Patagonian and Fuegian Channels: Chilean Fjords Cruise Chart from the Buenos Aires based Zagier & Urruty is designed to show travelers along this intricate coastline routes taken by cruise ships, names of fjords and islands, etc, and printed on light, waterproof and tear resistant synthetic paper.
Coverage of the Chilean coastline starts at Boca del Guafo and continues south to Cape Horn and then along the coast of Tierra del Fuego to the Straights of Magellan. The main map at 1:1,400,000 is supplemented by five insets showing in greater much greater detail the most interesting areas: two panels with the Beagle Channel from the Pacific to beyond Ushuaia, the Agostini Fjord, the Wulaia Inlet and the Orange Bay. Numerous islands, fjords and peninsulas are named, as well as main towns along the coast. Topography is presented only by graphics showing the glaciers, but beautiful, evocative drawings of the kind used in old atlases show many of the most interesting coastal features. The map is decorated by more drawings of ships involved in early explorations of this region. Also provided is a glossary of geographical terms used on the map and a panel for logging cruise dates.
Please note: this map is not a maritime chart for navigation.
This title is part of the publishers’ series of maps of Patagonia and its most visited regions.
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