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National Geographic Explorer

Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic Explorer take the lead in sustainable disinfection

One of our clients is Lindblad Expeditions and their fleet of National Geographic expedition ships.

The first vessel we implemented Premium Purity™ on was The National Geographic Explorer, a state-of-the-art, ice-class expedition ship. The Explorer accommodates 148 guests in 81 spacious cabins and is equipped with the latest tools for exploration.

It also used to have many conventional cleaning detergents on board, but in 2018 a team from ACT.Global was invited on board to implement Premium Purity™ on the entire ship.

Consequently, six cleaning detergents was reduced to one – the ACT ECA System™ – and the ship reduced its chemical use. The crew was trained in a more efficient and healthier way of working with disinfection and cleaning.

Based on great results and high crew satisfaction with Premium Purity™ onboard the Explorer, Lindblad Expeditions decided to roll-out the solution to their entire fleet.

And in 2019, we re-coated the Explorer and updated the crew on the newest developments within hygiene and efficient cleaning protocols.

We look forward to working with Lindblad Expeditions in the years to come.

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“Over a 12-months period, The National Geographic Explorer experienced more than 50% reduction in gastrointestinal cases reported to the ship’s doctor.”*

Bruce Tchampel
Vice President, Hotel Operations, Lindblad Expeditions, USA

*The reduction is compared to the yearly reported cases from the previous three years before the implementation of Premium Purity™.
Photo: Bruce Tschampel, All rights reserved Lindblad Expeditions.

Contact Lars Bang Pedersen

For more information contact
Lars Bang Pedersen or +45 6025 3029

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