Category:ARM Cuauhtémoc (ship, 1982)

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IMO info
Information about the vessel may be found at IMO 8107505.
A ship can change name and flag state through time, but the IMO number remains the same through the hull's entire lifetime. As a result, it can be useful to identify a ship by using the IMO number.
English: ARM Cuauhtémoc, named after the last Aztec emperor, is a Mexican Naval training sailing ship. The steel hulled barque, which strongly resembles the German Gorch Fock ships built form the 1930 to 1958, was built in Bilbao in 1982, together with three sister ships.
Français : Le Cuauhtémoc
  • Type : Trois-mâts barque
  • Longueur hors tout : 296.9 ft (90.4 m)
  • Bau maximum : 39.4 ft (12 m)
  • Année de lancement : 1982
  • Chantier : Astilleros y Talleres Celaya SA, Bilbao (Espagne)
  • Port d'attache : Acapulco, Mexique
  • Propriétaire : Marine nationale mexicaine

ARM Cuauhtémoc 
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Instance of three-masted barque,
training ship
Call sign
  • XCBF
Named after
Home port
  • 5.4 metre
  • 90.5 metre
Authority control
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