Ocean Ports of Call

Fernando de Noronha - Brazil Highlights:
Atlantic Island, Maritime National Park, dolphins
Fernando de Noronha is one of a group of islands in the Atlantic Ocean about 350 km (200 miles) off the north-eastern coast of Brazil. Worth visiting is the Maritime National Park where dolphins may be seen.

The island,of volcanic origin, is dominated by a 300m peak and among its few economic resources are guano and salt. It was discovered by Amerigo Vaspucci in 1503 and has been used by Portugal and Brazil as a penal colony. Remains of the Forte dos Remedios can still be seen.

There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.

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