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Seattle/Sitka
13-night Treasures of the Inside Passage – Alaska and British Columbia Cruise
May 3, 2021
Lindblad Expeditions: National Geographic Venture
Seattle/Sitka
Vacation Offer ID 1362313
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Cruise Inclusions

  • 13-nights accommodations
  • All meals aboard ship
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Available Add-Ons

Optional roundtrip airfare
Optional pre or post cruise nights

13-night Treasures of the Inside Passage – Alaska and British Columbia Cruise
  • Destination Guide
  • Suggested Shore Excursions
Destination Arrival Departure
Seattle

Seattle 05/03/2021

Arrive in Seattle this afternoon and embark the ship. (D),

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Seattle: Private Seattle City Tour (4-hours)
Highlights:
Begin your city tour in the downtown core and become acquainted with Seattle’s evolution from frontier town to a thriving regional urban centre. You will hear about the origins of some of Seattle’s most notable attractions, such as Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, International District, and the Space Needle, and their continuing influence as the city grows. Your tour will also take you to different areas of the city so you can gain an understanding of why Seattle is consistently ranked as one of the best places to reside. Encounter stately and trendy neighbourhoods, lush, bountiful parks, and plenty of scenic water views. Observe recreational and urban amenities available to residents, and gain a true insider’s perspective on the Emerald City. At the conclusion of your private tour, you will be dropped off at a location of your choice.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
Private vehicle and driver, private guide, and driver and guide gratuities.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Seattle: Land & Water Tour (4 Hours)
Highlights:
Seattle’s visual appeal is forged by its hilly topography and bodies of water. The hills allow residents in numerous neighbourhoods around the city to claim property with fabulous views, while the water enables a distinctive living style on floating homes and a variety of recreational boating activity. Touring Seattle by land and by water will provide you with two different perspectives and the most unique way to experience the city.
Beginning with the land segment of your excursion, you’ll become acquainted with Seattle’s evolution from frontier town to a thriving regional urban centre. Your tour will also take you to different areas of the city so you can gain an understanding of why Seattle is consistently ranked as one of the best places to reside. Upon arrival at Lake Union, you and your guide will board a restored wooden cruiser navigated by a Coast Guard certified captain versed with Seattle’s maritime history. You will get a close-up view of the houseboat communities, the myriads of sailboats plying the water, and scenic shorelines, while traveling one of the city’s exceptional water corridors. 
At the conclusion of your private tour, you will be dropped off at a location of your choice.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
Private vehicle and driver, private guide, and driver and guide gratuities.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Seattle: Walking Tour (3 Hours)
Highlights:
Distinguished by its continuous change and vitality, Seattle’s city centre has always been an integral part of its evolution, from an isolated frontier outpost, to the significant Pacific Rim city it has become today. Accompanied by your local guide, your walking excursion of downtown will mesh notable areas such as, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, and the interesting streetscapes of 1st Avenue and 5th Avenue, with obscure and picturesque public spaces and diverse architecture, along with a peek into future transformative development. 
At the end of your walking tour, you will have gained an insight to the people and events that have impacted Seattle’s history, along with an understanding of what propels its future as America’s fastest growing city.
Seattle: Tacoma & Museum Tour (6 Hours)
Highlights:
Located 30-miles (48-kms) south from Seattle on Puget Sound, and once a mill city, Tacoma has reinvented its identity and become a museum destination and the site of acclaimed and panoramic Chambers Bay Golf Course, host of the 2015 US Open Tournament. Along with the old warehouse district repurposed for a University of Washington campus, the hillside Proctor residential neighbourhood, and adjacent Old Town, Tacoma illustrates how cities can revitalize derelict and abandoned areas and become appealing regional destinations. 

On this worthwhile excursion from Seattle, you will gain a sense of the diversity and allure of the Puget Sound area, along with insight on how the two major population centres of Tacoma and Seattle are linked. You will visit three of Tacoma’s museums starting with the Tacoma Art Museum, where you will view the significant Haub Family collection of Western American art; the adjacent Museum of Glass, featuring a working hot house and the stunning 500-foot (152-metres) pedestrian walkway, the Chihuly Bridge of Glass; and Lemay – America’s Car Museum, spotlighting America’s love affair with the automobile that even non-car enthusiasts will find interesting.

