National Geographic Explorer

The flagship of the Lindblad fleet, the National Geographic Explorer is one of the world’s best-equipped expedition ships.

What we love

Originally built for service along the Norwegian coast, National Geographic Explorer underwent a complete redesign and rebuild before joining Lindblad in 2008. With an ice-strengthened hull for polar expeditions and Lindblad's signature 'Tools for Exploration', including an ROV, glass-bottom boat, an underwater cameraman, kayaks, zodiacs, and scuba diving equipment available on selected voyages, there is no ship better equipped for an expedition journey.

Capacity 148 Guests
Crew 86 Staff

Expedition cruising at its best, so expect relaxed informal evenings after adventurous days!

  • All meals on board
  • All non-alcoholic drinks
  • All park fees and permits
  • All shore activities
  • Expedition by landing craft
  • Kayaking and snorkelling including wetsuits
  • Expedition team lectures and guides
Year built 1982
Last refurbished 2008
Tonnage 6,167 grt
Length 356 feet
Breadth 54 feet
Cruising speed 17 knots

Get in touch & let us tailor-make your perfect adventure holiday

Call us on 020 7399 7630 or visit us at our comfortable offices just off London's Regent Street.

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Mundy Adventures office, 48/49 Russell Square, London