Skorpios has 2 routes: The Chonos Route from Puerto Montt to the Glaciar San Rafael, operated by M/V Skorpios II in the Northern Ice Field. Kaweskar Route, from Puerto Natales to the glaciers of the Southern Ice Fields, operated by M/V Skorpios III.

220 electric power, but there are shipboard transformers for 110 volts for domestic use.

Skorpios has its own shipyard inn the town of Puerto Montt which is a guarantee of our efficient maintenance operations for the timely departure of our cruises.

Skorpios offers incentive corporate cruises on its routes: Request information on fees and dates, and ask for a special brochure.

For the Chonos route is the Friday before departure, considering the current rate and for the Kaweskar route is also before departure, which we offer the option of a morning tour to Milodon Cave to see the cave paintings, at an extra cost.

Chonos Route:
Spring – Autumn (low season) between 8° and 18°C, Summer (high season) between 12° and 22° C.

Route Kaweskar:
Spring – Autumn (low season) between 6° and 12°C, Summer (high season) between 10° and 15°C.

Shipboard laundry service only covers small items of clothing.

Shipboard theme lectures.

Official languages: English and Spanish.

Meals are served at table in a single shift; buffet service for breakfast and farewell dinner.

The passage includes accident insurance; amount and coverage is printed on your ticket.

Cost-free shipboard medical aid

Cruceros Skorpios goes to the glaciers on special exploration boats, we do not use inflatable Zodiac boats.

We have a small store with typical travel supplies: postcards, batteries, T-shirts, hats, sweaters, parkas etc. You can also buy local handicrafts when visiting fishing villages.

Our ships have closed-circuit television that shows bilingual films and receives a TV signal in some parts of the cruise Furthermore in order to keep a record of passenger activities, everything is filmed with HD professional digital cameras. The cruise video is edited and offered to our passengers on DVD format.

Skorpios has a satellilte telephone which reaches every corner of the earth, according to the fee agreement established in each ship.

Skorpios gastronomy and cuisine is special, with a fixed menu of Patagonian dishes based on meat, fish and seafood. Nonetheless, if a passenger wishes to change the menu, this is done at no extra cost. The Captain’s farewell dinner offers a Patagonian buffet.

Open bar at no additional cost, offering national and imported wines and liquors.