Afterwards, enjoy the area’s natural setting and striking views of Commencement Bay, Chambers Bay, and nearby Lakewold Gardens, a manicured estate set among tall trees with a path leading to a hidden lake.
Seattle: Urban Rural Mix Tour (6 Hours)
Highlights:
At thirty miles (48-km) in length, Lake Washington is a distinguishing feature of the Seattle metropolitan landscape. The shoreline on the west side forms the eastern boundary of Seattle, while across the lake, places that were once farms or suburban commuter neighbourhoods, are today, vibrant and distinctive places that prompt Seattle residents to cross the lake for work and pleasure. On this tour, you will gain both an urban and a rural perspective of these flourishing eastside communities.
Your first stop will be Snoqualmie Falls, a picturesque destination in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, where water cascades over a wall of rock 270 feet high. You will have the chance to view and photograph the impressive falls and surrounding area from observation plazas and nearby trails. 

From Snoqualmie, rural roads will lead you to Woodinville, which has become the place to taste Washington wines. At Chateau Ste. Michelle, the state’s largest winery, you will have the opportunity to enhance your food and wine pairing knowledge while sampling a flight of wines expertly combined with morsels of tasty treats.

Next, you will visit Redmond, the location of the Microsoft Campus, where the visitor centre exhibit traces the history of the company and showcases hardware utilizing the company’s software; followed by Kirkland, with its village-like atmosphere, small shops, boutiques, and charming waterfront; and lastly, Bellevue, with its contrasting skyline reflective of its position as the commercial and tech centre of the eastside.
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San Juan Islands

San Juan Islands 05/04/2021

Spend a full day exploring the San Juan Islands via naturalist-led hikes and by kayak. Search for killer whales. (B,L,D),
05/04/2021 05/04/2021
Victoria, B.C.

Victoria, B.C. 05/05/2021

Clear into Canada in the charming city of Victoria and choose from several tailor-made options to explore based on your interests. Visit private gardens, bike along the waterfront, take a historical stroll through Old Town, or discover James Bay on an architecture tour. In the evening, enjoy a private reception at the Robert Bateman Centre while taking in the incredible collection of paintings. (B,L,D),

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Victoria: Private Whale Watching Zodiac Tour - (4 hours)
Highlights:
The waters near Victoria are home to more than 75 orcas (killer whales) in three major “families” known as J, K, and L pods. These are some of the most studied whales in the world—each has been named, and can be identified by the shape and markings on its large dorsal fin. On this private tour, which will see you spend approximately three hours on the water, you will suit up in waterproof slickers and travel by Zodiac to view these magnificent creatures as they swim and feed near the boat. You will have a chart to allow you to identify by name the specific whales you are viewing. Seeing these magnificent marine mammals up close and personal is an experience you will never forget!

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation and waterproof cruiser suits.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Victoria: Private Victoria & Butchart Gardens Sightseeing - (5 hours)
Highlights:
This sightseeing tour of the “City of Blooms” begins with a pick-up from your cruise ship in Victoria. You will be met by your guide and driver and enjoy a privately guided tour through the city center. Cruise around the harbor and along Government Street, dotted with independent boutique and gift shops. After leaving downtown, you’ll travel 30-minutes to the 50-acre horticultural showplace that is Butchart Gardens. Stroll through the Sunken Garden, the English Rose Garden, and the Japanese and Italian Gardens. On your return to your cruise ship, your route may include some or all of the following: the scenic Dallas Road drive and several points of interest, including Mount Tolmie, Beacon Hill Park, Government House, Mile 0, and the Legislative Buildings.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
Roundtrip transfers in Victoria, vehicle, driver, and guide for 5-hour tour of Victoria, Butchart Gardens admission, and driver and guide gratuities.

Note: Butchart Gardens is self guided; your guide will join you inside the gardens but is unable to provide a guided tour.


Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
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Gulf Islands

Gulf Islands 05/06/2021

Sail into British Columbia to kayak among forested islands and along wildlife-rich shorelines.,
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Alert Bay

Alert Bay 05/07/2021

Observe a traditional First Nations performance in Alert Bay, visit the U'Mista Cultural Center, and learn from the Kwakwaka'wakw people. (B,L,D),
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Johnstone Strait

Johnstone Strait 05/07/2021

Observe a traditional First Nations performance in Alert Bay, visit the U'Mista Cultural Center, and learn from the Kwakwaka'wakw people. (B,L,D),
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Inside Passage

Inside Passage 05/08/2021

Head northward along the pristine coastline in search of whales, dolphins, bears, deer, and other wildlife. Go ashore to explore or kayak among the many bays and inlets. (B,L,D),
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Inside Passage
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Misty Fjords

Misty Fjords 05/10/2021

Cruise past glacially carved cliffs and kayak in the stillness of Misty Fjords' forested backwaters. (B,L,D),
05/10/2021 05/10/2021
Petersburg

Petersburg 05/11/2021

Search for humpback whales as we head towards the small fishing village of Petersburg on Mitkof Island. Go ashore for a walk along a quiet forest trail and explore the unique Southeast Alaskan ecosystem, the "muskeg", with stunted trees and carnivorous plants. Later, enjoy an evening crab feast. (B,L,D),
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Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness

Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness 05/12/2021

Voyage into Tracy or Endicott Arm, both spectacular fjords, with waterfalls cascading from glacially carved walls. See the soaring Dawes or South Sawyer Glacier up close and take a Zodiac cruise for an unbeatable view of sculpted icebergs. (B,L,D),
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Glacier Bay

Glacier Bay 05/13/2021

Via special park permit, spend the entire day among the enormous glaciers and expansive wilderness. Listen as the quiet stillness of the area is broken by the thunder of tons of ice calving into the sea. A native Tlingit interpreter joins us to share the lore and legend of the area. Wildness abounds! (B,L,D),
05/13/2021 05/13/2021
Inian Islands

Inian Islands 05/14/2021

Cruise among the Inian Islands, where an abundance of Steller sea lions resides. Hike nearby islands, kayak, and search for whales in rich waters of Icy Strait.,
05/14/2021 05/14/2021
Icy Strait

Icy Strait 05/14/2021

Cruise among the Inian Islands, where an abundance of Steller sea lions resides. Hike nearby islands, kayak, and search for whales in rich waters of Icy Strait.,
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Chichagof Island

Chichagof Island 05/15/2021

Spend a full day searching for humpback whales in the rich shoreline waters of Chichagof Island, kayak, hike, and enjoy the Captain's Farewell Dinner this evening. (B,L,D),
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Sitka

Sitka 05/16/2021

Visit Saint Michael's Russian Orthodox Cathedral with its picturesque spire; walk through the Sitka National Historical Park, where totem poles line trails; and meet eagles up close at the Raptor Rehabilitation Center. Transfer to the airport for flights home. (B),

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Sitka: Private Marine Wildlife Tour - (4 hours)
Highlights:
On the western edge of the Tongass National Forest is Sitka Sound, an amazing place that is absolutely teeming with life. Designed for visitors interested in viewing and photographing wildlife, this boat tour will see you exploring the hidden islands and inlets of Sitka Sound accompanied by a captain/naturalist who will ensure you identify and understand the animals and wilderness around you. Whales, sea otters, sea lions, seals, porpoises, and salmon, as well as puffins, auklets, eagles, brown bears, and many other wild animals are abundant residents. Your Captain is a USCG-licensed 100-ton master with nearly 30 years experience on the waters of Southeast Alaska—who also happens to hold a degree in forest sciences, fished commercially for 10 years, and worked as a fisheries biologist and a US Forest Service botanist. It would be hard to find a better guide as you experience one of Alaska’s most pristine destinations. Enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch on board as you view the unspoiled, natural world that surrounds Sitka.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation, and gourmet picnic lunch on board the vessel.
 
