We don't see many deals for cruises around the southern tip of South America -- in fact, we haven't published one since 2010! This offer from Jetline Cruise saves £700 on what you'd pay if you put it together yourself, and includes an overnight stay in Buenos Aires and a 13-night cruise for £1699 per person.
When can I go?
2 March, 2014
After a night at the Claridge Hotel in Buenos Aires, board the MS Zaandam and head to Montevideo (Uruguay), Puerto Madryn (Argentina) and through the Strait of Magellan to Punta Arenas (Chile), the Cockburn Channel, Beagle Channel and Alley Glacier.
Then the cruise will continue onto the world's southernmost city, Ushuaia (Argentina), Cape Horn (Chile), the Chilean Fjords, Puerto Montt (Chile) and Valparaiso (Chile). From here, guests will transfer to Santiago and fly back to the UK.
Hotel and ship details
The 4-star Eurostars Claridge Hotel has a swimming pool, a gym and a restaurant. All rooms feature air conditioning and satellite TV.
MS Zaandam has an onboard Culinary Arts Center, where guests can learn to cook, and a café and library created by The New York Times, as well as a spa and salon. Dining options include the Pinnacle Grill, serving up premium steaks and seafood, or Canaletto, the ship's Italian restaurant.
Transfers & baggage
Transfers and 23kg of baggage are included.
For more information, head to Jetline Cruise's website.