ATLAS OCEAN VOYAGES 2022 | WHAT’S NEXT? | ANTARCTICA AND MORE..

Good Morning and Happy Holidays Cruise Fans! Have you browsed the Atlas Ocean Voyages itineraries for 2022? There are so many exciting destinations Atlas has to offer! Take a look at this interview with Alberto Aliberti and learn more about…

ATLAS OCEAN VOYAGES 2022 | WHAT'S NEXT? | ANTARCTICA AND MORE..

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Good Morning and Happy Holidays Cruise Fans!
Have you browsed the Atlas Ocean Voyages itineraries for 2022? There are so many exciting destinations Atlas has to offer! Take a look at this interview with Alberto Aliberti and learn more about these fantastic voyages!

Time Stamp:
00:00 – Intro
00:33 – Atlas Ocean Voyages News
01:00 – Antarctica Inside Scoop
01:43 – Private Charter
02:59 – Weather In Antarctica (Drake’s Passage)
03:48 – Going Ashore (Zodiac + Landwall)
04:38 – Polar Plunge
05:20 – Apparel In Antarctica
05:52 – What To Look Forward To With Atlas In 2022
06:49 – Wrap Up

An Excerpt From Porthole.com on The World Navigator by Steve Leland

A staple of any luxury cruise vacation is the cuisine and World Navigator does not disappoint. A focus on regionally inspired cuisine served in an all-inclusive style wherever you dine makes for a delightful culinary experience that’s delicious and convenient.

The main dining room, aft on deck four called Porto, pays homage to the line’s roots in Portugal and offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with a choice of indoor and al fresco seating. Breakfast fare includes a continental buffet and items ordered a la carte. Dark wood paneling coupled with abstract-patterned carpeting and furniture creates an elegant, but understated atmosphere. The outdoor section of the restaurant is even more pleasant with 180-degree ocean views and dark metal furniture with wooden slats and very comfortable white cushions.

Every other day Porto transforms into Alma, an eatery with a menu that reflects the soul of the cruise line’s Portuguese heritage. Alma, which means ‘soul’ in Portuguese, aims to serve dishes prepared using core Portuguese culinary traditions and artisanal techniques with ceramic jars and other cultural cookware.

At 7Aft Grill, guests are in for a wholly unique chophouse dinner experience. The restaurant is the first at sea to use a cooking method called “jospering” which originated in Barcelona in 1969 and has grown into a renowned charcoal preparation method. The technique involves a combination grill-oven which provides all the flavor of a charcoal grill with the even-cooking ability of an oven. Carnivores hungry after a day exploring will love the high-quality cuts of meat and fresh seafood. Read our full review of 7Aft here.

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