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Ushuaia Bay

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Ushuaia Bay

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Thomas V wrote a review Aug 2020
Oakland, California9,714 contributions1,594 helpful votes
We came and went through this bay on our cruise ship as we traveled to Antarctica. The landscape is lovely and we hung out on deck to see it all.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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AlpinerHut wrote a review Apr 2020
Chantilly, Virginia964 contributions202 helpful votes
This wide bay just north of Beagle Channel is the water gateway to Ushuaia, the world's southernmost city, which sits on the southern coast of Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego. The rugged Martial Mountains and Glacier Martial are just a few kilometers north (see my review, "The easy way or the hard way?"). Busy Beagle Channel is south (see my review, "Atlantic-Pacific link"). The bay itself is picturesque, with small boats anchored in it and large cruise ships docked at the pier (along with smaller expedition boats headed for Antarctica). TIPS: * For nice pictures of the bay, go to Ushuaia Aeroclub, south across the bay from the cruise ship pier, or go to the Ushuaia Sign at the western side of Bahia Encerrada in downtown Ushuaia (see my review, "Words with friends").
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Duquesadiner wrote a review Apr 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom1,326 contributions317 helpful votes
We sailed into the bay and the views were exceptional. The water is very clear and looking to land you have a terrific view towards the Andes. You can book a number of boar charters, some more expensive than others so watch out. Use the Tourist Information Centre as guide. We liked the pretty town and walking along the front for a couple of hours.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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RandyRoss wrote a review Apr 2020
Ridgetown, Canada7,026 contributions592 helpful votes
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We arrived and left via a cruise ship but truly enjoyed our wildlife tour of the bay on a catamaran. We cruised past the Isla de los Pajaros (Bird Island) and Isla de los Lobos (Sea Lion Island). We mostly saw cormorants and sea lions but also saw some other birds. We went as far as Faro del Fin del Mundo Les Eclaireures -- the Lighthouse at the End of the World.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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midwaytoheaven wrote a review Mar 2020
Midway, Utah2,990 contributions257 helpful votes
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This is a beautiful bay to cruise thru with gorgeous snow capped mountains as a backdrop. There are many small lighthouses on several small islands in the bay. Ushuaia is the gateway town for going to Antarctica cruises and expeditions. You'll probably see several high end SIX STAR cruise ships (very expensive) in port. BOTTOM LINE: Cruise ships coming from Punta Arenas Chile through the Beagle Channel need to make a big loop to get into the bay. MY RATING: 8/10
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Date of experience: February 2020
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