Where did Christopher got those ships?
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"He only had 3. srry 2 burst ur bubble wuhtever ur name is but he really had 4 haha Sorry to burst your bubble as well friend, but there were three. The Nina was simply a nickname he gave to his favorite ship, whose real name was actually the Santa Clara. That's still only three." The ship you ar…e referring to was written about in 1992 by Marinella Bonvini-Mazzanti. Associate Professor of History at the University of Urbino, Italy after finding records indicating a fourth ship. It was later determined that the ship was a "fusta" and also not part of the official voyage because it was privately funded. I hope this answers the question more completely, without 'bursting your bubble'. ( Full Answer )
Christopher Columbus' flagship on his first voyage to America. About 117 feet (36 metres) long, the "Santa MarÃa" had a deck, three masts, and forecastle and sterncastle and was armed with bombards that fired granite balls. She performed well in the voyage but ran aground off Haiti on Dec. 25, 14…92, and was lost. Her sister ships, the "NiÃ±a" and "Pinta," less than half her size, returned safely to Spain despite near catastrophe in storms. ( Full Answer )
He sailed with three ships, La Nina, La Pinta , and la Santa Maria. He sailed on La Santa Maria. Tha ship "La Nina", was actually named the "Santa Clara" . It is believed the nickname "Nina" was given to it because the captains name was Nino. he actually sailed on a wood ship ha ha ha
Christopher Columbus's ships were the Nina, Pinta, and the Santa Maria. They sailed across the Atlantic Ocean to the New World.
I am not sure if it was his favourite but he did have another two ships called the Pinta and Santa maria so one of them could be his favourite ship
Life on Christopher Columbus's ships would have been verydifficult. The voyage across the Atlantic would have taken weeks,and would have been extremely arduous. The close quarters, rats,and sea sickness would have been enough to make the crew considermutiny, and many of them almost did.
Italia explorer, Christopher Columbus set sail on three ships.These were named the Santa Maria, the Pinta, and the Nina.
Christopher Columbus had three ships when he left Spain. The namesof the ships were the Nina, Santa Maria, and the Pinta.
There were three ships that sailed with Christopher Columbus. Thenames of the ships were the Santa Maria, Nina, and the Pinta.
The three ships of Columbus were called the Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria.
Yes, Christopher Columbus sailed three ships and the smallest one was the Pinta, I think.
Either the Nina or the Pinta but i know the santa MAria was the biggest
Caravels, I should imagine. I know the Nina and the Pinta (sp?) were both caravels, but the Santa Maria was a larger class of ship. Caravels were great for exploration, as they had a shallow draft, allowing them to sail in much shallower water(could even sail up some deep rivers) and as such, I shou…ld imagine that they would be what any explorer would use. The flagship Santa Maria had the nickname La Gallega. It was a nao, which simply means "ship" in old Spanish; today, we might call such a ship a carrack. She was fat and slow, designed for hauling cargo, not for exploration. Some sources say that the Santa Maria was about 100 tons. I saw the copy of the ship that used to be moored at the Barcelona harbour, and it is pretty scary to think that she was the biggest of the three ships that sailed to the unknown in 1492. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_type_of_ships_did_christopher_Columbus_use#ixzz23hgHQVOB ... ( Full Answer )
Christopher Columbus set sail with a fleet of three ships. Theseships were the Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria.
The country that supplied Christopher Columbus with ships in 1492was Spain. King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella were the monarchs inSpain at this time. His three ships were named the Nina, Pinta, andSanta Maria.
Probably not. Books as we know them weren't available until after the inventing of moveable-type printing. Prior to that books were copied laboriously by hand. It's more likely that he learned about ships because he was from Genoa - a very important seaport and trading city in the Middle Ages.…. ( Full Answer )
In his first voyage, when he accidentally stumbled on the New World, Columbus had three ships: NiÃ±a, Pinta, and Santa Maria
I suppose Spain got to name them because Queen Isabella of Spain supplied the three ships and a crew.
Christopher Columbus had 3 ships supplied by Queen Isabella of Spain. During his initial voyage to American, Columbus has three ships,the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria. The Santa Maria wasdestroyed in the New World but the other two ships made it back toSpain. Christopher Columbus sailed 3 sh…ips,They are called The Nina, The Pinta and the Santa Maria. ( Full Answer )
He took three ships the Pinta , the Nina , and theSanta Maria , the Santa Maria was the largest ship.
On his first voyage to the new world in 1492, Columbus's ships were Ni n a (the second "n" has a ~ above it) the Pinta and the Santa Maria.
this question is incorrect.. christopher Columbus sailed 3 ships to the new world. they were the Pinta, the Nina, and the Santa Maria
Yes. It crashed near Portugal and he swam all the way to land. He considered it a blessing by god.
