Chilean Fjords and Torres del Paine
Spend two weeks enjoying Chile’s spectacular network of fjords and channels aboard the Ultramarine
From: USD 12,511
A 15-day expedition cruise
The Trip Highlights
Walk among Magellanic penguin colonies
Photograph incredible wildlife
Live the natural splendors of southern Patagonia
Observe sparkling glaciers and icebergs
Your Polartours 'Plus' Experience
Experience Helicopter flightseeing and Zodiac cruises
Experience the chill of a polar plunge
Your trip is 100% carbon offset
Learn from Polar experts
Follow in the footsteps of Charles Darwin to the "edge of the world" with this expedition cruise to the heart of Patagonia. Venture between the Chilean fjords and Torres del Paine to photograph the most remote and scenic landscapes on the planet! Learn about the local wildlife and see them living in their natural habitat. Observe the majestic blue tidewater glaciers and enjoy a view from the sky with the included helicopter flightseeing.
Your ship: Ultramarine
Welcome aboard the Ultramarine! One of the newest cruise ships in the Polar fleet, Ultramarine was designed to go beyond the familiar in polar exploration - to discover new places and immerse you in the best of the region. Equipped with two twin-engine helicopters, it offers robust adventure activities. It features the category’s most spacious suites, breathtaking public spaces, and more outdoor wildlife viewing spaces than other expedition ships of its size. It also features a best-in-class operational range and an innovative mix of sustainability features that exceed all industry standards. … Read more about Ultramarine
Food & Drinks
*Ultramarine” two dining options. “Balena” is the main restaurant located on Deck 5. “Bistro 487” gives guests an alternative dining option on Deck 7. Both offer a great choice of high-quality international dishes and healthy options. While mealtimes may change due to landings and wildlife encounters, you’ll always be served three meals a day.
In addition, an “early riser’s” breakfast will be offered in Bistro 487, as well as afternoon tea and late-night snacks. There’s also a permanent selection of light snacks available here at all times.
The dress code on the ship is casual, as befits a polar exploration vessel, though some may choose to dress up a little for the Captain’s Welcome Reception.
The well-stocked bar on the ship is open to enjoy with your fellow shipmates in the late morning, afternoon, and evening. Soft drinks, juices, and water are available at no cost, and beer and wine are offered with dinner. A selection of liquors, spirits, and premium beer, wine, and champagne is available and can be charged to your shipboard account.