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12 Days Nights ✦ Venice to Valletta
Aug 15, 2023  On Board World Navigator

Days12 Nights

11 Ports

2 Sea Days

Overnights

Aegean Sea

Bon Voyage!

ESCAPE INTO EXPLORATION
12 Days Nights ✦ Venice to Valletta
Aug 15, 2023  onboard World Navigator

Days12 Nights

11 Ports

2 Sea Days

Overnights

Aegean Sea

Unforgettable Journey. Memories of a Lifetime.

Please join me and my team on this spectacular 12-night port-intensive, all-inclusive intimate yacht cruise of the Aegean Sea. Starting with a 3-night pre-cruise hotel in Venice aboard the luxurious World Navigator.

As some of you have traveled with me before, I know that you count on us for personalized, world-class adventures, show-stopping experiences, and unmatched value with thousands of dollars in savings.

Call us today at 1-866-765-WAVE
to reserve your spot.

Sanjay Goel, PRESIDENT
Cruise Connections Canada

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ESCAPE INTO EXPLORATION
12 Days Nights ✦ Venice to Valletta Cruise + 3-Night Pre-Cruise Hotel + 2-Night Post-Cruise Hotel (Optional) (Vancouver & Toronto gateways only)
Aug 15, 2023  On Board World Navigator New Ship

Days12 Nights

11 Ports

2 Sea Days

Overnights

Aegean Sea

Inclusions

  • FREE Air* (from Vancouver & Toronto gateways)
  • FREE 3-Night Pre-Cruise Hotel + 2-Night Post-Cruise Hotel (Optional) (Vancouver & Toronto gateways only)
  • FREE 3-Night Pre-Cruise Hotel + 2-Night Post-Cruise Hotel (Optional) (Vancouver & Toronto gateways only)
  • FREE
  • FREE Unlimited Beverages
    (including Fine Wines & Premium Spirits)
  • FREE In-room mini-fridge stocked daily with your preferences
  • FREE Specialty Dining
  • FREE Pre-paid Gratuities
  • FREE WiFi (One Device/Stateroom)
  • FREE Onshore Cultural Event
  • All Taxes & Fees
  • PLUS Travel Insurance
    (Trip Interruption & Cancellation)
    NO AGE LIMIT
    PRE-EXISTING CONDITION WAIVED
    NO MEDICAL QUESTIONNAIRE

    See: Insurance Coverage Summary / Resolution Policy
    Emergency Medical Evacuation Insurance
PRICES
Cruise Connections Exclusive Price (CAD)
  Stateroom Sale Fare
(from / per person)
Savings
(up to / per couple)
Extra Shipboard Credit
VERANDA
Greet the day with mimosas on your private balcony and enjoy comfortable convenience.

270 SQF
$23,623
$9,799 (Vancouver)
$9,799 (Toronto)

+ $/Person Taxes & Fees
$27,648
per stateroom

Enjoy the European touch of a Juliet balcony, as well as direct access to the Activity Deck and restaurant below.

270 SQF
$XXXX
$ XXXX (Toronto)
$XXXX (Vancouver)

+ $/Person Taxes & Fees
$XXXX
per stateroom

Select from inviting and roomy staterooms highlighted by ocean views and sea breezes from your walk-out balcony.

300 SQF
$XXXX
$XXXX (Toronto)
$XXXX (Vancouver)

+ $/Person Taxes & Fees
$XXXX
per stateroom

Greet the day with mimosas on your private balcony and enjoy comfortable convenience.

$
$
$

+ $/Person Taxes & Fees
$
per stateroom
* Free Air from Vancouver & Toronto gateways. Low air also add-on available for other gateways. Call for details.
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ITINERARY
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Venice, Italy
The iconic image of Venice shows a city with no roads, only canals, including the Grand Canal thoroughfare most often associated with it. That’s because it’s built on over 100 small islands in a lagoon amid the Adriatic Sea. In the heart of the city close to Piazza San Marco you will find the Bridge of Sighs, an architectural jewel amid so many historical wonders. Venetian cuisine is renowned throughout Italy for its high-quality seafood. Positioned within a lagoon, local chefs and restaurants have the advantage of fresh-caught fish directly from the source and bringing it straight to their tables.

Rovinj, Croatia
Rovinj has become one of Croatia’s more visited destinations, and rightly so. With plenty of natural wonders, crystalline waters at stunning beaches and cobblestone paths leading to rich history, the city has earned a place on every traveler’s bucket list. The winding, medieval streets of Old Town mingled with modern-day boutiques and cafes creates a harmonious balance of past and present. Located along the Istrian Peninsula, it offers a breathtaking view of the ocean, especially from the Golden Cape. Crystal blue waters beckon and entice you to jump in for a refreshing swim or dive in for an exciting shipwreck excursion.

Pula, Croatia
Called terra magica (magical land) in Roman times, Pula is very much influenced by its Italian heritage. The most famous sight in Pula is the Roman Amphitheater, known simply as the arena. Built during the first century CE and completed under the reign of Emperor Flavius, this amphitheater is the sixth largest in the world. The Forum, where the Temple of Augustus stands, was once the main square in Roman times and is still a bustling piazza today with its many cafes. While the main central temple is unfortunately long gone, the back wall of the Temple of Diana can still be seen.

