Nuestra Senora Of Pilar Pack 1 Of 6 ( OCCRE - 15001-P1)


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The vessel it was built in the port of Cavite, in the Philippines, together with the Nuestra Señora de Covadonga. It was started in 1731 and launched in 1733. It was a two-deck ship, with a tonnage of 1,000 tons. Its artillery consisted of 50 guns. It also had 10 petriers in the rear part of the main deck and in the foredeck. For twenty years it traveled the route from Mexico to Manila and in 1750 it was completely renovated in the port of Cavite. His last crossing took place starting from Manila and en route to Acapulco in July 1750. Despite the overload, and contrary to the opinion of the pilots and the second officer, Captain Ignacio Martínez de Faura decided to set sail in early September 1750. When heading for the Mariana Islands, in the Pacific, the vessel began to navigate wit.

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