Voyagers to the Strait of Magellan

Yugoslav (Croatian) immigration to Southern Chile
  • 93 Pages
  • 2.57 MB
  • English
Renaissance Publications , Worthington, Ohio
Croats -- Chile -- Magallanes (Province), Yugoslavs -- Chile -- Magallanes (Prov


Chile, Magallanes (Prov

StatementMateo Martinic B. ; translated from the Spanish and edited with an introduction by Victor C. Dahl and Earl L. Rees.
ContributionsDahl, Victor., Rees, Earl L.
LC ClassificationsF3186 .M259513 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 93 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2222969M
ISBN 100936645032
LC Control Number89061076

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Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — /5(8). The Strait of Magellan, also known as Straits of Magellan, or the Magellan Strait, is a navigable waterway in South America which separates the archipelago of Tierra del Fuego from the continental mainland, and connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.

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Guests take advantage of the calm water for a scenic, once-in-a. Strait of Magellan, Spanish Estrecho de Magallanes, channel linking the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, between the mainland tip of South America and Tierra del Fuego island. Lying entirely within Chilean territorial waters, except for its easternmost extremity touched by Argentina, it is miles ( km) long and 2–20 miles (3–32 km) extends westward from the Atlantic.

The guided missile frigate USS Boone (FFG) navigates through the Strait of Magellan, the most important natural passage between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans located south of mainland South. Cruise & Maritime Voyages Magellan Cruises: Read Cruise & Maritime Voyages Magellan cruise reviews.

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Ferdinand Magellan died on Ap Magellan would never make it to the Spice Islands, but after the loss of yet another of his. Magellan Discovers the Straits. The voyagers only remained at Santa Cruz long enough to repair the damage which the storm had done to the fleet.

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STRAIT OF MAGELLAN. Straight of Magellan – Map & Description. print this map. other bodies of water. Positioned along the southern edges of the South American continent, this once-vital passageway is named for the Portuguese adventurer, Ferdinand Magellan, the first explorer to circumnavigate the globe.

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The Strait of Magellan (Estrecho de Magallanes) is a passage located at the southern tip of South America, among the Chilean Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego Island and a number of islands to the West.

It is the most important natural passage between the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans. Magellan was the first European to “discover” the km-long passage, and since it was on All Saints Day (Nov 1)he named it the Straits of All Saints (Estrecho de Todos los Santos).

However, after the survivors of Magellan’s voyage returned to Spain, King Charles V began calling it the Straits of Magellan, and the name stuck. What is the mile channel or strait in South America, that is known for stormy weather and fog, called.

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The Strait of Magellan is a passageway from the Atlantic Ocean to the is just south of mainland South America and north of Tierra del goes through Argentina and Chile and a for long time the two countries argued over which one owned the land around it.

Chile now owns it. The strait is named after Ferdinand is very foggy and stormy. Notice of the Strait of Magellan In the month of October in the year we sailed in three ships from the city of Concepción in the province of Chile on orders of the Lord Governor Pedro de Valdivia to explore the Strait of Magellan.

On leaving Concepción we ran close inshore along the coast to the south-west, until we fetched an island. The strait is km long and only 2 km wide at its narrowest point. Ferdinand Magellan was the first European to navigate the strait induring his global circumnavigation voyage.

Most of the strait is compelling, but the special attraction is the Amanda Glacier.voyager: 1 n a traveler to a distant land (especially one who travels by sea) Type of: traveler, traveller a person who changes location.