100Ship Type: Expedition Cruise ShipOperated by: Lindblad Expeditions
Build entirely in the U.S. by the Nichols Brothers Boat Builders, the National Geographic Quest is the perfect ship to explore from the northern reaches of Alaskas's Inside Passage, south to the tropical coasts of Costa Rica, Panama, and through the Canal to Belize.
Designed with decades of expedition experience in the region, this unique vessel also features open decks, generous windows, and an ideal platform for sailing into these unique locations. Her twin expedition craft landing platforms allow you to rapidly get on and off the ship to take advantage of wildlife sightings and to ensure you maximize your time off the ship exploring.
The Nat-Geo Quest comfortably accommodates 100 guests in 50 outside-facing cabins. Cabins are efficiently designed, with sizes ranging from the 136-square-foot category 1 to the 185-square-foot category 5 suite. Half of them feature small balconies with floor-to-ceiling sliding doors that bring in the spectacular views and ample natural light. Twelve of them connect via internal doorway access, allowing families to combine their rooms. Plus, all category 5 suite cabins can accommodate a third person on a convertible sofa bed.
Every cabin has two portholes, Wi-Fi access, and temperature controls. Bathrooms are modern and stocked with botanically inspired hair products, soap, shower gel, plus a hairdryer. Every room has USB outlets for charging your electronics, and space to store your luggage.
- Dining room
- Lounge room
- Global Gallery featuring local artwork
- Bar with a 24-hour self-service beverage station
- Mud room
- Fitness Center
- Elevator access all decks, and public restrooms are available on every deck