Bucket List time: Cape Horn. For those familiar with Morrison's "European Discovery of America," this is the last word, by no means the grandest scene, but essential to the story. We were blessed with calm seas and clear weather, so we were able to circle the Horn (according to our captain, a rare opportunity) before turning north into the Beagle Channel. Although we didn't land, we got a clear view of the albatross-shaped Cape Horn Memorial, and join in remembering all who rounded the Horn before us.
The sunrise over Cape Horn was spectacular.
Visited: Feb 14, 2016
We had calm seas so were very lucky! Pay attention as the Captain as he only does a brief announcement and you can miss the whole event if your having breakfast. There should be a bigger tada made - blow the ship horn or something!
Visited: Dec 04, 2018
Such good weather,had the rare opportunity to actually land here.
Visited: Nov 05, 2019
This was terrific as were the Chile fjords and glaciers that we were able to see.
Visited: Feb 23, 2019
Very fortunate - like a "duck pond "
Visited: Dec 06, 2015
Poor Weather made visibility poor.
Visited: Feb 21, 2019
Captain made sure everyone saw the end of the southern world. Excellent
Visited: Feb 29, 2020
Nice to know that we sailed around south America
Visited: Jan 04, 2020
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