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TIERRA DEL FUEGO CRUISE

 

 

 

 

 

 

Discover the southern edge of the world in this fascinating adventure. Enjoy the safety and comfort in this modern vessel. Here you will discover a different world, a paradise of forests, ice and sea, a place where you will be astonished by the rich variety of flora and fauna. You will have an unforgettable experience seeing the everlasting ice of the glaciers Agostini and Garibaldi, witnessing the forces of nature from the safety of its motorboats, whilst tasting a glass of whisky "on the rocks". 

 

  

You will see the amazing Patagonian territory where man has survived, struggling against the violence of the wild, and where the histories of the Yaganes, Onas, Fueguinos and Alacalufes Indians are enmeshed. In short, this trip is full of memories. 

M/V TERRA AUSTRALIS CRUISE ITINERARY (SATURDAYS)

(SEASON - SEPTEMBER TO MARCH) 

Day 1: 

Sail south through the Strait of Magellan and the Magdalena Channel. 

Day 2:

Combining across Agostini Bay to reach out the local glacier; motor boats and Zodiacs will take you within touching distance. At noon, sail for the Beagle Channel. 

Day 3: 

Pass the Western side of Beagle Channel, enjoying the beauty of the Glaciers Espana, Francia, Romanche, Alemania, Holanda and Italia, to reach Puerto Williams in the afternoon. 

Day 4: 

This morning arrive in Ushuaia, Argentina. Day at leisure to visit the city. Sail at midnight for Harberton. 

Day 5: 

Go ashore and have a tour of a typical Argentine farm in Tierra del Fuego, founded in 1886. Set sail at noon, cross the Beagle Channel and arrive at Garibaldi Bay. 

Day 6: 

Morning arrival in the North - West side of the Beagle Channel and its Glaciers. Once in Garibaldi Bay, approach the glaciers by boat. At midday, sail through Ballenero and Ocasion Channel. 

Day 7: 

Return through the Strait of Magellan to reach Magdalena Island, North of Punta Arenas (**). Disembark and mingle with the large penguin colony followed by a visit to the lighthouse. 

Day 8: 

After breakfast, disembark and transfer for onward travel. 

(**) Only November through March season. 

CHILEAN FJORD CRUISE

There is no comparable cruise of the South American Pacific coasts, and only a few anywhere else in the world. On this journey you will enjoy an extraordinary variety and beauty of scenery, in the comforts of your cruise boat. Appreciate the sights of the ocean, mountains, icebergs, canals, islands, rivers, valleys, fjords, small harbours, fishing villages, hamlets, craftsmen at work and folklore demonstrations, all at the same time. M/V Skorpios I and M/V Skorpios II, have spacious salon-dining rooms serving carefully selected and prepared seafood from the waters of the area, as well as regional dishes supplemented with fine Chilean wines. 

M/V SKORPIOS ITINERARY (SATURDAYS)

(SEASON - SEPTEMBER TO APRIL) 

 

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PATAGONIAN CHANNELS

4 Day / 3 Night Ferry Cruising

Puerto Montt - Puerto Natales

Channels, fjords and remote islands! This cruise on the Navimag ferry will be a highlight, with some incredibly beautiful scenery that will be encountered throughout the journey. Going around the picturesque island of Traiguen you will come out into the Pacific Ocean through the Bay of Anna Pink to cross the impressive Golfo de Pens (Gulf of Sorrows). While the ship is being manoeuvred through these cold waters, warmer activities take place inside take place inside, such as the welcome cocktail party, history classes, to better understand the surroundings along with indoor games and much more. The ship will then enter the fascinating Messier Channel, through the English Narrows and onto Puerto Eden, where the anchor is dropped. This village, located in the islands of Wellington is the last remaining of the old Alacalufe Indian villages. As you sail along you will be admiring the most awesome glaciers and millenarian ice formations, you have ever seen. The journey continues through the Kirke Pass, only 40 metres wide, arriving in Puerto Natales, your disembarkation point, a village of 170 000 inhabitants located 253 Kms North of Punta Arenas, Capital of the Magallanes region or to the Torres del Paine National Park.

Remember that basically this is a ferry service; it has mainly 4 berth cabins, some with and without private facilities. The food is almost cafeteria style, but the enormity of the fjords and gorges coupled with some of the most pristine, scenery will live with you long after the cruise experience!