At about 0935, on the morning of July 3, 1898, the Spanish Caribbean Squadron under the command of Admiral Pascual Cervera y Topete (Infanta Maria Teresa, Vizcaya, Cristobal Colon, Almirante
Oquendo, Pluton and Furor) began their breakout from the mouth of Santiago Bay to face the American Atlantic Squadron under the command of Rear Admiral William T. Sampson and Commodore Winfield
Scott Schley's Flying Squadron.
Honoring the commanders and ships of the 1898 Battle of Santiago de Cuba, this colorful and informative shirt is imprinted on the front with a collage of images featuring images of Schley, Sampson
and Cervera and their flagships Brooklyn, New York and Infanta Maria Teresa. The back is imprinted with an Order of Battle listing the ships and commanding officers of the Spanish and American
Squadrons that took part in the battle.
Available as the classic white 100% cotton pre-shrunk Gildan t-shirt in adult sizes from Medium to 3XL.
Flag & Theme Shirts
These unique and colorful shirts are a great way for game judges, players and history buffs to show their interest in naval history.