Atlas Ocean Voyages, the world’s newest all-inclusive cruise line, has five cruise ships on order and their first vessel, World Navigator, will begin offering cruises in July 2021. Their second ship, World Traveller, will follow a year later. Their last three ships will be named World Seeker, World Adventurer, and World Discoveror and launch over the next few years.
What sets Atlas Ocean Voyages apart from other cruise lines? They will be one of the most all-inclusive cruise lines in the industry. They will be the first cruise line to include emergency evacuation insurance in every booking. The insurance covers emergency medical transportation from the cruise ship to a local treatment center, as well as return transportation to home or a medical facility close to home, as required.
All cruise fares will include complimentary roundtrip air travel from major North American gateways to the remote destinations where Atlas sails.
On extended voyages, guests also enjoy MAX SHORE, complimentary three- to five-night, overland immersions that bring guests to the must-see attractions and cultural gems only found inland.
These free ‘vacations-within-vacations’ deliver more once-in-a-lifetime experiences, such as hot-air ballooning over Pamukkale’s mineral pools and petrified forest; glamping under the Jordanian stars and catching sunrise over Petra; and even touring the infamous Chernobyl power plant and overnighting in the exclusion zone, with more to be announced. MAX SHORE itineraries are also All Inclusive All the Way, with transportation, meals, beverages, premium lodging, and most of all, access.
Also included in cruise fares, which Atlas calls All Inclusive All the Way, are premium wines and craft beers, prepaid gratuities, coffees and smoothies, WiFi, complimentary shore excursions in select ports, L’Occitane bath amenities, and personalized bar service in every room.
Each ship will feature 95 deluxe suites and staterooms and carry under 200 passengers, providing an imitate cruise experience. Accommodations will range from 183 sq. ft. to the one bedroom 466 sq. ft. Navigator Suite. 90% of the cabins will feature a balcony including the 269 sq. ft. Horizon staterooms.
The Horizon staterooms will feature a floor-to-ceiling glass wall that will open to to make the entire cabin a veranda.
Each stateroom will have five 110V power outlets and five USB ports.
All of World Navigator’s in-room bathrooms feature spa showers walled with mosaic tiles. Guests can choose one or a combination of rain shower, handheld showerhead and four adjustable bodyjets for a luxurious bathing experience.
World Navigator will start off by offering seven to 24 night cruises to the Holy Land, Black Sea, and Mediterranean Sea. The cruise ship will then head to the Caribbean for nine to 13 night itineraries before offering cruises to the Antarctic.