Who goes on Atlas Ocean Voyages cruise ships?
When Atlas launches World Navigator in 2021, the company will be targeting English-speaking North Americans who primarily hail from the United States and Canada. It's best for adventure-seekers who want a balance of play ashore and comfort onboard. The focus on adventure in port offers something for all tastes and abilities, from slow and steady to more amped up.
Do I have to dress up on a Atlas Ocean Voyages cruise?
No. Passengers can keep it casual and comfortable onboard. Resort casual is encouraged in the evening. No need to pack formal clothes: The line doesn't have structured formal nights.
Is everything free on Atlas Ocean Voyages cruises?
Atlas Ocean Voyages includes gratuities, alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages; round-trip intercontinental airfare from select U.S. and Canadian gateways; L’Occitane bath amenities, bathrobes and slippers; Wi-Fi; meals and snacks; entertainment and enrichment programs; as well as a free shore excursion in select ports on every itinerary. Butler service and a Champagne welcome is included for suites. You will pay extra for spa services and optional shore excursions.
What are Atlas Ocean Voyages’s most popular activities?
The onboard experience, which the company says is still being developed, will focus giving passengers to the opportunity to socialize and share stories of their landside adventures, perhaps over a craft coctkail. The land experience will be adventure focused with options like glamping in Petra or hang gliding in Rio.
Why go with Atlas Ocean Voyages?
A mix of luxury onboard along with offbeat, thrilling expedition ashore
Best for: Cruisers seeking active exploration to less-visited and far-flung destinations aboard a new, purpose-built ship.
Not for: Travelers who prefer traditional cruising on big ships or those who expect the largest selection of amenities and venues.