Lindblad Expeditions National Geographic Sea Bird Cruise Reviews

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Pretty much the only thing Lindblad's 62-passenger, 95-ton Sea Bird and a mainstream mega-ship have in common is the fact that they both float on water. Sea Bird is a utilitarian vessel, not a floating resort ...
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Tucsonan
Member Since 2010
3 reviews
3 helpful votes
The Sea Bird is an old (built 1981), small (62-passenger), quite basic expedition ship with little pretense of decor and the most cramped cabins I have ever seen. (The best bets are cabins 106, 214, and 217.) It bounces sickeningly in ... Read more
stlouislou
Member Since 2013
1 review
1 helpful vote
Sailed February 2013
The Editor's review of this ship is spot-on, so I won't repeat what she has written. I would like to add some thoughts based on our trip "Among the Great Whales" in February of 2013. We had a wonderful experience. The up close interaction ... Read more

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