Crowd welcomes Mexican tall ship to Cabo San Lucas


The ARM Cuauhtemoc Sailing Tall Ship arrived today to Cabo San Lucas Port.

Upon arrival, most of the crew, including special guests and 30 women - commanded by Captain of the vessel - were in their positions, saluting in uniform, to port, maritime, military and civil authorities who welcomed them.

Mexican cadets, donning black-and-white striped long-sleeved tops with black bottoms, stood in formation on the ship's yards.

"The ship was built with one very important mission and that is to exalt the sailor spirit of the cadets," said the Captain. "They are here for learning to navigate by sails, but also .... astrological navigation and with the magnetic compass."

Leading a tour on board, tall ship commander Carlos Gorraez Meraz explained how the ARM Cuauhtemoc Sailing Tall Ship has been carrying a message of peace and goodwill whilst visiting previously Acapulco, forging new cadets from the Mexican Heroic Naval Military College, who will increase their knowledge in nautical science during its cruise.

In the evenings on its masts and deck there is a music and light show that can be appreciated from various parts of the marina.

Guided tours of the ship are open for those who wish to visit it.

Monday 09:00 to 20:00 hrs.

Tuesday 09:00 to 20:00 hrs.

On Wednesday morning it sails.

Publicado por Blanca Pedrin en Sábado, 10 de abril de 2021

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