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Atlas dangles free pre-cruise tour with summer 2021 bookings

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World Navigator will sail seven- to 24-night cruises in its inaugural summer
For a limited time, Atlas Ocean Voyages is offering a free pre-cruise tour with every new booking for World Navigator’s summer 2021 inaugural-season voyages.

'Atlas is already one of the industry’s most inclusive travel experiences and our complimentary pre-cruise tour will help travelers make the most of their return to travel,' President Alberto Aliberti said.

The one- to four-night immersive land tours pair with World Navigator's Holy Land, Black and Mediterranean seas and South America cruises. Examples include the vibrant Ukrainian capital city of Kiev, antiquities in the Jordanian desert, Greece’s rugged Peloponnese region, some of Tuscany's top vineyards, Lisbon’s thriving urban culture and Manaus in the Amazon rain forest. 

Combinable with 'Max Shore' voyages

Additionally, travelers who book an Atlas 'Max Shore' sailing will get both the free pre-cruise tour and the included Max Shore overland adventure. Max Shore voyages are certain consecutive itineraries that bundle in a free two- to five-night, mid-voyage overland tour.

World Navigator will sail seven- to 24-night cruises in its inaugural summer. Twelve complimentary pre-cruise tours are spread across 10 departures in the Holy Land, Black and Mediterranean seas and South America. Some departures provide two pre-cruise tour options, while those from Piraeus (Athens), Civitavecchia (Rome) and Lisbon offer three options.

Newbuild World Navigator was recently floated out at WestSea Viana

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