National Geographic Endurance Floats Out

Lindblad Expeditions Holdings celebrated the float out of National Geographic Endurance in Ulstein Verft, Norway on Saturday, December 7, 2019. The first polar newbuild for the line, the 126-guest vessel is fully stabilized with the highest ice class (PC5 Category A) of any purpose-built passenger vessel, according to a press release. The vessel is scheduledContinue reading “National Geographic Endurance Floats Out”

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Lindblad acquiring expedition ship for Galapagos cruises

Lindblad Expeditions Holdings has agreed to spend $18 million to acquire the Via Australis, an expedition ship that Lindblad will use for Galapagos Islands cruises, replacing the National Geographic Endeavour. The company expects to take possession of the ship in the second quarter of 2016 and deploy the ship in the third quarter following aContinue reading “Lindblad acquiring expedition ship for Galapagos cruises”

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Lindblad’s National Geographic Orion to cruise Europe

Lindblad Expeditions’ National Geographic Orion vessel will spend the spring, summer and fall on a series of one-week cruises in Europe. Itineraries include exploring Portugal, Spain, France, England, Ireland, Holland, Belgium, the Baltic republics and Scandinavia. “A ship like National Geographic Orion depends heavily on past guests, and a vast majority of her past guests have beenContinue reading “Lindblad’s National Geographic Orion to cruise Europe”

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