San Diego Maritime Museum's Spanish Galleon sailing up the coast to visit Morro Bay
San Diego Maritime Museum's Spanish Galleon scheduled to visit Morro Bay Maritime Museum. Join Larry Newland as he shares details of the historic visit.
The San Salvador is a replica of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo’s ship that first arrived in San Diego on September 28, 1542.
The San Diego Maritime Museum's full-scale re-creation of Cabrillo’s galleon is scheduled to sail up the California Coast for a ten day visit, hosted by the Morro Bay Maritime Museum.
The San Salvador will be moored at the Morro Bay docks from Friday, August 11 through Sunday, August 20. Tours are available every day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. ($12 adults, Seniors $10, Children $8 0-3 free).
Join correspondent Tom Wilmer at the Morro Bay Maritime Museum for a visit Larry Newland who’s been involved with the Museum since its inception.
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