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Atlas Ocean Voyages announces  two new luxe-adventure itineraries

Atlas Ocean Voyages announces two new luxe-adventure itineraries

Two new luxe-adventure itineraries were unveiled today by Atlas Ocean Voyages, citing the success of its all-inclusive "MAX SHORE" experiences.

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The company is expected to launch cruise services onboard the World Navigator in 2021 and will sail seven to 24-night itineraries in the Holy Land, Black and Mediterranean Seas in summer 2021, followed by nine to 13-night itineraries in winter 2021/22 in the Caribbean, South America and Antarctica.

Two new MAX SHORE itineraries can be chosen by travelers: Magical Cappadocia-Russia to Israel or Hidden Histories & The Pamukkale Hot Springs. Every MAX SHORE starts on the ninth day of its arrival in Istanbul, Turkey, when the World Navigator arrives. Guests have the enviable opportunity to take a hot-air balloon to the sky for a flight over Geröme or Pamukkale.

The Cappadocia MAX SHORE focuses on the elegance of the Turkish countryside, while lesser-known antiques and the Salt Springs will be illustrated by the Pamukkale program. In Kepez, Turkey, guests then rejoin the World Navigator.

Alternatively, guests can decide to stay onboard the World Navigator and enjoy three days of local Istanbul shore excursions.

Guests on these adventures also will call at Novorossiysk, Russia; Batumi, Georgia; Paphos, Cyprus; and the Turkish ports of Sinop, Amasra, Bozcaada, Dikili, Kusadasi, Patmos, Bodrum, Marmaris, Fethiye, and Kekova Island and Demre.

An overnight stay in Sochi will provide guests with opportunities for excursions to Russia, while overnight stays in Masada (Ashdod) and Jerusalem (Haifa), Israel, will also give guests time to visit Holy Land sites; participate in a lively nightlife; and enjoy some shopping.

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