Voyager, Cape Horn Expedition ex San Antonio to Buenos Aires

South America

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16 Night Cruise sailing from San Antonio to Buenos Aires aboard Seven Seas Voyager.

16 Night Cruise sailing from San Antonio to Buenos Aires aboard Seven Seas Voyager.

A trailblazer in the exclusive world of all-suite, all-balcony ships, Seven Seas Voyager® exceeds even the loftiest expectations for luxury. Considering her size, the amenities are surprisingly plentiful and include four main dining venues where you can dine wherever, whenever and with whomever you choose. With 447 international crew members attending to a mere 350 suites, personal service is exceedingly indulgent throughout.

Highlights of this cruise:

Puerto Montt
The first German colonists arrived to this area in 1852, and have remained to the present day, a small but influential percentage of the 130,000 inhabitants. The town spreads along a narrow seaboard and climbs the slopes enclosing it to the north. Since 1985, the city has experienced considerable growth and development, fueled by more than 30 salmon farms, in addition to forestry, fishing industries and service companies. A gateway to Chile’s picturesque lakes and spectacular indigo mountains.

Punta Arenas
Punta Arenas or ‘Sandy Point,’ is the most prominent settlement on the Strait of Magellan and the capital of Chile’s Magallanes y la Antártica Chilena Region. Founded in 1848, Punta Arenas was originally a remote military garrison and penal colony. Today, it is the charming gateway for a number of exhilarating experiences viewing the awesome majesty of Torres del Paine with its soaring peaks and rugged beauty .

Ushuaia
Here at the bottom of the world, mountains and sea come together like in no other place in America. Considered to be the world’s southernmost city (though that is up for a heated debate), Ushuaia is the capital of the Argentine province of Tierra del Fuego. The town itself has an interesting museum and a variety of shops selling everything from souvenirs to duty-free luxury items.

Port Stanley
Located about 480 miles northeast of Cape Horn, the Falklands Islands are the most easily accessible sub-Antarctic islands. The English navigator, John Davis, aboard the Desire made the first confirmed sighting of the Islands in 1592. The Falklands have been a disputed area between Great Britain and Argentina. Argentina invaded and occupied the islands in April 1982, spurring a British counter-invasion that June. With all the charm of a rural English village, Stanley is characterized by its bright rooftops, red telephone boxes, shops, and local pubs. Nearby is the Grave Cove penguin colony.

Buenos Aires
Rivaling Madrid or Paris for sophistication and culture, the tree-lined boulevards of fashionable Buenos Aires are home to superb restaurants, art galleries, museums, the magnificent Teatro de Colon and the brightly colored houses of La Boca barrio. As the sun sets, Recoleta awakens and the passionate melodies of the tango rise from the milangas along San Telmo’s cobbled streets. Few cities in South America share the ambiance, lifestyle and amenities that make Buenos Aires so endearing.

Pricing (per person)

  • All (11)
Quad Triple Twin Single

G - Suite

Request Request AU$ 17,440 Request

F - Suite

Request Request AU$ 17,980 Request

E - Suite

Request Request AU$ 18,790 Request

D - Suite

Request Request AU$ 19,190 Request

C - Suite

Request Request AU$ 20,270 Request

B - Suite

Request Request AU$ 20,880 Request

A - Suite

Request Request AU$ 21,490 Request

SS - Suite

Request Request AU$ 27,170 Request

VS - Suite

Request Request AU$ 32,570 Request

GS - Suite

Request Request AU$ 37,980 Request

MS - Suite

Request Request AU$ 44,730 Request

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