Atlas Ocean Voyages by Luxury Link
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Who is it for? – Experienced travelers looking to explore remote destinations and the roads less traveled, all in simple yet elegant luxury.
Where do they go? – They set sail with World Navigator, a purpose-built Polar Category C and Ice Class 1B vessel, in mid-2021 to The Black Sea, Mediterranean and Aegean Seas, The Holy Land, South America, Caribbean and Antarctica. Their newest, signature MAX SHORE itineraries will take bold explorers through the iconic landscapes of Cappadocia and the Pamukkale Hot Springs. They plan to release four more small expedition ships between 2022 and 2023.
One-sentence Overview – All-inclusive, luxe-adventure journeys that combine sumptuous luxury on board with high-adrenaline adventures and cultural immersions in lesser-known destinations on shore.
Give me the details – Every luxe-adventure voyage is All Inclusive All The Way. Aboard World Navigator, guests will find the quiet side of luxury with all-inclusive wellness amenities, like a fully equipped health center, juice bar, and SeaSpa by L’Occitane. Guests are encouraged to share their accomplishments of each day during Atlas’ signature AprèsSea experience, with the event’s HQ located mid-ship on Deck 4 but mixed up throughout the cruise with pop-up locations as well. Think Mudslinger Night in the Mud Room, Hot Toddies in the hot tub or even Whale watching with Whiskey Sours at Water’s Edge Lookout.
Dining options include everything from 2-star, Michelin-inspired menus to casual meals at the poolside bar and grill. Guests may also choose al fresco dining on Deck 4 or a quiet meal served in the privacy of their suites. They can take their choice of 98 suites and staterooms, most of which feature a private balcony, all with ocean views. These all-inclusive accommodations come equipped with everything guests could need, like a private bath with walk-in glass shower, queen-size bed with deluxe cotton linens, state-of-the-art infotainment system in the living area, tea and coffee machines in the room, butler service in suites, 24-hour room service, L’Occitane bath amenities, and so much more.
The leaders with expedition cruising – They believe in helping guests check some items off the bucket list. From paddle boarding in secret coves of the iconic Aegean Sea to meeting the acquaintance of Gentoo penguins on the unforgettable coastlines of the Antarctic Peninsula, they provide once-in-a-lifetime moments.
Conscious navigation – Atlas brings guests closer to the action with a smaller ship that carries just 196 guests, equipped with the latest hybrid power management and propulsion system, maximizing fuel efficiency, and consuming as low as one-fifth the fuel compared to conventional cruise-ship systems. Its alternate hydro-jet propulsion system helps the ship quietly cruise up to five knots without disturbing marine wildlife for incomparable up-close encounters.