Atlas Ocean Voyages Adds New Late-Summer Sailings

Atlas Ocean Voyages has unveiled World Navigator’s new late-summer voyages to Norwegian fjords and Western EuropeAlberto Aliberti, president of Atlas Ocean Voyages, said the port-intensive itineraries will include multiple overnights in several destinations, far removed from current global events. “World Navigator’s small size provides guests a more personalized and immersive, luxe-adventure experience,” he added.

On the new 12-night “Norwegian Fjords” voyage, departing roundtrip from Hamburg on August 26, 2022, guests will visit the fjords of Southern and Western Norway, including Sognefjord, the country’s largest. The subsequent 12-night “Hamburg to London” voyage, departing September 7, will offer overnight stays at Amsterdam and London, and call at Antwerp, Belgium; Paris (Honfleur), France; and Plymouth, U.K.

In Amsterdam, guests can opt to see the tulips at the seventh edition of the decennial Floriade expo, with horticultural exhibits from over 33 countries. Additionally, World Navigator will cruise up the Thames to dock at the Tower Bridge and overnight in the city.

The September 19 voyage, a 13-night itinerary from London to Porto, Portugal, offers overnights in Amsterdam, London, Paris (Honfleur) and Bordeaux, with a range of immersive experiences for travelers. 

World Navigator will cruise Western Europe, the Norwegian fjords and Iceland, Greenland and the Arctic in summer 2022; Central and South America in the autumn; and return to Antarctica for its winter 2022-23 season. In winter 2023, World Traveller will sail on its inaugural season to Antarctica. Three additional sister ships, World Seeker, World Adventurer and World Discoverer, will join the fleet through 2024.

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