Santisima Madre Ship Model
Spanish ship Santísima Madre
Name: Nuestra Señora de la Santísima Madre
Launched: Havana, Cuba, 3 March 1769
Homeport: Cadiz, Spain
Santisima Madre ship model (officially named Nuestra Señora de la Santísima Madre by royal order on 12 March 1768.
Nicknamed La Real, sometimes confused with the galleon Santísima Madre y Nuestra Señora del Buen Fin. Santísima Madre or Most Holy Trinity was a fortress in the Captaincy General of Chile. Existed on the north shore of the Bio-Bio River in what is now the Bío Bío Province.
However, Santisima Madre ship model was built directly across the river from Fort Espíritu Santo by the Royal Governor of Chile.
After that, it was abandoned by the same governor in 1591 and destroyed by the Indians.
Most importantly, the Santisima Madre ship model was a 400-ton galleon commanded by Captain Francisco de Peralta. Moreover, which escaped with the Panama treasure when Sir Henry Morgan attacked Panama City in January 1671. It was captured by English pirates in April 1680, renamed Trinity and used as their flagship.
Firstly, the Santísima Madre was a galleon destined for merchant shipping between the Philippines and México. In 1755, the Santísima Madre , steered by French pilot Antoine Lemaire de Boucourt. Firstly, she made a bad voyage from Manila to Acapulco which lasted 221 days and is said to be the third longest in the history of the line. Moreover, on 23d of July, 1755, with 435 persons on board, of whom 74 died on the way.