Unique replica of the legendary Spanish galleons
It will open for public visitation together with the schooner Pascual Flores from 17th to 19th may

May 9, 2024.- The Galeón Andalucía is currently sailing from Cardiff to Plymouth, where today will dock at Barbican Landing Stage to join the Pirate Wekeend 2024. The historical ship t will be open for public visitation from May 17th to 19th, together with the schooner Pascual Flores.

The Galeón Andalucía is an impressive faithful historical replica of the Spanish galleons that sailed through the world during the 16th to the 18th century. An imposing ship of 55 meters in length, six decks, made of iroko and pine wood, and almost a thousand square meters of sail area in its seven sails, built with careful historical rigor.

During it stay in Plymouth, the public will be able to get on board, tour its five decks and learn about her details, how she sails, what life was like on board and the history of these ships. Part of the experience is boarding a ship that today sails the seas of the world with a young crew, who have amazing experiences on their long voyages. A true floating museum of our maritime culture that has already sailed more than 55,000 nautical miles across oceans and seas around the world, visiting ports on four continents, such as Shanghai, Singapore, Hong Kong, Manila, New York or Quebec, spreading its history. Along with the galleon, the public will be able to visit the Pascual Flores schooner, a classic Spanish Mediterranean sailboat.

It stopover in Plymouth is moreover part of her great 2024 tour, during which it is visiting various ports in Europe, to spread the knowledge about how these legendary Spanish ships that for three centuries connected the great continents of the planet. He has already visited several Mediterranean ports in Italy and France (Cagliari, Ragusa, Licata, La Seyne-Sur-Mer, Sete), and from Cardiff it will continue its tour through several ports in the United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands, Germany and Spain. During this tour it is taking part in important festivals and international events, sailing as an authentic and unique floating museum of Spanish maritime heritage.

The current crew consists of 12 men and women of different nationalities and new applications are currently being accepted for positions of fundacionnaovictoria.org


Date: 17 to 19 May
Place: Plymouth (Barbican landing stage)
Time: 10,00h. a 20,00h.
Tickets: adults: £12 / Child (5- 10 years): £6 / £30 Family (2 adults + up to 3 children between 5- 10 years). Free for children under 5 years old, who must be accompanied by an adult.
Guided Visit Schools and Associations: £6 (1 free teacher for every 10 children) Over 10 years old £12. Arrange through: ecampos@velacuadra.es
Points of sale: on the ship or on the website: tickets.velacuadra.es