Rags were collected and then sorted according to quallity or cleanliness. The bales or bundles were opened and sorted, then cleaned by thrashing....Read more
The schooner, Santa Eulàlia, was restored between 1998 and 2000 and was a pioneer experience in this state. Following strict restoration criteria,...Read more
The rudder is the tool that steers the boat and sets the desired course, in response to indications from navigational instruments. The wheel allows...Read more
The binnacle houses one of the most important navigational instruments on the boat: the nautical compass. The compass shows the magnetic north...Read more
This cabin is the rest area for officers. It holds up to 4 beds, tables for consulting nautical maps, hidden instruments...
The light...Read more
The hold on the Santa Eulalia has a capacity of 340 m3 and 190 tonnes.
This space has been used to transport all kinds of goods during...Read more
Communications systems at sea have evolved a lot: from the first shouts from boat to boat; up to the telecommunications used nowadays; through...Read more
Ballast is a variable weight that lends the boat a minimum weight for sailing with a minimum of stability, correctly establishing the boat’s centre...Read more
The Santa Eulàlia is a schooner built in Torrevieja (Alicante) in 1918, which was acquired by the museum with the aim of recovering maritime heritage...Read more
Knots are essential on board a sailing boat: they are the element that make manoeuvres safe and lend stability and solidity to the rigging.