Ushuaia (Argentina)

Cruise Port schedule, map, terminals, news

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Region
South America - Galapagos

Locode
ARUSH

Address
Direccion Provincial de Puertos, Avenida Maipu 510, Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego V9410BJL, Argentina

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Ushuaia cruise port is located on the Beagle Strait in Argentina. It is popular with the nickname ”End of the World” because it is the South America’s southernmost tip. Ushuaia cruise port is the capital of Tierra del Fuego (Land of fire) province. The population of the city is around 45,000 people.Ushuaia (Argentina) cruise port

Ushuaia cruise port is a popular port for cruises to the Falkland Islands, the Antarctic and major port of call for all cruises in South America. In the 2008-9 season, 95% of the Antarctic tourism was concentrated here. The busy season for Ushuaia cruise port starts in November and ends in March.

Ushuaia (Argentina) cruise port map (printable)


Highlights: Glacier Martial, Museums, Terra del Fuego National Park

Ushuaia cruise terminal

Ushuaia cruise port terminal is located in the city’s heart (Maipu – the Coastal Avenue). Shopping lovers will be pleased to find that the city's main street (San Martin) lined with shops is just a block away.Ushuaia cruise ship terminal

At the end of the cruise port, there are taxis. Their rate is not fixed, so you have to negotiate. There is also a bus stop. But the best way to explore the city is walking. The official language is Spanish, the currency – Argentinian peso.

Facilities in the ship docking area of port Ushuaia include a few shops (be aware of higher prices than those in the city), Internet and phone kiosk. There is a tourists’ center at the end of the dock. You can also visit the near booths and arrange boat trips and excursions to some of the major attractions of the area. For those who want handmade gifts, there are some shops at the left end of the dock.Ushuaia port

Just before Maipu, there is a beautiful small square where you can sit on a bench and enjoy the amazing view of the sea and the mountain.

Ushuaia is among the ports of call on itineraries that include cruising through the Patagonian channels and Chilean fjords in the Tierra del Fuego provinces of Chile and Argentina.

Ushuaia tours, shore excursions, hotels

City Tours and Shore Excursions

  • Tierra del Fuego National Park: the park spreads over 63,000 hectares. It starts from the Beagle Channel and goes to the border with Chilli. The north border is Lago Kami.
  • Beagle Channel: popular excursion is the one in the Beagle Channel’s waters. It is named after the ship of Charles Darwin – Beagle. He used her to explore the region in the 1830s.
  • Maritime Museum: Located on Yaganes y Gobernador Paz. You can see famous ships’ scale models.
  • Military Prison: located on Yaganes y Gobernador Paz. The prison worked from 1902 to 1947. Currently it houses cut-outs and mannequins in its cells.
  • San Juan de Salvamento Lighthouse: located on the Isla de los Estados. The lighthouse dates from 1884. It was famous with the name “End of the World Lighthouse” because of a Jules Vern’s novel.
  • End of the World Museum: located on Avenida Maipú173. The museum houses extensive collection of artifacts. Explore the natural history of the region and the aboriginal life.
  • Lake Escondido: definitely should see it, if you have more time. It is 50 km from Ushuaia cruise port.

Hotels near Ushuaia cruise port terminal

  • Rosa De Los Vientos
  • Hotel Villa Brescia
  • Alto Andino Hotel
  • Cilene del Faro Suites & Spa
  • Hosteria Y Restaurante America
  • Hostal Malvinas
  • Cumbres Del Martial
  • Hotel Antartida Argentina
  • Lennox Ushuaia
  • Hotel Canal Beagle
  • Los Naranjos
  • Las Hayas Resort Hotel
  • Apart Hotel Cabo San Diego
  • Posada Del Fin Del Mundo
  • Las Retamas B&B
  • Hotel Mustapic
  • Del Bosque Apart Hotel
  • Fueguinos Hotel
  • Hosteria Foike
  • The House

