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Cruceros Australis Unveils New Ship, Stella AustralisDecember 7, 2010 By: Staff
To celebrate Cruceros Australis' 20th anniversary, the adventure cruise company has commissioned and unveiled a new ship, the Stella Australis, set to launch this December.
The Stella will have a capacity of 210 passengers in 100 cabins, each 177 square feet, featuring picture windows, independent climate controls, private bathrooms and a satellite phone. For those guests on the prowl for more commodious accommodations and larger beds, superior cabins are available.
Travelers will enjoy five decks:
The Patagonia Deck includes a galley and the Patagonia Dining Room, accommodating groups of four, six and eight people.
The Magallanes Deck, the second deck, includes a reception area and a giftshop where guests can purchase a variety of equipment for expeditions as well as large picture windows that are more than three feet wide and four feet tall.
The Tierra del Fuego Deck, the third deck, includes the Yamana Lounge with a bar and a game room. The cabins on this deck feature even larger picture windows that are nearly five feet wide and five feet tall.
The Cabo de Hornos Deck on the fourth deck includes the Sky Lounge with windows the largest windows of all, five feet wide and nearly six feet tall.
The Darwin Deck includes the Darwin Lounge, bar and fully-equipped gym with large glass panels overlooking the sea.
Travelers with Cruceros Australis take a trip to the end of the world to explore the southernmost regions of South America including Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego and Cape Horn.
Additional highlights include Ainsworth Bay and Glacier Alley, as well as a number of small group excursions including a trip to Magdalena Island to visit the Magellanic Penguins.
Expedition leaders prepare and present daily lectures in both English and Spanish to complement the educational component of the expeditions. The talks take place both on theship (with audio-visual support) and on land during excursions.