Date:02/29/2020From:Buenos AiresPrice:$1,783 Book Now
Nights:14To:San AntonioPer Day:$127
Date:February 29, 2020 From:Buenos Aires
Nights:14To:San Antonio
Ship:Star Daily:$127
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  4. Star February 29th, 2020 Buenos Aires to San Antonio
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  4. Star February 29th, 2020 Buenos Aires to San Antonio

This February Could Be Average, or You Could Visit Puerto Chacabuco, Port Stanley, and Puerto Madryn. Which Will You Choose?

Prepare for fourteen days of luxurious sailing through the sea when you embark on the Norwegian Star from Buenos Aires to San Antonio.

Stopping in rare stops like Puerto Chacabuco, Port Stanley, and Puerto Madryn makes this trip notable. This route is an uncommon one for the Star.

We include all all meals, entertainment, port charges, and taxes in the price, so that you can compare sailings easily. With a cost of under $130 per day, this bargain is. Act now, because the price of this sailing is rising! Reserve your stateroom before the price increases.

Day 8: Ushuaia
Day 2: Montevideo

The Norwegian Star

The Norwegian Star

Based in the Mediterranean and Europe and refurbished just one year ago in 2018, more than 2,300 people can sail comfortably on this highly-rated Dawn class vessel.

The Star wows guests with a casino, three pools, seven jacuzzis, and a spa.

Pricing Information

This graph indicates the price over time for every type of cabin. Since being listed a year or so ago, the cost of this sailing has ranged between $1,483 and $1,883 for a room, including $384 in taxes and port fees. This itinerary has just risen in price, so reserve your stateroom now before it goes up more.

$1,783 $2,113 $3,033 $3,683
$127.36 per day $150.93 per day $216.64 per day $263.07 per day
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Day 9: Punta Arenas
Day 13: Puerto Montt
Day 4: Puerto Madryn
Day 6: Port Stanley

Your Itinerary

This itinerary spends six days at sea and seven days in port. Major features include visits to very uncommon destinations like Puerto Chacabuco, Port Stanley, and Puerto Madryn plus a long stop in Punta Arenas.

Sat, Feb 29Buenos Aires, Argentina6:00pm
Sun, Mar 1Montevideo, Uruguay7:00am4:30pm
Mon, Mar 2At Sea
Tue, Mar 3Puerto Madryn, Argentina9:00am6:00pm
Wed, Mar 4At Sea
Thu, Mar 5Port Stanley, Falkland Islands8:00am6:00pm
Fri, Mar 6Cape Horn (Cruising)
Sat, Mar 7Beagle Channel (Cruising)
Ushuaia, Argentina7:00am2:00pm
Sun, Mar 8Punta Arenas, Chile8:30am8:30pm
Mon, Mar 9Magellan Straits (Cruising)
Tue, Mar 10Chilean Fjords (Cruising)
Patagonic Channel, Chile (Cruising)
Wed, Mar 11Puerto Chacabuco, Chile7:00am3:00pm
Thu, Mar 12Puerto Montt, Chile8:00am6:00pm
Fri, Mar 13At Sea
Sat, Mar 14San Antonio, Chile8:00am

Alternate Sailings

The Star sails this route three times next year, but doesn't sail it this year. No other ship sails this exact same route.In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.

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