Santander (ES) – Avilés (ES)
EMBARKATION ON 16/10/2023 AT 08:00
DISEMBARKATION ON 17/10/2023 UNTIL 20:00
Embark on the Galleon and live the experience of sailing on a replica of almost 50 metres in length. A real merchant ship of the period in which the spaces are larger and more comfortable. On this voyage you will be part of the crew, using the same sailing techniques, with training on navigation, charts, use of sails, knots, and navigation watches, etc.
An exciting chapter lies ahead aboard the majestic Galeón Andalucía, as she sails from Santander to Avilés. This voyage promises to be a captivating experience along the Cantabrian Sea as she heads towards Aviles. A sailing designed especially for those who are new to sailing on board large vessels.
From Santander, the Galeón Andalucía will enter the Cantabrian waters, tracing a spectacular route in the direction of Avilés. Every moment will be charged with excitement and wonder, providing a perfect introduction for those looking to familiarise themselves with the experience of sailing on large-scale vessels. Enjoy the entry into Aviles aboard the Galeon Andalucia that will not leave you indifferent.
Once in Aviles, a charming seaside town, you will be presented with a number of options to explore and enjoy. For foodies, local restaurants offer fresh seafood delicacies, from seafood to traditional dishes prepared with care. The local markets are also an ideal place to immerse yourself in the authentic flavours of the region.
The surrounding area of Aviles offers a range of opportunities for visitors.
All in all, the journey on board the Galeón Andalucía from Santander to Avilés promises to be a voyage full of discovery and excitement. From sailing along the French coast to culinary and cultural experiences in and around Aviles, this maritime adventure provides a unique opportunity for those seeking an unforgettable introduction to deep-sea sailing.
The Galeón Andalucía is a replica of the 16th century galleons that linked America, Europe and Asia. Launched in 2010, it has sailed from Spain to China, tours of the USA, Great Lakes, Canada, the Caribbean, Northern Europe, etc. It has 3 masts and bowsprit and 7 sails, 4 of them square and one lateen with a total sail area of 320m2. It can accommodate up to 42 people, usually 20 to 25 people with bunk beds.
Map of the journey
What is included
- Basic training and workshops
- Accident insurance
- Bunk accommodation
- Breakfast accommodation
- Full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner).
What it does not include
- Transport to and from the boat is at the expense of each person
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