Briefly...

  • Duration 6 days
  • Physical
    N/A
  • Cultural
    Medium
  • Code SKO001
  • Nature
    Very high
  • Nightlife
    N/A

Skorpios cruise will take you to the best places of northern Patagonia in 6 days. We will sail from Puerto Montt to Laguna San Rafael and we will visit the fjords, lakes and glaciers in the south of Chile.

Itinerary

Day 1: Saturday - Port Montt - Chiloé

What you will visit:

  • 1 Puerto Montt

A12:00: We’ll sail from the Skorpios Terminal in Port Montt to navigate around the archipelago of Llanquihue.

From the ship, we’ll get to admire the city of Calbuco, to then pass in front of the Ancud gulf, the archipelago of Chiloé and, at midnight, cross the Corcovado gulf.

Day 2: Sunday - Moraleda and Ferronave Channels - Puerto Aguirre

What you will visit:

  • 1 Puerto Aguirre

8:00 am:  We’ll sail around the Moraleda and Ferronave channels.

11:00 am:  We’ll disembark in the fishing village Port Aguirre, which we’ll be able to visit for an hour and a half. Then, we’ll return to Ferronave, to continue sailing around the Pilcomayo and Costa channels.

In the night, we’ll find ourselves sailing through Caleta Hualas or Punta Leopard, 20 miles away from the San Rafael glacier.

Day 3: Monday - San Rafael lagoon

What you will visit:

  • 1 Laguna San Rafael National Park

Early in the morning, we’ll enter the San Rafael lagoon to disembark on our boats and make an excursion around the multicolored ice floes, if the weather allows it.

17:00 hrs:  We’ll get close to the San Rafael glacier, to then return to the ship and sail toward the Quitralco fjord.

Day 4: Tuesday - Quitralco Fjord

What you will visit:

  • 1 Fiordo Quitralco

In the morning, we’ll dock in the Quitralco fjord. In it, we’ll get to enjoy its thermal pools, with waters between 30 and 32°C. If the weather allows it, we’ll board boats to go deeper into the fjord.

17:00 hrs:  We’ll sail toward Chiloé, navigating around the Moraleda and Pérez Norte channels.

Day 5: Wednesday - Los Chonos Archipelago

What you will visit:

  • 1 Castro
  • 2 Archipiélago Los Chonos

We’ll begin the day by navigating through the Leucayec channel, in the archipelago of Los Chonos, from where we’ll get to see the town of Melinka. Later, we’ll cross the Corcovado gulf, where —if the conditions allow it— we’ll get to see Blue or Alfaguara Whales.

We’ll continue our sailing bordering the shore of Chiloé, to get to Castro at 15 hrs. There, we’ll have free time until 22 hrs. Then, we’ll board to return to Port Montt, as we enjoy a farewell party.

Day 6: Thursday - Port Montt

What you will visit:

  • 1 Puerto Montt

First thing in the morning, we’ll be returning to Skorpios Terminal in Port Montt, where we’ll disembark after breakfast.

Recommendations

The departures are on Saturday (ask by cost of night additional prior to the sailing date). 

Date of operation navigation of October 2016 to April 2017.

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