South America.

Around this vibrant continent, you’ll find desert, jungle, mountains and glaciers, and some truly legendary cities. 

This continent of sprawling cities and colonial towns is balanced by huge swathes of wilderness. Culture, traditions, cuisines and dialects vary greatly making a cruise an ideal way to compare them.

Where we sail.

Amalia Glacier, Chile (Cruise-by)

Sailing the Amalia Glacier is your unique journey into Chile’s pristine wilderness of sparkling waters, snow-capped peaks, majestic forests, and spectacular blue-tinged glaciers. Peaceful and serene.

Arica, Chile

As well as being blessed with amazing archaeological treasures, including the oldest mummies in the world, Arica attracts international acclaim for its fine wines and truly world-class surfing waves.

Beagle Channel, Chile (Cruise-by)

Along this 150-mile stretch of water which separates the Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego from several smaller islands, admire tooth-like peaks whose snowy heads rise over thickly forested slopes.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Argentina’s capital has a unique and absorbing grandeur. Experience this in abundance at the Colon Theater, a stunning opera house, and at Recoleta Cemetery, final resting place of Eva “Evita” Peron.

Callao, Peru

To the conquistadors, this was the “City of Kings” and its colonial majesty still dominates the heart of Peru’s capital. Dramatic cliffs, golden beaches and varied cuisine are among its other riches.

Cape Horn, Chile (Cruise-by)

Make the fabled rounding of the very tip of South America as you pass Cape Horn. It’s located on the desolate Isla Hornos at the southern end of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago in Chile.