Atlas Epicurean Expedition

With guest celebrity chef Christy Rost

September 2024

From $1999 per person

Join Celebrity Chef Christy Rost on an incredible Epicurean Expedition with Atlas Ocean Voyages aboard the beautiful World Traveller.  Christy will be your host onboard as you sail through Spain, France & Morocco on three itineraries, or combine cruises and get 15% OFF additional!

Atlas Epicurean Expeditions offer a one-of-a-kind culinary experience of far flung destinations, enriched by celebrity chefs and onboard culinary programs that will wow any foodie!

Atlas Ocean Voyages Epicurean Expeditions

 

Choose from 3 itineraries in Spain & France

With Celebrity Guest Chef Christy Rost

Nice to Palma de Mallorca | September 16, 2024 | 7 Nights

SEARCH FOR SECRET TREASURES

Explore the Côte d’Azur up close in Saint-Raphaël with the opportunity to play with marina water toys directly from the yacht. Enjoy the exclusive feel of Mahón, a natural harbor that can only be navigated by small vessels like ours. After exploring Antoni Gaudi’s Barcelona by day, head to Poblenou at night for the urban art scene with an extended evening in port. Docking mere steps away from Old Marseille and departing late from the port, head straight into adventure as you discover its crowning jewel, the Notre-Dame de la Gard Basilica. In the evening, look for Carry Nation, a speakeasy-style bar for a unique and exciting experience.

PRICING
$2499  Adventure Oceanview Stateroom  AO 
$2799 
Horizon Stateroom  A2
$2899 
Veranda Stateroom  B2
$2999 
Horizon Stateroom  A1
$3099 
Veranda Stateroom  B1
$3999 
Horizon Deluxe Stateroom  E1
$4199 
Veranda Deluxe Stateroom  E2
$5499 
Journey Suite  JS
$5699 
Discovery Suite  DS
$6099 
Navigator Suite  NS

 

Day 1 | Sep 16 | Nice, France 
Nice rises from the pebbled coast to lush hills, yet the heart of the city is located between the old port city and the Aeroport de Côte d’Azur. To take it all in, enjoy a jaunt on the Promenade des Anglais along the Mediterranean Sea. The Old Port, located in Vieux Nice (Old Nice), is a colorful and busy place, with various markets. There discover an ensemble of narrow streets, colorful architecture, and picturesque piazzas. Stretch out on Nice’s recognizable blue lounge chairs on one of its iconic beaches. Some of these private beaches, like the Blue Beach or the Castel Beach, are among the most glamorous beaches on the French Riviera.

Day 2 | Sep 17 | Saint-Raphael , France
Along France’s famed Côte d’Azur sits the resort town of Saint-Raphaël, filled with all the beauty of Mediterranean beaches and long-standing history. Its charming harbor surrounded by the forested hills of Massif des Maures creates a positively bucolic scene within a larger city. Admire the architecture of Basilique Notre-Dame de la Victoire, built from sandstone in the 19th century. The town is surrounded by entrancing landscapes, from the Calanque de Maubois to Massif de l’Esterel. Whether you choose to dive into these environments with an invigorating hike or a leisurely boat ride, you will likely experience a deep connection with nature.

Day 3 | Sep 18 | Toulon, France
Best known as a naval base and harbor for warships and submarines, the port city of Toulon’s maritime heritage is on display at the Musée National de la Marine. But the limestone mountains beyond hint at further adventure. Take a ride on the téléphérique du Faron for impeccable views. Once topside, discover the many hiking trails along Mount Faron. Down at Plage du Mourillon, enjoy a quintessential beach day. Nearby bars and restaurants offer food and drink to replenish your energy. Discover the bustle and color of the Cours Lafayette Market. Filled with stalls and vendors selling seasonal produce, local clothing, home goods and flowers, it’s a treasure trove.

Day 4 | Sep 19 | Marseilles (Aix-en-Provence), France
As your ship docks mere steps away from Old Marseille, its crowning jewel, Notre-Dame de la Gard Basilica, reaches into the sky to greet you. Pedal to Vieux Port, the city’s natural harbor, and take in the arts scene, shops and a traditional Marseillaise lunch, such as the classic bouillabaisse, a soup made with five different kinds of fish. Le Panier neighborhood, Marseilles’ oldest district, offers the perfect way to get lost in genuine culture. Meanwhile, in the nearby Aix-en-Provence, discover the picturesque Le Cours Mirabeau. Wander until you find the Atelier Cézanne, the art studio where famous post-impressionist painter Paul Cézanne created most of his works.

