Posted on March 27, 2014 by linda
Two Columbus Replica Ships, the Niña and Pinta, will be in Savannah for one week!
The ships tour together as a “sailing museum” for the purpse of educating the public and school groups on the ‘Caravel’, Portuguese ships used by Columbus and many early explorers to Discover the New World.
They sail continuously discovering new ports every week throughout the year in the United States. Their last stop was in Fernandina Beach, Florida and after their stop in Savannah they will be headed to Charleston, South Carolina.
The general public is invited to visit the ships, walk aboard and participate in self guided tours. No reservations are needed.
9 a.m. – 6 pm. daily
Adults – $8 for adults Seniors – $7 (age 60+)
Children – $6 (5 – 16) Children 4 and under are Free
Groups of at least 15 people are $5 per person
For more information about these ships, visit http://www.thenina.com/