Caravels, I should imagine. I know the Nina and the Pinta (sp?) were both caravels, but the Santa Maria was a larger class of ship. Caravels were great for exploration, as they had a shallow draft, allowing them to sail in much shallower water(could even sail up some deep rivers) and as such, I shou…ld imagine that they would be what any explorer would use. The flagship Santa Maria had the nickname La Gallega. It was a nao, which simply means "ship" in old Spanish; today, we might call such a ship a carrack. She was fat and slow, designed for hauling cargo, not for exploration. Some sources say that the Santa Maria was about 100 tons. I saw the copy of the ship that used to be moored at the Barcelona harbour, and it is pretty scary to think that she was the biggest of the three ships that sailed to the unknown in 1492. It would be accurate and correct to say that he used the caravel -which he did, as two out of three of his ships were caravels, which were a newly developed lighter, faster ship. ( Full Answer )
On Christopher Columbus's ship there were many jobs such as . Ship's carpenter . Ship's doctor . Sail maker . And a very busy cook who has to cook for the whole ship!! I hope i have helped you with your question! Thank you for choosing my answer. J.L.D x
\n. \nSanta Maria, Pinta, and Nina\n. \n. \nActually, in spanish you have to use an article to name a ship. They were "La NiÃ±a" (the "Ã±" is not used in english, but you'll recognize its sound in the "gn" part of the word "lasagna"), "La Pinta" and "La Santa MarÃa".
Columbus led his three ships - the Nina , the Pinta and the Santa Maria - out of the Spanish port of Palos on August 3, 1492. His objective was to sail west until he reached Asia (the Indies) where the riches of gold, pearls and spice awaited. His first stop was the Canary Islands where the lac…k of wind left his expedition becalmed until September 6. Once underway, Columbus benefited from calm seas and steady winds that pushed him steadily westward (Columbus had discovered the southern "Trades" that in the future would fuel the sailing ships carrying goods to the New World). However, the trip was long, longer than anticipated by either Columbus or his crew. In order to mollify his crew's apprehensions, Columbus kept two sets of logs: one showing the true distance traveled each day and one showing a lesser distance. The first log was kept secret. The latter log quieted the crew's anxiety by under-reporting the true distance they had traveled from their homeland. This deception had only a temporary effect; by October 10 the crew's apprehension had increased to the point of near mutiny. Columbus headed off disaster by promising his crew that if land was not sighted in two days, they would return home. The next day land was discovered. A New World is Revealed Columbus's journal of his first voyage to America has been lost. However, we do have an accurate abstract of the journal written by Bartolome de las Casas in the 1530s. Las Casas was an historian and Columbus's biographer who had access to the original journal of the voyage. We join Columbus's account as his expedition approaches the islands of the Bahamas. Throughout the account, Columbus refers to himself in the third person as the "Admiral": "Thursday October 11 The course was W.S.W., and there was more sea than there had been during the whole of the voyage. They saw sand-pipers, and a green reed near the ship. Those of the caravel Pinta saw a cane and a pole, and they took up another small pole which appeared to have been worked with iron; also another bit of cane, a land-plant, and a small board. The crew of the caravel NiÃ±a also saw signs of land, and a small branch covered with berries. Everyone breathed afresh and rejoiced at these signs. The run until sunset was 27 leagues. After sunset the Admiral returned to his original west course, and they went along at the rate of 12 miles an hour. Up to two hours after midnight they had gone 90 miles, equal to 22 1/2 leagues. As the caravel Pinta was a better sailer, and went ahead of the Admiral, she found the land, and made the signals ordered by the Admiral. The land was first seen by a sailor named Rodrigo de Triana. But the Admiral, at ten o'clock, being on the castle of the poop, saw a light, though it was so uncertain that he could not affirm it was land. He called Pero Gutierrez, a gentleman of the King's bedchamber, and said that there seemed to be a light, and that he should look at it. He did so, and saw it. The Admiral said the same to Rodrigo Sanchez of Segovia, whom the King and Queen had sent with the fleet as inspector, but he could see nothing, because he was not in a place whence anything could be seen. After the Admiral had spoken he saw the light once or twice, and it was like a wax candle rising and failing. It seemed to few to be an indication of land; but the Admiral made certain that land was close. When they said the Salve, (Salve Regina) which all the sailors were accustomed to sing in their way, the Admiral asked and admonished the men to keep a good look-out on the forecastle, and to watch well for land; and to him who should first cry out that he saw land, he would give a silk doublet, besides the other rewards promised by the Sovereigns, which were 10,000 maravedis to him who should first saw it. At two hours after midnight