Please note:
This tour is limited to a six person party.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
Sitka: Private Flavour of Sitka Sound (2 hours)
Highlights:
This private cruise offers a light mix of natural history, local culture, and a glimpse into the past of this very special corner of Alaska. Your experienced and enthusiastic captain will share stories of life—wild and human—as you weave through the channels, around verdant islands, and into quiet inlets surrounding the beautiful town of Sitka. Spot sea lions, eagles, and perhaps even sea otters and whales. Learn about the commercial fishing industry, native culture, and Sitka’s WWII period. See where locals have made their homes among the islands and hear about Russian past, Seward’s Folly, and the thriving present of this wonderful community balanced on the coastal edge of the Tongass National Forest. Your Captain is a USCG-licensed 100-ton master with nearly 30 years experience on the waters of Southeast Alaska—who also happens to hold a degree in forest sciences, fished commercially for 10 years, and worked as a fisheries biologist and a US Forest Service botanist. It would be hard to find a better guide as you discover wild, historic, dynamic, beautiful Sitka.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
All transportation and private vessel.
 
Please note:
This tour is limited to a six person party.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Sitka: Private Ocean and Forest Tour - (6 hours)
This adventure provides an intimate encounter with the coastal world of Tongass National Forest: time on the sea, and time on land, spotting both marine and land mammals, sea birds, fish, tide pools, giant trees, and good old terra firma. Beginning and ending in Sitka, your excursion starts when you board our safe and comfortable, custom-built boat. As you travel along remote shores and into quiet inlets, you’ll encounter wild animals, ancient forests, and endless miles of rugged coastline. Depending on the weather, you may visit Kruzof Island, the South Baranof Wilderness Area, and the West Chichagof Wilderness Area. Your captain will also choose a remote beach upon which to bring you ashore. Here, you’ll have a rare hands-on opportunity to explore the shoreline and forest, the flora, fauna, and ecology with your biologist/guide. As you inhale the cool freshness of old-growth forest, your captain/naturalist will share with you the wonders of this wild paradise. An Alaskan-style gourmet lunch and beverages are included.
Sitka: Private Know Alaska Experience - (1.5-hours)
Highlights:
This experience will put you together with one of the great local characters of Sitka—someone who actually lives, plays, writes, or researches right here in the community. Having amassed a wealth of information in his/her particular field, your host will entertain and inform, providing you with the sort of intimate connection to the area that will indeed make you fall in love with it. Among those we can arrange to spend time with you are: a cultural anthropologist who earned his PhD while living in Inupiaq and Athabaskan villages in the 1960’s; a renowned whale biologist who collects DNA from humpback whales; a private investigator turned best-selling mystery writer and writer-laureate for Alaska; a fisheries biologist who was in charge of the sustainability of the commercial black cod fishery; and a Dept. of Fish and Game bear biologist who has had thousands of bear encounters. So sit back and listen, or ask questions and engage in a lively discussion. This tour may only be booked in combination with the Flavor of Sitka Sound or the Coastal Wildlife Adventure.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
Private local expert
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Sitka: Private Island Paddle and Lost Fort Trek - (3.5 hours)
Highlights:
This adventure combines two hours of kayaking with an hour-long nature walk. Following a short drive to Japonski Island, you will meet your guides and receive a short kayak & safety orientation. You will then set out on a leisurely paddle through Sitka’s harbor, home to one of the most productive commercial fishing fleets in North America. Continuing out past the breakwater to the edge of Sitka Sound, you will encounter kelp forests that fringe the coast and the colorful marine life that inhabits the intertidal zone. With bald eagles watching overhead, it is almost certain that you will see some of the other wild residents: curious harbor seals, massive steller sea lions, and playful sea otters. Occasionally, we also spot humpback, minke or orca whales. At the Causeway Islands, step ashore to discover the remains of a WWII-era fort that was as hastily abandoned as it was built. The moss-covered bunkers and fern-rimmed gun emplacements present a peculiar contrast to the peacefulness of the rainforest. After refreshments on the beach, we’ll paddle back to Sitka.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
Private guided tour, all paddling gear, snack and bottled water.
 
