We’re preparing for the launch of our brand-new expedition ship National Geographic Quest! Follow along and stay up-to-date on the latest happenings as the launch draws near. Q&As with Lindblad-National Geographic staffers involved in the build give you a behind-the-scenes look and exciting new details. Jacinta McEvoy is the VP of Global Sales and one of the many people responsible for bringing National Geographic Quest to life.
Which elements of the National Geographic Quest’s design are a result of travel agent and guest feedback?
Our travel partners are very excited about the launch of the National Geographic Quest. Their feedback as well as their clients, our guests feedback has contributed to many of her unique features. For example, 22 of her 50 cabins offer step-out balconies allowing for spectacular views. Six sets of connecting cabins for multigenerational families, the ability and flexibility to provide queen or twin beds in every cabin, elevator access to all decks and public restrooms on every deck and a designated mudroom.
What are you most excited about with the launch of the National Geographic Quest?
Her unique features, combined with new itineraries to the San Juan Islands & British Columbia, Belize & Guatemala, an incredible Expedition Team, a National Geographic certified photographer and our cool tools for exploration creates a wonderful proposition for travelers.