Atlas Ocean Voyages is preparing to reveal the spring-summer 2022 deployment of its World Navigator ship.
With departures between March-November 2022, the vessel will sail 6- to 16-night itineraries in the Arctic, British Isles, Iceland, Greenland, the Norwegian Fjords, Baltic, Mediterranean, Central and South America.
In tandem with the brand new deployment, Atlas Ocean Voyages is introducing Future Cruise Certificates - open bookings secured with a deposit for a future sailing.
Additionally, the adventure cruise brand is matching travelers’ deposits when they buy an Atlas Future Cruise Certificate through May 16 and redeem their certificate for a spring-summer World Navigator 2022 cruise.
Called Reserve and Receive, the new offer effectively amounts to a US$1000-1500 savings per stateroom/suite, respectively. World Navigator’s spring-summer itineraries for next year will be detailed on May 17.
Guests who buy Atlas Future Cruise Certificates until May 16, 2021, will have their deposits matched by the cruise line when they redeem it for any spring-summer 2022 cruise aboard World Navigator. Future Cruise Certificates can be purchased with a US$500 deposit per passenger for staterooms and US$750 per passenger for suites, based on double occupancy. Travelers do not have to decide on a specific cruise now but have until March 31, 2022, to apply the Future Cruise Certificates to an applicable voyage.
The 2021-built MS World Navigator cruise ship is a newbuild passenger vessel designed for operations in the polar regions (Arctic and Antarctica). The vessel is owned by Mystic Invest (via the subsidiary Mystic Cruises) and operated under charter by Nicko Tours (subsidiary) and other small cruise companies. The shipbuilder is WestSEA (shipyard in Viana do Castelo, Portugal).