Thursday 22 December 2022

Expedition Cruising: Lindblad's Year in Review: 2022's Best Expedition Moments


As 2022 comes to an end, we invite you to reflect with us on the outstanding expedition moments of the past 12 months. There was a fervent desire to get back out in the world, and after several challenging years, 2022 brought us closer to normal than we've been in a long time.

In Galápagos, we launched our brand-new, all-suite ship, National Geographic Islander II, while in the polar regions our powerful blue-water vessels pushed farther into the ice, navigating into pristine corners we've never been before. Our sold-out Alaska season teemed with epic wildlife sightings, and we celebrated a joyous return to the far-flung isles of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea.

We are looking ahead to 2023 when we will bring you new voyages and new ways to immerse you in wildness and create memories that will last a lifetime.

From everyone at Lindblad Expeditions, we wish you and yours a wonderful holiday season and we look forward to seeing you on board in the New Year.

Thursday 15 December 2022

PONANT to welcome Le Lapérouse into Sydney Harbour this evening ahead of the 2023 season

PONANT is thrilled to announce the return of small expedition ship Le Lapérouse to Sydney Harbour this evening after more than three years.

Monday 12 December 2022

Aranui Pitcairn and Cook Islands Cruises for 2023

French Polynesian cargo cruise line Aranui Cruises has launched a special summer sale.

Until January 31, 2023, Aranui Cruises is taking 30 per cent off three Discovery cruises in 2023.

Friday 9 December 2022

Coral Expeditions adds Tiwi Island culture to the classic Kimberley expedition

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New expedition will see the art and culture of the Tiwi Islands feature on selected Kimberley departures in 2023 and 2024

Monday 5 December 2022

[Updated] US woman dies after window smashed aboard expedition cruise ship

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A US woman passenger aboard Viking Polaris has died after a 'rogue wave' struck the ship while it sailed across the notorious Drake Passage.

Friday 2 December 2022

Coral Expeditions launches World Heritage islands of the sub-Antarctic voyage

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King penguins at Lusitania Bay (R Eime)

New expedition will see Australia's pioneering cruise line sail to the far south

Coral Expeditions has announced a new voyage which will call on Macquarie Island which, at latitude 55 degrees, sits halfway between Tasmania and Antarctica.