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View Sailings Wind Spirit

7-night Itinerary: Papeete, Moorea, Raiatea (overnight), Motu Mahaea, Bora Bora (overnight), Huahine, Papeete
View Sailings Our 10- or 11-day voyage in French Polynesia, experience one of earth's most beautiful - and most rare - places. Fakarava, with an ecosystem so diverse it has been named a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. We will let the trade winds of French Polynesia, which have enticed sailors for centuries, fill the sails of Wind Spirit as we sail through the windward and leeward Society Islands to the serene natural beauty of the Tuamotu Islands, where pristine atolls and crystal lagoons welcome you to a hidden paradise.
View Sailings Wind Spirit

10- or 11-NIGHT ITINERARY: Papeete, Fakarava, Rangiroa, Motu Mahaea, Raiatea (overnight), Bora Bora (overnight), Huahine, Moorea, Papeete (overnight)
View Sailings Symphony of the Seas®

7-night Itinerary*: Miami, St. Maarten (Philipsburg), St. Thomas (Charlotte Amalie), Perfect Day at CocoCay, Miami
View Sailings Ovation of the Seas®

7-night Itinerary: Seattle, Inside Passage, Juneau, Skagway, Dawes Glacier, Victoria, Seattle
View Sailings Oasis of the Seas®

7-night Itinerary: Cape Liberty Cruise Port (NY Harbor), Port Canaveral, Perfect Day at CocoCay, Nassau, Cape Liberty Cruise Port (NY Harbor)
View Sailings Star Legend

Itinerary: Reykjavík, Heimaey, Seydisfjordur (overnight), Akureyri, Isafjord, Grundarfjörður, Reykjavík
View Sailings Celebrity Infinity®

10-night Itinerary: Lisbon (overnight), Oporto (Leixoes), La Coruna, Spain, Gibraltar, Malaga, Alicante, Valencia, Barcelona
View Sailings Viking Jupiter, Viking Sky, Viking Star, Viking Sun, Viking Venus

Itinerary: Bergen (overnight), Eidfjord, Stavanger, Aalborg, Copenhagen, Berlin (Warnemünde), Berlin, Gdansk (Gdynia), Tallinn, St. Petersburg (overnight), Helsinki, Stockholm (overnight
View Sailings National Geographic Endeavor II, National Geographic Islander

On our Galápagos cruise tours, you’ll be snorkeling, hiking, paddleboarding, and cruising by Zodiac. You'll encounter animals unafraid of you.Since the first international tourist expedition cruise to the Galápagos Islands in July 1967 with Lars-Eric Lindblad, we’ve introduced generations of guests to these strange and wonderful islands, the world’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site.