This Saturday, December 13 we went near Cape Horn where we found a strong sea according to sailors and a real storm in the words of mountaineers! Winds of more than 50 knots (90 km/h) with a very reduced visibility.

A moment of sharing and collaboration for all of us, the sailors and the climbers!

The poor conditions forced us to spend a night in Puerto Toro on Sunday before arriving Puerto Williams.

All were pleased to have this break and recover from moments experienced both on deck and in the banettes. Again, thanks and congrats to the sailors who had to stay awake 24 hours to take the helm during difficult times. They also made their ‘one push’!