La Nao Victoria continues its journey through the waters of the Cantabrian Sea and arrives in the city of Santurtzi in what was its penultimate climb in the ports of the Basque Country, for which it has been commemorating the figure of the 30 Basque sailors who departed with Elcano from Seville on August 10, 1519 in 5 ships.
Throughout the summer, the ship, replica of the famous Nao that circumnavigated the earth for the first time in the history of navigation, moored in a total of 5 ports, sharing the maritime culture and collaborating in events commemorating the centenary of the IVM as the landing of Elcano in Getaria, a milestone celebrated in the city of Guipuzcuana every 4 years. In addition, several crew members have been able to participate actively in talks about Juan de Acurio, in Bermeo, hometown of the Basque navigator, one of those who arrived with Elcano to Sanlúcar, 3 years after setting sail from Seville.
The visits are scheduled from August 28 to September 2. The boat will be moored in the port of the town and the entrance will be priced at 4 euros for adults from 11 years, 2 for children up to 10 years and 10 for family entry that allows the entry of 2 adults and up to 3 kids. Children under 5 years old are free accompanied by an adult. The visiting hours are from 10 to 21 hours and you can buy your ticket on the ship itself or through the web.
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