Explanation:2 small caravels the Nina and the Pinta. Then one large third ship the Santa Maria.
Santa María was the largest of the three ships that Christopher Columbus used on his first trip to the New World in 1492, which turned out to be America.
This ship, of which Columbus was the Admiral, was different from the other two ships of the expedition: the caravels Niña and Pinta.
It is worth noting that on the first trip, the Santa María did not return to Spain when it embarranded on the island of Hispaniola (present-day Haiti and the Dominican Republic) in December 1492, since its remains were used to build the first Spanish settlement In America, which was named "Fuerte Navidad".