• MV Skorpios III,

    takes you to the glaciers in the Southern Ice Fields.

  • Channels and Mountains,

    light and shadows that will render you speechless.

  • Southern Dolphins ,

    in their natural state.

  • MV Skorpios II,

    takes you to the Northern Ice Field.

  • Sailing Between Icebergs,

    a surprising adventure.

  • Experience

    for you.

  • Unique Places,

    which we guarantee.

  • Trekking,

    between moraines and glaciers.

  • Exclusive Vessels,

    that will support your adventure.

  • Chiloe and It’s Islands,

    a absolute must.

  • The San Rafael Glacier,

    an ice colossus.

  • Coloured Ice Formations,

    that will impress you.

  • Fauna in Wild State,

    a Patagonian paradise.

  • A Privilege,

    as near as anyone can take you.

  • MV Skorpios III,

    unique fjords and glaciers.

  • MV Skorpios III,

    takes you on the Kaweskar Route.

  • Landings,

    in unique and unspoiled locations.

  • MV Skorpios II,

    covers the Chonos Route.

  • Service and Gastronomy,

    flavours for your senses.

CHONOS Route

Northern Ice Field

Sailing out of Puerto Montt for Glaciar San Rafael, crossing the Llanquihue, Chiloé and Aysén archipelagos. The Quitralco hot springs, Puerto Aguirre, Quemchi, Punta Pescadores, Islote Conejos and Dalcahue.

KAWESKAR Route

Southern Ice Field

Sailing out of Puerto Natales through the Magellanic fjords and channels; disembarking on the Amalia, El Brujo, Bernal, Alsina Glaciers and those in the area of Fiordo Calvo.

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