Nov 17, 2018 - National Geographic Orion
Today was another day navigating the waters on our way south to the Antarctic continent. Days at sea give us the opportunity to enjoy the amenities aboard National Geographic Orion. Some people enjoyed the gym, sauna, and received a
Sindre, our safety officer, has been working aboard the MV National Geographic Orion since 2017. He enjoys working on expedition ships because he gets to go places in the world that you don’t get to see while working other jobs. He especially loves working on National Geographic Orion because it is a small, cozy ship that’s not too big, and not too small. His favorite food is his father’s
Marlon, our Quartermaster has worked on National Geographic Orion since 2006. He, along with other crew members, came with the ship when it transferred into the hands of Lindblad
When asked why he likes working on an expedition ship, Navigational Officer Marcus said “obviously because we get to see what we see. And the Orion has 5-star food, which is really important. Food is very important”. Marcus eats both lunch and dinner standing up, as he is working those hours on the bridge. Marcus once worked in a mine in Bolivia where he blew dynamite.
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