VO70-E1

The VO70 «Ericsson» was one of the seven boats that departed from Vigo on November 12th, 2005 in the first departure of the Round the World Sailing outside British waters and in which it was the first time that a tilting keel was used , capable of transversely reaching an angle of up to 40 degrees.

This is a boat prepared to sail in any sea and wind conditions and a great opportunity to experience sailing around the world accompanying the other great sailboats.

Technical characteristics

  • Length: 21.50m
  • Beam: 4.70m
  • Draft: 5.20m
  • Year of construction: 2005

GÉNOVA - VALENCIA

Passengers: 12

1.250€

Full board on ship, does not include commuting

 

VALENCIA - SEVILLA

Passengers: 12

1.175€

Full board on ship, does not include commuting

 

SEVILLA - OPORTO

Passengers: 12

1.250€

Full board on ship, does not include commuting

 

OPORTO - FINISTERRE

Passengers: 12

1.175€

Full board on ship, does not include commuting

 

ATYLA

This unique sailboat was built in the 1980s following traditional techniques (riverside carpentry) with a design inspired by 18th century ships. Today it still belongs to the same family that built it.

In 2014 Atyla started offering adventure trips where anyone could participate in the onboard duties. Since then, the ship has made an average of 22 trips annually, traveling an average of 8,500 nautical miles in 8 different countries and welcoming hundreds of participants from all over the world.

In addition, each year the ship participates in an average of 9 maritime festivals, it’s seen by more than a million people and it receives more than 50,000 visitors on board.

In 2017 Atyla crossed the Atlantic for the first time and visited 5 maritime festivals in Bermuda, the United States and Canada. At these festivals, Atyla has been the ship that has won the “most international crew award” most often in recent years.

Technical characteristics

  • Length: 31m
  • Beam: 7m
  • Draft: 3m
  • Launch year: 1984

Capacity

  • 16 passengers
  • 4 group cabins
  • 5 bathrooms (3 of them with shower)
  • Electric heating and hot water
  • Electrical outlets throughout the boat (220V, European type)

GÉNOVA - VALENCIA

Passengers: 16

1.125€

Full board on ship, does not include commuting

 

VALENCIA - SEVILLA

Passengers: 16

1.000€

Full board on ship, does not include commuting

 

SEVILLA - OPORTO

Passengers: 16

1.125€

Full board on ship, does not include commuting

 

OPORTO - FINISTERRE - VIGO

Passengers: 16

BOOKED

Full board on ship, does not include commuting

 

PASCUAL FLORES

Many of the large ships built at the time were made by calafates from Torrevieja such as Antonio Marí, alias “el temporal”, author, among others, of the famous paileboat “Pascual Flores” in 1917.

During its first years of life, the paileboat was dedicated to the export of fruits, salt and general cargo, both in Mediterranean ports and anchorages, as well as on the north and west coast of Africa. Over the years, the ship changed owners and underwent important changes to its structure, ending its days in England.

In order to honor the memory of that flourishing sailing, the Torrevieja City Council bought the “Pascual Flores” in 1999, which was in very poor condition in the port of Milford. The objective was to turn it into a symbol of the Torrevieja seafaring and the flagship of the city.

The Paileboat “Pascual Flores” is an original vessel and different from the boats that navigate our waters today. Thanks to the agreement signed between the Torrevieja City Council and the Nao Victoria Foundation, the vessel will stop at ports around the world and will be present at the main European maritime festivals.

Throughout this year, the paileboat will begin a tour of both Spanish and foreign waters, for the tourist and cultural promotion of Torrevieja and the dissemination of the history of the paileboats in relation to the transport of salt. This floating museum, in addition to its scheduled tours, will visit the port of Torrevieja annually.

Technical characteristics

  • Length: 34.15m
  • Beam: 8.60m
  • Draft: 4.4 m
  • Tonnage: 210 tons
  • Year of Construction: 1917 (refit in 2008)

Capacity

  • 12 passengers (trainee crew)
  • 6 cabins

GÉNOVA - VALENCIA

Passengers: 12

1.250€

Full board on ship, does not include commuting

 

VALENCIA - SEVILLA

Passengers: 12

1.200€

Full board on ship, does not include commuting

 

SEVILLA - OPORTO

Passengers: 12

1.250€

Full board on ship, does not include commuting

 

OPORTO - FINISTERRE - VIGO

Passengers: 12

1.200€

Full board on ship, does not include commuting

 

CERVANTES SAAVEDRA

The history of the brig-schooner Cervantes Saavedra dates back to 1934, the year in which it was built as a lightship at the Swedish shipyard Götaverken AB, under the name SYDOSTBROTTEN 33.

In 1996 the Atlactic Wanderer sets its base of operations in Málaga and changes its name to Amorina. In 2005, the Camilo José Cela University chartered the ship to carry out the first of the Crossings of Spain and the Sea, which, with the protection of the Royal Spanish Academy of the Sea and the University’s Chair of the Sea, would take it to Lepanto to a group of 40 students. The second of the crossings would take place in 2006, as “Homage to Christopher Columbus”.

After the success of both projects and with the intention of giving them continuity, in 2007 Mr. Felipe Segovia Olmo became the new owner of the Amorina, transforming it into a training ship. The ship acquires the Spanish flag and is re-baptized with the name of Cervantes Saavedra. The updating work goes on for some time and when it is finished it’s chosen for its attractive image and unique character, to represent the “Polar Star”, the protagonist of the ANTENA 3 series “El barco”, which achieves a notable repercussion and runs for three seasons between 2011 and 2013 and a total of 40 episodes. At the end of filming, the Cervantes Saavedra resumes its activity, mainly focused on academic programs and the promotion of a differential and innovative educational model, based on life experience and training in human values.

Technical Characteristics 

  • Length: 48.5m
  • Beam: 7.8m
  • Draft: 4.4m
  • Tonnage: 525 tons
  • Year of Construction: 1934 (refit in 1982 and 2009)
  • Construction Material: Steel

Capacity

  • 30 passengers (trainee crew)
  • Cabins (all with air conditioning and independent bathroom):
    • 2 quads
    • 9 doubles
    • 2 doubles with double bed
  • Crew: from 8 to 14 people (depending on the type of navigation)

VALENCIA - SEVILLA

Passengers: 30

Full board on ship, does not include commuting

Camarote cuádruple

1.120€ (por persona)

Camarote doble

1.225€ (por persona)

Camarote doble con cama de matrimonio

1.300€ (por persona)

VERA CRUZ

It is an exact replica of the old Portuguese caravels, built in 2000 in Vila do Conde to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the discovery of Brazil.

Its objective is to train in navigation tasks and experiences at sea, especially for young people, participate in competitions and other nautical events, learn the behavior and maneuvers of old caravels…

Technical Characteristics

  • Length: 23.8m
  • Beam: 6.5m
  • Draft: 3.3m
  • Year of Construction: 2000

OPORTO - FINISTERRE - VIGO

Passengers: 12

Full board on ship, does not include commuting