Atlas Ocean Voyages Announces Three New Western Europe Voyages Plus Savings

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Atlas Ocean Voyages announced three new Western Europe voyages aboard World Navigator, along with a new promotion.

The new Norwegian Fjords and London, Holland, and France voyages depart in AUG and SEP 2022 and feature multiple overnights, which provide opportunities for guests to opt for extensive tour options. Because of its small size, World Navigator can navigate up narrow waterways and rivers to dock in the center of Amsterdam, London, Antwerp, and Bordeaux for convenient access to each city.

Travellers can save up to USD $6,000 savings per suite or stateroom aboard these new voyages, or any 2022 and 2023 voyages and expeditions, on new deposited bookings until 30JUN 2022.

“World Navigator’s new late-summer voyages bring travelers to the Norwegian Fjords and Western Europe at one of the best times of the year,” said Alberto Aliberti, President of Atlas Ocean Voyages. “These port-intensive itineraries feature multiple overnights in some of the region’s most sophisticated destinations far removed from current global events.”

On the new 12-night Norwegian Fjords voyage, departing roundtrip from Hamburg on 26AUG 2022, guests can visit fjordlands in Southern and Western Norway, including Sognefjord, the country’s largest fjord. World Navigator’s small size allows it to bring guests to small villages and vistas of the mountain peaks, cliffs and waterfalls.

The subsequent 12-night, Hamburg to London voyage, departing 07SEP, can guests enjoy overnights 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 Decennial Floriade with horticultural exhibits from more than 33 countries. Additionally, World Navigator will cruise up the Thames to dock at the Tower Bridge and overnight in the city, so guests can have time to catch a West End show and step into a pub for a pint.

The 19SEP voyage, a 13-night itinerary from London to Porto, Portugal, overnights in Amsterdam, London, Paris (Honfleur) and Bordeaux for a range of immersive experiences for enophiles, history and horticultural enthusiasts, and art and culture seekers. In addition to visiting the heart of one of France’s renowned wine regions, guests can also opt to take a tour to the Normandy Beaches to "honor the memory of one of the most pivotal moments of World War II."

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, the upcoming World Traveller will sail its inaugural season in Antarctica after debuting in OCT 2022. Three additional sister ships, World Seeker, World Adventurer and World Discoverer, will join the fleet through 2024.

For more information on Atlas Ocean Voyages, visit its web site.

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