Argentina, Uruguay, Chile and Brazil, including overnight stays in Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires are included; the ship will traverse Cape Horn, the mountains and glaciers of the Chilean Fjords and transit the Panama Canal.
A call at Robinson Crusoe Island and a visit to a Chilean vineyard are among the highlights.
Martin Lister, head of destination experience and itinerary planning, Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines said the cruise will enable ‘opportunities to uncover the history of ancient civilisations of the Incas at Machu Picchu in Peru and the Maya at Chichen Itza in Mexico; learn the steps to the Samba and the Argentine Tango in the place of their origin and witness the world-famous Christ the Redeemer statue and Sugarloaf Mountain in Rio de Janeiro.’
He went onto add that excursions will also comprise ‘the chance to join a gaucho on an Argentinian cattle ranch to learn the important of his trade, spend time with the Uro community at Peru’s Lake Titicaca and take in the collection of tumbling waterfalls on a visit to Iguazu National Park on the Brazilian border.’
Bolette will call at Lisbon, Portugal, Funchal, Madeira, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife, Mindelo, Cape Verde, Salvador, Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (overnight stay), Ilhabela, Brazil, Montevideo, Uruguay, Buenos Aires, Argentina (overnight stay,) Puerto Madryn, Argentina, Ushuaia, Argentina, Cruising by Cape Horn, Chile, Punta Arenas, Chile, Chilean Fjords, South America, Puerto Chacabuco, Chile, Robinson Crusoe Island, Chile, Valparaiso, Chile, Arica, Chile, Paracas, Peru, Callao, Peru (overnight stay), Panama Canal Transit, Central America, Puerto Limon, Costa Rica, Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, Belize City, Belize, Costa Maya, Mexico, Cozumel, Mexico, Nassau, Bahamas, King’s Wharf, Bermuda, Ponta Delgada, Portugal, La Coruña, Spain and Southampton, UK.
Prices start from £8,299 per person, passengers will receive up to £400 each to spend on board.