Join us for an epic journey onboard the San Salvador with Dr. Raymond Ashley, President, Maritime Museum of San Diego.
As Juan Rodriquez Cabrillo’s flagship, the San Salvador was a 100 foot full-rigged galleon used for exploration. It was the first to anchor at the Santa Catalina Island in 1542.
Since 2011, the Maritime Museum of San Diego has been building a full-sized, fully functional, historically accurate replica of the ship.
Raymond takes us on the journey of constructing the vessel, giving us the opportunity to watch from a close perspective as the first modern industrial activity in America comes to life.
4 PM and 7 PM | Doors open at 30 minutes in advance
Free for Members or $15 for Non-Members
Registration and pre-payment are required.
To RSVP please call (949) 675-8915