Replica of Magellan’s Ship

The Nao Victoria was built using real blueprints. For this reason you can get a complete idea of what it was like to sail around the world

Imagine stepping on a big boat without heating, water, beds, kitchen, dramomine, doctor, private room, toilet or even a hot meal. Now, imagine yourself with 40 other people in the middle of a storm somewhere in an unknown ocean. And finally, imagine yourself set sailing without a map an a clear destination. You might agree that this sounds like a recipe for an insane voyage. And yet, this is a ludic description of the renowed expedition of the NAO VICTORIA 500 years ago. Ferdinand Magellan wanted to circumnavigate the planet with 5 ships and only 1 made it back home. If you are planning to visit Punta Arenas, don’t miss this unique opportunity to have a hands on experience with a voyage that not only discovered the Strait of Magellan, but also changed the view we have about our world. Step back in history and visit the replica of the first vessel that went around the world.

If you do not have a private bus, you can take public transportation.

The bus stop to the Nao Victoria is on the corner of Chiloe and Ignacio Carrera Pinto. Make sure you take the one that says:  RIO SECO.

There is one bus every 30 minutes from Monday to Friday. It costs 400 Chilean Pesos (about U$ 1) The drivers only take Chilean Money

Nao Victoria Open every day from 9.00 am to 7.00 pm

Entrance Fee: 3.000 Chilean Pesos or U$ 6

Address: Km 7 north phone: 96400772

To make your visit a complete experience, make sure you touch the water of the "Estrecho de Magallanes"

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