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NAVIERA ARMAS

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Naviera Armas

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Naviera Armas was established in 1941 and has become the most important shipping company in the Canary Islands. It has used more than 50 vessels over the years. Four vessels were built, which were given names of volcanoes in the Canary Islands, Volcán de Tindaya, which covers the route from Playa Blanca (Lanzarote) to Corralejo (Fuerteventura) 14 times a day; Volcán de Tamasite, which covers the route from Las Palmas (Gran Canaria) to Morrojable (Fuerteventura) twice a day; Volcán de Timanfaya, from Tenerife/Gran Canaria to Lanzarote 7 times a week; and lastly, Volcán de Taburiente which connects the westernmost islands: from Tenerife to La Gomera and El Hierro. These four ships involved a large investment and an important step forward regarding quality. They are latest generation ships that enable the Canary Islands to spearhead regional maritime communications in Europe.