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Cruises from South America & all South America cruises for 2016-2017

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The Pacific coastline of South America introduces travellers to tropical Columbia, ancient Incan civilisations of Ecuador, Peru and Chile, and the glacial coast of Patagonia. Ushuaia near Cape Horn is the cruise port for Antarctica. Along the Atlantic coast view the iconic Sugarloaf Mountain and the famed beach of Copacabana in Rio de Janeiro, and the "Paris of the South", Buenos Aires. Cruise ships visit many ports along Brazil’s 7500 km coastline. Vessels up to 38 000 GT venture 1450 km inland on the mighty Amazon to the cosmopolitan city of Manaus (and on-shore land trips to the surrounding jungle). Cruise/explore the Galapagos Islands, reached by air from Ecuador. South America is an explorer’s treasure chest.

Large and mid-size ships of most cruise lines visit South America in the southern summer. Itineraries can be grouped as Pacific/Incan coast, “round the horn”, Brazilian Riviera, Amazon River, Galapagos Islands, and isolated Easter Island. Long cruises effectively circumnavigate the continent. For classy yet economical travel try Celebrity Infinity, Zaandam or one of the Princess ships. Premium/luxury mid-size vessels in the area are Azamara, Silversea, Seabourn, Regent Seven Seas and HAL’s Prinsendam.

Celebrity Xpedition offers exploration of the Galapagos Islands year round. Amazon cruises are offered December/January each year by at least nine ships, those up to 35,000 GT. These depart Florida or the Caribbean, or are part of grand voyages along the east coast of South America. Take your pick of the many large cruise ships that offer back-and-forth cruises ‘round the Horn’, one of the great cruise itineraries of the world. From November to March a number of MSC ships, Costa Pacifica and Rhapsody of the Seas sail the “Brazilian Riviera”. Plan ahead for January 2017 - Sea Princess runs a return trip from Brisbane that circles South America over 89 nights! This will be a very popular adventure. If you want ALL of South America, Prinsendam’s Grand Cruise (67 nights) sets off from Fort Lauderdale in January of 2016 and 2017. Offering pure luxury, Seven Seas Marina and Seabourn Quest spend the southern summer in South American waters.



Top 10 Daily Deals for South America Cruises

Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

27

FEB 16

14

NIGHTS

Dep: Buenos Aires


Ret: Santiago

$1,175

$84

4

DEC 16

17

NIGHTS

Up to $150 OBC

Dep: Los Angeles


Ret: Santiago

$1,719

$101

13

NOV 16

12

NIGHTS

Dep: Southampton


Ret: Southampton

$1,249

$104

7

MAR 17

14

NIGHTS

Dep: Southampton


Ret: Southampton

$1,489

$106

20

MAR 16

21

NIGHTS

Up to $150 OBC

Dep: Houston


Ret: Houston

$2,249

$107

14

MAR 16

17

NIGHTS

Up to $150 OBC

Dep: Santiago


Ret: Los Angeles

$1,851

$109

25

APR 17

20

NIGHTS

Dep: Santiago


Ret: San Francisco

$2,223

$111

30

MAR 16

11

NIGHTS

Up to $100 OBC

Dep: Houston


Ret: Houston

$1,229

$112

9

APR 16

20

NIGHTS

Dep: Santiago


Ret: San Francisco

$2,267

$113

9

DEC 16

15

NIGHTS

Dep: Fort Lauderdale


Ret: Santiago

$1,789

$119

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