19 May 2022 // 2 minute read
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World Traveller's Construction Well Underway at Viana do Castelo
Mystic Invest' soon-to-be most-recent addition to their fleet, the World Traveller, sees it's construction well underway at Viana do Castelo, as our visit to the shipyards today photographically documents. The World Traveller is scheduled to be delivered to Atlas Ocean Voyages, the american branch of Mystic Invest, later this year. Atlas has just finished a successful season with World Navigator in Antartica, with the ship beeing featured in many magazines and reports that indicate a good service and results overall.
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The World Traveller is under construction at WestSEA Shipyard, in Viana do Castelo and features an ice-strengthened hull, to allow for safe and certified navigation in the colder antartic waters. She is the fourth of a class of seven ships all built in Portugal for the Mystic Invest Group, with three already operating: World Explorer (currently under charter to Rivages du Monde), World Voyager (Nicko Cruises - the german brand of Mystic) and World Navigator (Atlas Ocean Voyages). Joining Atlas this Winter is the World Traveller, with World Seeker (2023), World Adventurer and World Discoverer (2024) all set to join Atlas aswell. World Traveller's cruising callendar is already up for viewing and sale in Atlas Ocean Voyages' official website, with many highlights, including the April-November 2023 season, including East South American adventures in Peru or Chile, Ecuador, Panama, or countries farther up north like Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Colombia, The Grenadines, Barbados and the Southwest Caribbean, or ports alongside the African port, or famous European destinations such as the Canaries and Madeira Archipelagos, Morocco, Continental Spain and Portugal, France (including Le Palais, Le Verdon-sur-mer and Honfleur which can mostlyu only be visited by smaller cruise ships) or the United Kingdom. She will also be visiting the Fjords and the Artic.
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