Please note:
Participants must be at least 6 years of age and weigh at least 40 pounds. Guest safety is the highest priority. Tours will be cancelled if the lead guide determines that conditions are unsafe. We suggest bringing sunglasses, binoculars, gloves and a rain jacket.
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Sitka: Private Sitka Sound Paddle and Cruise - (4.5 hours)
This paddle and cruise adventure offers a perfect introduction to the wild side of Sitka Sound. Following a kayak skills & safety orientation, you’ll set off in the shallows, getting comfortable with your craft, before we continue out to our first group of islands. While paddling through mazes of reef and kelp forest—areas accessible only by kayak—your interpreter/guide will help identify the colorful marine life visible below, including crab, sea stars, anemones, sea urchins, jellyfish, and more. At the surface, we frequently sight ever-amusing sea otters, harbor seals, sea lions, porpoises, bald eagles, and a variety of marine birds. At a seldom-visited island, step ashore to stretch your legs, do a little beachcombing, and enjoy a snack while soaking in views of the Sound. Your guide will explain some of the ecology of the area, and also tell you about the Tlingit people, who still fish using knowledge passed down since the last ice age. Finally, an exciting 30-minute boat cruise will return you to Sitka.
Sitka: Best of Sitka Highlights - (3.5-hours)
Highlights:
On this interpretive tour, a knowledgeable native will be your personal guide as you explore Baranof Island in a luxurious passenger coach or van. You will pass by many of Sitka’s historic sites, including Castle Hill Mt., the Pioneer Home, and St. Michael’s Russian Orthodox Cathedral. At the Sitka National Historical Park, follow your guide along a pathway where Totem poles impart the rich culture of the Tlingít. Step into the lush rainforest and see historic Indian River, one of Sitka’s many salmon spawning streams. Your guide will discuss totem significance, edible and medicinal plants, traditional uses of salmon, and rainforest ecology. At the visitor center, visit with Native artisans practicing traditional arts such as carving, beading and weaving. You’ll also enjoy reserved seating at the Naa Kahídi Native Dance Performance, held inside a traditional-style Tlingít Clan House. As beautifully adorned dancers entertain you and the box drum resonates, you’ll listen to songs passed down through the generations. Finally, visit the Alaska Raptor Center, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing medical treatment for birds of prey.

Tour can operate:
Anytime while in port.
 
Inclusions:
Private interpretive guided tour, reserved seating at the Dance Performance, admission to the Raptor Center
 
Not Included:
Anything not listed as included.
 
Sitka: Wild Coast Paddle and Cruise (8 Hours)
If you thrive on adventure, if you hunger for wild places and endless views, if you love to explore at whatever pace suits your mood; a full-day Wild Coast Paddle & Cruise will be the highlight of your time in Alaska. 
There is no such thing as a “typical” Wild Coast Paddle & Cruise – like snowflakes, no two are the same – and your paddling guide will help to design a route plan that suits your preferences as well as it fits the day’s sea and weather conditions.  Your adventure will either begin or end with an exciting one-hour cruise aboard our sturdy transport vessel.  Use of the shuttle boat allows you to explore almost twice as much of the Sound in the same amount of time.
No matter what route we paddle, the scenery will be amazing.  Sitka Sound is bordered by hundreds of untouched coves, inlets and narrow passages, each containing their own secrets waiting to be discovered.  And the waters of the Sound are sprinkled with almost countless un-named islands and reefs.  This is the perfect sea kayaking environment, and you’re certain to explore some areas inaccessible by any other means.  Few activities can match the experience of gliding silently across the canopy of a kelp forest – the clear waters revealing views of undersea gardens and marine life, while seals bask on the rocks and curious sea otters poke their little flat heads as high as possible out of the water to get a better look at you.  There is also a very good chance of sighting steller sea lions or humpback whales.
At the half-way point in our voyage we’ll step ashore on a seldom visited island to stretch our legs, do a little beachcombing, and enjoy a delicious picnic lunch.  The total paddling time on our full-day exploration is 5-6 hours, in which time we’ll travel about 6-8 miles, depending on your preferences.  Although it’s not a strenuous activity, we recommend the full-day paddle only for those who are in good physical condition.
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Lindblad Expeditions: National Geographic Venture
The100-guest National Geographic Venture will launch in June 2018 and will feature 50 cabins, 22 with step-out balconies, and six sets of connecting cabins for families and groups; all category 5 cabins can accommodate a third guest. The ship will be outfitted with a fleet of 24 sea kayaks, paddle boards, snorkeling equipment, and Zodiacs, all of which are geared to get guests out and into the wild, remote places being explored; state-of-the-art expedition technology, including a remotely operated vehicle (ROV), video microscope, a hydrophone and underwater cameras.
Ship Statistics
Year Built
2018
Year Refurbished
Year Entered Present Fleet
Previous Name
Country of Registry
Tonnage (GRT)
4000
Guests (Lowers)
100
Total Guests
100
Passenger Decks
4
Number of Crew
75
Officers' Nationality
Cruise/Hotel Staff Nationality
Total Rooms
50
Suites
8
Balconies
Ocean/River View
42
Interior
Accessible

