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Lindblad Expeditions Ship Reviews

National Geographic Sea Lion
National Geographic Sea Lion
Ranked #1 of 5 Lindblad Expeditions Ships
100% Loved It
  • Casual ambiance and flexible itinerary
  • Small expedition ship that's family friendly
  • New spa added with reasonably priced treatments
  • Launched: 1981; Passengers: 62
National Geographic Sea Bird
National Geographic Sea Bird
Ranked #2 of 5 Lindblad Expeditions Ships
100% Loved It
  • In-depth exploration of cruise region with educational focus
  • Onboard experts include naturalist, photographer and historian
  • Small ship with casual ambience and emphasis on socializing
  • Launched: 1981; Passengers: 62
National Geographic Endeavour
National Geographic Endeavour
Ranked #3 of 5 Lindblad Expeditions Ships
0% Loved It
  • True expedition ship that trolls the globe's waters
  • 11 onboard naturalists bring exotic locations to life
  • Photographers from Nat Geo on every sailing
  • Launched: 1966; Passengers: 110
National Geographic Explorer
National Geographic Explorer Slideshow
National Geographic Explorer
Ranked #4 of 5 Lindblad Expeditions Ships
0% Loved It
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  • Naturalists share their expertise aboard and ashore
  • Sails to destinations like the Arctic and Antarctic
  • Accommodations include balcony cabins and suites
  • Launched: 1982/2008; Passengers: 148
National Geographic Orion
National Geographic Orion
Ranked #5 of 5 Lindblad Expeditions Ships
0% Loved It
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  • Pros: Private yacht feel with highly personalised service and exceptional expedition experience
  • Cons: Recent refurbishment has disenfranchised some past passengers with loss of previous facilities
  • Bottom Line: Lavish by expedition standards, yet faithful to the Lindblad philosophy
  • Launched: 2003; Passengers: 106
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Lindblad Expeditions Member Reviews

100% Loved It

We did the seven night cruise on the National Geographic Sea Bird Explorer. This cruise goes from Juneau through to Sitka and in between visiting ... Read more
by SpineMD

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 ... Read more

by Tucsonan

If you are an independent traveler who likes to have some control of events, this is not the cruise for you. Unfortunately it is the only way to ... Read more

by albatross22

The Galapagos Islands are a special place. Located about 600 miles east of continental Ecuador, they contain many species and varieties of species ... Read more

by terran_explr

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 ... Read more

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