Gentlemen, it’s time to step up your travel game. Atlas Ocean Voyages, known for its cutting-edge yacht expedition cruising, introduces its newest addition to the fleet, World Voyager. This 198-guest expedition yacht is set to dominate the 2023/24 Antarctica season, offering a unique blend of style, technology, and adventure.

World Voyager is not just about sailing; it’s about conquering. The vessel is Polar Category C- and Ice Class 1B-certified, meaning it can take on the icy waters of Antarctica with ease. It boasts two Rolls Royce 9,000 kw hybrid diesel/electric engines and advanced 3D forward-looking sonar (FLS) technology, ensuring optimal safety as it navigates through ice fields, harbors, and rivers.

But World Voyager isn’t all brawn. She’s also a beacon of style. Before joining the Atlas fleet, she will undergo a sophisticated style refresh that draws inspiration from Scandinavian design. Light ash wood tones contrast with marble accents, creating a space that’s both airy and elegant. The dining room, renamed Madeira, will offer a top-notch culinary experience, while the lecture hall, now named the Ferdinand Magellan Auditorium, will provide enriching talks.

Madeira Restaurant on World Voyager
Madeira restaurant on World Voyager
Ferdinand Magellan Auditorium on World Voyager
Ferdinand Magellan Auditorium on World Voyager

Atlas Ocean Voyages is also breaking new ground with the introduction of their Fly and Cruise Expeditions option. This new offering eliminates the lengthy Drake Passage crossing by including air departures from Punta Arenas, Chile, resulting in a streamlined journey to Antarctica.

World Voyager represents a new era in expedition cruising—one where cutting-edge technology, luxury, and adventure coexist. Whether you’re a thrill-seeker, tech-enthusiast, or simply a gentleman of refined taste, World Voyager is set to deliver an unparalleled cruising experience.

With the introduction of World Voyager, Atlas Ocean Voyages solidifies its status as a leader in the realm of yacht expedition cruising. As the company’s President and CEO James Rodriguez stated, the demand for their two expedition yachts in Antarctica has exceeded all expectations. The addition of a third vessel is a testament to their commitment to providing guests with unparalleled travel experiences, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in luxury expedition cruising.