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Naviera Armas Freight Routes

 Valverde San Sebastian de la Gomera
 Los Cristianos San Sebastian de la Gomera
 Los Cristianos Valverde
 Santa Cruz de Tenerife Santa Cruz de La Palma
 Las Palmas Arrecife
 Las Palmas Santa Cruz de Tenerife
 Las Palmas Santa Cruz de La Palma
 Morro Jable Las Palmas
 Puerto del Rosario Las Palmas
 Puerto del Rosario Santa Cruz de Tenerife
 Puerto del Rosario Santa Cruz de La Palma
 Corralejo Playa Blanca
 Arrecife Santa Cruz de Tenerife
 Arrecife Santa Cruz de La Palma
 Santo Antao Sao Vicente
Naviera Armas Freight
Since it was founded in 1941, Naviera Armas has become one of the most important shipping companies of the Spanish peninsular.

Naviera Armas has owned more than 50 ships along its history. They started with wood hull ships, with pure sailboats and motoveleros (motor powered sailboats) endowed with legendary names.

Naviera Armas added steel hull ships and propulsion diesel together with steam engines. With these new additions, Navier Armas expanded its commercial activity out of the insular borders, reaching the former province of the Spanish Sahara.

In more recent years, the son of the founder (Antonio Armas Fernandez), took the reins of the company and due to his initiative, the first ro-ro ferries in the Canary Islands were introduced.

From 1995 a significant change took place in the managerial strategy and Naviera Armas activities now include regular sailings for both passenger ferry and freight ferry transportation.
Naviera Armas vessels are named after the Canary Islands volcanoes. Vessels include:

- Volcán de Tindaya (Tindaya's volcano) crossing from Playa Blanca (Lanzarote) to Corralejo (Fuerteventura) 14 times a day.
- Volcán de Tamasite (Tamasite's volcano) that joins Las Palmas (Great Canary) with Morrojable (Fuerteventura) 2 times per day.
- Volcán de Timanfaya (Timanfaya's volcano) joining Tenerife/Gran Canaria with Lanzarote 7 times a week.
- Volcán de Teneguía (Teneguía's volcano) that will join the most western islands, Tenerife with La Gomera and El Hierro.

Naviera Armas offer a fleet of more than 8 modern ferries sailing on more than 28 routes helping to make the Canary Islands one of the better connected regions by ferry in Europe.

Naviera Armas Freight ferry ports

Valverde San Sebastian de la Gomera Los Cristianos Santa Cruz de Tenerife Santa Cruz de La Palma Las Palmas Arrecife Morro Jable

Puerto del Rosario Corralejo Playa Blanca Arrecife Santo Antao Sao Vicente

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Alternative Freight Ferry Operators

 Trasmediterranea Freight

Related Freight Pages

 Canary Islands Guide
 Canary Islands Freight

Why use Naviera Armas Freight

 One of the largest operators within the Canary Islands
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