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El Galeon, a 16th Century Spanish tall ship in Panama City
Come tour the El Galeon, a Spanish galleon replica, March 24 Through April 2 at the Panama City Marina.
After sailing over 50,000 nautical miles & visiting dozens of countries, El Galeon will sail into the Panama City Marina March 24. The historic three-masted tall ship is owned and operated by the non-profit Nao Victoria Foundation. El Galeon is a full-scale reconstruction of the popular 16th Century sailing cargo vessel. Built by the Nao Victoria Foundation in 2009, the ship measures 170-feet long by 125-feet-tall, has a 30-foot beam, weighs 495 tons and draws 10,5 feet of water. The ship is commanded by Capt. Manuel Murube, and maneuvered by 17 crewmembers.
El Galeon originally came to the United States from Spain in 2013 to celebrate Florida’s 500th birthday and has been traveling around the country ever since, Also around the Caribbean sea stopind in Puerto Rico, USVI and Dominican Republic, and into the all five Great Lakes. The ship has made more than 40 ports of call since its arrival in 2013.
$10 adults, $5 children ages 5-12. Children 5 and under are free