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Puerto Montt Cruise

The breathtaking and wildly romantic region of the Chilean fjords offers a rich and fascinating palette of landscapes, utter solitude and wild waters of the Pacific Ocean. Spend a few days filled with unique experiences aboard the expedition cruise ship and enjoy the scenic natural sights on your way.f1fs17


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  • Fjords
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Activities in Puerto Montt Cruise

Included Activities at Skorpio II (Chonos Route) 5N

On the Skorpio Cruise explore the stunning natural beauty of the Chilean Fjords region. View the glaciers and many islands found in this region of Chile. Saturday: Leave from Puerto Montt at mid day sailing south through the Llanquihe Archipelago and the Gulf of Ancud. Sunday: A morning navigation through the Moraleda and Ferronave Channels arriving at the small fisherman’s village of Puerto Aguirre around 11:00. Disembark and explore the village learning about the local way of life. In the afternoon continue the navigation south through the Pilcomayo and Costa Channels. Monday: View the San Rafael Glacier. If weather permits take an excursion by small zodiac boat to get an up close view of the glacier. Tuesday: Disembark at Quitralco and spend the day relaxing in the beautiful hot-springs. In the late afternoon sail towards Chiloé Island. Wednesday: Sail along the eastern coast of Chiloé arriving at the city of Castro around 15:00. Disembark in Castro and explore the heritage of this unique city, such as the wooden churches which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the evening return to the ship for a farewell party. Thursday: Disembark from the cruise at Puerto Montt at 09:00 in the morning.

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Puerto Montt Cruise
Skorpios II (Chonos Route)

Style: Cruise

Sailing every Saturday from Puerto Montt to the San Rafael Glacier, Skorpios cruises offer guests a 6 days and 5 nights journey through spectacular channels and archipelagos.

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