The Tenacious: The sailboat that promotes the integration of disabled people
Seville town hall supports the longest maritime pilgrimage ever organized
With Barbara Campbell as captain in command of the entire crew, the Tenacious has been the scene for 18 years, giving disabled people the opportunity to learn to sail and enjoy the sea in all its splendor.
And it is that the ship has everything necessary so that these can move with total normality, and what is still better, participate in the navigation and activities of the ship.
The Shtandart: another maritime jewel in the Port of Vigo
Always committed to supporting all projects in favor of cultural exchange, mutual enrichment and the revitalization of the city; the town hall of Seville also undertakes to participate and collaborate on the Traslatio 21 Route.
The Foundation continues adding support: The town hall of València
For the fourth time in the last two years, the frigate Shtandart, replica of the first ship of the Baltic fleet, will visit the city of Vigo during the weekend of April 20 to 23.
The school ship, which is currently engaged in sailing around Europe instructing crewmembers of all ages, will arrive at the Port of Vigo on the 20th at six in the afternoon.
More than 5000 people and a new tradition for the Port of Vigo
Sandra Gómez López, First Deputy Mayor of the Valencian Mediterranean city, showed through a letter of support her willingness to collaborate with the Foundation in our project of the Traslatio 21 Route.
The Vatican formally supports the Traslatio Foundation project
Tras convertirse en el plan escogido por más de 5000 personas durante este fin de semana, el Kruzenshtern se despedía ayer a las seis de la tarde del puerto vigués.
La visita del velero ruso supuso además un momento a recordar para el Puerto de Vigo, que durante la entrega de metopas entregó también al Capitán una camiseta del Celta, iniciando una tradición que se continuará en futuras entregas de metopas.
The third largest school ship in the world in the port of Vigo
In order to know the answer of the Vatican on the project “Route Traslatio 2021”, this morning took place the meeting between Bishop D. Luis Quinteiro, Celso González and Mario Cardama -director and president of the Foundation-.
Almost seven years after its last visit, on 16th March, the third largest school ship in the world, the great Kruzenshtern, will return to Vigo harbor, thanks to the work of the Traslatio Foundation, one of whose objectives is making Vigo a must-attend stopover for large sailboats, given its excellent geographical location, the safety of the estuary, and the good location of the port in the center of the city, which makes it easier for all those who wish to admire and visit a part of the history of navigation.