Sailing along the edge of the world, never before has it been more convenient and comfortable to witness the glacier-dotted coast of Patagonia.

Part of what makes this cruise special is the intimacy of a smaller ship and its solitary route that takes passengers to places that few have a chance to see. Stretching across nearly 420,000km2 of the southernmost tip of the Americas, Patagonia is home to some of the most isolated settlements on Earth. Untouched and unexplored for centuries, cruising along Patagonia’s dramatic coastline is the most effective way to appreciate the sheer scale of this vast region.

cruise highlights

  • Outfitted with superb cabins, Stella Australis will take you to the remote town Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world and home to Tierra del Fuego National Park.
  • On your way through the Beagle Channel, keep an eye out for the resident wildlife that ranges from vast penguin colonies to sea lions and whales.
  • Surrounded by snow-capped mountains on all sides, Glacier Alley is one of the best places on Earth to experience glaciers close enough to hear the cracking ice.
  • You’ll be shuttled to shore via zodiacs (motorized inflatable boats) for two daily excursions that include visits to elephant seal rookeries, penguin colonies and glaciers.
  • Set foot where few have! Cape Horn is the windswept most southerly tip of South America and now you can explore this remote and inspiring place.

best time to visit

November - March

This is summertime in Patagonia, and usually the best months for a Patagonia cruise. With daytime temperatures often between 13-15°C, February and March in particular should have the lowest chance of rainfall.

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