Lindblad basing four ships in Alaska

Friday, Jan 21, 2022 0

After bringing more than 3,000 guests to Alaska in 2021, Lindblad Expeditions expects another successful season in 2022. 

Bookings have exceeded expectations, and with the 62-guest National Geographic Sea Bird almost sold-out, it has added her sister ship, National Geographic Sea Lion—and a slate of additional departure dates, to meet demand.   

Lindblad will now have all four of their US-flagged vessels in Alaska—the 62-guest sister ships, National Geographic Sea Bird and National Geographic Sea Lion, and the 100-guest sister ships, National Geographic Quest and National Geographic Venture—offering six separate itineraries ranging from 6-to-15 days.

The season begins in May, offering springtime in Alaska, and runs through September.

All voyages provide guests the Alaskan wildness only accessible via small, nimble ships as they explore deep into remote Alaska. 

The Itineraries and starting rates include a six-day Wild Alaska Escape: Juneau to Ketchikan and Wild Alaska Escape: from $4,660.

The 14-day Treasures of the Inside Passage: Alaska & British Columbia uncovers national parks, fjords and towering glaciers of Southeast Alaska. Rates start at $10,640.

Lindblad Expeditions is also offering guests the chance to reconnect with friends and family in Alaska by booking three full-paying guests and bring a fourth person free on select departures.

Guests can also bag free roundtrip airfare from Seattle to Alaska on select departures on Exploring Alaska’s Coastal Wilderness and Wild Alaska Escapes or free one-way airfare on select departures on Treasure of the Inside Passage:



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