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Serendipia sailboat

Puerto Williams

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Camino Micalvi, Puerto Williams, Cabo de Hornos, Magallanes y la Antártica Chilena, Chile

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Tierra del Fuego

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The archipelago of Tierra del Fuego is located in the southern tip of South America between the Atlantic, Pacific and Antarctic oceans.
It extends to the south and east of the Strait of Magellan and is made up of a main island, the Big Island of Tierra del Fuego and an infinity of large and small islands that form a complicated network of channels.
It extends to the south and east of the Strait of Magellan between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Its perimeter is determined by the Anegada and Catalina points on the north coast of the Big Island of Tierra del Fuego, Cape San Juan at the eastern end of the Isla de los Estados, Cape Horn at the southern end of the group of Hermite Islands and Cape Desire at the western tip of Desolation Island.
Within its limits there are grouped an infinity of large and small islands that form a complicated network of channels, bays and breasts and that are mostly dominated by mountains of eternal snow.
Considering its length and the complicated courses of its canals, it has been divided into three main parts, the NW islands, {the Big Island and the S and SE islands.
The NW group of islands extends over an extension of 160 miles forming the southern margin of the Strait of Magellan. The Big Island is the largest of all; it is shaped like a large triangle whose height is 140 miles and a base of 240 miles. In the S and SE group the two largest measure together 100 miles from east to west by 40 miles from north to south.
Politically the territory of the archipelago is the domain of the Republic of Chile, with the exception of the eastern part of the Big Island of Tierra del Fuego and the island of the States that belong to the Republic of Argentina.
From the point of view of its orography and relief, it can be considered divided into two well-defined zones: the cordillerana or insular zone and the Pampas zone. The first includes all the islands located south of the Strait of Magellan, from Cape Deseado to Dawson Island, the southern islands to Cape Horn and Tierra del Fuego located south of the Great Depression consisting of the Almirantazgo sine, the Fagnano Lake and other lands that follow east to the ocean; The Pampas area includes Tierra del Fuego, which is north of the aforementioned limits.
For more than 6000 years these islands and canals were inhabited and traveled by indigenous peoples, who were known for several centuries with the only name of Fuegians. Only in the mid-19th century, when the hydrographic expedition was carried out under the command of Commander Parker King, 1826-1830, they began to be classified into four different branches: Kawésqar, Yámanas, Ona and Haush.

Gordon Island
Gordon Island resembles an isosceles triangle with its base 10 miles long on the western side and its major axis, E-W, 28 miles long. It divides the Beagle Channel into two steps called the Northwest Arm and the Southwest Arm.
The island is mountainous and ends to the east at the Divide point, which gives rise to the two arms already mentioned. Two deep inlets form on the north coast, the Tres Brazos and Romanche bays; on the south coast is the bay Fleuriais.
On the north side of Gordon Island runs the Northwest Arm, to the east the Beagle Channel, to the south the Southwest Arm and to the west the Barros Merino Channel that separates it from Thomson and Delta Islands.

Hoste Island
It is one of the largest in the Fuegian archipelago and the longest coastline or perimeter due to its special configuration formed by five main peninsulas: Cloué, Rous, Hardy, Pasteur and Dumas, between which the sea penetrates deeply, forming sines and bays of varied dimensions and directions.
It is very mountainous with peaks that exceed 1,000 meters in height and that are covered with ice and snow that form large snowdrifts especially on the Cloué peninsula.
On the north side run the Southwest Arm and the Beagle Channel, on the east the Murray Channel, Ponsonby Sound and Nassau Bay, on the south the Pacific Ocean and on the west Cook Bay.

Navarino Island
This large island is 46 miles long in the E-W direction, by 22 miles wide in the N-S direction. It is mountainous, with irregular relief; in its interior it is covered with forests and its coasts are low with pastures that allow the raising of wool cattle.
In it is Wulaia cove, in the ancient meeting place of the Yamana people. At the beginning of the 21st century, Williams port, on its north shore, is the capital of the province.
On its north side runs the Beagle Channel, on the east the Picton and Goree passes separate it from the Picton and Lennox Islands, on the south is Nassau Bay and on the west the Murray Channel separates it from Hoste Island.
New Island
New Island is an insular territory in southern Chile, in the southeastern sector of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago, in the southern tip of South America. It is located to the east of the Picton Island, and to the south of the Big Island of Tierra del Fuego on the sea of ​​the Austral Zone. It belongs administratively to the commune of Cabo de Hornos, Province of Chilean Antarctica, XII Region of Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica.
Picton Island
Picton Island is an island territory in southern Chile, in the southeastern sector of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago, in the southern tip of South America. It is located to the east of Navarino Island, to the west of Nueva Island, to the north of Lennox Island, and to the south of the Big Island of Tierra del Fuego on the sea of ​​the Austral Zone. It belongs administratively to the commune of Cabo de Hornos, Province of Chilean Antarctica, XII Region of Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica.
Lennox Island
Lennox Island is an insular territory in the south of Chile, in the southeastern sector of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago, in the southern tip of South America. It is located on the sea of ​​the Austral Zone to the south of the Picton island, and to the east of the Navarino island from which the Goree pass separates it. To the northeast is New Island, separated by Oglander Bay. It belongs administratively to the commune of Cabo de Hornos, Province of Chilean Antarctica, XII Region of Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica.
Cape Horn
Cabo de Hornos is the southernmost cape of the island of Hornos and the archipelago of Tierra del Fuego, in the southern zone of Chile, traditionally considered as the southernmost point of America – although, in fact, this corresponds to the Águila islet in the Diego Ramírez Islands archipelago also belonging to Chile. It is the southernmost of the three great ends of the planet’s southern hemisphere and marks the northern limit of the Drake Passage, which separates America from Antarctica, 1 and unites the Pacific Ocean with the Atlantic Ocean.

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