Day 5 | Sep 20 | At Sea
Spend the day on the high seas pampering yourself at the spa or enjoying some time on deck. Mingle with your fellow explorers and swap stories of your exploits, making plans for new ones together once you get to shore.

Day 6 | Sep 21 | Barcelona, Spain
The capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, Barcelona, lives up to its reputation as a center of grand architecture and inspiring art. Antoni Gaudi’s Park Guell displays architecture as art, making for a whimsical and colorful stroll through Barcelona. Stretching from La Rambla to Via Laietana you will find the Gothic Quarter, the city’s historic center with intricate medieval buildings and streets turned into modern bars, clubs, and restaurants. A short way up La Rambla you’ll come across La Boqueria, one of Europe’s largest and most famous food markets, filled with fruits, pastries, and many tasty samples of local fare.

Day 7 | Sep 22 | Mahon (Menorca), Spain
The capital of the Spanish island of Menorca, Mahón (or Maó), is well-known for its British-style Georgian houses and its sheltered natural harbor. The best way to appreciate the land’s beauty is by navigating it on a small vessel. When visiting Mahón, considered the birthplace of salsa mahonesa (better known as mayonnaise), you must sample the local fare. From fresh seafood to refreshing gin to delectable cheeses, it’s a foodie’s paradise. Support local artisans by shopping for the island’s famous Menorquinas or Avarcas, a specialty shoe once favored among the peasants for keeping their feet cool now turned into a fashion statement.

Day 8 | Sep 23 | Palma de Mallorca, Spain
You know you have arrived in Palma de Mallorca, a major city of the Balearics of Spain, when you are met with majestic limestone cliffs plunging into glimmering blue water. On shore, its rich history is evident in its wonderful buildings, castles, and cathedrals. Take in the landmark Gothic cathedral, La Seu, with its enormous rose window and its wrought-iron canopy over the main altar designed by famed Spanish architect Antonio Gaudí. Go for a run or bike ride along the seaside promenade that connects Palma de Mallorca to the neighboring villages of Portitxol and Es Molinar. Beyond the city, explore the lush Sierra de Tramuntana Valley, the island’s major mountain range and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Palma de Mallorca to Malaga | September 23, 2024 | 7 Nights

STRAY FROM THE BEATEN PATH

Stops in ports like Cartagena, Alicante and Almería bring you to destinations less traveled. Find your way to the Alicante Central Market to sample delicious, local seafood, produce, meat and other Spanish delicacies. Discover the Tabernas Desert of Almería, the setting of many Hollywood Westerns of the 1960s and 70s, with a late night in port. From this port, you can also venture to the famous Alhambra Palace of Granada, as well as the UNESCO-listed Albayzín. Departing late from Ibiza, head to the Ses Figueretes boardwalk at sunset amid a background of painters, performers and food vendors. Explore the Caves of Hercules near Cap Spartel just outside of Tangier’s city limits.

PRICING
$1999  Adventure Oceanview Stateroom  AO 
$2299 
Horizon Stateroom  A2
$2499 
Horizon Stateroom  A1
$2699  Veranda Stateroom  B2

$2899 
Veranda Stateroom  B1
$3299 
Horizon Deluxe Stateroom  E1
$3499 
Veranda Deluxe Stateroom  E2
$3999 
Journey Suite  JS
$4499 
Discovery Suite  DS
$5499 
Navigator Suite  NS

 

Day 1 | Sep 23 | Palma de Mallorca, Spain
You know you have arrived in Palma de Mallorca, a major city of the Balearics of Spain, when you are met with majestic limestone cliffs plunging into glimmering blue water. On shore, its rich history is evident in its wonderful buildings, castles, and cathedrals. Take in the landmark Gothic cathedral, La Seu, with its enormous rose window and its wrought-iron canopy over the main altar designed by famed Spanish architect Antonio Gaudí. Go for a run or bike ride along the seaside promenade that connects Palma de Mallorca to the neighboring villages of Portitxol and Es Molinar. Beyond the city, explore the lush Sierra de Tramuntana Valley, the island’s major mountain range and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Day 2 | Sep 24 | Ibiza, Spain
Dalt Vila, also known as Ibiza Town, is one of the Balearic’s most picturesque cities and a fabulous place to wander around. It’s home to an old port and historic city ramparts and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The island of Ibiza has some of the most beautiful and well-known beaches in the Mediterranean, including Ses Figueretes and Playa D’en Bossa. Wherever you choose to swim or sunbathe, you will find inviting clear blue waters and golden sands lined with beach bars. For a more relaxing excursion, head toward S’Espalmador, a small, uninhabited island between Ibiza and Formentera.

