Goway Travel has launched a 5-day Round the Horn Patagonia Cruise, giving Globetrotters the chance to sail aboard the all new Ventus Australis.
The Ventus Australis is tailor-made for exploring the remote southern tip of South America. All aspects of the 210-passenger ship including size, length, draft, and engine power are designed to give Ventus Australis the extreme maneuverability necessary to navigate narrow fjords and channels where no other cruise ships can venture.
The Ventus Australis offers Globetrotters a relaxed stay, while taking in breathtaking sights from the upper decks. In between stops, they can wine and dine, mix and mingle, and enjoy fabulous entertainment. Passengers can even stay fit on their Patagonia cruise as the ship contains a gym.
The Round the Horn Patagonia Cruise from Ushuaia route is a 4-night cruise departing Ushuaia, the world’s southern-most city in Argentina. It stops at Cape Horn and Wulaia Bay, where Charles Darwin spent two years and where scientific exploration is on-going today. The ship also visits the Pia Glacier, the Garibaldi Glacier and Magdalena Island before arriving in Punta Arenas, Chile.
Ventus Australis, Latin for “Southern Wind,” reflects Tierra del Fuego’s distinctive weather and the new vessel will give Globetrotters a chance to experience the remoteness of Patagonia, stepping ashore at fabled Cape Horn.
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