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Pacific Coastal Expedition Cruises Cruise Reviews

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Cruise and Tour the Channel Islands

Review for National Geographic Sea Lion to Pacific Coastal

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ekjay
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

We chose this trip because we always wanted to see the Channel Islands as they are a National Park. This cruise was a great way to see several of the islands. ( Just to let you know, you need to add Channel Islands to your list of choices for where did I go). I like the way they are several choices for your daily excursions, hard, moderate, and easy. I did think the fall was a barren time of ...
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Sail Date: October 2018


Fabulous wildlife, especially orcas

Review for National Geographic Sea Bird to Pacific Coastal

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mesander2000
6-10 Cruises • Age 40s

As always with National Geographic/Lindblad the naturalists and navigators create an amazing wildlife experience. On this expedition we had extraordinary views of orcas, sealions, dolphins, porpoise, birds, and scenery, as well as lovely nature walks with beautiful views. The lectures onboard were interesting and well-informed. We enjoyed visits to Friday Harbor, Alert Bay, and Victoria. The ...
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Sail Date: September 2018


Base Camp Baja: Espiritu Santo

Review for National Geographic Sea Bird to Pacific Coastal

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T Douglas B
2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

My travel is, for the most part, independent so read what I have written here with that in mind. On occasion, I’ve tried a cruise or a guided tour in the hope that traveling with experts would enrich the experience even if it means being tied to a large group of travelers that may not share my interests. When I’ve done this, I’ve kept it short, understanding that if it is good, I can always go on ...
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Sail Date: January 2018


A Lewis and Clark Journey. Great time for the active adults.

Review for National Geographic Sea Lion to Pacific Coastal

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ledaebel
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

A lovely casual cruise for active adults. I did see some people who preferred the museums and other less active activities. Food was good but not French cuisine. You could ask for something not on the menu and they did their best to fill your request. The activities were plentiful, educational and all included in the price of the expedition. There was different levels of activities ...
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Sail Date: October 2017


Beautifully run cruise

Review for Stella Australis to Pacific Coastal

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Patagonia234
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

We selected this cruise to see wildlife and geology of the area with knowledgable guides in a small group setting. The excursions were well planned and quite interesting. The transportation and guides were very well organized. Cabins were spacious and comfortable for a ship this size. Service was excellent. The food was plentiful and quite pleasant although not the highlight of the trip. The ...
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Sail Date: February 2017


Outstanding adventure!

Review for National Geographic Sea Bird to Pacific Coastal

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gailed
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

For many reasons, to explore the landscape of the many islands, to swim and snorkel with the fish, and finally to hike the volcanic rocks. I simply loved the trip. I am an artist and I had the time to watercolor all the new landscapes that I observed. The unusual rock formations and gorgeous beaches took my breath away. We had the freedom to choose the activities of the day, and I choose to do ...
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Sail Date: December 2016


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