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10:51

LifeStyle

1 June 1778: Families from Malaga embark on a journey to colonise Louisiana

MADDY HAY what happened today?

...group of 16 Spanish families set sail to America aboard the ship San José, led by governor Bernardo de Gálvez from Macharaviaya. The majority of the colonists were from Malaga, with many hailing from the Axarquía and Alhaurín de la Torre. At this time,

11:13

National

Ferries from Spain to the UK cancelled with uncertainty over when services will resume

J. RHODES

Malaga. A number of Britons in Malaga who travel by boat every year are also experiencing problems with ferry cancellations. Jeanne Murphy drives down from Santander to her house near Sedella every winter. She was due to sail back to Plymouth on 1 ... stated when they will resume sailings," she said. Mick Berrill and his wife have had to extend their stay in Malaga from 23 March when they were due to sail back to the UK. Mick explained to SUR in English on Wednesday that they had "optimistically" ... rebooked tickets to sail on 20 May but are preparing to drive to the Channel Tunnel. No response Mick, as well as Doreen and Ted Charles, who are staying in Fuengirola told SUR that contact with Brittany Ferries has been "default emails only" or

15:24

Local

Nautical tourism, a key to bringing Puerto Banús back to life

Héctor Barbotta

...boat rental. Permission given Banús businesses to expand restaurant terraces A catalogue with the boats available for rent (motor and sail boats), with most belonging to those with a berth in the port or others nearby, is currently being put

09:20

What to do

Peter the Great’s frigate open to the public in Malaga this Saturday

Daryl Finch

Russian sail training and museum ship, the Shtandart, will dock in Malaga tomorrow, Saturday, where it can be viewed by the general public. On the way to Spain, the Shtandart has travelled 2,000 nautical miles from the UK, through the Bay of ... volunteers, who maintain and sail the ship. For the last 15 years, the Shtandart has been sailing around Europe as a sail training ship, with a young international crew on board. Together with the professional crew, trainees take part in tall ship regattas, ... traditions of the so-called Age of Sail. Visitors to the museum ship can experience the living conditions of 18th-century sailors first-hand from 9am to 6pm. Entry costs three euros for adults and is half price for children.

17:38

Sport

Conquering both social and physical obstacles

KISHAN VAGHELA GIBRALTAR

"People thought I was mad. They told me it wouldn't work." Annie Risso faced more than her fair share of difficulties after introducing Special Olympics to Gibraltar. Risso is currently the National Director for Special Olympics Gibraltar, which is p

11:14

Local

"Our best hope is to focus on alternatives to single use plastics"

Jennie Rhodes

...to severe wind and rain. We ripped our main sail the first night and we kept getting battered with other assorted challenges like the skipper being concerned about running out of fuel due to the extra miles, but thankfully we didn't. What was the

10:42

Local

Pullmantur returns to Malaga's cruise port with autumn programme

Pilar Martínez

A cruise line specialising in the Spanish-speaking market is returning to the port of Malaga. Pullmantur will be basing its cruise ship Horizon in the city for a series of departures this autumn. Five cruises will set sail between 20 October and 21

16:43

What to do

A week of German film in Malaga

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

Fischer. Story: A doctor sets sail from Gibraltar and meets a sinking refugee boat. Tuesday 18 February. Gundermann Director: Andreas Dresen. Story: Rock musician Gerhard Gundermann, his life as a miner and Stasi links. Winner of German cinema's

14:52

Travel

Preparing for a new era of travel and tourism

Andrew Forbes

...course going on a trip. Ignacio Soto, of Nature Tarifa, will head out onto the water once the lockdown is relaxed. He tells me, "I'll sail and navigate the waters of the Strait, to breathe in the fresh air, and feel and listen to the sea again!"