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Atlas Ocean Voyages taps entertainment, land tours pros

Sean O'Shea and Alyssa Logan are both world travelers with extensive shipboard and shoreside experience
Atlas Ocean Voyages appointed entertainment headliner Sean O’Shea as World Navigator’s inaugural entertainment director and Alyssa Logan as adventure and club director to manage land programs and future cruise sales.

Both will be aboard World Navigator when it enters service Aug. 4 for an inaugural Egypt and Greek Isles season with departures alternating from Piraeus and Alexandria.

'Sean and Alyssa are both accomplished cruise ship executives and they will play integral roles in solidifying World Navigator’s lively and fun on-board and immersive shoreside experiences,' Atlas President Alberto Aliberti said.

Sean O'Shea

O'Shea brings more than 20 years of shipboard and shoreside experience. He has traveled the world, headlined in major shoreside venues, served as cruise director on multiple small luxury ships and performed in the large theaters on many cruise vessels. He's adept at working with production teams, musicians and technical staff from diverse cultures and backgrounds.

Alyssa Logan

Logan, who previously served as North American sales manager for Atlas, is also an industry veteran who has led land programs on six continents. Her shipboard roles have included land programs manager, future cruise consultant and cruise director for multiple luxury cruise brands. On World Navigator, she'll arrange land programs and help travelers book their next cruise with exclusive on-board booking savings.

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