La Niña (nickname)
La Pinta (nickname)
On his first voyage to the America's (August 3, 1492) he led a
small fleet of 3 vessels:
La Nina (actually named the Santa Clara) La Nina was a
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 the new
world, they gave him three ships. These ships were the Nina, the
Pinta, and the Santa Maria.
The three names are Pinta, Nina, and Santa Maria:).
santa maria . pinta and ninta
Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria were his first ships he earned he
also rode the Santa Maria to America and thought that America was
On his first voyage, they were the Pinta, the Santa Maria, and
the Nina. On his three later voyages he had more ships.
The Nina (little girl), the Pinta (paint), and his
flagship, the Santa Maria (Saint Mary) were the three ships
in Columbus' fleet on his maiden voyage to "The New World", later
to be named "America".
The ships that he sailed on his first voyage was the Pinta,
Santa Maria, and the Nina.
The Niña, Pinta
and Santa Maria were the three ships Columbus had.
The Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria, but actually,
Christopher Columbus only rode on the Santa Maria.
The names of the ships were la Santa Clara, la Pinta, la Santa
Maria/Gallega. The crew renamed the ships the Nina (the girl, or
rather, the "working" girl); the Pintada (or the "painted" one;
i.e. the girl wearing make-up, in other words, the prostitute) and
the Maria Galante (the surname of another "lady of leisure"). The
church censored the nicknames to more christian names which are now
considered "true history." YOLO
The Santa MarÃa was the largest of the three
ships and also the slowest used by Christopher Columbus in his
first voyage across the Atlantic Ocean in 1492. Her master and
owner was Juan de la Cosa.
The NiÃ±a (the Spanish word for "girl") was one
of the three ships used by Christopher Columbus in his first voyage
towards the Indies in 1492. It was the smallest of the three. The
real name of the NiÃ±a was Santa Clara. Her master and owner was
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. Captain of the Pinta was MartÃn Alonzo
The three ships that accompanied Christopher Columbus were the
Santa Maria, Pinta, and the Nina. Christopher Columbus captained
the Santa Maria.
They was the Nina, Pinta, Santa Maria.
The names of Christopher Columbus's ships were the Nina, the
Pinta and the Santa Maria.
Those ships were named Pinta, Santa Clara -usually called Niña
after the owner's name, and Santa María (Saint Mary). In the last
of those was where Christopher Columbus travelled.