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New Whale Watching Voyage from Lindblad Expeditions



Lindblad Expeditions (Logo)If you like spontaneity and have flexibility, Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic has just added three upcoming expeditions that could be the whale watching experience of your lifetime. (expeditioncruising.com)

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Lindblad Christens New Expedition Cruise Ship, National Geographic Venture




Lindblad Expeditions - National Geographic Venture (Photo courtesy R. Eime at expeditioncruising.com)It took two attempts to break the Champagne bottle, but in the end, all was well as Lindblad Expeditions named its newest ship, National Geographic Venture, on Friday, November 30, at historic Treasure Island Pier 1 in San Francisco. National Geographic Venture, is a sister ship to National Geographic Quest, which launched last year. (cruisecritic.com)

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Lindblad Expeditions signs up with Versonix Seaware




The National Geographic Quest (Photo R. Eime @ expeditioncruising.com)Lindblad Expeditions has signed an agreement with Versonix to implement Versonix’ Seaware reservation system. “We are very pleased to partner with Versonix, a recognized leader of booking systems for cruise lines.”

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Nichols Brothers Boat Builders Launches “National Geographic Venture”




NBBB launches National Geographic Venture

Nichols Brothers Boat Builders (NBBB) was contracted by Lindblad Expeditions in December 2015, to construct two (2) new 100-guest passenger cruise vessels for expedition cruising in Coastal California; Baja, California; Alaska; the Pacific Northwest, Costa Rica, Panama, and Belize.

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Lindblad Aborts Trans-Pacific Cruise in Severe Storm



National Geographic Orion  (Photo courtesy of Lindblad Expeditions)Lindblad Expeditions has made the difficult decision to cut short its Trans-Pacific voyage aboard National Geographic Orion due to severe storm activity. With all ports between Pitcairn Island and Easter Island closed, the 17-night cruise through French Polynesia has been terminated and efforts made to disembark passengers. (cruisecritic.co.uk)

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