Argentinian full-rigged ship in Malmö

On July 14-17, Malmö was visited by the Argentinian navy’s training ship, the full-rigged ARA Libertad. At 3,765 gross tonnes, the ship, which was built in 1956, is 104 m long and has a draught of 6.6 m. This makes her one of largest ships in her class in the world.

It was the first time ARA Libertad visited Malmö, and the ship was open to the public during the weekend. During its voyage, ARA Libertad has visited seven ports, four in North and South America and three in Europe. She will be back in Buenos Aires on October 7.

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