FIRST FLOOR

  • Model of Bazán’s dock No. 2, the Reina Victoria Eugenia, built on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. This dock was built between 1909 and ...

  • The Comercio, a steamboat bought by the company La Herculina Ferrolana in 1901 in Glasgow (UK), carried passengers and goods between Ferrol and A Coruña. ...

  • The model represents the cruiser as it was during the Semana Naval de Barcelona (Barcelona’s Naval Week), held in june 1966. The Canarias was one ...

  • Longitudinal sec tion plan of battleship Alfonso XIII. Scale 1:50. Black and White, ink on paper. Displaying various ship compartments in detail. ...

  • Model of the bow, showing the anchoring system of the aircraft carrier Príncipe de Asturias. ...

  • 11-metre-long wooden trainera, with eight thwarts and seven oars on each side for sailing competition. ...

  • Telephone switchboard from the Sociedad Española de Construcción Naval, with jacks, wiring, handset, wooden board and cast iron base. ...

  • Model of two ships on the slipways of Ferrol’s Shipyard: the Canarias, ready for launch, and the Baleares, still under construction. Scale 1:100. ...

  • Model of the operating me chanism of a steam hammer, used in many forges located on river banks. This mechanism is described in the Códice ...

  • Model of the F-105 Cristóbal Colón, one of the frigates of the F-100 class or Álvaro de Bazán class, in service with the Spanish Navy ...

  • Cross sections of the centre of a ship, showing the structure of the main frame and part of the rigging. ...

  • Toy reproduction of the battleship España (1930). Manufactured in Alicante by the company Hermanos Payá. The movement of its front wheel simulates the ocean waves. ...

GROUND FLOOR

The Museum begins on the ground floor of the Herrerías building. The first stage of the tour is subdivided into five thematic modules.

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FIRST FLOOR

The Temporary Exhibition Hall houses pictorial, photographic, and artistic exhibits on themes related to the sea.

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