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You may round Cape Horn by a 7 day sail boat excursion at $195/day/person.

As an added attraction for our Patagonian tours, you may make a free
1 1/2 hour rounding every Sunday by Twin Otter aircraft from Puerto
Williams as part of our special tour promotion to the
Glaciers and Fjords of Tierra Del Fuego via the Beagle Channel aboard the "Victory".

The same Twin Otter will then take you back to Punta Arenas
arriving there in the late afternoon.

de Havilland DHC-6 300 "Twin Otter"

The Series 300 Twin Otter is a versatile passenger/cargo aircraft.
This multi-purpose twin-engine, high-wing aircraft easily
converts from an all-cargo configuration to seating for
19 passengers.
It is capable of safe operation on floats, skiis,
wheel-skiis, wheels, and tundra tires from short
unprepared strips and lakes to provide large capacity airplane
service to highly remote locations.

Engines are Twin Pratt and Whitney PT6A-27
turbines rated at 620 shaft-horsepower each

Maximum Seating 19 passengers, 2 pilots

Maximum Cargo Payload 3500 pounds

Baggage Area 126 cubic feet

Cabin Area 384 cubic feet

Cargo Door Size 56" x 50"

Maximum Range 4.5 hours, 750 miles

Cruise Speed 165 m.p.h.

deHavilland Otters, are equipped for instrument flight operations
and meet the standards for commercial passenger service
under FAA part 135 air carrier regulations.

Designed to perform and built tough enough to handle the Canadian
North, the DHC-6 combines short take-off and landing (STOL)
performance, turbine engine reliability, and the utility of passenger,
cargo, or combi configurations.

Whether transporting bags of cement for a new rural health post, or
carrying in the nurses and doctors volunteering to staff it, the Twin
Otter is at home. If the job really needs to get done, the Twin Otter is
choice #1.

We serve a demanding and upscale international clientele and the aircraft reflect the level of quality that customers demand.

This same Twin Otter is used for our Antarctic Flights.