WHAT WILL WE SEE DURING THE CRUISE?
The legendary Strait of Magellan and the Beagle Channel.
Glaciers and fjords of the Cordillera Darwin.
Flora and fauna of great beauty: subantarctic forests, sea lions, southern dolphins, albatrosses and cormorants, among a great diversity of seabirds.
One of the largest Magellanic penguin colonies in the Southern Hemisphere.
The mythical Cape Horn.
WHAT DOES THE CRUISE RATE INCLUDE?
Daily shore excursions, as scheduled by the Company. Whiskey and hot chocolate during the excursions. Activities inside the ship. Breakfasts, lunches and meals. Bar open during authorized hours.
- Ainsworth Bay
- Tuckers Islets
- Cape Horn
- Wulaia Bay
- Pia Glacier
- Eagle Glacier
- Condor Glacier
- Porter Glacier
- Magdalena Island
DISEMBARKATION IN CABO DE HORNOS NATIONAL PARK
The disembarkation in the Cabo de Hornos National Park depends on the climatic conditions of the moment. For reference, our historical percentage of possible landings is 75%.
TALKS THAT ARE GIVEN ON THE CRUISE?
During the journey, we take care to provide relevant information that complements the travel experience. Some of the topics to be covered include:
Geography and navigation route.
Birds in Patagonia.
Strait of Magellan.
Aborigines of Patagonia.
The official languages on board are Spanish and English, however it is also possible to find guides who speak French, German, Italian or Portuguese.
FIRST AID SERVICE
We have staff prepared to provide first aid care to passengers on board, if it is required.