A classic expedition ship, the 96-guest National Geographic Endeavour’s generous proportions create a vibrant onboard community. With a casual ambience and no assigned seating in the Dining Room, she is a very welcoming and inclusive ship. Equipped with a glass-bottom boat, ROV, complimentary snorkel gear, kayaks and a video microscope, National Geographic Endeavour enables both wet and dry ocean explorations and departs every Friday from January to December.
|Beam (Width):||46 ft|
|1||Main Deck #202, 204,|
A Deck #352, 353—All cabins feature two
lower single beds, a writing desk and a
|2||Upper Deck # 122,|
125; Main Deck #201, 203, 206, 208,
210-212, 214-218, 220—Cabins have
two lower single beds and a writing desk.
Upper Deck Cabins feature large windows
& Main Deck cabins have two portholes.
|3||Main Deck # 209; A Deck|
#300, 350, 351—These spacious cabins
accommodate two or three people, all with
two lower beds, a sitting chair, a writing
desk and two portholes. Each has a
separate sleeping and sitting area.
|4||Upper Deck #102,|
104-112, 114-116, 118, 120, 121, 123
—Conveniently located cabins feature two
lower single beds and a writing desk.
|5||Upper Deck #117, 129—|
The finest accommodations on board.
Suites have separate sleeping and sitting areas, a large view window and a convertible sofa to accommodate a third person.
|Solo 1||Main Deck # 219,|
222; A Deck #309-312, 314-316, 318
|Solo 2||Upper Deck #124,|
Main Deck #205