Embark on the Stella Australis, launched in 2010 for Patagonia cruising. Part of the Australis fleet, sister ship to Mare Australis and Via Australis, all specially designed for Patagonia cruising.
The Stella Australis, constructed in 2010, has five decks, a capacity for 210 passengers and 100 cabins, each which feature picture windows and private facilities.
Amenities on board the Stella Australis
The Stella Australis has three lounges for meetings equipped with modern audiovisual equipment, a dining room, an exercise room, and a spacious open deck area allowing the observation of the marvelous southern scenery at all times.
• Daily excursions via Zodiac boats, accompanied by expert guides in small groups.
• All-inclusive meals and bar with selected beverages, liquors, and wines (during open hours).
• Audiovisual presentations on the region’s flora, fauna, geography, glaciology, ethnography, and history.
• Official languages on board are Spanish and English. However, you may find guides speaking French, German and Italian.
• Satellite phone access.
The cruise is “all-inclusive”: breakfast, lunch, dinner, and Open Bar for wine, beer, liquor and other beverages. The menu combines international cuisine and local recipes, which allows the discovery of the delicious and varied regional gastronomy, accompanied by Chilean and Argentine wines.
Stella Australis Accommodations
The Stella Australis carries 210 passengers in 100 spacious cabins. Each cabin has picture windows, independent climate control, a private bathroom, and satellite phone. Cabin sizes vary from 16.5 m2 to 20.5 m2.
Stella Australis was built in Chile in 2010 under the updated SOLAS 2001 and MARPOL 73/78 standards for worldwide ocean navigation certified by the ABS (American Bureau of Shipping), and is classified as a "Passenger Vessel".
Cabins: 100 (96 cabins of 16.5 m2, and 4 superior cabins of 20.5 m2)
Decks: 5 Decks
Lounges: 3 lounges, an exercise room; a large open terrace and a dining room
Naut Length: 89.0 m
Breadth: 14.6 m