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Port Ushuaia cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Ushuaia, Argentina. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

  1. January, 2017
Day Ships in port
Sunday
1 January, 2017
MV Stella Australis(departing at 01 Jan)
MS Ocean Endeavour(arriving at 01 Jan)
Wednesday
4 January, 2017
MS Fram(departing at 04 Jan)
MV Ortelius(arriving at 04 Jan)
Thursday
5 January, 2017
Le Boreal(departing at 05 Jan)
MV Stella Australis(arriving at 05 Jan)
Le Soleal(arriving at 05 Jan - departing at 05 Jan)
Friday
6 January, 2017
Hanseatic(arriving at 06 Jan - departing at 06 Jan)
MV Sea Adventurer (arriving at 06 Jan)
Sunday
8 January, 2017
MV Stella Australis(departing at 08 Jan)
National Geographic Explorer(arriving at 08 Jan - departing at 08 Jan)
Monday
9 January, 2017
MS Bremen(arriving at 09 Jan - departing at 09 Jan)
Silver Explorer(arriving at 08:00)
MV Plancius(arriving at 09 Jan)
Wednesday
11 January, 2017
MV Ushuaia(arriving at 11 Jan)
Thursday
12 January, 2017
MV Stella Australis(arriving at 12 Jan - departing at 12 Jan)
Saturday
14 January, 2017
MV Ortelius(arriving at 14 Jan)
Norwegian Sun(arriving at 08:00 - departing at 16:00)
Sunday
15 January, 2017
Le Soleal(arriving at 15 Jan)
Le Boreal(arriving at 15 Jan - departing at 15 Jan)
Monday
16 January, 2017
MS Fram(arriving at 16 Jan - departing at 16 Jan)
Celebrity Infinity(arriving at 07:00 - departing at 16:00)
Thursday
19 January, 2017
MV Stella Australis(arriving at 19 Jan - departing at 19 Jan)
Sunday
22 January, 2017
MV Stella Australis(departing at 22 Jan)
MV Ushuaia(arriving at 22 Jan)
MS Ocean Endeavour(arriving at 22 Jan - departing at 22 Jan)
Tuesday
24 January, 2017
Hanseatic(arriving at 24 Jan - departing at 24 Jan)
Crown Princess(arriving at 12:00 - departing at 20:00)
Thursday
26 January, 2017
MV Stella Australis(arriving at 26 Jan - departing at 26 Jan)
Seabourn Quest(arriving at 07:00 - departing at 13:00)
Friday
27 January, 2017
MS Fram(departing at 27 Jan)
Silver Explorer(arriving at 08:00)
National Geographic Orion(arriving at 27 Jan - departing at 27 Jan)
Sunday
29 January, 2017
MS Bremen(arriving at 29 Jan - departing at 29 Jan)
ms Prinsendam(arriving at 06:00 - departing at 20:00)
Saturday
7 January, 2017
National Geographic Orion(arriving at 07 Jan - departing at 07 Jan)
Tuesday
10 January, 2017
MV Ocean Diamond(arriving at 10 Jan - departing at 10 Jan)
Friday
13 January, 2017
MS Expedition(arriving at 13 Jan)
Crown Princess(arriving at 07:00 - departing at 16:00)
Tuesday
17 January, 2017
National Geographic Orion(arriving at 17 Jan - departing at 17 Jan)
Wednesday
18 January, 2017
MV Plancius(arriving at 18 Jan)
Monday
23 January, 2017
ms Zaandam(arriving at 07:00 - departing at 13:00)
Wednesday
25 January, 2017
Le Soleal(arriving at 25 Jan)
Saturday
28 January, 2017
MS Fram(arriving at 28 Jan - departing at 28 Jan)
Norwegian Sun(arriving at 10:00 - departing at 18:00)
Celebrity Infinity(arriving at 10:00 - departing at 19:00)
Tuesday
31 January, 2017
MV Ushuaia(arriving at 31 Jan)