Discover our new ferry! 

Since 2022

For your convenience and to improve the experience we offer while sailing the route to the Patagonian Fjords, Navimag has launched a new ferry, named "Esperanza".

This powerful and modern ship started sailing in the 2021-2022 season.

The vessel can carry more than 244 passengers on board. Amenities include a coffee shop, dining room, activities room, a first aid station, three decks, and a cabin for passengers with reduced mobility.


Rates 2022-2023 Ferry Esperanza*

 *Rates subject to changes/Rates per person and per section/Rates do not include boarding fee of USD 10 per person

 

Camas Cabinas Cabina Single Doble Triple Cuádruple Cuádruple
Bed Cabins Cabin name Single Double Triple Quadruple  Shared
1 1 Premium Suite 2650 USD 1300 USD - - -
4 26 AA 2160 USD 1100 USD 800 USD 650 USD -
4 6 A 1650 USD 840 USD 720 USD 590 USD -
6 2 A 1650 USD 840 USD 720 USD 590 USD 550 USD
8 2 A 1650 USD 840 USD 720 USD 590 USD 550 USD
2 1 Reduced mobility 1650 USD 840 USD - - -

See you in the 2022-2023 season!

 

Facilities

All the rooms that you can find in our new Ferry
CabinasCabin CamasBed VentanasWindow BañosToilet
Premium Suite 2 plazas Yes Private
AA 4 plazas Yes Private
A 4 plazas No Private
A 6 plazas No Private
A 8 plazas No Private
Reduced mobility 2 plazas Yes Private

Decks

Facilities Map

We are proud to present Esperanza, our new Ferry designed and built especially for Navimag. Its habitability is adapted for more than 244 passengers on board and will have a cafeteria, dining room, activity room, infirmary, 3 exterior decks and a cabin for passengers with different capacities. Come to know the Route of the Patagonian fjords with a comfort that will improve the experience of knowing unique landscapes, native flora and fauna, snow-capped volcanoes that only Patagonia can deliver.


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