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Cruises visiting Ainsworth Bay & all Ainsworth Bay cruises for  2019

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Ainsworth Bay is a coastal inlet in the Tierra del Fuego region of Chile. The bay is on the south side of Almirantazgo Fjord, that cuts deep into the Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego. Answorth Bay is fed by the meltwater of the Marinelli Glacier, a tidewater glacier located in Alberto de Agostini National Park. The glacier spills out from the backbone of the Cordillera Darwin that runs E - W, part of the Andes range, and calves into Ainsworth Bay. The glacier is in a state of retreat, beginning around 1960. The Bay is one of the most pristine and secluded spots to visit in this part of Chilean Patagonia.

The bay is in the midst of the Darwin Range, and the enormous walls of the fjord soar more than 1000 m high. Visitors are able to land on the beach and hike through forest trails with attractions like a beaver dam, a breeding colony of sea-elephants, and a great variety of birds. The sea elephants are the largest seal and carnivore living today, as well as the largest marine mammal after the cetaceans. At 3200 kg (seven times that of a polar bear), the seal gets its name from its great size and the large proboscis of the adult males, which is used to make extraordinarily loud roaring noises, especially during the mating season.

Ainsworth Bay is accessible only by explorer vessels, and shore landings by Zodiacs can be made on Tucker Island at the mouth of the bay. It is a very small point of land that is the nesting ground for penguins and cormorants. It is an environmentally sensitive area with limited access to tourists.

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