Atlas Ocean Voyages adds Amazon, Patagonia

New program released for 2024 includes over 130 destinations

Atlas Ocean Voyages will expand its global footprint in 2024 to include its first voyages to the Amazon and Patagonia, and a return to Egypt and Israel. The small ship operator will visit more than 130 destinations over the northern summer/autumn 2024, and will offer extended overnights in the Azores and Cape Verde islands on new Transoceanic voyages.

“Our 2024 schedule is the most comprehensive yet and features exciting new itineraries throughout Europe, South America, and the Holy Land,” said James Rodriguez President and CEO, Atlas Ocean Voyages.

Epicurean Expeditions by Atlas Ocean Voyages enable discerning explorers to immerse themselves in the culture and cuisine of destinations alongside esteemed Gastronomic Guests and Visiting Vintners, who will also accompany free cultural immersion tours, including local market visits, specialty food- and wine-tastings, and more.

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Atlas’ 2024 summer/autumn schedule features 41 unique expeditions including nine Extended Journeys that visit 31 countries and includes 19 overnight calls and 43 late departures after 10 pm. Program highlights include:


Ashdod (Jerusalem) and Haifa (Tel Aviv), Israel; Barcelona, Spain; Belém, Itajai and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Bordeaux and Honfleur (Paris and Normandy), France; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Capri and Positano, Italy; Casablanca and Rabat, Morocco; London, UK; Menton (Monte Carlo), France; Piraeus (Athens), Greece; Ponta Delgada, Azores; and Valetta, Malta.

Late Departures:

Alexandria, Egypt; Almeria (Granada), Barcelona, Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca and Seville, Spain; Bonifacio, Corsica; Bordeaux, Marseilles and Saint-Tropez, France; Buzios, Ilhabela and Paraty, Brazil; Cagliari, Sardinia; Charlotteville, Tobago; Dubrovnik, Croatia; Fiskardo (Kefalonia), Mykonos, Nafplion (Mycenae/Epidaurus), Patmos and Santorini, Greece; Gallipoli, Livorno (Florence), Naples, Portofino, Porto Ercole, Porto Venere (Cinque Terre), Ravello, and Sorrento (Pompeii), Italy; Gibraltar, UK; Haifa (Tel Aviv), Israel; Lipari Island, Palermo, Syracuse and Trapani, Sicily; and Portoferraio, Elba.


Atlas offers 13 different seven-night sailings to the best of the Western Mediterranean. Departure ports include Barcelona, Casablanca, Civitavecchia (Rome), Dubrovnik, Lisbon, Nice, Palma de Mallorca and Valletta, Malta. Longer itineraries include:

23 August 2024 – Nine-night voyage, round-trip from Valletta, circumnavigates the island of Sicily, calling at Syracuse, Giardini Naxos (Mount Etna), Lipari Island, Palermo, Trapani and Porto Empedocle, plus Gozo, Malta.
1 September 2024 – Eight-night sailing from Valletta to Civitavecchia (Rome), includes three ports in Sicily, plus Ravello, Positano and Capri.

Holy Land & Egypt

Two expeditions focus on the Biblical wonders of Jerusalem and after a two-year hiatus, Atlas will again call at Egyptian ports, from where guests can visit Cairo and the Giza pyramids. All three itineraries showcase the ancient civilizations of the Eastern Mediterranean.

15 July 2024 – Nine-night voyage from Piraeus (Athens) to Haifa (Tel Aviv) calling at fabled ports in Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, and Israel.
24 July 2024 – 12-night itinerary (in the reverse direction) that combines the Holy Land with Greek islands and the antiquity of Egypt.
5 August 2024 – Nine-night Piraeus (Athens) to Venice journey that includes jet-set Mykonos, plus Adriatic Sea ports in Albania, Greece, Montenegro, and Croatia.

British Isles & Northern Europe

For 2024, travellers will have the opportunity to visit the British Isles, plus Amsterdam, Dublin, Honfleur (Paris), Lisbon, and London – World Navigator is small enough to navigate the Thames River and overnight in the heart of the city on two departures.

7 May 2024 – Nine-night from Lisbon to London calling at Leixões (Porto), La Coruña, and Bay of Biscay ports Santander and Bilbao, Spain; Bordeaux, France, and the island of Belle Île, France off the coast of Brittany.
16 May 2024 – Eight-night voyage calls at the Channel Islands, Isles of Scilly, Isle of Man, Wales, Cobh (Cork), and Dublin, Ireland.
20 September 2024 – 10-night cruise from Amsterdam to Lisbon offers two full days to explore Paris and/or Normandy from Honfleur, plus Guernsey, Bordeaux, Gijon, and La Coruña, Spain; and Leixoes (Porto).

South America and the Amazon

Eight all-new itineraries, range from seven- to 11-nights, and offer guests the chance to explore the rarely visited Falkland Islands, Garibaldi Glacier in Chilean Patagonia, the resorts along Brazil’s Costa Verde and Belém, the gateway to the Amazon River system for four centuries.

An eight-night voyage, from Belém to Barbados, calls at Devil’s Island, Tobago, and the Grenadines, marking Atlas Ocean Voyages’ first Caribbean calls since 2021.


There are four transatlantic voyages that reposition Atlas’ vessels between Europe – and the Canary Islands – and South America, from where the line offers Polar Expeditions to Antarctica during the Austral summer season.

9 April 2024 – 13 nights from Rio de Janeiro to the Canary Islands aboard World Traveller.
26 April 2024 – 12 nights from Barbados to Lisbon via the Azores aboard World Navigator.
30 September 2024 – 21 nights from Malaga to Montevideo with visits to three Canary and three Cape Verde islands aboard World Traveller.
4 October 2024 – 13 nights from Gran Canaria to Rio de Janeiro via the Cape Verde Islands aboard World Navigator.

Extended Journeys & Bonus Savings

For travellers with the luxury of time, the Atlas schedule has been carefully curated to enable guests to see more of the world by combining two or more non-repeating itineraries in one immersive journey. When two voyages are booked back-to-back, guests receive a 15% cruise fare savings on both. If three or more sailings are combined in consecutive order, travelers save 20%.

Whether cruising aboard the line’s World Traveller or World Navigator, both expedition vessels are Polar Category C- and Ice Class 1B-certified and offer every five-star comfort, from luxurious accommodations and an all-inclusive onboard experience to in-depth shore excursions and customised private tours.


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