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National Geographic Sea Lion
Ranked #1 of 8 Lindblad Expeditions Ships
75% Loved It
  • Onboard photo experts and naturalists
  • Casual ambiance and flexible itineraries
  • Small expedition ship built for intimate access to waterways
  • Launched: 1981;  Passengers: 62
National Geographic Endeavour
Ranked #2 of 8 Lindblad Expeditions Ships
40% 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 Orion
Ranked #3 of 8 Lindblad Expeditions Ships
100% Loved It
  • 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
National Geographic Explorer
Ranked #1 of 8 Lindblad Expeditions Ships
100% Loved It
  • 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 Sea Bird
Ranked #2 of 8 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
Lindblad II
Ranked #4 of 8 Lindblad Expeditions Ships
New Ship
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  • Launched: Spring 2018;  Passengers: 100
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