Atlas Ocean Voyages’ new ship will take it’s inaugural voyage on August 4th from Athens, Greece. The World Navigator will spend nine days at sea and wind up in Alexandria, Egypt with stops in several ports throughout Greece and a special opportunity for it’s passengers to view the pyramids in Cairo at night. The smaller Atlas ships are designed to visit smaller ports that larger ships cannot. The 196 passengers on the inaugural cruise will have six different dining options spread across the six passenger decks. This new ship is packed with the latest technologically advanced systems including a hybrid propulsion system that uses one-fifth the fuel of conventional cruise ships.
Atlas Ocean Voyages is a new cruise line with smaller luxury ships that specializes in bucket-list worthy adventures. Their first ship, World Navigator, is the first of what will be a fleet of five similar sized ships to be released by the end of 2023. From the Black Sea to South America and even voyages to Antarctica, Atlas offers destinations for spirited travelers that larger cruise ships cannot reach. Atlas’ signature “All Inclusive All The Way” program provides all guests a complete and seamless experience by including complimentary round-trip air travel, choice of a shore excursion at every port, prepaid gratuities, polar parkas, emergency medical evacuation insurance, premium wine and spirits, international beers and coffees, Wi-Fi, L’OCCITANE bath amenities, and regionally inspired gourmet dining. In every stateroom, guests enjoy binoculars to use on board, en suite coffee, tea and personalized bar service, and butler service in suites.
Atlas welcomes travelers to ‘come back to something brand new’ in the brand’s ongoing marketing campaign “At Last… Atlas” (www.AtlasOceanVoyages.com/itstime.) To learn more, please visit www.AtlasOceanVoyages.com.
9-Night Athens to Cairo: Immersive Egypt:
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