6-Days / 5-Nights - Saturday-Thursday
(optional) is the additional night, embark from 6pm,
includes accommodation in the same cabin confirmed for
your cruise stay, welcome cocktail, full set menu dinner
including wines, beverages and liquors; and american
- Saturday: 12:00 hrs. We sail from the Skorpios
Terminal in Puerto Montt through the Llanquihue
archipelago. Sighting of the city of Calbuco, Gulf of
Ancud, Chiloé Archipelago, crossing the Corcovdado Gulf
Day 2 - Sunday:
08:00 hrs. We sail the Moraleda and Ferrnoave
Channels. Landing at Puerto Aguirre at 11:00 hrs. One
and a half hours in this fishing village. 12:30
hrs. We sail through the Ferronave, Pilcomayo and
Costa Channels. Setting anchor at approximately 21:30
hrs. in Caleta Hualas or Punta Leopardos, 20 miles
from the San Rafael Glacier.
Day 3 - Monday:
07:30 hrs. We sail through the San Rafael inlet and
Témpanos Channel. 09:00 hrs. We enter the Lagoon and
let anchor 2 km
from the Glacier. Weather permitting,
motorboat excursion among multicoloured ice floes.
15:30 hrs. The ship sail to the Glacier at 15:39 hrs.
and leaves for Quitralco Fjord at 17:00 hrs.
Day 4 - Tuesday:
08:00: Quitralco pier. After breakfast, the passengers
can bathe in the hot springs in covered or open air
pools with temperatures ranging from 36º, 32º and 30º.
Weather permitting, we provide motorboat excursions to
the inner Fjord. 18:00 hrs.: sailing for Chiloé,
sailing the Moraleda and Pérez Norte channels.
Day 5 - Wednesday:
8:00 hrs. Leucayec Channel, partial view of Melinka in
the Chonos archipelago; this island was a pirate
hideout in the past. Crossing the Corcovado Gulf to go
on sailing along the eastern coast of Chiloé, Yal
Channel, Castro estuary, reaching this beautiful city
as 15:00 hrs. Visit to Castro, 22:00 hrs. sailing for
Puerto Montt. Lemuy, Dalclahue, Quicavi, Channels.
Farewell party. Captain's dinner.
Day 6 - Thursday:
08:00 hrs. Breakfast, while the ship is moored at the
Skorpios Terminal pier. 09:00 disembarkation and
transfer of passengers.
NOTE: ITINERARY SUBJECT TO CHANGES ACCORDING TO NAVIGATION AND CLIMATE