Chilean Fijord Mothership

"Undiscovered paradise is the only way to explain this voyage."

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After exploring Southern Chile for several years, Christian and Marcelo Dufflocq are offering fly fishermen the rivers of the Chilean Fjords. This is Chile’s last frontier, a vast area of coastal land with hardly any human habitation and not accessible by roads. Its rivers have remained unexplored until now.

Explore with the crew aboard “Rio Azul” on a Sunday to Saturday fishing cruise to rivers only a few have ever seen. Navigating where the Andes Mountains meet with the South Pacific Ocean, a place with outstanding trout fishing and beauty, gin clear waters, virgin temperate rain forests, waterfalls and much more.

Life on the boat satisfies the most discriminating boater with food rivaling that in the finest of restaurants. The rich sea life offers possibilities of seeing sea lions, penguins, birds and one of the world’s rarest sea mammals, the five-foot black dolphin of Chile. All this aboard a comfortable, safe and fully equipped 53 ft. Hatteras motor yacht, with ample exterior decks, separate living and dining areas both with great views to the outside, double passenger staterooms with private baths and showers, separate crew facilities and two motorized Zodiac inflatable boats.

Limited to four anglers per week, this trip offers fishing for large brown and rainbow trout that have rarely been fished. The beauty and adventure qualities make this trip enjoyable for the non-angler who is content on the boat.

Truly the trip of a lifetime!

Season:  November - May
Suitable For:  Anglers & Non-anglers
What's Included:  Six days aboard Rio Azul, guided fishing, meals, wines and other alcoholic beverages
Not Included:  Transportation to Balmaceda, Chile, land transfers to Puerto Chacabuco and the base port and staff gratuities
Package Price:  $5680 for 6 nights/ 5 1/2 days fishing per person based on double occupancy