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Single-Hull Vessel Alacalufe

This is a fast vessel, with modern lines and an excellent view and a wide deck for passengers. It has two bathrooms. It’s called after experienced sailors living in the Chilean fjords.
It’s used for the Minitrekking or Big Ice tours.

Hull Material: Aluminum
Registration Number: (02342)
Distinctive Mark: LW-3047
Place of Operations: Bajo de las Sombras Port – Lago Argentino
Engines: Volvo Penta 320 HP each
Length: 18.75 m | Beam: 3.90 m
Moulded depth: 1.70 m | GT: 25 tons | NT: 14 tons
Built by Shipyard Tecnao (2004)
Passenger Capacity: 67 including the crew (65 passengers and 2 crew members)

Single-Hull Vessel Perito Moreno

Classic line vessel, ideal for navigating among icebergs.
It has a beautiful stern deck. No bathrooms. It’s called after Francisco Pascasio Moreno, the father of Argentine National Parks.
It’s generally used for the Minitrekking tour.

Hull Material: Steel
Registration Number: (0869)
Distinctive Mark: LW-3239
Place of Operations: Bajo de las Sombras Port – Lago Argentino
Engines: Mercedes Benz 140 HP each
Length: 20.57 m | Beam: 4.46 m
Moulded depth: 1.85 m | GT: 34 tons | NT: 18 tons | Voltage: 220V
Built by Shipyard Cadenasi (1972)
Passenger Capacity: 64 including the crew (62 passengers and 2 crew members)

Single-Hull Vessel Perito Moreno

Classic line vessel, ideal for navigating among icebergs.
It has a beautiful stern deck. No bathrooms. It’s called after Francisco Pascasio Moreno, the father of Argentine National Parks.
It’s generally used for the Minitrekking tour.

Hull Material: Steel
Registration Number: (0869)
Distinctive Mark: LW-3239
Place of Operations: Bajo de las Sombras Port – Lago Argentino
Engines: Mercedes Benz 140 HP each
Length: 20.57 m | Beam: 4.46 m
Moulded depth: 1.85 m | GT: 34 tons | NT: 18 tons | Voltage: 220V
Built by Shipyard Cadenasi (1972)
Passenger Capacity: 64 including the crew (62 passengers and 2 crew members)

Catamaran Andiperla

Our brand new passenger ferry set sail from the city of Tigre and navigated across Mar Argentino. Afterwards, it was loaded into a trailer and taken to the Perito Moreno Glacier by land. Its upper and side decks are very spacious. It has bathrooms. It’s called after a Patagonian insect we all love because it’s the only living being in the Glacier. It’s used for the Safari Náutico and the Pasarela Náutica tours.

Hull Material: Steel
Registration Number: (03117)
Distinctive Mark: LW-3595
Place of Operations: Bajo de las Sombras Port – Lago Argentino
Engines: Yanmar 500 HP each
Length: 23.54 m | Beam: 1.81 x 2 m each hull
Moulded depth: 2.37 m | GT: 40 tons | NT: 14 tons | Voltage: 220V
Built by Shipyard Tecnao (2018)
Passenger Capacity: 160 including the crew (158 passengers and 2 crew members)

Catamaran Yagán

It’s a very versatile vessel, with a spacious upper deck. It has bathrooms. It was called after the original peoples living in the south of the Province of Tierra del Fuego. It’s commonly used for transporting the passengers of the Big Ice tour.

Hull Material: Steel
Registration Number: (027)
Distinctive Mark: LW-9926
Place of Operations: Bajo de las Sombras Port – Lago Argentino
Engines: Cummins 250 HP each
Length: 17.20 m | Beam: 1.65 m each hull
Moulded depth: 2.00 m | GT: 23 tons | NT: 17 tons
Built by Shipyard Tecnao (1997)
Passenger Capacity: 117 including the crew (115 passengers and 2 crew members)

Catamaran Yagán

It’s a very versatile vessel, with a spacious upper deck. It has bathrooms. It was called after the original peoples living in the south of the Province of Tierra del Fuego. It’s commonly used for transporting the passengers of the Big Ice tour.

Hull Material: Steel
Registration Number: (027)
Distinctive Mark: LW-9926
Place of Operations: Bajo de las Sombras Port – Lago Argentino
Engines: Cummins 250 HP each
Length: 17.20 m | Beam: 1.65 m each hull
Moulded depth: 2.00 m | GT: 23 tons | NT: 17 tons
Built by Shipyard Tecnao (1997)
Passenger Capacity: 117 including the crew (115 passengers and 2 crew members)

Catamaran Victoria Argentina

This is our most spacious passenger ferry, with classic lines and upper and side decks. It has a beautiful “bridge deck” joining the hulls. It has bathrooms. It was carried by land on trailers from the city of Bariloche. It’s used every day for the Safari Náutico tour.

Hull Material: Steel
Registration Number: (01164)
Distinctive Mark: LW-6729
Place of Operations: Bajo de las Sombras Port – Lago Argentino
Engines: Volvo Penta 480 HP each
Length: 31.32 m | Beam: 2.00 m each hull
Moulded depth: 2.20 m | GT: 59 tons | NT: 36 tons | Voltage: 220V
Built by Shipyard Noel (1982)
Passenger Capacity: 260 including the crew (257 passengers and 3 crew members)

Single-Hull Vessel Tehuelche II

This is our smallest vessel. It’s very versatile and is equipped with a fire extinguishing system. It’s mainly used for logistic purposes. It has a bathroom. It’s called after the peoples living in areas close to the city of El Calafate.

Hull Material: Aluminum
Registration Number: (03023)
Distinctive Mark: LW-2841
Place of Operations: Bajo de las Sombras Port – Lago Argentino
Engines: Yanmar 160 HP each
Length: 13.79 m | Beam: 3.75 m
Moulded depth: 1.49 m | GT: 15 tons | NT: 11 tons | Voltage: 220V
Built by Shipyard Tecnao (2016)
Passenger Capacity: 33 including the crew (31 passengers and 2 crew members)

Single-Hull Vessel Tehuelche II

This is our smallest vessel. It’s very versatile and is equipped with a fire extinguishing system. It’s mainly used for logistic purposes. It has a bathroom. It’s called after the peoples living in areas close to the city of El Calafate.

Hull Material: Aluminum
Registration Number: (03023)
Distinctive Mark: LW-2841
Place of Operations: Bajo de las Sombras Port – Lago Argentino
Engines: Yanmar 160 HP each
Length: 13.79 m | Beam: 3.75 m
Moulded depth: 1.49 m | GT: 15 tons | NT: 11 tons | Voltage: 220V
Built by Shipyard Tecnao (2016)
Passenger Capacity: 33 including the crew (31 passengers and 2 crew members)

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