Fred. Olsen’s Balmoral Sailing 78 Nights in South America



The ship begins the voyage from Southampton on January 5.

National parks and nature observation

In just one navigation, passengers can admire the rugged and icy coastline of Antarctica, admire the many thundering waterfalls of UNESCO-listed Iguazu National Park, and navigate the mountainous landscape. imposing Patagonian fjords in Chile, ”said Martin Lister, Destination Experience Manager. and route planning, Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines.

“This route also offers exceptional opportunities to view native wildlife, with Magellanic, Gentoo and Hopper penguins found in coves and beaches on the Falkland Islands and at Point Wild on Isle of Man. Elephant.

“Guests will also have the chance to visit the Galapagos Islands and experience the vast array of wildlife found there, on an extended tour from Ecuador.”

He added: “Balmoral’s small size allows us to call at fantastic ports, from Havana to Cuba and Hamilton to Bermuda …”

Highlights include learn to dance in Buenos Aires where the tango originated, spend time with a gaucho cowboy on ranches in Argentina and Uruguay or delve into the history of the Incas at Machu Picchu.


Departing and arriving in Southampton, Balmoral will stop at: Ponta Delgada, Azores, Portugal; Horta, Azores, Portugal; Hamilton, Bermuda; Havana, Cuba; Colon, Panama; Panama Canal; Guayaquil, Ecuador; Callao, Peru (night); Matarani, Peru; Arica, Chile; Valparaiso, Chile; Castro, Chile; Puerto Chacabuco, Chile; Navigation in the Chilean fjords; Punta Arenas, Chile; Sailing Magdalena & Cockburn Channel; Cape Horn sailing; Ushuaia, Argentina; Navigating the Drake Passage; Antarctic Peninsula (three days) navigation; Port Stanley, Falkland Islands; Montevideo, Uruguay; Buenos Aires, Argentina (night); Itajai, Brazil; Ilhabela, Brazil; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (night); Salvador, Brazil; Recife, Brazil; Mindelo, São Vicente, Cape Verde; Santa Cruz, Tenerife.

Prices start from £ 8,999 per person. Up to £ 400 per person to spend on board is available for passengers to use in the ship’s bars and lounges, specialty restaurants, spa or to use for shore excursions.



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