Atlas opens the 2023-2024 Antarctic season to two ships for sale
Atlas Ocean Voyages opened its Antarctic Winter 2023-2024 season for sale today.
From November 2023 to March 2024, World Navigator and World Traveler will return to Antarctica as passengers can choose from 23 voyages, ranging from nine to 20 nights, nearly all departing from Ushuaia, Argentina.
The World Navigator will offer trips to the Antarctic Peninsula while World Traveler will embark on more comprehensive Antarctic regional expeditions.
“World Navigator and World Traveler offer the perfect combination of adventure and luxury on an Antarctic expedition,” said Alberto Aliberti, President of Atlas Ocean Voyages. “Atlas focuses on boots-on-land, water-based expeditions that travelers may have waited a lifetime to experience. With Atlas, travelers can start at the top of their bucket list for an immersive and transformative expedition to Antarctica.
On World Navigator and World Traveler Antarctica expeditions, passengers can expect up to two daily excursions from the ship, depending on weather and sea conditions, the company said.
The World Navigator will offer 13 departures to Antarctica from November 9, 2023. Passengers can choose from nine- and 11-night itineraries focusing on the South Shetland Islands and the Antarctic Peninsula. Guests will enjoy four days to explore Antarctica on nine-night voyages, while 11-night voyages offer six days of cruising the region and crossing the Antarctic Circle to become members of the Order of the Blue Nose. Both itineraries also include a scenic cruise to Cape Horn, Chile, the southernmost point of South America.
At the end of the season, World Navigator will embark on March 15, 2024 for a special 14-night itinerary that combines the Falkland Islands and the islands of South Georgia and the South Sandwich.
The World Traveler will offer immersive 13, 16 and 20 night expeditions that offer a combination of the Antarctic Peninsula, South Shetland Islands, Diego Ramirez Islands, Falkland Islands and South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands. Almost all of World Traveler’s Antarctica expeditions include a passage through the Lemaire Channel, considered one of the most spectacular Antarctic landscapes ever traveled, and venturing through the Antarctic Circle.