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Scenic Cruising Beagle Channel

The Beagle Channel, a majestic waterway that carves a path between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, is a spectacle of nature's grandeur. Its shores are adorned with gleaming glaciers, while the backdrop is dominated by the snow-capped peaks of the southernmost Andes range. While most commercial vessels choose the open ocean route of the Drake Passage further south, the Beagle Channel offers a more scenic and tranquil journey. 

As you sail through this stunning passage, look out for a myriad of seabirds and ducks. You might even spot southern sea lions basking on the rocks, or pygmy right whales peeking out from below. The man-made Les Eclaireurs lighthouse stands out against this natural canvas, its red-and-white facade a beacon of civilization in this remote corner of the world.