The M/V Skorpios III, sets sail from Puerto Natales, located 247 km to the north of Punta Arenas, on a five day cruise through the channels and fjords that border the Southern Ice Field, in the Chilean Patagonia, which is considered to be the third largest reserve of fresh water on the planet and crib of the biggest and most spectacular glaciers in the southern hemisphere.
The Cruise Ship has been conceived under the “Super Class” concept; it has 49 cabins with a capacity of up to 125 passengers, possesses the most advanced telecommunications technology and satellite navigation, as well as a modern water treatment plant. Its elegant and spacious acclimatized cabins, vested in fine native woods, include Master Suites, Junior Suites, Double Bed Suites, Double A, Double B and Single Suites. All equipped with low beds, luxurious private bathrooms,
fridge-bar without cost, multifunctional communications system, two music, TV and Video channels, with stereo sound, magnetic keys, security box, all provide for the comfort that any guest would require.
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On board the M/V Skorpios III, personnel with ample experience in gastronomy, and faithful to the traditional hospitality of the Kochifas family, delight the passengers with the best gastronomy of the Patagonia, carefully selecting the most exclusive meat products, horticulture products hortifrutícolas, and sea foods such as spider crabs, oysters and mussels, all prepared according to the culinary tradition of the Skorpios. Besides this the passengers can enjoy the best meats of the area, such as magallian lamb, all accompanied with a vast variety of fine Chilean wines that have been exclusively selected for the route, as well as an Open Bar service, without additional cost.
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