Built in 2005 as a sister ship to the M/V Mare Australis, the M/V Via Australis has 64 cabins with private facilities and panoramic windows for Patagonia cruising, and offers travelers a comfortable experience with 4 decks, 2 lounges, and a restaurant that serves exquisite regional and international cuisine. This expedition cruise ship also boasts a game room, small library, gift shop, a doctor on board - and, of course, magnificent panoramic views from the lounges, decks, and dining room.
7 cabins located on the first deck, each with two twin beds, large window, and private facilities.
29 cabins located on the second deck, with one double or two twin beds. All have a large window and private facilities.
18 cabins on the third deck, with one double or two twin beds. All have a large window and private facilities.
10 cabins on deck 4 with two twin beds or one double bed. All have a large window and private facilities.
Single rates apply for all cabins. Solo travelers are assigned A or AA cabins.