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Stella Australis

Following the journeys of Darwin in a Patagonian paradise

Operating at the end of the Earth, the 210-passenger Stella Australis cruises through the fjords and bays of Patagonia around Tierra del Fuego, Cape Horn and Wulaia Bay. This is the area of South America that Charles Darwin explored in the 1830s, a route that  Australis follows with two itineraries, though the experience for today’s travellers is greatly enhanced by spacious cabins and fine cuisine to match the outstanding scenery.


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