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

Sibenik, Croatia
You’ll know you’ve arrived somewhere special from the moment you stroll along the Sibenik promenade. Surrounded by epic views of the islands just off the coast, it may just take the throne as the best city in Dalmatia. For an even more impactful view, pedal the path that runs along St. Anthony’s Channel. At the end of the trail, reward yourself with a selfie at the UNESCO masterpiece of the Fortress of St. Nicholas. Fans of the television series Game of Thrones will recognize this as the city of Braavos. If you prefer real-life fantasy, journey to Krka National Park, where a wonderland of thundering waterfalls awaits you.

Dubrovnik, Croatia
Along the Adriatic Sea in southern Croatia lies Dubrovnik, a city well-known for its 16th-century Old Town. Filled with enchanting historic sites and containing a sense of stories past, the Croatian city has rightly earned its place among the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Delve into the fantastical side of the city as you tour the streets that have become part of cinematic history. Take a break from the historic for a relaxing beach day with a quick ferry ride to the nearby Lokrum Island. Delve deep into the local culture with wine and delectable platters of meat and cheese.

Monopoli, Italy
Not far from Bari is the hidden treasure of Monopoli. This secret gem of Southern Italy will capture your heart as it has done to so many others. Like many towns on the Adriatic, Monopoli has been thoroughly influenced by its strategic location. Originally settled in 500 BCE, the town fell under different rulers, beginning with the Roman Empire. Today it’s a beautiful coastal city teeming with gorgeous piazzas and charming winding streets. At the center of Monopoli you’ll find the Basilica of the Madonna della Madia, a large Roman Catholic Cathedral, and Piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi, where you can enjoy an espresso with the locals.

Saranda (Butrint), Albania
The horseshoe-shaped bay of Saranda on the Albanian Riviera lies between the Ionian Sea and rolling hills of olive groves. When visiting, the Butrint National Park should hold a spot on your bucket list. This UNESCO World Heritage Site and Ramsar Wetland Site of International Importance holds the remains of a city from the Roman Empire, a scenic lagoon and breathtaking mountains. Surrounded by beaches and a promenade, Saranda is a quintessential Mediterranean destination when you’re looking for a simple yet elegant experience. Wander over to the secluded natural bay of Mirror Beach on the way to Ksamil village.

Gallipoli, Italy
Once a part of ancient Greece, the fishing village of Gallipoli now sits as part of Italy’s Puglia region. Still used by fishing boats, you’ll find a bounty of fresh seafood and waterfront dining. At Palazzo Granafei, you have the opportunity to delve underground and explore ancient olive oil presses. Find more history at Gallipoli’s Old Town, constructed on an island now connected to the mainland by a charming bridge. Gallipoli’s fishing traditions remain alive not only in their economy and cuisine, but everywhere in the everyday. Walking down Corte Gallo, you find a display of barrels, fishing nets, old tools and traps along the house walls.

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

Syracuse (Noto), Sicily, Italy
Syracuse holds many wonders for the venturesome traveler seeking something far from the ordinary. From archaeological parks to World War II battlefield remnants to the Plemmirio Nature Reserve, the vast and diverse environment contains any level of challenge for the explorer at heart. It holds 2,700 years of history with influence from other cultures like Spanish, Greek, Norman, and Arabic that have made a mark on their cuisine. It is also a gateway to various small villages that are perfect for a leisurely stroll through local history. Among the most notable is Noto, the “Baroque Capital” of the world. This UNESCO-protected city holds all the charms of small-town living on the island.

Gozo | Valleta, Malta
Gozo, Malta Arrive: 7:00AM Depart: 12:00PM
Valletta, Malta Arrive: 3:00PM OVERNIGHT

The Mediterranean Island Gozo is one of 21 that make up the archipelago nation of Malta. But it’s perhaps best known as Calypso’s Isle, as described in Homer’s The Odyssey. With scenes of fishing villages, serene bays and verdant landscapes among rolling hills with small farms, it offers a quaint backdrop for a quieter adventure. But Gozo also offers ancient ruins and historic landmarks like the ?gantija Temples, one of the island’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a Neolithic limestone structure. Near the port of Mgarr is a popular beach for snorkeling and a secluded day of relaxation, Mgarr ix-Xini.


The capital of Malta, Valletta, is a treasure trove of architecture and art. The sight of this fortress city immediately astounds the senses. For the pop culture aficionado, Valletta’s scenery served as the backdrop for the Streets of Flea Bottom in HBO’s hit series Game of Thrones. Along the Grand Harbor travelers can capture spectacular views of the deep blue of the Mediterranean Sea. As you walk along its limestone streets gazing at the colorful apartments, it is easy to get lost in wanderlust.

