Keyword: Lindblad-National Geographic Expedition
Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic christened its newest ship, the National Geographic Venture. When it begins its official season, the Venture will sail in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. More here.
The vessel to go on the journey is the first polar build in the line’s history. With a total of six decks, National Geographic Endurance has over 10,000 square feet of glass to frame the polar scenery. Check out more.
Lindblad Expeditions increased the scope of its agreement with National Geographic to cover the whole of North America. Learn more on the companies’ strategies moving forward.
Luxury lines and small-ship operators take clients to small towns such as Sitka. Here are some more off-the-beaten-path destinations to check out.
The 5-day Basecamp Channel Islands voyage will include both adventure and wellness experiences in the remote Channel Islands. Here’s more.
The new week-long Wild Galápagos Escape includes five days exploring the islands, as well as daily activities like hiking, snorkeling, and kayaking. Here’s more.
With 2017 drawing to a close, Travel Agent talked with multiple consortia leaders, travel agency owners, travel agents and industry experts and asked: “Who are the most innovative, influential or trendsetting cruise leaders or personalities out there in the cruise industry?” See who made the list.
Lindblad Expeditions' newest ship has embarked on its inaugural voyage from Juneau. Find out where else the ship is headed.
Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic has cancelled the July 7 and July 15 cruises of National Geographic Quest, following a quirky accident that damaged the vessel.
Where should clients go on a small-ship ocean cruise and why? Read on for all the answers.