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ARMADA DEL ECUADOR
ESCUELA SUPERIOR NAVAL
CMDTE “RAFAEL MORAN VALVERDE”
SALINAS

ENGLISH PROJECT

INTERNATIONAL CRUISE

GM 4/A CAJAS RAMOS GABRIEL SANTIAGO




2012




INTRODUCTION



FEATURES
Celaya Shipyards Shipyard SA, Bilbao, Spain
Brig-schooner type
Authorized May 22, 1974 [1]
Launched October 23, 1976 [1]
Assigned July 23, 1977
active destinationDisplacement 1,250 t [1]
Length 78.40 m [1]
Beam 10.60 m [1]
Depth 6.60 m [1]
Draft 4.5 m [1]
Air draft 41.90 m [1]
Bric-Rig Boat [1]
11 candles knives
10 square sails
1 gaff sail
1 candle scandalous
Propulsion Motor Carterpilar [1]
Power 1,100 hp [1]
Crew 35 officers and 120 crew
Capacity 80 students
MMSI: 735059037





The BAE Guayas is a training ship sailing of theNavy of Ecuador. Launched in 1976, was named jointly after the Guayas River, and Steamed Guayas, the first steamboat built inSouth America in 1841 and shown on the coat of arms of Ecuador. The base of the boat isthe city of Guayaquil.
It is considered an ambassador of Ecuador, the Guayas has participated in several sailing races around the world. The most recent participation was in 2010 in SouthAmerica 2010Candles which commemorates 200 years of independence in Latin America, the Guayasundertook a journey to the west coast of North America made stops at the ports ofAcapulco, San Diego, Los Angeles , San Francisco and Seattle. In 2008, the Guayascrossed the Pacific Ocean to visit Vladivostok, Japan, Korea, and China. In Osaka-Pusan section at the end of 2008, the Guayas visited 60 portsin 25 countries and covers about 340,000 nautical miles (630,000 kilometers).
It is classified as Class A Tall Ship Sail Training by the International Association.
It is one of the 4 school sailboats built in Spanish shipyards in Bilbao Celaya SA forAmerican countries:
ARC Gloria from Colombia
ARM Cuauhtemoc of Mexico
ARBV Simon Bolivar of Venezuela
THE TRAINING SHIP GUAYAS
The Ship"Guayas" is a sailing boat built bric-type, like the "Cuauhtemoc", "Simon Bolivar" and "Gloria" in Celaya shipyards in Bilbao, Spain in 1977, the figure of a giant condordistinguishes "Gauteng "of Ecuador of its sister ship," Gloria "from Colombia.


Guayas was the name of a chief Huancavilca tribe of natives seated on the river of the same name where now stands Guayaquil. The Guayas is the main riverof the Ecuadorian coast and the largest Pacific coast. The name of Guayas also brings to mind the firststeamboat built in South America in the shipyards of Guayaquil, and his image is in the coat of arms of Ecuador. In this ship were forged generations of brave sailorsEcuadorians.

The Ship "Guayas" is ambassador of Ecuador to the world's oceans, its main function isthe formation and trainingof cadets and junior officers of the Naval College of Ecuador in the city of Salinas.

The Ship "Guayas" gets to 63 midshipmen in each of their cruise with a full crew of 110additional officers. The Navy of Ecuador still considers sailing training essential for the development of a spirit of teamwork in young sailors in the country, and the "Guayas" provides this essential element of the trainingof officers of the Navy of Ecuador.





CANDLES AND PARTS OF THE SHIP SCHOOL GUAYAS


1. Palo Bowsprit
2. Ratchet Palo
3. Mainmast
4. Palo Mesana
5. Castle
6. Quarterdeck
7. Signal Bridge
8. Awning
9. Flying Jib
10. Flying jib
11. Jib
12. Contrafoque
13. Sobrejuanete of Ratchet
14. Ratchet bunion
15. Foretopsail high
16. Foretopsail under
17. Sailing ratchet
18.Sobrejuanete forestay
19. Bunion forestay
20. Gavia forestay
21. Major Sobrejuanete
22. Major bunion
23. Gavia High
24. Low Gavia
25. Mainsail
26. Sobreperico forestay
27. Perico forestay
28. Mizzen staysail
29. Outrageous Sail
30. Sailing Cangreja







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