was built in 1934 in the Swedish shipyard Götaverken AB (Goteborg) beacon as a ship under the name SYDOSTBROTTEN No. 33, and as such was working in the area Sydostbrotten (Sweden) between 1934 and 1964. Subsequently, changes to the area Norströmsgrund (Sweden) where he remained active during the years 1965 and 1970.
By then the ship was 34.90 m long and 7.20 m in breadth, and a lighthouse located about 11 m in height