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LINDBLAD EXPEDITIONS

For more than 50 years, Lindblad Expeditions has been sailing to captivating places near and far in pursuit of discovery, bringing along adventurous travelers to share in the thrill of uncovering the world’s wild secrets. With every voyage we undertake, our core belief is reinforced: that our planet holds infinite potential—for new experiences, enhanced knowledge, and increased understanding of our role in protecting its trove of natural and cultural treasures.


LINDBLAD EXPEDITION SHIPS: National Geographic Resolution | National Geographic Endurance | National Geographic Explorer

National Geographic Resolution


National Geographic Resolution, is named to honor the second voyage of the legendary Captain James Cook.

A fully-stabilized vessel of the highest ice class (PC5 Category A), she will enable adventurous guests to go where few have or can. National Geographic Resolution's most striking exterior feature is her distinctive profile, the patented X-Bow®, a game-changing design that guarantees the smoothest, most comfortable ride in all kinds of conditions; and since it eliminates bow impact, a quieter ride, as well.

An equally impressive feature may well be her capacity: she carries just 138 guests, a commitment to expedition excellence over scale. Scandinavian-inflected, luxuriously appointed, her inviting interiors would be a destination in themselves. Because she is a Lindblad expedition ship, however, her attention is focused on the world outside—with acres of window glass to keep you connected to the stunning views beyond the pane, and a fleet of expedition tools to get you out exploring.




Enjoy Exclusive Amenities When You Book a Suite
The suites aboard the Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic fleet are your elegant retreat at sea, featuring spacious living areas and incredible views that immerse you in the beauty of your marine surroundings. Now, booking one of these beautifully appointed accommodations comes with even more benefits. Our new Suite Exclusives package gives guests staying in eligible cabins* access to an array of amenities and perks designed to enhance your on-board experience and help make your voyage all the more memorable.
  • Welcome gift
  • Priority booking for spa treatments**
  • Priority booking for igloo stays***
  • In-room espresso maker
  • Complimentary laundry

CABINS

All cabins are outward-facing and feature large windows. All are equipped with climate control, an expedition command center—including tablets, multiple electrical and USB outlets, a TV, barometer, a National Geographic Atlas, and more—a mini refrigerator, small safe, and robes. Bathrooms are outfitted with a rain shower and directional showerhead, botanically inspired products, and a hair dryer. Enjoy luxury linens and pillows, as well as complimentary insulated water bottles.

Cabin Category 1

Category 1 cabins, located on the Fore Deck, can be configured with two single beds or one double bed. They feature an armchair, writing desk and chair, two bedside tables, window alcove seating, and a closet with ample storage.



Cabin Category 2

Category 2 cabins, located on the Fore Deck, can be configured with two single beds or one double bed. They feature a two-seat sofa, writing desk and chair, two bedside tables, window alcove seating, and a closet with ample storage.



Cabin Categories 3 & 4

Categories 3 and 4 cabins, located on the Main and Lounge Decks, can be configured with two single beds or one double bed. They feature a balcony outfitted with two chairs, a table, and a hammock; convertible sleeper sofa; writing desk and chair; two bedside tables; and a closet with ample storage.



Cabin Category 5

Category 5 cabins, located on the Bridge Deck, can be configured with two single beds or one double bed. They feature a balcony outfitted with two chairs, a table, and a hammock; convertible sleeper sofa; writing desk and chair; two bedside tables; and a closet with ample storage.



Cabin Category 6

The Category 6 junior suite, located on the Bridge Deck, can be configured with two single beds or one double bed. The balcony, which extends the full length of the cabin, is outfitted with two chairs, a table, and a hammock. The spacious junior suite features a slender privacy wall with TVs on either side, a separate vanity area, convertible sleeper sofa, writing desk and chair, two bedside tables, and a closet with ample storage.



Cabin Category 7

Category 7 suites, located on the Bridge Deck, can be configured with two single beds or one double bed. The balcony, which extends the full length of the cabin, is outfitted with two chairs, a table, and a hammock. The spacious suites feature a slender privacy wall with TVs on either side, a separate vanity area, convertible sleeper sofa, writing desk and chair, two bedside tables, and a walk-in closet with ample storage. The bathroom includes a double vanity and bathtub, in additional to the rain shower. Plus—all suites have an extra half-bath.



Cabin Categories Solo A & B

Category Solo A cabins, located on the Main Deck, and Solo B cabins, located on the Lounge Deck, are configured with one single bed. They feature a balcony outfitted with a chair, a table, and a hammock; writing desk and chair; and a closet with ample storage.




THE BRIDGE DECK

The high-tech Bridge is adapted to accommodate every guest aboard, enabling you to share the thrill of being underway. Learn from the Captain and officers and scan the horizon for wildlife with naturalists from one of the best viewpoints aboard the ship—the Bridge is always open.



