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Patagonia & Chile

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At the southernmost tip of South America, with Chile along the Pacific seaboard and Argentina on the Atlantic shore, the sparsely populated region of Patagonia is renowned as the adventurer’s yacht charter of choice.
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The Andes Mountains create a dramatic backdrop for the coastal destinations and the vast landscapes are peppered with fjords, glaciers, forests, lakes and hot springs. With a range of activities from fishing, kayaking and surfing to mountain hiking and wildlife tourism, this intrepid frontier region is a yacht charter with a difference.

Argentina’s Atlantic coast has plenty of appeal. Puerto Madryn gives easy access to the whale and penguin-watching Mecca of the Valdes Peninsula – and it’s almost four degrees warmer than the west coast too. But from the vigorous port city of Valparaíso with its vineyards and beaches to the tough Patagonian town of Punta Arenas at the midway point of the historical Magellan Passage, the Chilean coastline is a truly special charter yacht experience. The Parque Nacional Torres del Paine is the region’s star attraction and the town of Puerto Montt makes a very capable (and usefully sheltered) point from which to explore. The weather can be fiercely unpredictable even in season, but with the right charter yacht, it’s the most versatile destination in the whole of South America.

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Recommended Itinerary
1. Torres Del Paine
2. Carlos III Island
3. Seno Chico
4. Canal Brecknock
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Torres Del Paine

Discover the Torres Del Paine national park. It is known to be one of the most spectacular sights in the world. Spot native Guanaco (native llamas) wandering amongst the granite towers. Kayak on the dazzling azure-blue lakes and explore the many glaciers.

Torres Del Paine
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