Day Trip Rucksack
Small 10L day trip and museums rucksack
Three-masted schooner, launched on Torrevieja beach in 1918. Originally named the Carmen Flores, it was motorized in 1930 and renamed the Puerto de Palma, and later the Cala San Vicens. From 1975 onwards, it sailed under the name Sayremar Uno, working as an auxiliary vessel and carrying out tasks related to underwater work.
In 1997, the Barcelona Maritime Museum acquired the vessel in an auction and restored it to its original form, as a three-masted sailing ship and renaming it Santa Eulàlia.
The Schooner Santa Eulàlia can be found near to the column of Columbus Monument in the Port Vell area of central Barcelona.
Today it forms part of the collections of vessels of the Barcelona Maritime Museum.
To visit the ship, entry is included in the Barcelona Maritime Museum ticket or paying separately 3 euros. It is also free entry from 15h on Sunday's if you validate your free entry going to the MMB first to pick up free a ticket
The visit includes access to the deck and hold space.
Note: Schooner Santa Eulàlia is an active sailing vessel and is not always available for dockside visits if it is out at sea.
Sailboat Santa Eulalia is accessible via a narrow gang plank.
I was allowed on board with my small 10L museum rucksack but larger bags and rucksacks may be denied access, but you can leave these in the Maritime museum lockers.
There is no bicycle anchorage near to Sailboat Santa Eulalia.
The MMB does not allow visitors dressed in swimwear or bikini's
The Schooner Santa Eulàlia is not wheel chair accessible.
Address: Moll de Bosch i Alsina, Barcelona. 08039, Barcelona. 08039
Nearest TMB Metro is Drassanes on the green (L3) line.
Schooner Santa Eulàlia can be found in Port Vell moored alongside Moll de Bosch i Alsina.
City walk in Barcelona in Old port area via Maritime museum, Torre Colon, Maremagnum shoping centre, Boat tours, Post office, Our lady of Mercy Basilica and Wax museum.
Distance: 3.69 Km
Return Travel Fare: T-Casual Zone 1
Transport Network: Barcelona Metro