Trips on the Serendipia sailboat to the fuegian channels.

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Travel on the Serendipia sailboat and know the most southern and unexplored corners of Patagonia.

TIERRA DEL FUEGO – CHILE

 

 

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To sail in the Serendipia Sailboat through the Fuegian Channels. Pristine landscapes where no one ever came. The wildest places in Chilean Patagonia and see up close the power of nature in all its splendor.

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The Serendepiar Sailboat offers personalized trips tailored to our travelers in Tierra del Fuego.
We are creators of experiences, realizers of dreams; We create trips and expeditions, customizing each of our trips to the interests and tastes of our travelers, be it an expedition, family trips or simply a different vacation. Each and every one of our trips is unique, tailored for you at the edge of the earth.

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2020 Serendipia Sailboat Travel Calendar

Where would you like to navigate?
Consult the available destinations and travel through the channels of Tierra del Fuego.

The trips are personalized so that each published date the destination of the Serendipia sailboat can vary at the request of the adventurers.

Day 1 a 8 

February 2020

Ventisqueros Cordillera Darwin y Caletas de Islas:

Navarino, Hoste, Gordon, Picton, Lennox, Nueva y Cabo de Hornos

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Day 15 a 24 

Febrero 2020

Race special event

Cabo de Hornos

RACE CAPE HORN CHALLENGE CHILE ´20

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Day 1 a 8 

March 2020

Ventisqueros Cordillera Darwin y Caletas de Islas:

Navarino, Hoste, Gordon, Picton, Lennox, Nueva y Cabo de Hornos

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Day 14 a 21 

March 2020

Ventisqueros Cordillera Darwin y Caletas de Islas:

Navarino, Hoste, Gordon, Picton, Lennox, Nueva y Cabo de Hornos

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Day 28 de March al 4 de April 2020 

Ventisqueros Cordillera Darwin y Caletas de Islas:

Navarino, Hoste, Gordon, Picton, Lennox, Nueva y Cabo de Hornos

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Day 11 a 18 

April 2020

Ventisqueros Cordillera Darwin y Caletas de Islas:

Navarino, Hoste, Gordon, Picton, Lennox, Nueva y Cabo de Hornos

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Day 25 de April al 2 de May 2020 

Ventisqueros Cordillera Darwin y Caletas de Islas:

Navarino, Hoste, Gordon, Picton, Lennox, Nueva y Cabo de Hornos

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Day 16 a 23 

May 2020

Ventisqueros Cordillera Darwin y Caletas de Islas:

Navarino, Hoste, Gordon, Picton, Lennox, Nueva y Cabo de Hornos

The trip and itinerary is personalized to suit our travelers. Make your inquiry!

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“Mauro Carrizo, Captain of the Sailboat Serendipia”

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We love to spread the magic that captivated us, share it with whoever is encouraged and dares to adventure.
We share the experience of rediscovering the peace and magnificence of being in front of ice giants and rough leafy landscapes in their purest state of Tierra del Fuego.
Recharging energy, purifying the lungs, disconnecting from the routine, a mental rest and soul strengthening is our expectation.
We take risks and deliver our destinies to life, those fortuitous events that arise along the way take us along beautiful trails. We love nature, our original habitat, where it all started … today we have the possibility of approaching and intermingling with it through the southernmost and most remote channels of this region in the extreme south of the American continent.
Enough is little, and with the intention of transmitting experiences we have places to do it together with whoever is encouraged.
The idea of ​​sailing in Serendipia Sailboat is to share experiences and add people to the adventure through the southernmost channels of the Beagle Channel.
We visit the snowdrifts of the Beagle Channel and the most beautiful coves of Navarino Island ever seen by travelers who choose us on these adventures.
Imagine yourself in a place where the sun is hot, you put on your sunglasses, you prepare to go out on deck and the breeze begins to pink your face, you sit outside and a cloud takes over the sky that was previously light blue, the colors The water changes, the shadows of the clouds move fast on the small trees on the coast that seem to take water from the canal. It begins to feel fresh, the affirmation crosses your head ¨and yes, we are close to Antarctica¨ and that is when you enter to bundle up to go out again and continue enjoying the different colors, the different sensations, the wind, the cold, Giant petrels and Albatross playing among the waves formed by the wind, fluttering little, letting you take the best photos and then sharing them with your people, the Sun is seen among some dark clouds and when you look up at the sky, you appreciate that the rain is close … inside with the camera to warm the soul with something hot.

While some get wet and enjoy the rain, the sun rises again, the wind feels less, the walls of rock eroded by millennial ice are getting closer and bigger.

It can be seen that there is not much more water to follow, the aroma of homemade food is felt, while in the Beagle Channel that was left behind the waves collide furiously with the stones, they let themselves be heard boiling, together we prepare the table, still in a unique calm, protected, the smell of vegetation and the colors of the southern sunset accompany us to a night of stories, anecdotes and experiences …
Four seasons in one day, spending the night protected moored to the trees behind the boat and on the other side the magnificence, a wall of ice in constant movement, giving off huge pieces of ice that later floated until melting in the salt water, and some that Another transparent piece of ice that shows that it is millennial will not melt with the rest … it will do so in a dim light, listening to chats, laughter in a glass of whiskey.

The fjords allow us to see their magnificent glaciers that fall on the Beagle Channel when we reach the end of their narrow channels, full of wild fauna and native flora, as if they were arms that keep nature protected by huge rock walls and vegetation.
Heading south we aim to circumnavigate the mythical and feared Cape Horn, the Everest of navigators, there is a before and after the feat, traditions, ear rings, being able to put your feet on the table, undo a button … unique, unforgettable, the rock of the southernmost archipelago in the world … to tell you more, you eat well when the sea and the wind allow it.
As the name Serendipia indicates, the fortuitous events that are part of our journey and in turn create new roads, new contacts, become part of the experience on board, where we are all part of the boat, all together with the same objective.
Wanting to learn, wanting to share are important pillars when taking our adventure to its maximum level, returning with a favorable wind, waves that push us and currents that drag us to our safe harbor.

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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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