Lindblad Expeditions

Technical Details

  • Built Date 2009
  • Crew 28
  • Capacity 28
  • Length 37M

Cruise Category

  • Expedition Style
  • Purpose Built Vessel

Delfin II

Delfin II is a stately riverboat, built for the express purpose of exploring deep into the Peruvian Amazon at the headwaters of this mighty river—and doing so in modern tropical style. 10-person skiffs and kayaks are available for exploring. Images courtesy of Linblad

VESSEL FEATURES

Technical Details

  • Built Date 2011
  • Capacity 48
  • Length 70M

Cruise Category

  • Expedition Style
  • Purpose Built Vessel

Jahan

The riverboat Jahan is appointed in grand style, with large, gracious staterooms and luxurious touches. Built in 2011 from the ground up, every cabin has a private balcony and the ship’s public spaces offer a relaxed elegance for your Mekong tour. Images courtesy of Linblad.

VESSEL FEATURES

Technical Details

  • Built Date 1950
  • Capacity 48
  • Length 46M

Cruise Category

  • Expedition Style
  • Purpose Built Vessel

Lord of the Glens

 Classic luxury yacht Lord of the Glens is more stately country manor than five-star ship.  Air-conditioned/heated cabins feature ensuites, satellite TV, music system, hair dryer and safety deposit box.  Bicycles are on board and kayaks are available.  

VESSEL FEATURES

Technical Details

  • Capacity 96
  • Length 90M

Cruise Category

  • Expedition Style
  • Purpose Built Vessel

National Geographic Endeavour II

Exceptionally nimble and maneuverable, with a shallow draft to get up close, great viewing from all public spaces, an expansive open-air observation deck, large windows in cabins and suites, and state-of-the-art tools for exploration, National Geographic Endeavour II underwent a major refit for Galápagos service in 2016 with an all new forward lounge, library, gym & spa along with new fixtures and furniture in cabins, new suites and other amenities throughout.

VESSEL FEATURES

Technical Details

  • Capacity 148
  • Length 112M

Cruise Category

  • Expedition Style
  • Purpose Built Vessel

National Geographic Explorer

State-of-the-art Explorer has an ice-class A1 reinforced hull to navigate polar passages.  It carries 26 kayaks, 14 Zodiacs and inflatable rafts.  An undersea specialist operates a remotely operated vehicle.  Onboard are naturalists, experts in their field.  All cabins have ensuites and are air-conditioned.
 

VESSEL FEATURES

Technical Details

  • Built Date 1950
  • Capacity 48
  • Length 50M

Cruise Category

  • Expedition Style
  • Purpose Built Vessel

National Geographic Islander

Fully air-conditioned, National Geographic Islander has covered decks with hammocks, a spa, gift shop, library, lounge and full-service bar.  Cabins have ensuites, outside windows and are air-conditioned.  Exploration is by Zodiac and kayak with wetsuits and snorkelling gear available.

VESSEL FEATURES

Technical Details

  • Crew 75
  • Capacity 102
  • Length 103M

Cruise Category

  • Luxury Expeditions
  • Purpose Built Vessel

National Geographic Orion

 A fully stabilised ice-class vessel, National Geographic Orion is technically and aesthetically sophisticated. Exuding intimate luxury, the restaurant features signature menus by award-winning Australian chef Serge Dansereau.  Cabins feature ensuites, windows and air-conditioning.  Zodiacs, kayaks, snorkelling and scuba gear available.

VESSEL FEATURES

Technical Details

  • Crew 24
  • Capacity 62
  • Length 46M

Cruise Category

  • Expedition Style
  • Purpose Built Vessel

National Geographic Sea Bird

 Like twin sister ship Sea Lion, cabins in the Sea Bird have ocean views, ensuites and air-conditioning.  Expedition equipment includes bow camera, hydrophone, kayaks, Zodiacs, snorkelling gear, splash-cam, underwater video camera and video microscope.

VESSEL FEATURES

Technical Details

  • Crew 25
  • Capacity 62
  • Length 46M

Cruise Category

  • Expedition Style
  • Purpose Built Vessel

National Geographic Sea Lion

Facilities on the Sea Lion are identical to twin sister ship Sea Bird.  The amenities include a well-stocked library, full service bar, observation deck and a sun deck for relaxing.  The open bridge policy gives the opportunity to meet the captain and learn about navigation.


VESSEL FEATURES

Technical Details

  • Built Date 2017
  • Crew 35
  • Capacity 100
  • Length 73M

Cruise Category

  • Expedition Style
  • Purpose Built Vessel

Quest

The state-of-the-art National Geographic Quest, one of the latest additions to the National Geographic-Lindblad fleet, is the first expedition ship ever built from scratch in the U.S. This fully stabilized, nimble vessel was designed to meet the precise needs of our unique expeditions. It features the latest satellite and navigation technology, reinforced Zodiacs, a mudroom, and a superior viewing experience on decks and in common areas. The ship comfortably accommodates 100 guests in 50 spacious outside cabins.

VESSEL FEATURES

Technical Details

  • Built Date 2018
  • Crew 35
  • Capacity 100
  • Length 73M

Cruise Category

  • Expedition Style
  • Purpose Built Vessel

Venture

Built from scratch in the U.S., the state-of-the-art National Geographic Venture is the newest addition to the National Geographic-Lindblad fleet. This fully stabilized, nimble vessel was designed to meet the precise needs of our expeditions and features the latest satellite and navigation technology, reinforced Zodiacs, a mudroom, and a superior viewing experience on decks and in common areas. The ship comfortably accommodates 100 guests in 50 spacious outside cabins.

VESSEL FEATURES