'El Galeon' visits for Florida's 500th year

By: Rafael Lima

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Rafael Lima reports from El Galeon, a floating museum and replica of a 16th-century Spanish sailing ship. El Galeon is touring the east coast of Florida and visiting four cities (Miami, Port Canaveral, Fort Lauderdale and St. Augustine) as part of Quincentennial activities.

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trish gorland
trish gorland April 15, 2013 4:40 PM
how do i get tickets. are we able to go on board for a tour?
When does the galleon visit St. Augustine? (I shall be there for the entire month of May)
St. Augustine – Thursday, May 23, through Monday, June 3. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Tickets are $15 for adults, $8 for children 12 and under.

Just found some info Ray!
Very beautiful indeed. Wish I was there now:)
When is the ship in Miami?
I will definitely get tickets for my group of carousing Pirates.
When will it be in Ft Lauderdale?
When does the ship visit Port Canaveral? Thank you!
Your're in Cape Canaveral till May 12,2013.
How much are tickest ?
It is beautiful and it kinda looks like a real pirate ship.I all ready have been on it and it is awesome so if you are thinking of going on it do it because its radical! See yall there!!!
you get your tickets from a consesson stand next to the ship.