Booking Ferries in Patagonia
A ferry is a merchant vessel adapted to carry passengers. Loaded cargo includes vehicles, camping motorcars, motorcycles, bicycles, heavy machinery, animals and loading trucks in general.
We have two ferries equipped to carry passengers. Our Ferry Edén has a passenger capacity of 118 with a total length of 136m. Our Ferry Evangelistas has the capacity for 220 trailers with a total length of 114.7m.
Travelling with Navimag is like booking a hostel that navigates across Patagonia, in which you may choose to share your cabin with other travellers or be by yourself if you wish for more privacy. All accommodations include bed linen and a towel.
We have the following types of cabins:
|Beds||2||4||4||2 or 4||4||4|
|Bathroom||Private||Private||Private, outside the cabin||Shared||Shared||Shared|
Our travel price it’s all inclusive, meaning, in addition to transportation, the rate includes accommodation and meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), with the exception of the products offered in the cafeteria. Please take into consideration that we do not sell or offer alcoholic beverages on board our vessels. Please inform if you have a food allergy or if you are a vegetarian when you book your trip with us.
Our cafeteria is a recreational area where you may share with other passengers and listen to talks by our guides.. In addition, you can buy soft drinks, tea, coffee, snacks and basic supplies.
We have the following payment methods on board:
- International Passengers: Cash and credit cards.
- National Passengers: Cash, credit and debit cards
Bilingual guides are available only during the Patagonia Fjords route in high season (November to March), who will attend and entertain you with different talks, karaoke and bingo.
Patagonia is a remote region so there’s no Internet connection available to our passengers. We recommend you take this opportunity to disconnect and talk with other people.
We have a closed.circuit system to which you may connect with our smartphone or tablet to watch movies.
In addition, you can order different board games to share with other travelers. If photography is your thing, you can take the opportunity to shoot birds and whales found in the area. We also recommend you take with you that book that you’ve been wanting to finish for some time now.
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