SAN DIEGO–Maritime Museum of San Diego, home to one of the world’s finest collections of historic vessels, from sail to steam to submarine, embarks on their next Pacific Heritage Adventure Sail this summer.
Sail across the centuries and be part of history as the full-scale replica of the first European vessel to explore California’s coastline makes her next voyage offering visitors a seagoing adventure for ages 12 and up, July 20 to 23 from San Pedro to Catalina to San Diego.
Cabrillo’s San Salvador commemorates the 1542 expedition led by explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo aboard the original San Salvador. Among Cabrillo’s many discoveries was present-day San Diego Bay, where the full-scale, seaworthy replica of his flagship galleon was built by skilled shipwrights and volunteers under the auspices of the Maritime Museum of San Diego. Twenty years in the planning and five years in construction, San Salvador is the Maritime Museum of San Diego’s newest educational platform, bringing our rich Pacific maritime history to life for adventurers young and old.
This Pacific Heritage Adventure Sail package includes four days, three nights, meals, and onboard accommodations. It is open to a limited number of passengers, ages 12 and up. This unique nautical experience is priced at $999 per person. Group discounts are also available. Space is limited.
Reservations can be made by calling Maritime Museum of San Diego at (619) 234-9153, ext 111, or by visiting the website https://sdmaritime.org.