There are quite a few options for reaching our ports.
Sailing and arrival from Puerto Montt, the capital of the Region de los Lagos, 1000 km south of Santiago, and considered the gateway to Patagonia.
It can be reached by air, landing at Tepual airport, where two airlines operate with over 15 flights per day. Puerto Montt can also be reached by land – either by car, in which case Skorpios provides cost-free parking in its port facility, or by bus; this service departs from Santiago and arrives at the Puerto Montt bus terminal.
Another good option is to cross Andean border passes from Bariloche in Argentina, through the Cardenal Zamore pass or the Cruce Los Lagos.
We sail and arrive in Puerto Natales, the capital of the province of Última Esperanza.
This town must be reached by air, on commercial flights between Santiago and Punta Arenas, 2,500 km away, with an average flight time of 4 hours. Another option that will be available after 2015 is the Puerto Natales airport. Or you can also cross from Calafate in Argentina or El Turbio, which are two frontier passes with Chile.