A Galapagos cruise on the 48-passenger Islander is one of the finest expeditions in the Islands. Cabins have outside views, and the ship is equipped with a hydrophone, Splash-Cam and Video Chronicler. view details
103-guest National Geographic Orion is arguably the most sophisticated vessel in its class. Small ship cruises aboard the Orion offer a luxurious exploration of Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and Antarctica. view details
Twin expedition ships National Geographic Sea Lion and Sea Bird accommodate 62 guests with special features including a hydrophone and Splash-Cam. Onboard experts from National Geographic make these ships unique. view details
The 20-guest Noorderlicht is well suited for sailing the small islands of Spitsbergen and Lofoten and offers good open deck viewing areas, also when under sail. This is a ship for the avid sailor. view details
One of the newest, fastest ships in Antarctica, this 189-guest vessel is also the most eco-friendly. Operator Quark Expeditions offsets the ship's emissions, thereby offering the first carbon-neutral voyages in polar travel. view details
The 28-guest sailing vessel Ombak Putih combines traditional and modern design to bring authenticity and comfort to her itineraries in the Ring of Fire region stretching from Bali to the Philippines. view details
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