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Armón launchs a fishing cooperation boat for third countries of 21 million euros

The “Intermares” has the capacity of fifteen crewmembers, ten teachers and 48 students at the most. The boat for fishing training Intermare, that was launched for the first time in the Armón’s shipyard in Vigo, is conceived for the execution of teaching functions by trhe worldwide seas, specially by the ones of those countries wich have nowadays cooperating agreements with Spain in this matter.

With 79,2 meters long and 15 meters breadth, the Intermare, which luncheon was chaired by the Minister Elena Espinosa, has training classroom and laboratories for teaching 48 students at the most. Furthermore, inside 10 teachers and and 15 crewmembers woukd sail, so it can hold up 73 people.
Laudelino Alperi, manager of Armón, emphasized the speed, the easy way of maneuver and the habitable of the Intermare, these are showed on its 16 knots or on its last technology equipment, as well as on its laboratories, classrooms, training pools, library and needed material for the training in the estraction procedures, processing and conservation of sea products. Countries like Ecuador, El Salvador, Perú, Guatemala, Mozambique, Cabo Verde or Morocco which are between the 19 countries with agreementes with Spain, are potential receivers of the Intermare. With 79,2 meters long and 15 meters breadth, the Intermare, which luncheon was chaired by the Minister Elena Espinosa, has training classroom and laboratories for teaching 48 students at the most. Furthermore, inside 10 teachers and and 15 crewmembers woukd sail, so it can hold up 73 people.
Laudelino Alperi, manager of Armón, emphasized the speed, the easy way of maneuver and the habitable of the Intermare, these are showed on its 16 knots or on its last technology equipment, as well as on its laboratories, classrooms, training pools, library and needed material for the training in the estraction procedures, processing and conservation of sea products. Countries like Ecuador, El Salvador, Perú, Guatemala, Mozambique, Cabo Verde or Morocco which are between the 19 countries with agreementes with Spain, are potential receivers of the Intermare.

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