Valletta, Malta
The capital of Malta, Valletta, is a treasure trove of architecture and art. The sight of this fortress city immediately astounds the senses. For the pop culture aficionado, Valletta’s scenery served as the backdrop for the Streets of Flea Bottom in HBO’s hit series Game of Thrones. Along the Grand Harbor travelers can capture spectacular views of the deep blue of the Mediterranean Sea. As you walk along its limestone streets gazing at the colorful apartments, it is easy to get lost in wanderlust.
DATE PORT ARRIVAL DEPARTURE
Jun 17 Sat Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy 8:00 AM 6:00 PM
Jun 18 Sun Capri, Italy 7:00 AM 4:00 PM
Amalfi (Ravello), Italy 7:00 PM
Jun 19 Mon Amalfi, Italy 11:59 PM
Jun 20 Tue Stromboli Volcano – Scenic Navigation 12:00 PM
Jun 21 Wed Syracuse (Noto), Sicily, Italy 8:00 AM 11:00 PM
time change -1hr (1hr fwd)
Jun 22 Thu At Sea (Ionian Sea)
Jun 23 Fri Zakinthos, Greece 8:00 AM 6:00 PM
Jun 24 Sat Katakolon (Olympia), Greece 7:00 AM 8:00 PM
Jun 25 Sun At Sea
Jun 26 Mon Chania, Crete, Greece 8:00 AM 6:00 PM
Jun 27 Tue Santorini, Greece 7:00 AM 9:00 PM
Jun 28 Wed Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey 8:00 AM 11:00 PM
Jun 29 Thu Mykonos (Delos), Greece 8:00 AM 11:00 PM
Jun 30 Fri Piraeus (Athens), Greece 8:00 AM ****
ON BOARD EXPERIENCE
ASHORE ADVENTURE
Onboard Lifestyle
ALWAYS INCLUDED
World Navigator
World Navigator was conceived with the sensibilities of an explorer – one who believes the world is best experienced up close, while still leaving the destination untouched. She realizes the possibilities of environmental stewardship with the latest hybrid power management and propulsion system, maximizing fuel efficiency and consuming as low as one-fifth the fuel compared to conventional cruise-ship systems. Her alternate hydro-jet propulsion system helps her quietly cruise up to five knots without disturbing marine wildlife for incomparable, up-close encounters. This is how you can best enjoy the world and protect it for others. And as the intimate, yacht-style World Navigator quietly nestles into the amazing, remote and rugged locations on your itinerary, you’ll wonder why anyone would roam any other way.

Experience Once in a Lifetime and Intimate Yacht-Style Cruising with Atlas Ocean Voyages

ON BOARD

Throughout your voyage, your days at sea and nights between explorations are spent in relaxed luxury with attentive service aboard Atlas' intimate, yacht-style ships World Navigator and the newest addition to their fleet, World Traveller.

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ASHORE ADVENTURE

Dive into immersive experiences throughout captivating and remote destinations with Atlas Ashore. Choose from an array of optional land excursions and programs that bring you closer to local cultures and create intimate moments for more meaningful travel.

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When you choose the Atlas experience, you choose intimate, yacht-style expeditions where thoughtful details are carefully considered and always included.

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Limited-time Offer. Advertised prices in CAD per person based on double occupancy. New bookings only and may not be combinable with other offers and promotions. **Savings are “up to”, per couple and included in advertised fares. Gov’t taxes & fees included.

Economy Roundtrip Air is from select Canadian gateways. Low air add-on available for other gateways. Call for details. Some airline-imposed personal charges, including but not limited to baggage, priority boarding, and special seating, may apply.

Transfers are extra charges unless otherwise noted. Call for details

Perks (Drinks, prepaid gratuities are based on 1st and 2nd guests in a stateroom). Pre or post-cruise hotel applies to select voyages and select gateways.  Call for details.

Basic, limited WIFI included and is one device per stateroom.  Speed may also vary based on destination.

Antarctica – Includes 2 NTS pre cruise hotel in Buenos Aires.  Transfers included from Hotel/Airport in Buenos Aires (from Vancouver & Toronto gateways).  Roundtrip private charter included from Buenos Aires to Ushuaia.  Expedition landings*, Zodiac Safaris* (and Polar Plunge* – 1 per voyage) are based on available landings, schedule and weather. 

RISK-FREE Refundable Reduced Deposit applies to voyages outside of final payment (121 or 131 days prior to departure based on voyage). Penalty starts at (including deposit and any applicable admin fee) 120 or 130 days prior to departure based on voyage.

‡Travel Insurance (Trip Cancellation & Trip Interruption) is group insurance administered by Travel Guard Group Canada, Inc. and underwritten by AIG Insurance Company of Canada. The Summary of Coverage contains reductions, limitations, exclusions, termination provisions and sanction wording. The cost of the insurance is included in the price of the cruise, and the price cannot be reduced for those who reside where coverage is not available or who are not medically able to travel. Emergency medical coverage is available at additional cost. Travel insurance included is not available to residents of Quebec.

Emergency Medical Evacuation Insurance is provided by Atlas Ocean Voyages. 

Cruise line reserves the right to charge a fuel supplement without prior notice, including on fully paid bookings. All offers, rates & sailings subject to change & availability at time of booking. Promotion is capacity controlled and may be pulled out at any time without prior notice. Certain restrictions apply.

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