MV El Argentino was a cargo ship operated by the English Houlder Line.
El Argentino was built at the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Govan, Glasgow for the chilled meat trade between Argentina, Uruguay and Britain. She was 9,501 tons and fitted with Fairfield/Sulzer diesel engines. She was sailing in ballast as part of convoy OS 52 km from Glasgow to Montevideo, when she was attacked by German aircraft north west of Lisbon on 26 July 1943. She was bombed and sunk with the loss of four of her crew.
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- ^ Houlder Line – Houlder Brothers & Co. Timetableimages.com (9 June 2012).
- ^ mv EL ARGENTINO built by Fairfield Govan Clydebuilt Ships Database. Clydesite.co.uk (26 July 1943).