Go back to the enewsletter Four hundred years ago

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterFour hundred years ago on 29 January 1616, intrepid Dutch explorers discovered and named Cape Horn, now arguably the most famous sea marker on the planet.To mark the 400th anniversary, the only cruise line to regularly visit the legendary point at the bottom of South America – Australis – has provided guests aboard its two ships anniversary pins and coasters, hosted special on board lectures on the history of Cape Horn and helped restore walkways on the island for cruise ship visitors.To celebrate the historic milestone, Australis is also offering a last-minute two-for-one offer on its three-night, round-trip End of the World cruise from Ushuaia on 4 March 2016, which includes Cape Horn, mighty Pia Glacier and Glacier Alley. Under the offer, the cruise aboard Via Australis is now available from US$2440, covering two people in a twin-share cabin and including an open bar and daily zodiac expeditions. Solo travellers can also take advantage of the two-for-one offer, with no single supplement. The special offer is available for bookings made until 29 February.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img

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