THE MAIN DECK

Restaurant 270º on the Main Deck features wrap-around views and provides a window on vital expedition team members: our galley staff as they prepare your meals. This dining area—like all others aboard our ships—features sustainable choices, local where possible, and unassigned, flexible, inclusive seating.



THE OBSERVATION DECK

The Observation Deck keeps you connected to the outside world with its floor-to-ceiling windows and easy outdoor access points. The ship's second restaurant—Tupaia's—offers early riser breakfast, light fare for lunch, and a 24-hour hot beverage station. Follow the course of the ship on the interactive electronic chart table, catch up on reading during days at sea, or enjoy a nightcap with fellow guests at the bar.



THE LOUNGE DECK

The Lounge Deck's Ice Lounge, with its signature Lindblad Circle of Truth at the center, is where the daily ritual of Recap—convening, sharing knowledge, and anticipating tomorrow—takes place over cocktails and canapes, with engaging presentations or undersea videos lighting the screens. It's also home to the Photo Studio, where all guests can rent OM System gear, with our compliments.



THE EXPEDITION DECK

As its name suggests, the Expedition Deck is home to the equipment and amenities needed for exploration off ship. The spacious Basecamp offers warm, ‘welcome home' storage for your expedition gear; Zodiacs and kayaks are stored in the Garage; and the newly-designed loading bays allow our fleet of Zodiacs to be deployed quickly—ultimately maximizing your time ashore.



THE IGLOOS & HOT TUBS

Originally intended as solarizing units for the adjacent infinity hot tubs, the igloos quickly became such an acclaimed feature that guests can now book an overnight stay (on a first-come, first-serve basis). It is a one-of-a-kind experience to lie on a superb mattress under a froth of cozy duvet, warmed by twin hot-water bottles in the traditional Scandinavian way, as you gaze out at impossible polar beauty, or up at never-before-seen polar stars.



THE SANCTUARY

The Sanctuary features amenities and services to jumpstart the day or relax after exploring ashore. Every morning, our wellness specialists offer a stretch class in the Yoga Studio; twin saunas—Nordic and Tropic—boast glass walls for soaking in million-dollar views; and enjoy massages, facials, and other wellness treatments in the two massage rooms during days at sea. The Fitness Studio features state-of-the art equipment, including free weights, weighted balls, kettle balls, treadmills, and ellipticals.



THE SCIENCE HUB

There is so much still to know and learn from the regions we travel to. We have always facilitated research projects, and now National Geographic Resolution provides a ‘lab' for researchers needing to stretch grant dollars to get to key sites and do their vital work. Guests gain a front-row seat on ongoing science and connect with interesting researchers.



TUPAIA'S

Tupaia's, named after the great Polynesian navigator, offers an early riser breakfast as well as lighter, made-to-order lunch fare and custom grilled selections prepared on the outdoor barbecue. Enjoy both indoor and outdoor seating thanks to the outdoor wind-protected seating and infrared heaters. Plus—all guests will be hosted at the Chef's Table, an innovative approach to private dining.



THE LOUNGE DECK

Cozy up around one of the two firepits outside of the Ice Lounge. With real, heated flames from the firepits, protection from the wind, and additional overhead infrared heaters, enjoy great views of the surrounding landscapes.




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National Geographic Endurance


The first new polar build in Lindblad's 50-year history, National Geographic Endurance is named to honor explorer Ernest Shackleton and his legendary Transantarctic Expedition.

A fully-stabilized vessel of the highest ice class (PC5 Category A), she will enable adventurous guests to go where few have or can. National Geographic Endurance's most striking exterior feature is her distinctive profile, the patented X-Bow®, a game-changing design that guarantees the smoothest, most comfortable ride in all kinds of conditions; and since it eliminates bow impact, a quieter ride, as well.

An equally impressive feature may well be her capacity: she carries just 138 guests, a commitment to expedition excellence over scale. Scandinavian-inflected, luxuriously appointed, her inviting interiors would be a destination in themselves. Because she is a Lindblad expedition ship, however, her attention is focused on the world outside—with acres of window glass to keep you connected to the stunning views beyond the pane, and a fleet of expedition tools to get you out exploring.




Enjoy Exclusive Amenities When You Book a Suite
The suites aboard the Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic fleet are your elegant retreat at sea, featuring spacious living areas and incredible views that immerse you in the beauty of your marine surroundings. Now, booking one of these beautifully appointed accommodations comes with even more benefits. Our new Suite Exclusives package gives guests staying in eligible cabins* access to an array of amenities and perks designed to enhance your on-board experience and help make your voyage all the more memorable.
  • Welcome gift
  • Priority booking for spa treatments**
  • Priority booking for igloo stays***
  • In-room espresso maker
  • Complimentary laundry

CABINS

All cabins are outward-facing and feature large windows. All are equipped with climate control, an expedition command center—including tablets, multiple electrical and USB outlets, a TV, barometer, a National Geographic Atlas, and more—a mini refrigerator, small safe, and robes. Bathrooms are outfitted with a rain shower and directional showerhead, botanically inspired products, and a hair dryer. Enjoy luxury linens and pillows, as well as complimentary insulated water bottles.

