Lindblad Expeditions Launches National Geographic Quest Cruises in Early 2017

Lindblad Expeditions will launch its anticipated National Geographic Quest Cruises this spring, and each cruise will offer an intimate and thrilling opportunity to explore a part of the world that’s ripe with natural wonders and chances for adventure. After the early 2017 launch, National Geographic Quest cruises will sail year round.

Here’s what you need to know about the spectacular Quest cruise offerings.

The Ship

National Geographic Quest can transport 100 passengers to places of far reach, on a ship that’s the perfect size for exploring Alaska’s Inside Passage, Costa Rica’s coasts, and Panama’s canal – among other geographical highlights. Quest is the first expedition ship of it’s kind, made entirely in the United States and a frontrunner for the Lindblad line complete with step-out balconies (in 22 of the 50 spacious staterooms) as well connecting cabins for families and large groups. A specially designed mudroom on Quest will collect all expedition gear.

The Excursions

On a National Geographic Quest cruise, you’ll sail on a perfect platform to places that await discovery, such as shallow coves, fast-moving channels, and lush tropical waterways. In addition to Alaska, Costa Rica, and Panama cruises, you can cruise on Quest to adventures in the Pacific Northwest and Central America.

Lindblad’s National Geographic Quest is Taking Bookings Now!

Lindblad has begun taking bookings for its National Geographic Quest cruises. Prices for these cruises vary, depending on itinerary and stateroom location, among other factors. You can find out more about the different sailings National Geographic Quest will take passengers on by visiting the Lindblad Expeditions website. You can also explore the range of activities that you’ll have the opportunity to participate in on a Quest cruise, such as kayaking, uncovering beauty underwater in an ROV, enjoying underwater photography sessions, and examining microorganisms that are collected from areas surrounding your cruise ship.

National Geographic Quest

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