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Lindblad adds two more Alaska ships, 13 extra cruises to meet demand

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These active trips include hiking and kayaking long routes deep into glacially carved fjords
Lindblad Expeditions plans to additional voyages for the upcoming Alaska cruise season, citing robust demand.

Lindblad will reactivate its two remaining US-flag vessels and has added 13 more departures.   The 62-passenger sister ships National Geographic Sea Bird and National Geographic Sea Lion will explore Alaska on a series of 'Wild Escape' departures starting June 25 and continuing through August.

COVID-19 vaccination required for 16 and older

All travelers 16 and older will need to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. There are additional tests and health safety measures.

Six days, from Juneau to Ketchikan or Sitka to Juneau

The six-day 'Wild Alaska Escape' itineraries operate from Juneau to Ketchikan and Sitka to Juneau. They focus on active expedition to see wildlife and epic landscapes in the compact time frame of one work week. Travelers will have the chance to hike through towering forests and kayak long routes deep into glacially carved fjords. The trips may be combined for a discount starting at 10%.

Fares begin at $4,570 per person, double occupancy.

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