Several days of family crossing that will begin in the Cabrera Archipelago National Maritime-Terrestrial Park, coinciding with the 30th anniversary of the beginning of its establishment and then continue to the rest of the Pitiusas Islands (Ibiza and Formentera). All participants will be able to start sailing a historic ship by participating in all the drills that a ship such as the Cervantes Saavedra requires.
Aligned with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals approved by the UN, we want to raise awareness among passengers about the protection of the marine environment through a guided tour of the Oceanographic of Valencia and its species recovery centre. They will take part in the workshops organised by the Oceanográfic, and given by its two biologists, Guadalupe García, specialised in the conservation of marine species, and Elena Herrero, a marine biologist specialised in jellyfish. The activities for the “Mysteries of the Mediterranean” will take place at the Oceanográfic and on board the ship, they will consist of workshops and activities such as a visit to the Turtle Hospital, observing marine plankton, identification and sighting of species, taking samples from marine animals and release of one of the turtles recovered by the Oceanogràfic Foundation, among others.
In addition, there will be sailing drills, nautical activities and workshops, astronomy and navigation classes and water activities will be carried out with canoes or paddle surfing.