Canales Fueguinos


3 dates
December 05 to December 12, 2021
December 15 to December 22, 2021
March 10 to March 17, 2022

Day 1: Ushuaia - Arrival passengers in the morning. Presentation, safety briefing on board and explanation of everything. We set sail
Day 2: Puerto Williams - Visit to Puerto Williams and then drive through the Beagle Channel
Day 3: Navigation through the Mc Kinlay pass and anchoring in Caleta Olla
Day 4: Exploring the fjord and the first glaciers
Day 5: Visit to the Garibaldi snowdrift
Day 6: Arrival at Darwin Island passing through Cook Bay that has an exit to the Pacific
Day 7: We go around Gordon Island and visit the glaciers in the area. Farewell dinner.
Day 8: Arrival in Ushuaia and departure of passengers

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Canales Fueguinos

Los Ventisqueros, the greatness of wild nature.

Due to the high demand and the spectacular nature of this stage, next season we will make 3 trips to the imposing and beautiful snowdrifts.

December 05 to December 12, 2021
December 15 to December 22, 2021
March 10 to March 17, 2022

A 7-day trip sailing from Ushuaia to Puerto Williams from where we will begin to explore the ramifications of the Beagle Channel and the glaciers that are hidden in fjords only accessible to the lucky eyes of sailors such as the Garibaldi glacier. The famous Fuegian canals or snowdrifts will truly take us to the end of the world while we explore fjords that per inhabitant only has the frozen giants that guard its coasts: The glaciers. Those frozen tongues of ice that will speak to us through their cracks and show us not only that they are alive, but that they want to continue being so despite being less and less.

Around these latitudes, Magellan and his crew found a passage to the Pacific Ocean a little more than 500 years ago, but the Patagonian people inhabited it for a long time. The evolution of human history owes much more to the “end of the world” than it may seem at first glance.
It will be a daytime navigation with safe anchorages every night where we will enjoy the Patagonian nights, the silence broken by the creaking of part of a glacier falling into the water or some killer whale blowing near us.
Hurry before the squares fly!

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