Nomads of the Seas uses a versatile expedition vessel, the luxuriously appointed ‘Atmosphere’; Nomads of the Seas provides a unique journey through a hidden area of Patagonia including a fantastic combination of adventure, enrichment and pampering. With 32 crew members dedicated to serving 18 anglers and 10 non-anglers, this operation provides the highest level of service and employs the latest and safest technology to access regions that have rarely if ever seen a human, let alone a guided angler. Daily excursions explore glaciers, snow-capped peaks, and volcanoes of the southern Andes; cold jungle forest; majestic fjords and wildlife that abounds within these ecosystems. On board, guests enjoy the luxurious almost decadently comfortable living spaces, exquisite cuisine and exemplary service.
You will enjoy world class cuisine, daily wine tasting, complete spa service and double occupancy cabins with exterior views and private baths. Each cabin has a private bathroom with hair dryers. Air conditioning and heat controls are in the cabins, safe deposit box, electric plugs, as well as storage in drawers and under the bed. Each room has panoramic windows to enjoy the extraordinary and breathtaking sites that will be visited. There are 10 deluxe twin cabins (2 twin beds in each room) and 2 deluxe 1 king bed cabins located on the second deck. The premium king cabins are located on the fourth deck and offer more privacy for guests. For leisure time, there is the combination lounge, dining room and bar area on the deck for most of your socializing and where meals are taken. The setting is casual. In this area no shoes are allowed. You can find books, DVD’s, and music for a relaxing time in the lounge.
Here you are offered one of the premier fly fishing operations in Patagonia, exploring a vast array of varied waterways and fisheries from the comfort the “floating lodge.” From December to March anglers are offered flexibility in choosing fishing areas that are the most productive while leaving the others behind. The fly fishing guides speak English and are highly trained in fly fishing techniques as well as safety. The expedition manager reviews the day´s activities in advance and makes adjustments for the next day’s schedule. Anglers will have the opportunity to fly fish with a variety of different guides throughout the course of the week. You will move into the daily destination either by the on-board helicopter, or gain access via water through Roguejet boats or Zodiac rafts. The fishing area is from Puerto Montt on south to Laguna San Rafael- just northwest of Cochrane. Brown, rainbow and brook trout are targeted in these waters that offer float and wading opportunities. During this trip, you might find: rainbow trout, brown trout, brook trout, steelhead trout, sea run brown trout, land-locked salmon and Chinook. But, keep in mind that the quality of the catch not only depends on climate conditions and your personal expertise, but also on air pressure, temperature, moon and water conditions.
Take an international flight into Santiago and connect with one of several daily LAN Chile flights to Puerto Montt.
All excursions are subject to climate and atmosphere conditions.
Hiking, whale watching, dolphin watching, birding and nature photography, kayaking, jet-boating, rafting and horseback riding are among the possible activities.
Excursions into the rich rainforest along the coast are where you can see unusual plants, birds and geographical features.