Iacobus Maris route commemorates the navigation of apostle Saint James’ body from Jaffa (Palestine) to Santiago de Compostela (Spain), crossing Mare Nostrum from the East to the West, and then heading north to Galicia. Actually, is the longest Jacobean Sea pilgrimage in History.
The Iacobus Maris receives in Vigo the “Pelican of London”, which will participate next year in the longest Xacobea maritime route in history
Marta Fernández-Tapias: “this is an appetizer of what the Iacobus Maris is going to mean and that it will bring the tall ships to Vigo again”.
Live the experience of becoming a trainee in a tall ship
Iacobus Maris route gives you the opportunity of sail as a trainee in a class A or B tall ship. A trainee is a passenger on board who learns to sail as a member of the crew. .
An unique opportunity to live incredible experiences where cultural exchanges and desire for self-improvement will be the strengths.
A social event of great impact
Tall ships routes are amazing and spectacular events which attracts lots of people to each port of call.
Our objective, for this first Iacobus Maris Route, is to reach one million visitors. However, we do not rule out reaching an average of half a million visitors per port, which would allow more than 2 million people to visit the tall ships at each of the stages. As long as the health situation permits it.
IACOBUS MARIS 2022 ROUTE HAS THE SUPPORT OF: