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Cruises visiting Beagle Channel & all Beagle Channel cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Beagle Channel in the 2019-2021 seasons.

Future sailings will be shown here as they become available, and alternative ports in the region can be viewed at South America Cruises. Please contact one of our cruise specialists today on 1800 121 187 if you require further assistance.

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The Beagle Channel, named after Charles Darwin’s exploration ship, runs for 240km from Isla Nueva in the east, to the Darwin Sound in the west. At its widest point, the Channel measures 5km across. The strait separates Argentina’s Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego, to the north, from remote Chilean islands like Nueva, Picton and Navarino to the south of the channel. At the western end of the channel it splits into two branches that encircle Isla Gordon. When passing Isla Navarino, one appreciates that it is the home of Puerto Williams, the southernmost city in the world.

Old Spanish forts sit on either side of Rio Valdivia as it spills into the Pacific Ocean. The small orange boats of local fisherman, only slightly larger than canoes, mix with the larger commercial fishing vessels loaded with nets as well as the local ferry that ponderously crosses the river divide every hour. At one time lookouts would have been carefully watching from the strong walls for any sign of possible trouble. Now Niebla and Corral, the communities that have grown around the forts, use the old stone buildings as a draw for tourists during the summer.

Visitors are delighted to see the Romanche Glacier on the north shore of the channel. They are sure to take in the view of the Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse, also known as the ‘End of the World’ lighthouse, and the Isla Los Pajares. All keep a constant look out for sea lions, penguins and cormorants. Taking the time to walk through the forest or watch animals on the beach is a nice change. Also appreciate the standard activities of museum-going and city-walking. If time permits, visit the small towns as each is full of their own histories, stories and cultures.

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