Information provided within these pages has been updated as of July 2019. While we do our best to ensure that stateroom descriptions and deckplans appearing in this website are complete and accurate, we cannot be responsible for inaccurate representations, which may or may not be under our control. Please reconfirm stateroom accommodations and deck placement prior to booking.

Suite

Suite (05) 13,450
  • Category: 05
  • Observation Deck
Observation Deck #101-108 (Suite) Cabins feature two lower single beds that can convert to a Queen, large view windows, an expanded bathroom, writing desk, ample storage space, and a convertible sofa bed to accommodate a third person. Each cabin has individual climate controls, allowing you to adjust the temperature to your liking. Botanically-inspired shampoo, shower gel, and lotion are all available in cabin bathrooms, as well as an Expedition Essential Kit. Hair dryers are also available in each cabin.

Balcony

Balcony Cabin (04) 12,500
  • Category: 04
  • Upper Deck
Cat 4 #207-229 Cabins feature two lower single beds that can convert to a Queen, a writing desk, sliding glass door and small, private balcony. Each cabin has individual climate controls, allowing you to adjust the temperature to your liking. Botanically-inspired shampoo, shower gel, and lotion are all available in cabin bathrooms, as well as an Expedition Essential Kit. Hair dryers are also available in each cabin.

Oceanview

Outside Cabin (03) 11,660
  • Category: 03
  • Upper Deck
Cat 3 #201-206 Cabins feature two lower single beds that can convert to a Queen, a writing desk and a large view window. Each cabin has individual climate controls, allowing you to adjust the temperature to your liking. Botanically-inspired shampoo, shower gel, and lotion are all available in cabin bathrooms, as well as an Expedition Essential Kit. Hair dryers are also available in each cabin.

Porthole

Porthole Cabin (01) 10,430
  • Category: 01
  • Main Deck
Cat 1 #301-306 Cabins feature two lower single beds that can convert to a Queen, a writing desk and two portholes. Each cabin has individual climate controls, allowing you to adjust the temperature to your liking. Botanically-inspired shampoo, shower gel, and lotion are all available in cabin bathrooms, as well as an Expedition Essential Kit. Hair dryers are also available in each cabin.
Porthole Cabin (02) 10,990
  • Category: 02
  • Main Deck
Cat 2 #307-315 Cabins feature two lower single beds that can convert to a Queen, a writing desk and two portholes. Each cabin has individual climate controls, allowing you to adjust the temperature to your liking. Botanically-inspired shampoo, shower gel, and lotion are all available in cabin bathrooms, as well as an Expedition Essential Kit. Hair dryers are also available in each cabin.
Prices are per person and include cabin fare, taxes, fees, excursions and all meals while onboard.  Airfare is available at an additional charge unless otherwise stated.

Price is per person, double occupancy.

Cost Includes: All accommodations aboard ships or in hotels per itinerary or similar, all meals and nonalcoholic beverages aboard ship, meals on land as indicated, air transportation where indicated as included, shore excursions, sightseeing and entrance fees, special access permits, transfers to and from group flights, use of snorkeling equipment and wet suits, use of kayaks (where available), tips (except to ship’s crew), taxes and service charges, services of a ship physician on most voyages, and services of our expedition staff.

Not Included: Air transportation (except where shown as included), extensions, passport, visa, immigration fees, scuba diving (where available), meals not indicated, baggage/accident/travel protection plan, items of a personal nature, such as alcoholic beverages, e-mail, laundry. Gratuities to ship’s crew at your discretion.

All fares are quoted in US Dollars.

Observation Deck

Stateroom Key

  • Suite (05)
Lounge Deck
Upper Deck

Stateroom Key

  • Balcony Cabin (04)
  • Outside Cabin (03)
Main Deck

Stateroom Key

  • Porthole Cabin (02)
  • Porthole Cabin (01)
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