Juan Ro·drí·guez [rod-ree-ges], /rɒdˈri gɛs/, Joao Rodrigues Cabrilho, 1499?–1543, Spanish explorer, born in Portugal: discovered California.
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He joined the local Cabrillo Beach Yacht Club there and by 1977 had reached the membership rank of commodore.
This relates to the voyage (1542-43) of Juan Rodriguez de Cabrillo.
Cabrillo was the first white man so far as we know who visited the Indians of the coast of California.The Old Franciscan Missions Of California | George Wharton James
No maps or charts of the region showing where lay good harbors or dangerous rocks, could be found in Cabrillo's cabin.
The exposure and hardships, following the wound he had received, were too much for even the hardy sailor Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo.
At the bow of the ship stood the master of the expedition, the tanned, keen-faced captain, Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo.