Fragata Libertad

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La Fragata Libertad es el buque escuela de la Armada Argentina. La Marina lo usa para entrenar al personal en escenarios reales, viajando en misiones por todo el mundo y encallando en puertos extranjeros. Fue construída en el Astillero Río Santiago y suplantó a los otros buques escuela, la ARA Sarmiento (hoy en Puerto Madero, al lado del Puente de la Mujer) y el crucero La Argentina.

The ARA Libertad is a sailing ship specially made for the Argentine Navy, serving as a school vessel for the new personnel in real scenarios, such as the seas and the oceans. Since it was built, almost 70 years ago, it landed in more than 400 ports around the world. This huge ship was created on the “Astillero Río Santiago” (a famous shipyard near the city of La Plata) and it took the place of the former older ships of the Argentine Navy: the ARA Sarmiento, now serving as a museum in Puerto Madero, and the light cruiser ARA La Argentina.

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