Atlas Ocean Voyages has announced the addition of 26 expeditions for its newest yacht, World Voyager. Departing between March 2024 and October 2024, these expeditions will offer Atlas Ocean Voyages’ first Caribbean voyages along with South America itineraries to Argentina, Brazil, and the Falklands. The 2024 season will also feature Northern Europe journeys to Iceland, Ireland, England, and Norway. New Arctic expeditions will take guests to Svalbard and Greenland.
New for 2024, Atlas Ocean Voyages continues to expand its offerings to cater to diverse travel preferences with new ‘Cultural Expeditions by Atlas’. The debut of Cultural Expeditions by Atlas further enriches the portfolio, complementing the existing Epicurean Expeditions by Atlas for culinary connoisseurs and Polar Expeditions by Atlas for the intrepid traveller. Cultural Expeditions will provide guests with diverse perspectives, local engagements, folkloric experiences, art, architecture, and museum visits, offering a deep immersion into the vibrant cultures of each destination. Guests enjoy a free cultural immersion tour, enrichment programs, and exclusive onboard experiences on each voyage.
"As World Voyager concludes the 2023/2024 Antarctica season, we look forward to offering new itineraries and exploring new regions, including the Caribbean, for the first time onboard our expedition yachts,” said James Rodriguez, president and CEO of Atlas Ocean Voyages. "From vibrant cultural experiences to adventurous polar expeditions, these new itineraries showcase the richness and diversity of our destinations. We are excited to share these unforgettable journeys with our guests."
New Cultural Expeditions by Atlas include an eight-night “Spotlight on Brazil” voyage from Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro, departing on April 5, 2024. Two 7-night expeditions sailing the scenic harbours of the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean from Bridgetown or St. Maarten. Departures include May 2 or 9, 2024. A Transoceanic 13-night “Mystique of the Azores” sails across the Atlantic from St. Maarten to Lisbon and departs on May 16, 2024. An 11-night expedition, “Picturesque Peaks & Fjords,” featuring the Norwegian Fjords, sails from London to Tromso, departing June 10, 2024.
Additional Epicurean Expeditions by Atlas itineraries include a 10-night “Vineyards & Vignettes” expedition from Lisbon to London along the Western Coast of Europe, featuring overnights in Bordeaux and central London, which departs May 31, 2024. A southbound itinerary sails from London on Oct. 2, 2024 for 12 nights.
Additional Polar Expeditions by Atlas include three 9-night Arctic expeditions sailing roundtrip Longyearbyen, Svalbard on June 28, July 7 or 27, 2024. Two 10-night expeditions showcasing Greenland’s glaciers and sailing from Reykjavik, Iceland, or Kangerlussuaq, Greenland, on Aug. 5 or 15, 2024.
In addition to the expanded itineraries, 20 captivating new ports of call have been added, including Balneário Camboriú (Blumenau), Brazil; Ilha Grande, Brazil; Rodney Bay, Saint Lucia; Les Trois-Îlets, Martinique; Pointe-á Pitre, Guadaloupe; Carambola Beach, St. Kitts & Nevis; Gustavia, St. Barts; Sandy Ground, Anguilla; Philipsburg, St. Maarten; Lajes do Pico (Azores), Portugal; Newcastle upon Tyne, England; Molde, Norway; Skarsvåg (North Cape), Norway; Qaqortoq, Greenland; Paamiut, Greenland; Akulleq Island, Greenland; Waterford, Ireland; Bantry, Ireland; Falmouth, England; and Poole, England.
Twelve combination voyages complement the launch with added savings and feature extended expeditions of up to 21 nights.
For information, visit www.AtlasOceanVoyages.com.