“Cuauhtémoc” mexican tall ship visits Honolulu, Hawaii

“Cuauhtémoc” tall ship
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“Cuauhtémoc” tall ship
“Cuauhtémoc” tall ship

The Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco is pleased to announce that the “Cuauhtémoc” tall ship will be moored at Honolulu Harbor, Hawaii on October 6ht at 10:00 am.

Coming from the Seward Peninsula in Alaska with 254 naval crew members on board, the tall ship will make a spectacular entrance to the harbor with sailors standing on the rigs and displaying their sailing abilities.


The Cuauhtémoc has been the naval training vessel for the Mexican Navy since 1982, and it will be the second time that will visit Honolulu.

The goodwill voyage 2014 includes visits to 12 countries and 22 ports during its schedule 228 days cruise which will cover 20,357 nautical miles.

Join us and visit one of the most beautiful ships in the world, a goodwill Ambassador of the Mexican Navy.

The ship’s deck will be open to the public from October the 7th – to October 9th with the following schedule:

October 7th 11:00-22:00 hrs

October 8th 11:00-22:00 hrs

October 9th 11:00-22:00 hrs

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