travel42 Cruise Ship Review: Lindblad Expeditions Natl Geographic Sea Lion

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The National Geographic Sea Lion is an identical twin of the National Geographic Sea Bird. Built in 1982, this 152-ft vessel carries 62 passengers on soft-adventure voyages along the Mexican coast, in Alaska, and up the Columbia and Snake rivers.

Sven-Olof Lindblad, the head of the company bearing his name, is a veteran player in the expedition cruise business and followed in the footsteps of his father, who pioneered the business more than four decades ago.

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OCG Class
Expedition
Natl Geographic Sea Lion
Year Built1982
Year Last Refurbished2014
Capacity62 passengers
Decks3
Tonnage100
RegistryUSA



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