Atlas Ocean Voyages unveils its spring and summer 2022 itineraries

Atlas Ocean Voyages provided details of its spring and summer 2022 travel lineup on the new 196-passenger expedition vessel, Global browser. The line will offer 24 departures between March and November 2022. Global Navigator will travel on itineraries of six to 16 nights in the Arctic region, the British Isles, the Norwegian Fjords, Iceland, Greenland, the Baltic region, the Mediterranean Sea and Central and South America.

Three trips to South America will begin Global Navigator new season, from March 22, 2022, from Ushuaia, Argentina. These six- to 13-night trips offer a mix of towns and beaches with stops at the UNESCO-listed Brazilian sites of Paraty, Fernando do Noronha and Salvador de Bahia before the ship sets sail for the east on April 4 towards the tropical island of Tenerife.

Cultures of Iberian and French wine

Four trips of seven to 13 nights in April, June and September 2022 will carry cruisers to the Spanish region of Andalusia, the Bordeaux region in France and the Portuguese wine regions of the Algarve and Douro.

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Departure on April 17, 2022 from Tenerife, Canary Islands, a seven nights Global Navigator The itinerary will combine a visit to Casablanca, Morocco, with the Portuguese Algarve coast. A subsequent trip, also lasting seven nights, takes guests down the Guadalquivir River to stop inland from Seville, Spain, something only small ships can do, as well as Gibraltar, in the United Kingdom and on the Costa del Sol in Spain.

World Navigator will dock in the heart of London at Tower Bridge. // Tower Bridge Mohana-AntonMeryl / iStock / Getty Images Plus

Global Navigator The trips of June 7 and September 19, 2022 will combine visits to Bordeaux and the Douro Valley; the first departure will include the ship’s first foray on the River Thames, moored at Tower Bridge in central London, while the second voyage will include a transit through the Kiel Canal in Germany. Both trips will also stop in Honfleur, France, for trips to the beaches of Normandy and Paris. With its small size, the ship will also dock in Bordeaux city center for convenient access to the city and beyond.

Three eight- to 13-day trips in May 2022 will take customers to chic destinations along the Spanish, French and Italian Rivieras. The first two trips will turn to Civitavecchia (Rome). The start of May 1, 2022 will cover the three Rivieras.

The May 14, 2022 departure will focus on Corsica, the Amalfi Coast and the Sorrento Peninsula, while the May 31, 2022 trip will embark in Nice, France, and sail via the Spanish Catalan coast to Lisbon, Portugal. .

Ireland and British Isles

During Global Navigator Traveling to the British Isles and Ireland, avid golf cruisers can play some of the most renowned courses in the world. This will occur at most ports of call on two 13-night itineraries, departing June 17, 2022 and August 13, 2022.

Ports of call include Cork, Foynes, Galway and Kellybeg in Ireland; Londonderry and Warrenpoint in Northern Ireland; and Invergordon (Loch Ness) and Greenock in Scotland. These trips also overnight to Dublin, Ireland; Belfast, Northern Ireland; and Edinburgh (Leith), Scotland.

Norway, Iceland and Greenland

From the British Isles, Global Navigator will continue north to the Norwegian fjords and beyond to Norwegian Svalbard, located midway between the northern coast of Norway and the North Pole.

Colorful houses seen in Longyearbyen, the largest settlement and administrative center of Svalbard.

Atlas Ocean Voyages guests will visit Svalbard, Norway // Photo by Getty

In Svalbard, the ship’s expedition team will find the best places for guests to spot Arctic wildlife such as polar bears, walruses, bearded and ringed seals, arctic foxes, caribou and some of the biggest whales in the world.

Depending on the weather conditions, you will have the option of kayaking or glacier hiking on the Monaco or Smeerenburg glaciers. Guests on these trips will also earn membership in the Order of the Blue Nose, meaning they have crossed the Arctic Circle; Svalbard is located well to the north of this latitude.

Baltic discoveries

Atlas Ocean Voyages will offer two 12-night itineraries to Baltic destinations such as Riga, Latvia; Tallinn, Estonia; Helsinki, Finland; Stockholm, Sweden; and Gdansk, Poland.

Guests on Global NavigatorThe August 26, 2022 departure will transit through the 61 km Kiel Canal from Hamburg, Germany, to the Baltic Sea and also overnight to St. Petersburg, Russia. The September 7 round-trip itinerary from Kiel includes two nights in St. Petersburg, giving guests three days to explore the region and take day trips to Moscow or Star City, Russia.

Eco-cruise in South America

To end the season, Global Navigator will embark on five trips, ranging from seven to 12 nights. They will visit the southern Caribbean, Central America, as well as the Inca Highlands and Patagonia in South America.

Departure from Barbados on October 18, 2022, Global Navigator will take guests to the ABC Islands of the Netherlands (Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao), as well as Colombia and Panama, while subsequent navigation includes transit and overnight in the Panama Canal so that guests can depart for the Costa Rican eco. adventures.

The November 5, 2022 trip will take cruisers to Ecuador and Peru, and this trip ends with an overnight in Lima, Peru, while the following trip to Peru and Chile also begins with an overnight in Lima and includes a visit. in Pisco (Paracas Bay), where guests can taste the grape brandy that bears the town’s name.

Global Navigator The Spring / Summer 2022 season ends with a 12-night Patagonia expedition through the Strait of Magellan, from Valparaiso, Chile, to Ushuaia, Argentina. Guests will cruise through the English Passage and stop at Castro, Chile, with its colorful wooden houses on stilts. They will also call in Punta Arenas, Chile, to explore Tierra del Fuego.

The ship will stay overnight in Puerto Natalas, giving guests more time to immerse themselves in Torres Del Paine National Park, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve that is home to many diverse species of birds and mammals.

All customers traveling on Atlas Ocean Voyages will benefit from the line’s “All Inclusive All The Way” service, which includes free round-trip air travel from 16 major US and Canadian gateways, a choice of free shore excursion within each port, prepaid tips, premium wines and spirits, regionally inspired gourmet cuisine and more.

Travel counselors can take advantage of a limited time offer and earn a $ 200 gift card for each new reservation with a deposit made by May 31 for any of the Global Navigator new new spring and summer 2022 itineraries. All eligible bookings must be registered with Atlas by June 15, 2021. Travel counselors can find out more about the new offering at Atlas Advisor Central, an online resource for travel counselors. trips.

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