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Navegamos con turistas en un velero de 27 pies por las aguas del lago Nahuel Huapi, recorriendo y conociendo los mejores lugares
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fishbee wrote a review Dec 2018
2 contributions2 helpful votes
The most wonderful sailing trip across the lake on Christmas Eve with a Paulo, a gentleman skipper. Thank you!
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Date of experience: December 2018
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BA_db87 wrote a review Mar 2018
Buenos Aires8 contributions6 helpful votes
We had a private trip for 2 booked in the afternoon. Amazing experience, the weather was good although a bit windy which made our trip more of an adventure. Paulo and Lorna (his wife) were very cool and they took us to some of their favorite spots around the lake and history about those places. We ended the afternoon watching the sunset and sharing some beers and anecdotes with them. We wish we had more time to stay as we had a great evening in their company! We would highly recommend sailing with them
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Duncan R wrote a review Feb 2018
Taunton, United Kingdom2 contributions
We had a private trip ( 2 guests plus 2 crew) with Paublo and William which was fantastic! There was a good breeze and they took my wife an I out to the other side of the lake to the north west where we had amazing views of Cerro Tronador, with its magnificent cascading glaciers . We stopped at a beautiful bay and they served us Argentinian tea which was delightful. They were very friendly and interesting telling us about the lake and some history. I would highly recommend a trip with Paublo!!!
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Mario Herrero wrote a review Jan 2018
Victoria, Argentina15 contributions1 helpful vote
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We sailed for 3 hours in Nahuel Huapi lake on a perfect sunny afternoon. Visited amazing places in the Company of Pablo and his crew. Highly recommend activity to do when visiting Bariloche.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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m1128jm17 wrote a review Feb 2017
Boynton Beach, Florida99 contributions149 helpful votes
We selected an afternoon sail cruise with Pablo (captain) and William (first mate) in early February on a spectacular nice low wind sunny afternoon. Pablo clearly loves sailing and taking you all around the lake. There were five passengers on the sail we were on. Both Pablo and William explained all the sights and some of the history of the area. William's command of English is a better than Pablo's, but his is adequate.. They allow time for swimming off the boat, but these are alpine lakes and the water is quite cold even in the summer months. This is a sail where to emphasis is on the scenery and beauty of the area. While they serve beverages, including beer, and a snack, this is not a food/drink sail. and we appreciated that aspect of the trip. One word of caution. You get the boat by entering through Petunia Campground. When we took the boat, there was no signage for the boat at the side of the road, and we were not sure we were at the right place. After entering and parking you walk about 1/4 mile through the campground to the dock where you will find Pablo and William. We notice when we passed the area later in the week that a sign had been placed at the side of the road. You can change into sailing/swimming gear in the bathrooms at the campground. They are very willing to give directions and help out. Overall, I can say that this was our highlight in our five days in the Bariloche area. My wife and I would unhesitatingly recommend this wonderful sailing experience.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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