For over 50 years, Lindblad Expeditions has been turning vacationers into informed and engaged explorers. Together with National Geographic we offer intimate small-ship expedition cruises that, unlike traditional cruises, are your opportunity to encounter the world’s most pristine and inspiring places up close with the seasoned experts who know them best.
Our expedition cruises provide the safest and most innovative ways to explore places already “discovered” and those that are still very, very wild. Whether you choose to go on a Galapagos cruise, an Alaska cruise, a cruise to Egypt, or any of our other cruise destinations, each expedition cruise features an unmatched combination of adventure travel technology as well as well-appointed cabins, regional and sustainable cuisine and friendly, personal service.
We believe the more closely our guests are able to connect with a destination, the more valuable an affect it will have on their lives and on the more they will come to care about and protect it for future exploration.
- Cruise Line
- Lindblad Expeditions
Ship Profile & Stats
- 360 feet
- 2.532 tonnes
- Maiden Voyage
- Passenger Capacity (dbl)
- Crew Nationality
- Officer Nationality
- Ship Registration
- La Valletta / Malta
- Hair Dryer
- Ice delivered twice daily
- In Room Safe
- Minibar stocked with soft drinks and bottled water
- Slippers, Bathrobe & Umbrella Provided
- Internet Access
- Laundry Service
- Lido Bar
- Lounge & Bar
- Medical Centre
- Shopping Boutique
These incomparable suites were occupied by Marjorie Merriweather Post (#1) and E.F. Hutton (#2). They have king-size beds and grand marble bathrooms. They remain a testament to Marjorie Merriweather Post’s indulgence in luxury with their large marble baths, fireplaces, overstuffed armchairs, and walk-in closets.
These very large cabins, originally occupied by guests of the Posts, have a mix of bed types and decorative motifs. These wood-paneled rooms feature various armchairs, marble fireplaces, and antique furnishings. All have two portholes. These cabins offer different bed configurations (call for details).
Located on the Main Deck, these very large cabins, originally occupied by guests (and the nannies, #9-10) of the owner, have a mix of bed types and decorative motifs. All have portholes.
These cabins have two single beds and a large window. They have telephones, temperature controls, a minibar, and a small space. Bathrooms and showers are modern and efficient.
These cabins have two single beds, at least one square window, and efficient bathrooms with showers. They have telephones, temperature controls, a minibar, and a small safe.
These cabins have two single beds, a writing desk and chair, at least one window, and modern bathrooms. They have telephones, temperature controls, a minibar, and a small safe.
Cabins have a queen-size bed, a forward-facing window and a side-facing window, a writing desk and chair, and modern bathrooms. They have telephones, temperature controls, a minibar, and a small safe.
These solo cabins feature upper and lower single beds and a window; they once housed the ship’s officers. They are equipped with temperature controls and a minibar. Ice is delivered twice daily. Each cabin is equipped with a telephone and small safe.