This is the second of the 4 stages of the Iacobus Maris, which we will carry out from Valencia to Seville.
The Iacobus Maris Route has its roots in the ancient Jacobean tradition, the most powerful cultural and social fact in the history of Galicia and, to a large extent, of Spain and all of Europe with a Christian tradition. The aims of the Foundation are: Disseminate and promote the Camino de Santiago, through the Traslatio for pilgrims and recreational nautical enthusiasts; spread and promote the practice of educational sailing on tall ships, throughout the Spanish geography, without prejudice to the international arena, focusing on the interrelationship of different cultures and youth.
Get on this pailebot and feel the experience of traveling in the restoration of the ship built in 1917. Be part of the crew, using the same navigation techniques, with training in navigation, charts, use of sails, knots, etc. And, above all, feel the sensation of sailing a wooden boat, governed by a pinzote.
Full board on board, does not include travel.
This Pailebote is an original vessel and different from the boats that navigate our waters today. During the first years of life, the pailebote was dedicated to the export of fruits, salt and general cargo, both in Mediterranean ports and anchorages, as well as on the north and west coast of Africa. It is 34 meters long, 8 meters wide, 3 meters deep and has a total surface area of 415 square metres.