Maritime Museum Of San Diego
April 16, 2011 by Post Team
A historical play galleon for seafarers who spend at bay is brand The teeth and the wheel are placed on the ground after the building is done. The work directed by Ray Ashley, president at the San Diego Maritime Museum, Allen Rawls, carpenter, and Doug Sharp, a naval architect.
The key witnesses to the keel laying was the chairman of the board of directors of the museum, Mr. Bill Dysart, Mayor Jerry Sanders, Supervisor Greg Cox, Councilman Kevin Faulconer, Port Commissioner Scott Peters, and Tom Workman the Cabrillo National Monument Park.
In the breeze of the sea, witnesses to the citizens and spoke of his words. After the keel was laid, the Californian, was built on the landing, gave a gun salute returned from a cannon on shore.
During construction, the vessel will be a fish out of water. A maritime museum piece in the public eye.
Spectators can enjoy the workers carry out the plan, near the Bay of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo discovered in September 1542 on a trip along the coast of California. Sent by the Governor of Guatemala, Pedro de Alvarado, Cabrillo sailed on the flagship Santa Maria in the bay, and named the site San Miguel, before sailing on the northern border of Oregon and then goes home.
The Europeans could see on the map a place to cross the ocean. In late 1800, he has the will. The pieces were hit American soil.
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