A woody aquatic scent for men is called Nautica Voyage from Nautica. In 2006, Nautica Voyage made its debut. Maurice Roucel is the perfumer behind this scent. Apple and Green Leaves make up the top notes, Lotus and Mimosa make up the middle notes, while Musk, Cedar, Oakmoss, and Amber make up the base notes. The Nautica Voyage is a cool, salty sea breeze that brings the seductive aromas of coastal plants and woods and awakens the man's innate need to test his strength against the wild natural world. This scent is for a passionate, energetic man who follows his own set of rules. TV host Caster Ouster house, a true romantic and skilled navigator, is the face of the fragrance. The song's opening notes are crisp, green notes of apples and foliage. In the middle of the song is a soft, dewy mimose, which is mixed with a watery lotus note and an intriguing yacht's linen sail concord. A base of woody notes, including cedar, moss, musk, and amber, supports the composition. Maurice Roucel is the man with the perfume's nose. The scents of the grass and the woodland are infused into a fresh salt mist in Nautica Voyage, reawakening the human instinct to gauge its power in the desert. A scent for diligent men who enjoy following their own rules. Caster Oster house, a television reporter who is genuinely in love with a gorgeous sailor, is the charming face.
A soothing green tone of foliage and apples opens the tune. There is a gentle mimosa, a bed in the middle, a blend of lotus water notes, and an intriguing ship linen harmony. Its base of wood, which blends cedar, musk, musk, and amber, is the basis of its composition. The perfume's creator is Maurice Roussel. The perfume debuted in 2006.