Day 3 | Sep 25 | Alicante, Spain
The area surrounding Alicante has been inhabited by people for more than 7,000 years, starting with the first tribes of hunter-gatherers of the region. Visit the Plaza de San Cristobal in Alicante’s Old Town where buildings dating back to between the 15th and 18th centuries display an array of architectural styles that show the city’s evolution. Overlooking the famous Playa del Postiguet, the Castillo de Santa Bárbara on Mount Benacantil offers exquisite views. Find your way to the Alicante Central Market to sample delicious, local seafood, produce, meat and other Spanish delicacies.

Day 4 | Sep 26 | Cartagena, Spain
Along the south of Spain on the Mediterranean coast sits Cartagena, founded in 227 BCE and inhabited for more than two millennia. From the 2,000-year-old Roman theater to the ARQUA Marine Archaeology Museum, it’s a place rife with stories for the curious mind to dive into. Driving down dirt roads about 30 minutes outside of Cartagena, you find yourself at the tip of Cape Tiñoso, where the impressive Batería de Castillitos resides. Bring yourself back to the present with shopping, bars, cafes and restaurants on Calle Mayor. While Cartagena only has one beach, Cala Cortina, it’s an oasis jewel located within a tiny cove.

Day 5 | Sep 27 | Almeria (Granada), Spain
With so much to see in the Andalusia region of Spain, Almería is often overlooked. But it holds an enchantment all its own, with fairytale castles amid colorful modern buildings. On Cabo de Gata Natural Park you find a spectacular beach of unspoiled sands and blue water with a backdrop of sand dunes, cacti and mountains. About 30 kilometers northwest of Almería you also find Desierto Tabernas, Europe’s only desert and setting of the famous Sergio Leone starring Clint Eastwood. Discover a local eatery in the quaint fishing town of Garrucha to sample the port’s famous red prawns, fresh-caught from the harbor.

Day 6 | Sep 28 | At Sea
Spend the day on the high seas pampering yourself at the spa or enjoying some time on deck. Mingle with your fellow explorers and swap stories of your exploits, making plans for new ones together once you get to shore

Day 7 | Sep 29 | Tangier, Morocco
A Moroccan port in the Strait of Gibraltar, Tangier has acted as the connection between Europe and North Africa since Phoenician times. It’s also a less-traveled port, so it offers a more authentic feel to city life in Morocco. Wander the medina to lose yourself in the maze of narrow streets leading to the Grand Socco marketplace. The Kasbah Museum, the old sultan’s palace restored to its former glory, contains a dazzling array of detailed maps, mesmerizing courtyards and signature Moorish architecture. Explore the Caves of Hercules, near Cap Spartel just outside of Tangier city limits.

Day 8 | Sep 30 | Malaga, Spain
The Spanish city of Málaga along the Mediterranean’s Costa del Sol combines the simple, cosmopolitan feel with the quiet sleepiness of local fishing villages. A dive into the past starts with the ruins of the Roman amphitheater, its ancient stones creating the path that leads to Alcazaba Castle. When the sun goes down, the party starts at Plaza de la Constitucion. Energy thrums through the city streets as the residents come out for the night. Make your way to Granada to visit the famous Alhambra Palace, an outstanding example of Moorish architecture that attracts travelers from all around the world.

Nice to Malaga | September 16 – 30, 2024 | 14 Nights

SHARE ENCHANTING MOMENTS

Explore the Côte d’Azur up close in Saint-Raphaël with the opportunity to visit a nearby olive oil mill, where you will learn about the rich history of its production here and enjoy a sampling. From Toulon, the renowned wine of Le Lavandou beckons at the Domaine de l’Anglade, an exclusive winery where you and your fellow connoisseurs can sample their exquisite rosé and other vintage. Join your fellow explorers on a Moroccan tea and bread experience in Tangier, discovering the secrets of making the perfect mint tea and gaining a greater appreciation for the shared ritual. Almería’s distinct Moorish architecture is accentuated by natural gems like Cabo de Gata, a wetland filled with sand dunes and saltpans that create a striking contrast to the surrounding volcanic mountains. UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Menorca’s Talaiotic culture and Antoni Gaudí’s wondrous architecture in Barcelona add another layer of exploration to this expedition.

