Atlas Ocean Voyages opens two ships for the summer 2023 season
Atlas Ocean Voyages has announced 34 new voyages for summer and fall 2023 on its two newly built small luxury ships, World Navigator and World Traveller.
The new season of Atlas begins March 26, 2023 and will cover four continents on itineraries of seven to 21 nights. World Navigator will crisscross Africa, the Mediterranean and the Adriatic Sea, while World Traveler will crisscross Central and South America, the Caribbean, West Africa and the Western Mediterranean, Ireland and the British Isles, the Norwegian fjords, Iceland, Greenland and the Arctic.
Atlas adds 60 new destinations for the season with overnight stays in 46 ports. For a limited time, Atlas Ocean Voyages is offering savings of up to $1,000 per stateroom and up to 15% additional savings when booking two or more consecutive voyages by March 31, 2022.
“With the new 2023 voyages from World Navigator and World Traveler, Atlas Ocean Voyages continues to offer travelers more choices for luxury adventure experiences in some of the world’s most compelling locations,” said Alberto Aliberti, President. of Atlas Ocean Voyages. “Nearly all ports of call are non-repetitive and offer travelers the opportunity to combine back-to-back voyages for extended, in-depth regional immersions and save money. once-in-a-lifetime luxury.
After completing its second season in Antarctica on March 31, World Navigator will chart an eastward course from Ushuaia, Argentina to Cape Town, South Africa, via the islands of South Georgia and the South Sandwich and the remote outposts of the Ascension Islands and Tristan da Cunha in the South Atlantic. The ship then heads north along the west coast of Africa to the Canary Islands and Morocco before crossing the Strait of Gibraltar into the Alboran and Mediterranean seas. The May 10 trip includes two full days in Casablanca, Morocco, to give guests more time to visit Marrakech further inland.
World Navigator also offers the most attractive Mediterranean destinations across Spain, France and Italy. A special eight-night Grand Prix trip, departing May 21, includes two nights in Monaco to watch the race. At the height of the season, travelers can also travel to the Adriatic, the Greek islands and Turkey. World Navigator then retraces its course westward in early fall across the Mediterranean and continues to Brazil and Argentina to arrive in Ushuaia on November 9.
The World Traveler will set sail north of Ushuaia on March 26 to skirt the coasts of Chile and Peru. A 12-night itinerary departing April 28 explores Panama, Costa Rica and Nicaragua. World Traveler will also transit through the Panama Canal and sail through the southern Caribbean before crossing the Atlantic to the Canary Islands.
From the Canary Islands, World Traveler offers two 10-night trips that combine the archipelago with Morocco. Both departures include overnight stays in Casablanca, but the June 6 voyage includes a stopover in Safi to access Marrakech, while the June 16 voyage includes stops in Cadiz, Spain and Portimao, Portugal. The ship then continues north to the British Isles, Ireland, Norwegian Fjords and Greenland for July.
World Traveler crosses the 66th parallel north in August to provide multiple opportunities to see the Northern Lights, including three Arctic expeditions to Svalbard. Next, the ship will sail around the world from Iceland. The ship heads south via the British Isles, Ireland, France and Spain to conclude its season on October 16 in Lisbon.
World Navigator, launched in August 2021, and World Traveller, launched in October 2022, both offer 98 suites, solo suites at no extra charge for one person and cabins. Three additional sister ships – World Seeker, World Adventurer and World Discoverer – will join the fleet through 2024.
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