Built in 2010, the M.V. Stella Australis has 100 outside-facing cabins and was made specifically to cruise the spectacular Patagonian waterways. All cabins are the same size and feature a large window, an en suite bathroom, a satellite phone, and individual temperature controls. Cabins are available on three levels: Category A on the second level, Category AA
on the third level, and Category AAA on the fourth level. Facilities include an open deck, three lounges, a library, a game room, an exercise room, and a single seating dining room. National Geographic has reserved 17 cabins on all departures.
Categories A, AA, and AAA refer to cabin categories aboard the M.V. Stella Australis, as well as room categories at Tierra Patagonia. Standard, Superior, and Suite refer to rooms at Tierra Patagonia.
Prices are per person, double occupancy. For a
single room in 2015, add $3,350 in Category A, $3,950 in
Category AA, and $4,650 in Category AAA. For a single room in 2016, add $3,350 in Category A, $4,100 in Category
AA, and $4,700 in Category AAA. On the
December departure, there is an additional
holiday surcharge of $400 per person.
airfare to Buenos Aires and return from Santiago and
airfare within Argentina and Chile are not included in
the expedition cost. Group flights within Argentina and
Chile are $865-$890 (subject to change).