the land was sighted at a distance of two leagues." Columbus ordered the three ships to halt and wait for daylight before venturing further. His journal continues: "Friday October 12 The vessels were hove to, waiting for daylight; and on Friday they arrived at a small island of the Lucayos, called, in the language of the Indians, Guanahani. Presently they saw naked people. The Admiral went on shore in the armed boat, and Martin Alonso Pinzon, and Vicente Yanez, his brother, who was captain of the NiÃ±a. The Admiral took the royal standard, and the captains went with two banners of the green cross, which the Admiral took in all the ships as a sign, with an F and a Y and a crown over each letter, one on one side of the cross and the other on the other. Having landed, they saw trees very green, and much water, and fruits of diverse kinds. The Admiral called to the two captains, and to the others who leaped on shore, and to Rodrigo Escovedo, secretary of the whole fleet, and to Rodrigo Sanchez of Segovia, and said that they should bear faithful testimony that he, in presence of all, had taken, as he now took, possession of the said island for the King and for the Queen his Lords, making the declarations that are required, as is now largely set forth in the testimonies which were then made in writing." Shortly after landing, many of the island's inhabitants assembled on the beach and Columbus gave them gifts of red hats and beads. The natives reciprocated with gifts of parrots, cotton and other goods. In describing the natives, Columbus wrote: "They go as naked as when their mothers bore them, and so do the women, although I did not see more than one girl. They are very well made, with very handsome bodies, and very good countenances." ( Full Answer )
Black Moor Goldfish had not been developed at the time of Christopher Columbus so they could not have been on his ship. If on the other hand, you are asking about the Black Moorish people of Africa and Spain, I can find no reference to there being any aboard on any of the three ships of the first vo…yage, although at that time it would be quite possible for some to have been either passengers or crew. ( Full Answer )
Christopher Columbus used several ships. On his first voyage he sailed on the Santa Maria until it hit a reef and sank, he then sailed the Pinta back to Europe. He used other ships in his pater voyages.
Columbus' first trans Atlantic exploration was aboard the Santa Maria (along with the Pinta and the NiÃ±a)
Columbus didn't have any ships of his own. He had to go to the Kingand Queen of Spain to convince them to pay for his explorations.
That question is easy for for me. And I'm only 10!!! Christopher Columbus had three ships. One named Nina one named Santa Maria and one named Pinta.
Well Christopher Colombus didn't sail in the two smallest ships. Those were his brothers who were sailing them. Christopher Colombus sailed in the SANTA MARIA...
Columbus was never involved in the triangluar trade. There is about 200 years difference between the two.
grammar like this makes me want to cry... should be... "How MANY ships DID Christopher Columbus have?" The Nina The Pinta The Santa Maria have a good day ^^
I assume you're referring to the drummer of Rammstein, the only well known Christoph Schneider I've heard of, and yes, if rumors are true, he supposedly has one daughter.
Columbus's three ships had a total crew of ninety men--85 Spaniards, four Italians and one Portuguese.
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..
The named of Christopher Columbus's ships were the Pinta, Santa Maria, and the Nina . .
It was Cortez who ordered his ships burned in 1519 before leading his men to battle against the Aztecs in orders to take away their ability to retreat.
He had three ships all given to him by Prince Ferdinand and Queen Isabella. The Santa Maria, the Pinta and the Nina. The Nina and the Pinta both sank around 1470-1480. They had collided with other ships. The Santa Maria had survived ( which was the last boat left ) and was used to travel back to Spa…in with Columbus and the other 120 men on board. ( Full Answer )
very difficult and crazy. Some of his crew were about to rebel if they didn't see signs of land soon, so he was in danger the whole time.
Sailing ships must have rudders. Columbus's ships were no exception. There is a nice picture of a nao at the link. The Santa Maria, The flagship for his voyage when he discovered the new world, was this type ship. The NiÃ±a and Pinta were caravels. They also had rudders.
His flags name was Columbus Flag!!:) It has an F, a cross and a Y on it.!:)
It depends on which of the three ships that he brought with him on his first trip. The Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria.
I dont know thats why i came here to see if someone answered it .
The 3 ships Christopher Columbus used were the Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria. The Santa Maria was the ship he was on the most, but that was only because one of the others got sunk or something
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.
Christopher Columbus is known for the three ships he sailed. Theywere named the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria.
The three ships that Christopher Columbus did sail on were LaPinta, La Santa Maria/Gallega and La Santa Clara.