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Cuauhtémoc

Specifications of ARM Cuauhtémoc
Operations: Naval, Sail Training
Class: A
Rig: 3 Masted Barque
Year Launched: 1982
Length Overall (LOA): 90.5 Metres
Sail Area: 2368 Square Metres
Home Port: Acapulco, Mexico
MMSI: 345186001

ARM Cuauhtémoc is a 90.5m class A 3 masted barque launched in 1982.

Cuauhtémoc, a sail training tall ship operated by the Mexican Navy.

The tall ship ARM Cuauhtémoc is a sail training vessel used by the Mexican Navy to develop the seamanship skills of their cadets. She also acts as an ambassador for Mexico in every ports she visits, with regular appearances at many international tall ships events across the world.

Did You Know? Many navies from across the world use tall ships like Cuauhtémoc to expose their cadets to an experience known as 'Sail Training', a course in personal and professional development championed worldwide for its effectiveness in developing key skills in leadership, teamwork and more.

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