The Sailboat School “Cuauhtemoc”
arrived in Cabo San Lucas last Sunday April 11th
The “Ambassador and Knight of the Seas”
The Sailboat School “Cuauhtemoc” arrived in Cabo San Lucas last Sunday April 11th and The “Ambassador and Knight of the Seas” as he is also known, was beautifying the Cabo Bay landscape with the his greatness docked in the marina for three days. His arrival was quite an event, the Mexico navy as well as the maritime community of Cabo San Lucas together with local businessmen welcomed them with a popular festival in the Amelia Wilkes square in downtown Cabo San Lucas.
Our clients and fishermen could also enjoy their visit
During their stay in Los Cabos they were giving guided tours to the public of Cabo, who were very admired for its size, history and beauty. Also at night the Cuauhtemoc sailboat illuminated the marina with its audiovisual light and sound show. Our clients and fishermen could also enjoy their visit because they could admire it more closely on their fishing trips or sunset cruise. Today, Wednesday April 14th, he sets sail from Cabo San Lucas, thus continuing his instructional trip through 11 more Mexican ports.
The Cuauhtemoc Vessel School Ship has sailed the World Oceans and seas
For more than 38 years, the Cuauhtemoc Vessel School Ship has sailed the World Oceans and seas, training more than thirty generations of Captains, Officers, Cadets and Class and Sailor personnel, in the most solid of seafaring traditions, the one that bet on sails and ropes, the one who knows the skies and sets the course with a sextant, and above all, is capable of creating a union where the values of honor, duty, loyalty and patriotism merge.
We hope that our beautiful Cabo San Lucas port will be within the Ambassador and Knight of the Seas itinerary very soon again
ARM Cuauhtemoc is a sail training vessel of the Mexican Navy, named for the last Mexica Hueyi Tlatoani Cuauhtemoc who was captured and executed in 1525.