- Uruguay (1874), barque rigged steam gunboat.
Museo Naval de la Naciòn
Pasco Victoria 620,
Provincia de Buenos Aires.
Telephone: +54 1 749 0608
Opening hours: Tuesday-Saturday 08:00-12:30; Sunday-Monday 15:00-18:00.
Puerto de Buenos Aires.
Telephone: +54 1 311 8792.
Opening hours: Daily 14:00-18:00.
The former Argentinian Navy training ship Presidente Sarmiento, a
three-masted fullrigged ship built in 1897.
Rio de Janeiro
Museu Naval E Oceanográfico
Rua Don Manuel, 15
Rio de Janeiro, CEP-20010.
Telephone: +55 (0)21 221 7626
Opening hours: Daily 12:00-16:45.
History of Brasilian Navy: maps, models of ships, publications and pieces
on history and oceanography.
Intinerant at ports of Brasil
Bauru (19??), FF.
British Bentick class frigate of WWII that operated on anti-submarine
patrol in South Atlantic from 1943 to 1945. Today she is an operational
museum ship based in Rio, on exhibition at principal coastal ports of Brasil.
Talcahuano Chilean Naval museum
Talcahuano, 9 Region
The Peruvian ironclad battleship Huascar, which was built in 1865,
was captured by Chile during the Pacific War during the Battle of Angamos in
1879. It is one of the last classic ironclads afloat. Peru is still asking for
the return of their ship.
Subida Artillería s/n,
Valparaiso, V Region.
Telephone: +56 (0)32 281845
Opening hours: Wednesday-Monday 09:00-12:30 & 14:30-18:00, Tuesday closed.
WWW-server: http://www.chileweb.net/musnav/ [Until end of July 1996]
WWW-server: http://www.andesweb.net/musnaval [From beginning of August 1996]
Estación Naval Tentiente Primero 'Manuel Clarero'
America (1904), gunboat.
Museo Naval del Peru
Updated 1998-12-03 by
Sjöhistoriska Samfundet | The Maritime History Virtual Archives |
Copyright © 1996 Lars Bruzelius.