Lindblad tends to attract well-traveled, well-heeled, and well-educated professionals who are looking for an active, casual, up-close experience of their destinations, packed with wildlife, culture, and history. They're the granola crowd with money, and they're fiercely loyal to the company and willing to pay an often substantial premium to sail. While most of them are in the 55-plus age range, a surprising number are younger, active couples. Lindblad actively encourages children and families to go on its trips, strongly believing that most kids would love to go kayaking near glaciers or snorkeling with sea lions. Single travelers are also welcome, and the line has a cabin-share program so that singles can sail without paying double for a double-occupancy room.
In general, passengers must be active and fit due to the lack of elevators, the necessity of climbing in and out of Zodiacs, and kayaking and other activities.
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