Sailing around the Americas displays
both natural and manmade wonders for
you to enjoy from the deck of your ship.
The iconic Panama Canal – considered
by many as the ‘Eighth Wonder of
the World’ – offers one of the great
cruising experiences. Equally, the rugged
mountains and glaciers of Chile’s fjords
make for excellent sailing. Meanwhile, at
the southernmost tip of South America,
Cape Horn marks the point where the
Atlantic and Pacific Oceans meet.
See pages 36, 38 & 39
IN SOUTH AMERICA
Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires and Montevideo are
home to countless landmarks and provide a window
into the history and culture of South America. In
Buenos Aires you can explore the life of Eva Perón
and meet the curator of the Evita Museum, while
Montevideo is the starting point for a day in the life
of a traditional Uruguayan estancia (cattle ranch).
See pages 36 & 38
Visiting Havana is an ideal opportunity to
delve into typical Cuban culture, whether
you’re sipping on a rum cocktail, learning
the rhythms of rumba, or enjoying an
evening cabaret performance. And
visiting on a smaller ship offers further
reward as you can dock closer, bringing
the highlights within reach.
See pages 36, 39, 42, 43, 45 & 47
All fly-cruise prices quoted in this section include flight(s) and
transfer(s); call for cruise-only prices. Durations are based on
cruise-only and may change depending on flight timings, which
were not confirmed at the time of going to print.
Casa Rosada, Buenos Aires