Christopher Columbus sailed under the flag of Spain.
Columbus sailed under the Spanish crown flag so there is no "Columbus flag."
Christopher Columbus famously did so.
italian who sailed under the flag of spain
not hardly- Columbus lived long before anybody even dreamed of a US president. (Columbus was an Italian explorer who sailed under the Spanish flag and reached North America in 1492.)
Henry Hudson did sail under the British flag. In 1607 and 1608 he sailed for the British flag. In 1609 he sailed for the Dutch flag. His final voyages were in 1610 and 1611 when he sailed for the British flag again.
No. They sailed under an english flag.
The spanish flag.Because the spanish queen sponsored him
The names of the three ships of Columbus were Nina, Pinta, Santa Maria. Christopher Columbus was an Italian who sailed under the Spanish flag. The ships carried about 120 men in total.
Columbus, and Italian sailor, was funded by Spain. Another Italian, John Cabot, sailed under the English flag. Vespucci, and Italian explorer, sailed with a Spanish expecition. Magellon, a Portuguese sea captain, was funded by Spain. Hudson, and English captain, sailed on different expeditions under the Dutch and the English flags.
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Although he was Italian, he sailed under the flag of Spain. He was looking for a better trade route to India but instead landed in the Caribbean islands.
Christopher Columbus' voyages were financed by the Crown of Castile, which later became part of the Kingdom of Spain, and he sailed under the flag of that kingdom. So the lands he discovered, he discovered for Castile.
He sailed under the flag of Portugal.
The country was Italy
it was Henry Hudson
Spain. His voyage was funded by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella.