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ARM Cuauhtemoc Visits Dublin

Photographs © Tony Brennan 2008

The Mexican Navy sail training barque ARM CUAUHTEMOC at Dublin on June 17, 2008. She is named after the last Aztec Emperor Cuautemoc executed in 1525.

Built in 1982 by Astilleros Celaya of Bilbao, Spain she was the last of four sister ships built to an updated Blohm & Voss design used for GORCH FOCH and HORST WESSEL ( now USCG EAGLE)

Links to Wikipedia and other information on the ship [CLICK HERE]


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