PRICING
$2999  Adventure Oceanview Stateroom  AO 
$3399 
Horizon Stateroom  A2
$3499  Veranda Stateroom  B2
$3599  Horizon Stateroom  A1

$3699 
Veranda Stateroom  B1
$5199 
Horizon Deluxe Stateroom  E1
$5499 
Veranda Deluxe Stateroom  E2
$7199 
Journey Suite  JS
$7699 
Discovery Suite  DS
$8199 
Navigator Suite  NS

 

Day 1 | Sep 16 | Nice, France 
Nice rises from the pebbled coast to lush hills, yet the heart of the city is located between the old port city and the Aeroport de Côte d’Azur. To take it all in, enjoy a jaunt on the Promenade des Anglais along the Mediterranean Sea. The Old Port, located in Vieux Nice (Old Nice), is a colorful and busy place, with various markets. There discover an ensemble of narrow streets, colorful architecture, and picturesque piazzas. Stretch out on Nice’s recognizable blue lounge chairs on one of its iconic beaches. Some of these private beaches, like the Blue Beach or the Castel Beach, are among the most glamorous beaches on the French Riviera.

Day 2 | Sep 17 | Saint-Raphael, France
Along France’s famed Côte d’Azur sits the resort town of Saint-Raphaël, filled with all the beauty of Mediterranean beaches and long-standing history. Its charming harbor surrounded by the forested hills of Massif des Maures creates a positively bucolic scene within a larger city. Admire the architecture of Basilique Notre-Dame de la Victoire, built from sandstone in the 19th century. The town is surrounded by entrancing landscapes, from the Calanque de Maubois to Massif de l’Esterel. Whether you choose to dive into these environments with an invigorating hike or a leisurely boat ride, you will likely experience a deep connection with nature.

Day 3 | Sep 18 | Toulon, France
Best known as a naval base and harbor for warships and submarines, the port city of Toulon’s maritime heritage is on display at the Musée National de la Marine. But the limestone mountains beyond hint at further adventure. Take a ride on the téléphérique du Faron for impeccable views. Once topside, discover the many hiking trails along Mount Faron. Down at Plage du Mourillon, enjoy a quintessential beach day. Nearby bars and restaurants offer food and drink to replenish your energy. Discover the bustle and color of the Cours Lafayette Market. Filled with stalls and vendors selling seasonal produce, local clothing, home goods and flowers, it’s a treasure trove.

Day 4 | Sep 19 | Marseilles (Aix-en-Provence), France
As your ship docks mere steps away from Old Marseille, its crowning jewel, Notre-Dame de la Gard Basilica, reaches into the sky to greet you. Pedal to Vieux Port, the city’s natural harbor, and take in the arts scene, shops and a traditional Marseillaise lunch, such as the classic bouillabaisse, a soup made with five different kinds of fish. Le Panier neighborhood, Marseilles’ oldest district, offers the perfect way to get lost in genuine culture. Meanwhile, in the nearby Aix-en-Provence, discover the picturesque Le Cours Mirabeau. Wander until you find the Atelier Cézanne, the art studio where famous post-impressionist painter Paul Cézanne created most of his works.

Day 5 | Sep 20 | At Sea
Spend the day on the high seas pampering yourself at the spa or enjoying some time on deck. Mingle with your fellow explorers and swap stories of your exploits, making plans for new ones together once you get to shore.

Day 6 | Sep 21 | Barcelona, Spain
The capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, Barcelona, lives up to its reputation as a center of grand architecture and inspiring art. Antoni Gaudi’s Park Guell displays architecture as art, making for a whimsical and colorful stroll through Barcelona. Stretching from La Rambla to Via Laietana you will find the Gothic Quarter, the city’s historic center with intricate medieval buildings and streets turned into modern bars, clubs, and restaurants. A short way up La Rambla you’ll come across La Boqueria, one of Europe’s largest and most famous food markets, filled with fruits, pastries, and many tasty samples of local fare.

