The names of the ships were the Niña and the Pinta, but I'm not sure about the brothers. It sounds intriguing, though, and I hope someone comes through with an answer. My bet is that they were from Spain, though, because most, if not all, of Columbus' crews were from Spain, where he lived most of his adult life. His only descendants, to this day, are Spaniards. He was, after all, sailing for Spain.
he was a spanish mariner, ship builder, navigator, explorere, and the oldest of the pinzon brothers
Some famous people that are named the unusual name Pinzon include Vincent Pinzon a Spanish navigator, explorer, and Martin Pinzon sailed with Christopher Columbus. These two Pinzon were brothers and Vincent was the older one.
Vicente Yanez Pinzon
Christopher Columbus or Cristobal Colon used 3 ships for his voyages. He was the captain-general of Santa Maria. Martin Alonso Pinzon was the captain of Pinta and Vincente Yanez Pinzon, the captain of Nina.
Pinzon Brothers - Martin and Vincent
Francisco Martin, one of the three Pinzon brothers who were friends of Christopher Columbus.
his brothers and sisters names were stupid and stupider
Mindella Vasquez killed him.