What explorer set sail in 1492 with Nina the Pinta and the Santa Maria?
Christopher Columbus set sail in 1942
yes, in 1492 christopher colombus went on 3 small ships (nina,pinta, santa maria)
Santa Maria, Pinta, Nina
The Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria was a fleet of three ships that departed from Spain on 3 of August 1492 and were sailed by Christopher Columbus.
nina, pinta, santa maria
The Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria.
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He sailed in 1492 with 3 ships the Nina, Pinta , and the Santa Maria.
yes, Columbus set sail for the first time in 1492, with the Pinta, the Nina and the Santa Maria (flagship)
Christopher Columbus set sail in the year 1492 in his ship Nina, Santa Maria and Pinta.
No. It turns out that those are the ships that survived! All three ships made it to the New World on October 12, 1492. As for the rest of the voyage... "In November , the Pinta disappeared in a strong wind. On December 25, 1492 (Christmas Day), the Santa Maria ran aground and was completely destroyed. Later, in January, the Pinta rejoined the Nina. Columbus returned to Spain on the Nina, arriving in March of… Read More
In 1492 Columbus sailed the Ocean blue, on his ships the Nina, Pinta and the Santa Maria
His three ships were called the NIna, Pinta and the Santa Maria
La Niña (nickname) La Pinta (nickname) Santa Maria ========== On his first voyage to the America's (August 3, 1492) he led a small fleet of 3 vessels: Santa Maria La Nina (actually named the Santa Clara) La Nina was a nickname La Pinta (apparently also a nickname) In September 1493, he set sail on his second voyage to the America's with a fleet of 17 vessels. When Spain sent Christopher Columbus on his voyage to… Read More
Columbus was on the Santa Maria because it was the largest of the 3. It had a crew of 40 and they sailed in Aug of 1492. They sighted land Oct. 12, 1492 after 33 days on board.
A boat from the Santa Maria took Columbus ashore. The names "Niña ", "Pinta" and "Santa Maria", are currently applied to the ships of Columbus' first voyage in 1492. On October 12, 1492, a lookout aboard the Pinta was first to sight land, an island in the Bahamas. As there were no developed harbors, the ships sent small boats to the beach. Columbus himself was aboard the Santa Maria and was aboard the first boat… Read More
In 1492, Columbus' main ships were the Nina, Pinta, and the Santa Maria. He embarked on his expedition on August 3, 1492 and landed on Hispaniola on October 11,1492.
On his first voyage to the new world in 1492, Columbus's ships were Nina (the second "n" has a ~ above it) the Pinta and the Santa Maria.
Christopher Columbus sailed on the Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria boats. Christopher Columbus sailed from Spain in 1492 on these 3 ships.
Columbus left the port city of Palos in Spain on August 3, 1492. He had three ships, the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria.
Palos in South West Spain is the town Columbus sailed from in the Santa Maria accompanied by the Nina and Pinta on 3rd August 1492.
Christopher Columbus arrived at the New World on October 12, 1492 after having crossed the Atlantic Ocean on the Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria.
1492, Columbus set sail on the ocean blue. His ships were the Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria. He sailed for Spain, although he was Italian I think.
Well in 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue. His three ships were the nina pinta and the santa maria. I always thought he should have been a dentist.
First of all, Christopher Columbus did not sail on the Mayflower, he had 3 ships, the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria. He left in 1492. I couldn't fin the exact date. he left August 3, 1492
Christopher Columbus's flagship on the first voyage was the Santa Maria up until it hit a reef and sank; he then made the Pinta his flagship for the remainder of the voyage.
Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492. So 1492 he took three ships, the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria and sailed west in an attempt to reach the Indies by circumnavigation; but instead landed in what is now called America.
La Pinta (the "Painted") was the fastest of the three ships used by Christopher Columbus in his first voyage across the Atlantic Ocean in 1492. Pinta was a caravel-type vessel. Pinta was square rigged and was smaller than the Santa María, weighing approximately 60 tons with a length of 20 meters and a width of 7 meters. The crew size was 26 men. Captain of the Pinta was Martín Alonzo Pinzón. the correct names of… Read More
The expedition of Christopher Columbus in 1492 consisted of 3 ships. The Nnia, Pinta and the Santa Maria. The latter being Columbus' flagship and the largest of the three.
It sank in 1492 in December.
December 25, 1492
Christopher Columbus sail the ocean blue in 1492. and he explored the northern, middle, and southern colonies. In 1492 Columbus made the first of four trips to the Caribbean on three Spanish ships named the Niña, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria
Yes, it did. In December 24, 1492.
The country that supplied Christopher Columbus with ships in 1492 was Spain. King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella were the monarchs in Spain at this time. His three ships were named the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria.
In the year of 1492.
Yes. In 1492 Columbus sailed across the Atlantic Ocean with three boats, the Santa Maria, the Pinta, and the Nina. He and his crew were trying to find India. Where he landed was what we now call the United States of America.
The Santa Maria was one of three ships taken by Christopher Columbus to America in 1492. The ship had three masts.
It hit a coral reef in December 1492
Columbus sailed with three ships in 1492. His flagship, the Santa Maria, ran aground and sank on the return voyage, on the coast of Hispaniola (Haiti). His other two ships were nicknamed La Niña (actual name Santa Clara) and La Pinta (actual name unknown).
That is the correct spelling of the female given name Nina (also Neena). The Spanish word niña (with tilde over N) means "baby girl" and was also the name of one of Columbus's three ships in 1492, the Niña, Pinta, and Santa Maria.
Sailing for Spain, Italian explorer Christopher Columbus (1451--1506) and his crew reached the New World (the European term for North and South America) on October 12, 1492, with three ships---the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria. They landed on a small island in the present-day Bahamas (a group of islands southeast of Florida).
NO! He sailed on one of his three ships, the Santa Maria, in 1492.
Columbus's flagship "Santa Maria" hit a reef on December 25, 1492 and sank.
By ship. The Vikings came from Iceland and Greenland and arrived in Labrador in NE Canada around the year 1000, while Columbus arrived with the caravels Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria in 1492 via the middle of the Atlantic to the Caribbean from a Portuguese port.
4 in total
Christopher Columbus began his first voyage August 3, 1492, and he began his second voyage September 24, 1493. He set forth on the Nina, Pinta and the Santa Maria. The King and Queen of Spain sponsored him.
December 25th, 1492 in the Bay de l'Acul, Haiti
He set out from Spain on August 3, 1492, to sail west to find a short cut to the East Indies in three ships, the Santa María, the Pinta (the Painted) and the Santa Clara, nicknamed Niña.
The Spanish word niña (with tilde over N) means "baby girl" and was also the name of one of Columbus's three ships in 1492, the Niña, Pinta, and Santa Maria. The female given name Nina is also from Hebrew, meaning "great-grand-daughter."
Nina NO-THIS IS WRONG!! It was the Santa Maria on Christmas Day in 1492.
in your butt Christopher Columbus had more than one ship. He had three, named the Santa Maria, the Nina, and the Pinta. All three of them, as far as I know, have been destroyed, but I think, if my memory serves my right, there is a replica of the Nina. All three of the ships sailed in 1492.