Day 7 | Sep 22 | Mahon (Menorca), Spain
The capital of the Spanish island of Menorca, Mahón (or Maó), is well-known for its British-style Georgian houses and its sheltered natural harbor. The best way to appreciate the land’s beauty is by navigating it on a small vessel. When visiting Mahón, considered the birthplace of salsa mahonesa (better known as mayonnaise), you must sample the local fare. From fresh seafood to refreshing gin to delectable cheeses, it’s a foodie’s paradise. Support local artisans by shopping for the island’s famous Menorquinas or Avarcas, a specialty shoe once favored among the peasants for keeping their feet cool now turned into a fashion statement.

Day 8 | Sep 23 | Palma de Mallorca, Spain
You know you have arrived in Palma de Mallorca, a major city of the Balearics of Spain, when you are met with majestic limestone cliffs plunging into glimmering blue water. On shore, its rich history is evident in its wonderful buildings, castles, and cathedrals. Take in the landmark Gothic cathedral, La Seu, with its enormous rose window and its wrought-iron canopy over the main altar designed by famed Spanish architect Antonio Gaudí. Go for a run or bike ride along the seaside promenade that connects Palma de Mallorca to the neighboring villages of Portitxol and Es Molinar. Beyond the city, explore the lush Sierra de Tramuntana Valley, the island’s major mountain range and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Day 9 | Sep 24 | Ibiza, Spain

Dalt Vila, also known as Ibiza Town, is one of the Balearic’s most picturesque cities and a fabulous place to wander around. It’s home to an old port and historic city ramparts and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The island of Ibiza has some of the most beautiful and well-known beaches in the Mediterranean, including Ses Figueretes and Playa D’en Bossa. Wherever you choose to swim or sunbathe, you will find inviting clear blue waters and golden sands lined with beach bars. For a more relaxing excursion, head toward S’Espalmador, a small, uninhabited island between Ibiza and Formentera.

Day 10 | Sep 25 | Alicante, Spain
The area surrounding Alicante has been inhabited by people for more than 7,000 years, starting with the first tribes of hunter-gatherers of the region. Visit the Plaza de San Cristobal in Alicante’s Old Town where buildings dating back to between the 15th and 18th centuries display an array of architectural styles that show the city’s evolution. Overlooking the famous Playa del Postiguet, the Castillo de Santa Bárbara on Mount Benacantil offers exquisite views. Find your way to the Alicante Central Market to sample delicious, local seafood, produce, meat and other Spanish delicacies.

Day 11 | Sep 26 | Cartagena, Spain
Along the south of Spain on the Mediterranean coast sits Cartagena, founded in 227 BCE and inhabited for more than two millennia. From the 2,000-year-old Roman theater to the ARQUA Marine Archaeology Museum, it’s a place rife with stories for the curious mind to dive into. Driving down dirt roads about 30 minutes outside of Cartagena, you find yourself at the tip of Cape Tiñoso, where the impressive Batería de Castillitos resides. Bring yourself back to the present with shopping, bars, cafes and restaurants on Calle Mayor. While Cartagena only has one beach, Cala Cortina, it’s an oasis jewel located within a tiny cove.

Day 12 | Sep 27 | Almeria (Granada), Spain
With so much to see in the Andalusia region of Spain, Almería is often overlooked. But it holds an enchantment all its own, with fairytale castles amid colorful modern buildings. On Cabo de Gata Natural Park you find a spectacular beach of unspoiled sands and blue water with a backdrop of sand dunes, cacti and mountains. About 30 kilometers northwest of Almería you also find Desierto Tabernas, Europe’s only desert and setting of the famous Sergio Leone starring Clint Eastwood. Discover a local eatery in the quaint fishing town of Garrucha to sample the port’s famous red prawns, fresh-caught from the harbor.

Day 13 | Sep 28 | At Sea
Spend the day on the high seas pampering yourself at the spa or enjoying some time on deck. Mingle with your fellow explorers and swap stories of your exploits, making plans for new ones together once you get to shore

Day 14 | Sep 29 | Tangier, Morocco
A Moroccan port in the Strait of Gibraltar, Tangier has acted as the connection between Europe and North Africa since Phoenician times. It’s also a less-traveled port, so it offers a more authentic feel to city life in Morocco. Wander the medina to lose yourself in the maze of narrow streets leading to the Grand Socco marketplace. The Kasbah Museum, the old sultan’s palace restored to its former glory, contains a dazzling array of detailed maps, mesmerizing courtyards and signature Moorish architecture. Explore the Caves of Hercules, near Cap Spartel just outside of Tangier city limits.

