Atlas Ocean Voyages Redeploys World Navigator to Egypt, Greece
Middle Eastern and Mediterranean time zones are now available in the new World Navigator app for iPhone and Android devices, and customers in those regions are able to use the World Navigator app to find the correct time in both the Eastern and Western time zones.
Atlas Ocean Voyages, a luxury cruise and luxury yacht charter company, announces the launch of a new brand-building program in Egypt and Greece. The program will involve the deployment of new World Navigator sailboats to both markets.
Atlas Ocean Voyages, a luxury cruise ship line, recently redecorated its MS Queen Elizabeth II cruise ship to celebrate the crown’s 20 year service. The company decided to incorporate an Egyptian theme into the ship decor, since the MS Queen Elizabeth II cruises around the world. The design team worked with the ship’s designer, Wilkinson PLC, to create a design that would best represent the destination of Egypt, Greece, and other areas in the Mediterranean.
Atlas Ocean Voyages, a new luxury brand of adventure cruises, has announced its itinerary to the Holy Land for the summer of 2023 with voyages departing from Greece and Egypt and starting at 4am. August replaced.
The safety and health of our guests and employees is our top priority, said Alberto Aliberti, President of Atlas Ocean Voyages.
Although we would like to make our first trips to the Holy Land this summer, the geopolitics of the region do not allow it in any meaningful way. However, we have launched World Navigator flights to Egypt and the Greek islands to offer travellers a new, unique choice of exclusive and one-of-a-kind experiences in true luxury adventure style.
The 9,300 gross ton, 196 passenger World Navigator will sail alternately between Athens (Piraeus) and Cairo (Alexandria), Egypt. The five new itineraries, ranging from seven to 12 nights, include UNESCO World Heritage sites in nearly all 14 ports of call and include multiple nights in Cairo or Mykonos, Greece.
During the inaugural flight of the 4. In August, guests will enjoy a celebratory dinner and party on the Giza Plateau overlooking the pyramids, which will be illuminated at night exclusively for World Navigator guests.
Atlas offers the All Inclusive All The Way package, which includes free round trip airfare, a choice of excursions in each port, pre-paid gratuities, premium drinks and more. Click here for more information.
Because of its small size, the World Navigator can call at small ports that larger ships cannot reach. Free excursions include Ano Mera, perhaps the most traditional village in Mykonos; a visit to Akrotiri in Santorini, one of the top ten archaeological sites in the world; the National Museum of Alexandria and its legendary library.
Guests wishing to deepen their knowledge of Egyptian and Greek heritage can opt for high-quality guided land tours covering the main sights of Alexandria, Cairo, Luxor and Athens.
All shore excursions and land tours are conducted in small groups led by experienced and certified local guides and in full-size buses with less than 50% occupancy. Wireless headphones allow guests to stay at a distance while hearing the guides’ commentary. Atlas Ocean Voyages, a unit of the parent Atlas Group, has just deployed a new fleet of World Navigators in Egypt and Greece. Atlas Ocean Voyages is the world’s leading cruise ship operator. In 2013, Atlas Ocean Voyages became the first cruise line to offer a custom-built embarkation portal at universities in the U.S. and Europe, which are built around the World Navigator platform.