Simón Bolívar ship from Venezuela arrived in Santa Marta

Simón Bolívar ship from Venezuela arrived in Santa Marta
Simón Bolívar ship from Venezuela arrived in Santa Marta

The ship belonging to the Bolivarian Navy arrived in the city of Santa Marta, on the route of the XXXIV Foreign Instruction Cruise “Caribbean Integration 2024”.

This Tuesday the Bolivarian ship arrived at the Port of Santa Marta, which will remain at the dock until next Saturday, June 29.

On June 19, the Simón Bolívar ship left Santiago de Cuba heading to Samaritan waters, as a way to continue the XXXIV Foreign Instruction Cruise “Caribbean Integration 2024” under the peace mission whose objective is to visit friendly countries. From Cuban territory, the ship left with 72 cadets (23 women) and 173 crew members.

“When the journey ends on July 13, in the Venezuelan port of La Guaira, cadets and crew members will conclude about three months of navigation and training and will have traveled 4,500 nautical miles of sea, carrying their message of Caribbean integration through the ports of San Vicente and the Grenadines, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Mexico, Cuba, Colombia and Curacao” published the Consulate General of Venezuela in Cuba.

 
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