Day 15 | Sep 30 | Malaga, Spain
The Spanish city of Málaga along the Mediterranean’s Costa del Sol combines the simple, cosmopolitan feel with the quiet sleepiness of local fishing villages. A dive into the past starts with the ruins of the Roman amphitheater, its ancient stones creating the path that leads to Alcazaba Castle. When the sun goes down, the party starts at Plaza de la Constitucion. Energy thrums through the city streets as the residents come out for the night. Make your way to Granada to visit the famous Alhambra Palace, an outstanding example of Moorish architecture that attracts travelers from all around the world.

Malaga Las Palmas | September 30 – October 6, 2024 | 9 Nights

CULTURAL SERENADE

Join your fellow explorers on a Moroccan tea and bread experience in Tangier, discovering the secrets of making the perfect mint tea and gaining a greater appreciation for the shared ritual. In the iconic Casablanca, a cooking demonstration and lunch at the exquisite Umayya Restaurant invite you and your fellow connoisseurs to an immersive experience learning how to prepare mouthwatering Moroccan dishes. Known as a city of potters, Safi invites you to explore the great Moroccan tradition amid a world of colorful, delicate and artistic pottery pieces. The volcanic landscapes of La Palma lead the way to one of the Canary Islands’ wine cellars for a sampling of local vintage best shared with new friends. From San Sebastián, escape into the village of Arure, where local traditions continue strong and the people still practice El Silbo, a unique language created by native Canary Islanders deemed a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage.

PRICING
$2999  Adventure Oceanview Stateroom  AO 
$4486 
Horizon Stateroom  A2
$4486 Veranda Stateroom  B2
$4274 Horizon Stateroom  A1

$4274 
Veranda Stateroom  B1
$6186 
Horizon Deluxe Stateroom  E1
$5974 
Veranda Deluxe Stateroom  E2
$7461 
Journey Suite  JS
$7886 
Discovery Suite  DS
$8524 
Navigator Suite  NS

 

Day 1, Sept 30 – Malaga, Spain

The Spanish city of Málaga along the Mediterranean’s Costa del Sol combines the simple, cosmopolitan feel with the quiet sleepiness of local fishing villages. A dive into the past starts with the ruins of the Roman amphitheater, its ancient stones creating the path that leads to Alcazaba Castle. When the sun goes down, the party starts at Plaza de la Constitucion. Energy thrums through the city streets as the residents come out for the night. Make your way to Granada to visit the famous Alhambra Palace, an outstanding example of Moorish architecture that attracts travelers from all around the world.

Day 2, Oct 1- Tangier, Morocco

A Moroccan port in the Strait of Gibraltar, Tangier has acted as the connection between Europe and North Africa since Phoenician times. It’s also a less-traveled port, so it offers a more authentic feel to city life in Morocco. Wander the medina to lose yourself in the maze of narrow streets leading to the Grand Socco marketplace. The Kasbah Museum, the old sultan’s palace restored to its former glory, contains a dazzling array of detailed maps, mesmerizing courtyards and signature Moorish architecture. Explore the Caves of Hercules, near Cap Spartel just outside of Tangier city limits.

Day 3, Oct 2 – Casablanca, Morocco

Iconic in its own right, the Moroccan city of Casablanca is a pillar of the local culture before French colonization. Marrakesh, meanwhile, offers an abundance of classical, Moorish architecture and the breathtaking gardens of the Bahia Palace dating back to the 12th century. The energy hums amid the Central Market of Casablanca and your senses are enthralled at Marrakesh’s Jemaa el-Fnaa. The monumental Hassan II mosque is a triumph of traditional, Moorish architecture combined with innovations of the 20th century. Known for having the largest minaret in the world and towering above the Atlantic Ocean, it’s a magnificent sight from afar, but a closer look inside provides an even grander sight, as its glass floor gives way to views of the Atlantic beneath its foundations

Day 4, Oct 3 – Safi, Morocco

Located in Western Morocco along the Atlantic, Safi is a city that has been heavily influenced by Portuguese rule, as evidenced by a centuries-old fort that still stands today, Ksar El-Bahr. It’s also one of the oldest cities in the country, so it holds a great deal of rich history. But it is perhaps best known as a city of potters, as it is here you find colorful, delicate and artistic pieces of pottery that are part of a great Moroccan tradition. Le Plus Grand Tajine Du Monde stands as the largest tagine in the world, a feat crafted by 200 artisans. Wind your way through Safi’s medina, a lively atmosphere of vendors selling carpets, leather, pottery and lighting pieces. The Kechla ruins bring the past to life with its preserved architecture of ancient cannons, crenelated walls and spectacular towers.

