Pinta

Pinta docks at the Biloxi Pier

A piece of history is docked at the Biloxi Schooner Pier. A replica of the Pinta caravel, one of the ships used by Christopher Columbus, is open to the public. Driving by the Biloxi Pier you may…

Pinta docks at the Biloxi Schooner Pier

A relic of the fifteenth century cut through the waters of the Mississippi Sound this afternoon as it prepares to serve as an interactive museum. The Pinta returned to the Biloxi Schooner Pier for self-guided tours that…

Pinta will return to Biloxi January 29th

Later this month, families on the Coast will have the chance to step back in time and explore a piece of nautical history. The Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum announced today that the Pinta will dock at…

Discover the Nina and the Pinta

It’s time to set sail. The Nina and Pinta, replicas of Columbus’ ‘Ships of Discovery,’ have made their way to Biloxi. Both the Nina and the Pinta tour together as a ‘sailing museum’ for educating the public and school children.…

Discover the Nina and the Pinta

It’s time to set sail! The Nina and Pinta, replicas of Columbus’ ships of discovery, have made their way to Biloxi. News 25’s Kristen Anzuini has more.

Discover the Nina and the Pinta

After a weather delay this week, you can now go see replicas of the Pinta and the Nina of Columbus’ ships. They are docked at the Maritime and Seafood Industry’s Schooner Pier Complex on Beach Boulevard in Biloxi. The ships…

Taking a trip back in time

If you’ve traveled along Highway 90 in Biloxi, you might have noticed a few older ships docked. It is not 1492 and Christopher Columbus did not land in South Mississippi, but two of the ships used in his voyage across…