Expanding its offering of “luxe-adventure” voyages, Atlas Ocean Voyages will offer a full season of summer and fall 2023 sailings around the world on two ships. Comprising 34 sailings onboard World Navigator and World Traveller, the itineraries range from seven- to 21-nights and touch on four continents.
World Navigator will sail Africa, as well in the Mediterranean and Adriatic Seas, while World Traveller will cruise Central and South America, the Caribbean, Western Africa, Western Mediterranean, Ireland and the British Isles, the Norwegian Fjords, Iceland, Greenland, and the Arctic.
Highlights include 60 destinations new for Atlas Ocean Voyages, as well as overnight stays in 46 ports.
“With World Navigator and World Traveller’s new 2023 voyages, Atlas Ocean Voyages continues to offer travelers more choices of luxe-adventure experiences in some of the world’s most fascinating places,” said Alberto Aliberti, president of Atlas Ocean Voyages. “Nearly all ports-of-call are non-repeating and provide travelers the opportunity to combine consecutive voyages for extended and in-depth regional immersions…”
After completing its second Antarctica season on March 31, World Navigator will sail from Ushuaia, Argentina to Cape Town, South Africa, via the South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands. The ship then heads north along Africa’s coast to the Canary Islands and Morocco (with two days in Casablanca) before crossing the Strait of Gibraltar into the Alboran and Mediterranean Seas.
World Navigator will sail Mediterranean destinations throughout Spain, France and Italy with a special eight-night Grand Prix itinerary departing May 21, featuring two nights in Monaco to catch the race.
From the Mediterranean, the ship will turn to the Adriatic, Greek Isles and Turkey, before retracing its course westward in early autumn through the Mediterranean and onward to Brazil and Argentina to arrive back in Ushuaia in time for the next Antarctic season.
The newly-launched World Traveller will head north from Ushuaia on March 26 to explore the Chilean and Peruvian coasts and up into Panama, Costa Rica and Nicaragua. The ship will transit the Panama Canal and cruise the Southern Caribbean before crossing the Atlantic to the Canary Islands.
From the Canary Islands, World Traveller will offer two 10-night voyages that combine the archipelago with Morocco. Both departures include overnight calls in Casablanca, but the June 6 sailing includes a call at Safi for easy access to Marrakesh, while the June 16 sailing includes calls at Cadiz, Spain and Portimao, Portugal.
The ship then continues north to the British Isles, Ireland, Norwegian Fjords and Greenland for July.
Travel advisors can offer their clients a savings of up to $1,000 per stateroom, and up to 15% additional savings when booking two or more consecutive sailings by March 31, 2022.