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Australis

An unforgettable experience

Cape Horn

The incomparable experience of sailing towards Cape Horn, on board of a comfortable expedition cruiser.

Stella Australis is Cruceros Australis’ new vessel and will be operating for the upcoming 2010-2011 season. The new ship will have a capacity of 210 passengers distributed in 100 cabins of 15 m2 (161 sq. ft.) each.

Vía Australis is the other expedition cruises accommodating 136 passengers, built in 2005.

Programs of three nights depart from Ushuaia to Punta Arenas every Wednesday and Saturdays.
Programs of four nights depart from Punta Arenas to Ushuaia every Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Australis sale from September through middle of April.

Cabins are soberly decorated. All of them have exterior windows, low beds, private bathroom and safe.

A large dinning-room offers delicious international and regional cuisine and selected wines.

There are daily land excursions during the day on zodiac boats, led by the expedition group.
There you hike along forest trails, visit glaciers and the Cape Horn National Park. On-board lectures about flora, fauna, glaciers and local geography will help you discover some of the secrets of this marvelous region.

There are two lounges for on-board entertainment, wide hallways, a gaming room, a bar and spacious decks where you can admire the wonderful southern scenery. Stella Australis has also a gym on board.


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