National Geographic Sea Bird accommodates 62 guests in 31 cabins. All accommodations are outside facing with a window or porthole, and the cabins on the upper and bridge decks open to the outside deck. Double-occupancy cabins include two single beds, and category three cabins feature two lower single beds that can be converted to a double bed, plus a pullout single bed for a third person. Your room is a comfortable space to end your active day, with organic cotton duvets and crisp cotton sheeting. Attentive hotel staff will transform your room while you’re out hiking or exploring, so you can return to a cool, welcoming space.
Every cabin has Wi-Fi access, temperature controls, and is stocked with botanically inspired hair products, soap, and shower gel, plus a hairdryer. Beneath every bed is space to store luggage, and each cabin has one or two closets plus drawers under the beds. A speaker in your cabin is tuned to the microphone in the ship’s lounge.
You can listen to evening lectures while sorting photos on your laptop. Leave your PA turned on overnight if you’d like to be alerted to any sightings that might occur during the hours before breakfast, or simply turn it off if you’d like to sleep peacefully through the morning’s activities.Dress code
Our expedition style is active, casual, and engaged. There is no need for formal clothing, and the services offered aboard ensure travel is effortlessDining information:
Food served aboard is fresh, local and delicious, and sourced from suppliers who share our values of sustainable use whenever possible. Meals aboard are almost always served in the dining room, located aft of the main deck. When weather conditions allow, some meals are served on the sundeck. There is no assigned seating and our dining room accommodates the entire expedition community in a single seating. During meals your expedition leader, naturalists, and any guest speakers aboard will join you.Entertainment and activities
Wellness aboard Making daily discoveries and exploring the wild world is naturally uplifting. Add to that a variety of wellness treatments available aboard, as well as outings led by your wellness specialist, and you’ll find your expedition relaxing as well as revitalizing. Massages, body treatments, natural facial treatments, and hand and foot treatments are all available. You will have the opportunity to sign up for a treatment once on board.Fitness
Fitness area: A variety of exercise equipment is located in the open air of the sundeck. Simply ask the wellness specialist if you’d like a yoga mat, exercise bands, or sets of small hand weights to use as well.The global market
Discover the talent of local artisans in the places Sea Bird ventures in the ship’s global market. The global market is a collection of items made by local residents in the places we explore. It is hosted in the ship’s lounge during each expedition. You may find silver jewelry crafted in Alaska, handmade dolls from Baja, paintings and books by your naturalist staff, plus expedition clothing and other essentials. Every item purchased in the global market contributes to the Lindblad Artisan Fund, which supports artisans in communities around the world to develop their potential more effectively and successfully.Bridge
You’re invited to the ship’s bridge to see the calm business of navigation unfold. Ask the watch officer questions about navigation. Or, help yourself to the ever-ready binoculars to scan the horizon for whale spouts.Bar
The bar is typically open from 11 a.m. until one hour after lunch begins and from 5 p.m. until closing. A variety of beverages are available for purchase including wine by the glass or bottle, cocktails, specialty drinks, and spirits. There is also a 24-hour self-service beverage station with coffee, tea, soft drinks, beer, water, ice, and snacks. The drinking age aboard the ship is 21.show more