National Geographic Quest

Age : 5

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Passengers : 100
National Geographic Quest is an ocean going cruise ship built in 2017 and is of age 5 year old, waving the flag of United States of America. The vessel accommodates 100 passengers serviced by a crew of 35 people. It is provided with 4 decks of which 3 decks with cabins, a total of 50 cabins. National Geographic Quest is owned by Lindblad Expeditions Holdings Inc and operated by Lindblad National Geographic Cruises. The builder's shipyard is Nichols Brothers Boat Builders (Freeland, Whidbey Island WA). Тhe hull is classified as ice-strengthened expedition ship. The investment budget equalled to the building cost of USD 55 million. The vessel is sailing with the speed of 12 kn. The main particulars include length of 73 m, beam of 14 m, gross tonnage of 2906 GT. Sister ships are National Geographic Venture.
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