Day 5, Oct 4 – At Sea

Spend the day on the high seas pampering yourself at the spa or enjoying some time on deck. Mingle with your fellow explorers and swap stories of your exploits, making plans for new ones together once you get to shore

Day 6, Oct 5 – Porto Santo, Madeira, Portugal

One of the small islands of the Madeira archipelago, Porto Santo is renowned for warm waters, a long sandy beach and exceptional dive sites and has come to be known as the Golden Island. The island’s capital, Vila Baleira, holds a great deal to explore, from its main square Largo do Pelourinho to the Infante Gardens. Porto Santo’s main beach with the same name is by far its most popular and iconic landmark, rumored to have curative powers. For a more thrilling adventure, take a GeoSafari tour navigating mountain terrain.

Day 7, Oct 6 – Funchal (Madeira), Portugal

The lava-formed landscapes of the island of Madeira call out to explorers to discover its lush scenery and rugged coastlines. The island’s capital and biggest town, Funchal, offers invigorating adventures like an elevated cable car ride ascending the green slopes up to Monte for incredible sky-high views. As you rise to the top you see a sprawling, lively city and at the end of the ride, the Madeira Botanical Gardens await with enchanting flora. You can find your way back down with a wooden toboggan ride. For the full Madeira experience, visit the Old Blandy Wine Lodge, a winery that has been in business for over 200 years.

Day 8, Oct 7 – Santa Cruz (La Palma), Canary Islands, Spain

With a historic quarter declared a Historic-Artistic Site, Santa Cruz de la Palma offers colonial homes and paths that invite you to wander through the Canary Islands’ past. Take an invigorating uphill hike to the 17th-century Santuario de la Virgen de las Nieves, La Palma’s prime landmark. Over at Maroparque, animal lovers can revel in the rescue center. Displaying an array of wildlife, this small zoo invites you to let out your inner child. Along Playa de Santa Cruz de la Palma, you find a contrasting scene of black-sand beach against a backdrop of verdant hills, a vibrant image you’ll want to get lost in.

Day 9, Oct 8 – San Sebastian (La Gomera), Canary Islands, Spain

Sitting along the golden coasts of the Basque Country, San Sebastián offers a seaside allure that pairs beautifully with its culinary culture. Whether enjoying pintxo bar hopping for delicious tapas or savoring the flavors of oysters with txakoli, a lightly sparkling white wine, the local delicacies are sure to inspire and delight your palate. Explore Mercado de La Bretxa, where the vendors claim Spain’s top chefs source their ingredients. Head over to Playa de la Concha to watch the local surfers in the city’s favorite pastime. Ride the vintage funicular to the top of Mount Igueldo for breathtaking, panoramic views. Wander through the Old Town and Plaza de la Constitución to connect with the locals and San Sebastián’s rich history.

Day 10, Oct 9 – Las Palmas (Gran Canaria), Canary Islands, Spain

One of Spain’s Canary Islands off the northwest coast of Africa, Gran Canaria is best known for its black lava and white sand beaches. Its capital, Las Palmas, offers some of the best beaches on the island with shorelines bordered by coral barriers that shelter swimmers. Make the trek up to the neighborhoods of San Nicolas and San Juan for remarkable views of the homes below. Within the capital’s heart you can find the Pueblo Canario, a replica of a traditional Canarian village where you can learn about the island’s culture and how it has evolved.

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ALWAYS INCLUDED:

  • FREE cultural immersion
  • FREE gourmet dining with ever-changing menus
  • FREE unlimited beverages, including fine wines, spirits and craft beers
  • FREE open bars and lounges, including 24-hour bar service with specialty canapés
  • FREE stocked in-room minibar
  • FREE specialty coffees, teas and fresh-pressed juices
  • FREE afternoon and high tea
  • FREE champagne and gourmet canapés during meet and greet
  • FREE 24-hour room service, including spirits, wine and beer
  • FREE L’OCCITANE bath amenities
  • FREE pre-paid gratuities
  • FREE use of walking sticks and binoculars
  • FREE reusable water bottle
  • FREE butler service and expanded room service menu in suites

NOT INCLUDED:

AIRFARE


ACCOMMODATIONS

World Voyager features three decks of guest accommodations, totaling 98 suites and staterooms that range in size and spaciousness to suit your priorities. All feature cinematic ocean views. Nearly all include balconies. And the interior décor is selected with a designer’s eye. Enjoy the perfect balance of rugged days and indulgent nights on board World Voyager.  All Staterooms Include: Private Juliet or walkout balcony or ocean views, queen bed, elegant private marble bath, a walk-in glass shower with rain head, body jets and a handheld shower, walk-in closet and wardrobe or single closet, flat-screen TV, and state-of-the-art “infotainment” system.

