Lindblad Expeditions is subbing in five voyages to replace cruises impacted by the war in Ukraine. Itineraries are in Alaska, Iceland and coastal Japan.
Guests whose trips were canceled due to the war are eligible for 25% off select departures of the new itineraries for bookings made by June 30, said Lindblad Expeditions CEO Dolf Berle in a letter to guests booked on canceled voyages. The discount is only valid for new bookings.
Two of the replacement itineraries are in Alaska. One itinerary includes coastal Alaska, Yakutat, Disenchantment Bay and the Hubbard Glacier on the National Geographic Orion. The 15-day cruise departs on June 12 and 26.
The other Alaska voyage departs from Vancouver and explores the coast of British Columbia, Alaska’s Misty Fjords National Monument and the Hubbard Glacier. The 11-day cruise departs July 11, 21 and 31, and Aug. 10 and 30.
Lindblad is offering an Iceland itinerary aboard the National Geographic Endurance. The cruise will explore Iceland’s Westfjord region over 13 days and departs on July 2.
Two offerings explore the coast of Japan. One 20-day itinerary ends in Tokyo and includes stops on islands in the Bering Sea and the shores of Hokkaido on the National Geographic Resolution. The cruise departs on Aug. 7.
The same ship will continue on to trace the shores of Honshu and the islands of the Seto Inland Sea, South Korea, to visit Gyeongju. The 16-day cruise departs on Aug. 29.
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