Floating museums open on their regular pre-pandemic hours

Museos Flotantes
The floating museums of Torrevieja, located in the port area, have opened to the public as of this week in their usual pre-pandemic hours, according to the Councilor for Culture of the Torrevieja City Council, Antonio Quesada. In this way, from Tuesday to Saturday, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., residents and tourists will be able to enjoy visiting the museum's three main vessels: the S-61 Delfín Submarine, the Albatros III Patrol Boat, as well as as well as the Pailebote Pascual Flores, who has just arrived from his tour of Europe and will be in Torrevieja until the middle of January 2022. The floating museum exhibition area is completed by an auxiliary boat of the D21 destroyer ceded to Spain by the North American navy, a Salt boat tug from the 50s of the last 20th century, a submarine torpedo and a Spanish mine from World War II, a field howitzer of the Spanish Army model Naval-Reinosa from 1958, a cargo launcher of depth, an Oerlikon machine gun, a Breda Bofors cannon and a mast from the Espalmador patrol boat.