Two Years of Building a 16th Century Timelapse film of the building of the Grayhound 1 day ago   03:26

The first ship to land on San Diego's shores is being resurrected at Spanish Landing Park. Two years after the Maritime Museum began building the 200-ton, $6.2 million replica, KPBS video journalist takes a look at the progress.

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Angela Fisher
Too bad that Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo was yet another slave holding, genocidal rapist, like Columbus and many others. It's hard to see a ship glorifying these travesties. Let's at least teach the truth about them.
La Cosa
Great job, beautiful!! Viva España!! God Bless USA!!
Alexander Gunshooter
Wow, a sea ship! I'm Salivating!
John von Shepard
Wolf THE GREAT Alpha
I see Puerto Rico or Spain or Mexico or Latin America doing this but usa Lol I think it will be much better for those American workers to go with those six million dollars buy a World War II American battleship or ship about to be scrapped and buy it LOL
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jellvim cien de la cerna
here in philippines it well cost 800,000 USD or less
Josh Tamargo de Rothschild
awesome work guys... !!
Buccaneer's Reef
incredible. the craftsmanship gone into it is amazing
200Tones?? some portuguese galleons had almost 2.000 tonnes, they must have beem sea monsters, ... no one found them yet, seem they carried the biggest treasures of the world...60 tonnes of gold 22, boxes of precious stones,stc,,,

th4ese wrecks werent found yet...
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Justin Betland
So did this ship ever set sail?
Amoj Zednanref
This galleon trade had a significant impact on the cultures of The philippines and mexico
that is just beautiful; I would have loved to be part of the team that built it.
Natty13 bambooklat
If I was worthless why do you bother to reply... You shIt for brain .....I am so worth it and your just a jealous go eat a banana..........lmfao
Shit. I was thinking of doing exactly the same thing. I guess everyone has his own time.
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Timelapse film of the building of the Grayhound Two Years of Building a 16th Century 1 day ago   13:51

Traditional Maritime Skills project sets out to capture the skills unique in wooden boat building.

We continue to follow the building of the Grayhound which is being led by experienced boat builder Chris Rees with a small team of local shipwrights is a 63 foot scale replicate of the 1776 3 masted lugger.

The short film covers the building of the Grayhound at Southdown near Millbrook, Cornwall.

There are still photos on our main website.