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Atlas Ocean Voyages Announces Details on World Navigator Ship Cabins

By ,   December 16, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

Combining comfort and elegance, the suites and staterooms of Atlas Ocean Voyages (Mystic Cruises) provide passengers relaxation after a day of excitement. When the World Navigator ship launches in 2021, vacationers will bask in her 98 deluxe suites and staterooms, all with an ocean view and most with a private balcony.

Adventurous guests can choose among 7 general categories of accommodations, ranging from 183-square-feet Adventure Staterooms to the signature one-bedroom, 466-square-feet Navigator Suite. All accommodations feature decor infused with European sophistication and incorporate modern technological conveniences. They also include deluxe bath amenities, hairdryer, slippers and plush robes, daily make-up and turndown service, a stocked refrigerator, digital safe, still and sparkling water (replenished twice per day), and ample storage. 

Nearly 90% of the accommodations include verandas, including the 269-square-feet Horizon stateroom, which has a floor-to-ceiling glass wall with an upper panel sliding open to make the entire spot a veranda. The living room-veranda hybrid design offers 23% more interior space than the traditional 269-square-feet Veranda staterooms, though both provide breathtaking vistas while guests are exploring Antarctic waters or adventuring in the Black Sea and Holy Land. 12 Adventure Staterooms offer a view of the ocean via a large picture-frame window.

World Navigator cruise ship

Each World Navigator stateroom has a queen-size bed that can be separated into 2 twin beds facing an interactive flat-panel screen, offering an expansive line-up of on-demand and live television, movie, music and audio programming, along with Bluetooth connectivity for tablets and smartphones. Each stateroom also has a desk with a chair, while the Veranda and Horizon staterooms provide a sitting area with a coffee table and plush loveseat. 5 USB ports and five 220V and 110V outlets are placed throughout the stateroom so travelers have options for where they'd like their devices to rest while charging.

World Navigator also boasts ten one-bedroom suites. The Journey Suite offers 382 square feet of space; the Discovery Suite - 445 square feet; and the Navigator Suite - 466 square feet. All suites feature a double-wide, 106-square-foot veranda, furnished with teak chairs, tables, and sun loungers to enjoy relaxation or al fresco dining. Each suite offers 2 closets and the bedroom and living room each include an oversized, interactive flat-panel TV, along with the amenities found in the aforementioned categories. Additionally, vacationers can choose among 2 Junior Suite configurations, one with floor-to-ceiling Horizon window (opening to make the entire 300-square-foot suite into a veranda), and the other with an exterior veranda.

All of the ship's in-room bathrooms boast spa showers that are walled with mosaic tiles. Passengers can choose one or a combination of a rain shower, handheld showerhead and 4 adjustable body jets for a luxurious bathing experience. Shampoo, conditioner, body wash, handwash, and hand lotion are offered via a partnership with L'Occitane. The Navigator Suite and Discovery Suite offer his-and-hers sink as well as a separate water closet. The Navigator Suite also boasts a bathtub.

World Navigator will start sailing exhilarating itineraries in the middle of 2021. In 2022 and 2023, she will be joined by sisterships World Adventurer, World Seeker, and World Traveller.