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OUR FAR & WIDE INCLUSION

A WARM & FRIENDLY WELCOME
• Every luxe-adventure expedition is a bon voyage with details that make guests feel right at home
• Chilled champagne welcome in suites • Fresh-cut flowers

ABSOLUTE RELAXATION & COMFORT
• Permission to indulge and luxuriate on board with supreme amenities • L’Occitane bath products
• Terrycloth robe and slippers

EXCEPTIONAL SERVICES
• Never lift a finger with singular attention designed to give guests the easiest journey ever
• Turndown service and treats every night • Butler service in suites • Twice-daily housekeeping service

FOR EVERYDAY CONVENIENCE
• Careful considerations available in every suite and stateroom • Standard wireless
internet service around the entire ship • 24/7 room service* • Nightstands equipped with
the necessary tech (110/220 voltage + 5 USB ports)

* 24/7 room service available for all guests. However, these services may be limited during peak dining times for stateroom accommodations.

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DEPOSITS/FINAL PAYMENTS: Full payment is due at time of reservation. All fares are subject to fuel/tax increases.  We will need a copy of your proof of citizenship and birthdates for each passenger.  

CANCELLATION: The following cancellation charges (cruise cancellation fees per guest) will be assessed for all cancellations received from booking date until the scheduled date of departure:

  • Deposit – 121 Days Prior to Departure: $250 Per Person Administration Fee
  • 120 to 91 Days Prior to Departure: 25% Cancellation Fee
  • 90 to 76 Days Prior to Departure: 50% Cancellation Fee
  • 75 to 46 Days Prior to Departure: 75% Cancellation Fee
  • 45 to 0 Days Prior to Departure: 100% Cancellation Fee
    A 100% cancellation fee will be imposed for non-appearance at the port of cruise embarkation at the scheduled time of departure.

Legal full names must be given as stated on passports. (No nicknames).

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: YOUR REQUIRED PASSPORT MUST BE VALID 6 MONTHS AFTER THE RETURN OF YOUR CRUISE. “PASSPORT CARDS” ARE NOT VALID FOR OVERSEAS TRAVEL. If you are not an American Citizen, you are responsible to have proper documentation to enter any of the ports of call. Failure to do so may result in denied boarding. If you reside outside of the US or Canada, please check with your consulate to see if you need a visa or visas. If you do not have proper paperwork, you could be denied boarding. A good resource is www.cibt.com. Please be diligent as Norwegian must abide by government rules and we do not want you to miss your cruise.

INSURANCE: Cancellation insurance is highly recommended. Insurance information will be provided to you. If you have not been given an insurance application, please call our office immediately. Please read the information brochure carefully and call us to book your insurance.

RESPONSIBILITY: SHARON CARR TRAVEL is not the source or supplier of the travel services included in this package and they act solely as an agent for the actual suppliers of such service and assume no liability for providing the travel services purchased. SHARON CARR TRAVEL will not be liable regarding provision of medical care or the adequacy of any care that may be rendered. Acceptance of the Tour Contract will serve as a Release of Liability and Assumption of Risk Agreement. This agreement is binding on your heirs, legal representatives and assigns. SHARONCARRTRAVEL is not liable or responsible for any client who has not pro- vided proper documentation to enter the countries listed on the booked itinerary. If, for some reason, a trip must be rescheduled due to any of the above reasons, participants are bound by the new dates of travel, and can only obtain a refund if insurance has been purchased and insurer is contractually bound. SHARON CARR TRAVEL IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR WEATHER-RELATED OR MECHANICAL DELAYS. Any out of pocket expenses caused by airline delays are the sole responsibility of the client and any refunds due are at the sole discretion of the airline. Client must contact the airline directly for any reimbursement. Once again, INSURANCE IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

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