Cabin Category 1

Category 1 cabins, located on the Fore Deck, can be configured with two single beds or one double bed. They feature an armchair, writing desk and chair, two bedside tables, window alcove seating, and a closet with ample storage.



Cabin Category 2

Category 2 cabins, located on the Fore Deck, can be configured with two single beds or one double bed. They feature a two-seat sofa, writing desk and chair, two bedside tables, window alcove seating, and a closet with ample storage.



Cabin Categories 3 & 4

Categories 3 and 4 cabins, located on the Main and Lounge Decks, can be configured with two single beds or one double bed. They feature a balcony outfitted with two chairs, a table, and a hammock; convertible sleeper sofa; writing desk and chair; two bedside tables; and a closet with ample storage.



Cabin Category 5

Category 5 cabins, located on the Bridge Deck, can be configured with two single beds or one double bed. They feature a balcony outfitted with two chairs, a table, and a hammock; convertible sleeper sofa; writing desk and chair; two bedside tables; and a closet with ample storage.



Cabin Category 6

The Category 6 junior suite, located on the Bridge Deck, can be configured with two single beds or one double bed. The balcony, which extends the full length of the cabin, is outfitted with two chairs, a table, and a hammock. The spacious junior suite features a slender privacy wall with TVs on either side, a separate vanity area, convertible sleeper sofa, writing desk and chair, two bedside tables, and a closet with ample storage.



Cabin Category 7

Category 7 suites, located on the Bridge Deck, can be configured with two single beds or one double bed. The balcony, which extends the full length of the cabin, is outfitted with two chairs, a table, and a hammock. The spacious suites feature a slender privacy wall with TVs on either side, a separate vanity area, convertible sleeper sofa, writing desk and chair, two bedside tables, and a walk-in closet with ample storage. The bathroom includes a double vanity and bathtub, in additional to the rain shower. Plus—all suites have an extra half-bath.



Cabin Categories Solo A & B

Category Solo A cabins, located on the Main Deck, and Solo B cabins, located on the Lounge Deck, are configured with one single bed. They feature a balcony outfitted with a chair, a table, and a hammock; writing desk and chair; and a closet with ample storage.




THE BRIDGE DECK

The high-tech Bridge is adapted to accommodate every guest aboard, enabling you to share the thrill of being underway. Learn from the Captain and officers and scan the horizon for wildlife with naturalists from one of the best viewpoints aboard the ship—the Bridge is always open.



THE MAIN DECK

Welcome aboard. From your first sight of the art to the left of the Main Deck's reception desk (part of the pioneering polar art exhibit, Change, installed onboard) to the sleek lines and calming neutrals, you can feel the rigors of travel drop away. Ahead: only supreme comfort and the exhilaration of discovery.



THE OBSERVATION DECK

The Observation Deck is replete with inviting places: the Den (shown here); the Library with its electronic navigation chart; the Science Hub; C. Green's bistro and bar; and Charlie's Table where small, invitational, expeditionary dinner parties occur during the voyage. Which nook and cranny will you gravitate to?



THE LOUNGE DECK

The Lounge Deck's Ice Lounge, with its signature Lindblad Circle of Truth at the center, is where the daily ritual of Recap—convening, sharing knowledge, and anticipating tomorrow—takes place over cocktails and canapes, with engaging presentations or undersea videos lighting the screens.



THE EXPEDITION DECK

As its name suggests, the Expedition Deck is home to the equipment and amenities needed for exploration off ship. The spacious Basecamp offers warm, ‘welcome home' storage for your expedition gear; Zodiacs and kayaks are stored in the Garage; and the newly-designed loading bays allow our fleet of Zodiacs to be deployed quickly—ultimately maximizing your time ashore.



270°

The main dining room aboard, 270°'s name captures its key feature: panoramic windows for views from every table. The daily menu also reflects a sense of the place outside the windows: imagine eating an ethereal Pavlova as a berg floats lightly by? A selection of plant-forward options, including artisanal vegan cheeses, and a casual, no-assigned-seating vibe makes 270º uniquely welcoming for all.



C. GREENS

Named in honor of Shackleton's expedition cook aboard the original Endurance, C. Greens is for lighter lunch fare: salads, custom grilled meats, a hamburger, or pasta. Early risers will also find pastries, yogurt, and other early-riser breakfast specialties here. C. Greens' lively bar is where many guests gravitate on those nights when the fire pit lounge area or the infinity jacuzzis and igloos aren't luring them outdoors.



