A plane might get you to the south of Chile faster, but our ferry ride offers you an experience like no other.
You’ll disconnect and slow down, taking in spectacular views of marine fauna and the world-renowned beauty of the Patagonian coastline. You'll meet like-minded travelers who value an authentic connection with the places they visit, just like you.
Come with us to be part of Patagonia and live the Navimag experience.
Live the Patagonia culture. Connect with nature. Get to know your fellow travelers.
Experience the south of Chile like never before on a 4 days voyage.
Enjoy your front-row seat to all that Patagonia has to offer: stunning fjords, breathtaking views, lush forests, glacier-topped volcanoes, and virgin coastline sculpted by water, wind, and time.
First sail October 17, 2020
For the 2020-2021 summer season we will be launching Esperanza, our newest ferry with capacity for 244 passengers.
Learn all about the new vessel that will sail through Patagonia. Its lounges, cabins and activity areas are waiting for you
In Navimag, our commitment is to connect the regions of Magallanes and Aysén with the rest of the country, providing a quality, safe, efficient and reliable service.
Check the departure times of our ferries from different ports.
We transport smaller vehicles, cargo trucks, and machinery, in addition to special requests.
The landscape was spectacular despite the misty rain during most of the trip. Remember that this is a cargo ferry,, so don't expect a luxury cruise. There is no wifi or internet, which is an advantage that gives a lot of time to read.
The landscapes that you see during the three days, are very difficult to describe but impossible to forget. The view of the chain of snowy volcanoes that accompany you do not let you get bored.
The attention on the ferry is excellent, the people are very friendly! The food is super good and the facilities are very clean.
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