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  • Wild Alaska Escape: Juneau to Ketchikan

    Exploring the southern regions of Southeast Alaska on our expeditions is unrivalled experience, navigate narrow channels like Behm and Blake, Walker Cove in Misty Fiords, Eastern Passage and Wrangell Narrows. Discover an authentic Alaska unreachable by big white boats. Lower zodiacs to explore places like Hole in The Wall State Marine Park on Prince of Wales Island, and drop kayaks into salmon-studded waters, to trace the rugged, wildlife-rich shorelines of Kupreanof and Kuiu Islands.

  • Wild Baja Escape: The Whales of Magdalena Bay

    Spend several extraordinary days in the company of majestic gray whales in Mexico’s Bahía Magdalena, one of the best places in the world to witness interactions between gray whale mothers and their curious calves.

  • Wild Iceland Escape

    See the violent forces of nature in the geologically young landscape: hot springs, spouting geysers, tumbling waterfalls, and snow-capped mountains. Witness lava fields in the Golden Circle; explore Reykjavik, the world’s northernmost capital, and soak in the Blue Lagoon geothermal pool.

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  • Retracing Lewis and Clark’s Corps of Discovery Expedition

    Romeo and Juliet, Batman and Robin, Bert and Ernie. All are dynamic duos, but all are also fictitious. Lewis and Clark were real—two young Army officers commissioned by President Thomas Jefferson to explore the West, all the way to the Pacific. It was the first U.S. expedition to cross the continent. Travelers on Lindblad Expeditions’...

    May 16, 2019

  • This Artist Transforms Ocean Plastics Into Stunning Sculptures

    You’ve heard that plastic is polluting the oceans — between 4.8 and 12.7 million tonnes enter marine ecosystems every year. But does one plastic straw or cup really make a difference? Artist Benjamin Von Wong wants you to know that it does. Von Wong builds massive art installations out of discarded plastic trash, forcing viewers...

    May 14, 2019

  • Essential Science: New Reef Atlas Gives Baseline for Coral Health

    By Tim Sandle Corals are marine invertebrates, found in compact colonies, drawing their energy from photosynthetic unicellular dinoflagellates which reside within their tissue. Corals species are important reef builders that inhabit tropical oceans. Coral reefs are under stress globally, from activities like coral mining, agricultural and urban runoff, pollution (organic and inorganic), overfishing, disease, and...

    May 14, 2019

  • Sea Cloud: A Tall Sailing Ship Steeped In History

    Even the most seasoned cruiser will find the sailing experience on Sea Cloud different than any other at sea. With only 32 cabins spread over three decks, the ship has the intimacy of a yacht. The level of personal service is distinctive, too: A maximum capacity of 64 makes the number of passengers almost equal...

    May 14, 2019

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