THE IGLOOS & HOT TUBS

Originally intended as solarizing units for the adjacent infinity hot tubs, the igloos quickly became such an acclaimed feature that guests can now book an overnight stay (on a first-come, first-serve basis). It is a one-of-a-kind experience to lie on a superb mattress under a froth of cozy duvet, warmed by twin hot-water bottles in the traditional Scandinavian way, as you gaze out at impossible polar beauty, or up at never-before-seen polar stars.



THE SANCTUARY

On the aft end of the Observation Deck, the Sanctuary, a haven in every sense, supports wellness and your mind-body connection—with Nordic and Tropic saunas for your preferred heat level, a yoga studio, treatment rooms and the terrace for post-treatment relaxing. The fully-equipped gym is located on the Bridge Deck one level below.



THE SCIENCE HUB

There is so much still to know and learn from polar regions. We have always facilitated research projects, and now National Geographic Endurance provides a ‘lab' for researchers needing to stretch grant dollars to get to key sites and do their vital work. Guests gain a front-row seat on ongoing science and connect with interesting researchers.




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National Geographic Explorer


National Geographic Explorer

An authentic expedition ship, purpose-engineered for blue water and polar exploration. National Geographic Explorer Hosts 148 guests.

National Geographic Explorer is equipped with an ice-strengthened hull and advanced navigation equipment for polar expeditions; a roster of tools for exploration; and a well-appointed interior with vast expanses of glass for an unprecedented connection to the environment. Her interior and exterior design embodied the Lindblad expedition ethos—the privilege of wildness and the luxury of comfort.

For many guests she remains their paradigm of an expedition ship. She is devoted to exploration—from her Welcoming Bridge, and the Chart Room below it where you can tuck in to warm up with a hot chocolate, to her high-perched Observation deck with its aqueous light and compelling 24/7 views. Even the art on the walls—from the Hurley prints of Shackleton’s expedition to the stunning National Geographic photos— tells an uber-narrative of globe-spanning travel and a dedication to curiosity and wonder.




Enjoy Exclusive Amenities When You Book a Suite
The suites aboard the Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic fleet are your elegant retreat at sea, featuring spacious living areas and incredible views that immerse you in the beauty of your marine surroundings. Now, booking one of these beautifully appointed accommodations comes with even more benefits. Our new Suite Exclusives package gives guests staying in eligible cabins* access to an array of amenities and perks designed to enhance your on-board experience and help make your voyage all the more memorable.
  • Welcome gift
  • Priority booking for spa treatments**
  • Priority booking for igloo stays***
  • In-room espresso maker
  • Complimentary laundry

Experts & Facilites

A full-time doctor, undersea specialist, certified photo instructor, internet café, and laundry.


A New Look for National Geographic Explorer Suites

National Geographic Explorer recently debuted updated suites, enhanced with the sleek, Scandinavian design that has become the hallmark of our polar fleet. Each of these elegant cabins now holds a Command Center, which allows guests to continue to explore from the comfort of their suites with a set of tools that includes a barometer, a National Geographic Atlas, a television that broadcasts entertainment and ship navigation, a coffee maker, and multiple USB and universal electric ports for cameras and other devices.



81 outside cabins

All feature windows or portholes, private facilities, climate controls, hair dryers, and TV, plus Ethernet, Wi-Fi connections, and USB ports for mobile devices. Some cabins have balconies. Single cabins in Category SA and Category SB are located on the main deck and upper deck.




Dining

Meals are served in the dining room, Bistro bar, or the Observation lounge, at a single seating with unassigned tables for an informal atmosphere and easy mingling. Menus feature sustainable choices, local where possible.



Public Spaces

Reception; three dining areas; global gallery; library, B&H Photo locker; 24-hour Bistro area beverage bar; lounge with bar and state-of-the-art presentation facilities; observation lounge; mudroom with lockers for expedition gear; plus open access to the Bridge, the Captain, officers and on-duty wildlife spotters.



Wellness

A glass-enclosed fitness center, outdoor stretching area, a LEXspa treatment room and sauna, staffed by wellness specialists.



The Bridge

Visit the Bridge for an unforgetable sailing experience.



Expedition Tools

Zodiac landing craft, a fleet of double kayaks, a crow’s nest camera, a hydrophone, underwater video cameras, video microscope, and an ROV. Plus, for South Pacific voyages: snorkeling gear for all guests, scuba gear for a number of pre-qualified guests, stand-up paddleboards, glass-bottom Zodiac, and splash-cam.



Noteworthy Feature

A session in the topside library with a good book, or with the book in your lap, eyes trained on the horizon.




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