Launching in July 2021, World Navigator is Atlas’ first newly constructed small expedition ship. In its debut season, the 98-suite-and-stateroom vessel will visit 107 ports in the Holy Land, the Black, Mediterranean and Caribbean Seas, and South America.
Guests who book before 31 December 2020 will receive complimentary land experiences, unlocking more and deeper immersions into the cultures and histories found in the remote and captivating destinations visited.
Some of the options available to guests include tours of:
- The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ancient Olympia from Katakolon, Greece
- The archaeological site of Zippori and an exploration of this village’s rich and diverse history
- World War II monuments and Soviet-era memorials at Novorossiysk, Russia
- St. Lucia by both land and sea atop an ATV and aboard a catamaran
- Notable sites of the Falkland Island conflict of 1982
View the full list here.
“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 the cruise line’s President, Alberto Aliberti.
“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.”
Following her 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 her 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.
Lead image: World Navigator render