Sea Lion / Sea Bird
Overview : The National Geographic Sea Lion and National Geographic Sea Bird are 62-passenger sister ships. At 152 feet in length, they operate comfortably in remote environments. With a shallow draft and small size, the National Geographic Sea Lion and National Geographic Sea Bird can easily reach places inaccessible to larger ships. They have a fleet of motorized Zodiac landing craft that is key to this style of expedition travel and provide passengers close-up views of whales in Baja California, icebergs in Alaska and waterfalls in the Pacific Northwest. All Alaska departures include an Undersea Specialist who will capture the amazing world beneath the water's surface. The vessels are equipped with tools for exploration that guarantee an in-depth experience. Additional special features onboard include: hydrophone, kayaks, snorkeling gear, stand-up paddle boards, Splash-Cam, and video microscope.
2016 Travel + Leisure - Top 3 Best Small Ship Ocean Cruise Line
2016 Cruise Critic Editor's Picks Awards - Best for Adventure
2016 Town & Country - Best Expedition Cruise for Families and Onboard Activities
Cabin Description : Recently refurbished, all cabins face outside with windows, climate controls, and include private facilities with amenities such as hair dryers.
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- Name: National Geographic
Sea Lion / Sea Bird
- Type: Expedition Ship
- Passengers: 62
- Cabins: 31
- Length: 152
- Voltage: 110V
- Facilities : Dining Room, Lounge, Bar, Lecture/ Film Facilities, Library, Internet Kiosk
- Equipment : Zodiacs, Kayaks, Stand-up Paddle Boards (not available for Columbia River), Snorkeling Gear and Wetsuits (warm water destinations only), Underwater Video Camera, Hydrophone, Video Microscope, Gym Equipment
Category 1Main Deck – Two lower single beds, large window, night stand, climate control, private facilities, and hair dryer.
Category 2Bridge and Upper Deck – Two lower single beds, outside access, window, drawers, climate control, private facilities, and hair dryer.
Category 3Bridge and Upper Deck – Two lower single beds or double bed, table with seating and two large windows, climate control, private facilities, and hair dryer. Upper Deck cabins can sleep 3 people and have a pull-out single bed.