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11:21

Local

Historic galleon docks in Malaga Port

SUR

The Galeón Andalucía has arrived in Malaga, docked at Muelle Uno where it will remain over the Christmas period. It has just completed a year-long European tour and its doors will be open to the public until 12 January. This is a unique replica

21:26

LifeStyle

Gazing at Malaga from the decks of a galleon

PABLO MARINETTO

galleon and walking across its decks gives an idea of what it must have been like to be a cabin boy; to step back in time and put yourself in the place of the crew members who sailed the seas over half the world for three centuries. The aim is for people

19:32

Local

The galleon Andalucía open for visitors in La Línea this weekend

BEN CLARKE

In the early hours of Tuesday moring, the galleon Andalucía left the port of Alicante bound for La Línea de la Concepción. The ship arrived in the Puerto Deportivo Alcaidesa Marina will arrive on Thursday morning, and will remain there until Sunday. ... The ship is a replica of a Spanish galleon which for over three centuries traversed the Caribbean, the Atlantic and the Pacific, uniting continents and cultures and transporting fantastic merchandise from all corners of the globe. This 55-metre ... galleon will return from its world tour and visit La Línea for the first time, putting an end to a voyage which it began last spring. The ship is made of iroko and pine wood, has five decks and its sails have a surface area of nearly 1000 square metres.

14:17

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All that jazz, up for sale

ASH BOLTON

...with the Galleon Jazz Band in Tooting (London) and I also started my own group at the Foresters Pub in Tooting, which was modern jazz." In his late teens in 1951, Brian started playing at 100 Club on Oxford Street in London several times a week,