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FORT LAUDERDALE — Atlas Ocean Voyages has announced it will offer complementary shore excursions at every port for all World Navigator itineraries booked before the end of the year.
Launching in July 2021, World Navigator is Atlas’ first newly constructed, small, expedition ship, which will take guests to a total of 107 ports of call in the Holy Land, the Black, Mediterranean, and Caribbean Seas, and South America. Guests who make new bookings from now through Dec. 31, 2020, will receive complimentary shoreside experiences.
“Atlas Ocean Voyages is already one of the industry’s most-inclusive luxury experiences, and we are adding more value by delivering more immersive inclusions,” said Alberto Aliberti, President of the luxe-adventure cruise brand. “With our All Inclusive All the Way commitment, we take care of the details so that guests’ return-to-travel will be a safe and unforgettable experience.”
Guests who take advantage of Atlas’ new land immersion at every port offer can enjoy experiences that make a memorable, all-inclusive, luxury journey. Immersive experiences include a tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ancient Olympia from Katakolon, Greece, a visit to Zippori from Haifa, Israel, an exploration of World War II monuments and Soviet-era memorials at Novorossiysk, Russia, and an excursion in St. Lucia by land and sea atop an ATV and aboard a catamaran.
Atlas’ signature All Inclusive All the Way provides guests a more worry-free experience by including emergency medical evacuation insurance for all guests, as well as complimentary roundtrip air travel, prepaid gratuities, premium wine and spirits and international beers, coffees and smoothies, WiFi, L’Occitane bath amenities, and Michelin-inspired dining. In every stateroom, guests enjoy binoculars to use onboard, en suite coffee, tea and personalized bar service, and butler service in suites.
The 196-passenger World Navigator also features the most-modern hygiene and cleanliness measures incorporated into its design.
Following its inaugural summer 2021 season, World Navigator will sail Antarctica expeditions in Winter 2021/22. World Navigator is Polar Category C- and Ice Class 1B-certified and its construction is on schedule for delivery in July 2021, followed by World Traveller and World Seeker in 2022 and World Adventurer and World Discoverer in 2023.