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Patagonian Cruises

The world’s southernmost territory invites explorers to take an unforgettable voyage through the Patagonian fjords and channels.

Come aboard in Puerto Montt and see the millennial ice-floes of the San Rafael Lagoon, cross the Straits of Magellan from Punta Arenas to discover the mythical Tierra del Fuego, and explore the Beagle Channel before reaching Puerto Williams. You can choose to return via the magnificent Northern and Southern Ice Fields or cruise on to Antarctica.

Enjoy sailing on comfortable small vessels and luxury cruise ships into the territories of sea lions, penguins, dolphins, killer whales and other cetaceans. Your holiday becomes a real adventure as you step ashore in unique and unspoiled places with imposing icebergs as the backdrop.

Choose from a range of exciting excursions and activities, see the many glaciers, archipelagos, channels and fjords in the best possible surroundings, and enjoy superb food and onboard service.



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