National Geographic Endurance
is a next-generation expedition ship, purpose-built for year-round polar navigation. A fully stabilized, highly strengthened, ice-class vessel, it is designed to safely explore uncharted waters in exceptional comfort, including a special patented bow that reduces spray on deck and provides a smooth ride even in adverse conditions. Communal highlights include the Ice Lounge and a fire at the heart of The Den, infinity Jacuzzis, saunas with a view and a glass-walled yoga studio. The ship carries a full slate of expedition tools, including expedition landing craft, kayaks, underwater camera, a remotely operated vehicle for undersea exploration, snorkeling gear and wet suits, hydrophone and more.
comfortably accommodates 126 guests in 69 outside-facing cabins. Every cabin has two portholes, a large window or balcony, and temperature controls. Fifty-three of the efficiently designed cabins, including all 12 of the solo cabins, feature small balconies with floor-to-ceiling sliding doors that bring in spectacular views and natural light. All cabins have modern bathrooms stocked with botanically inspired products. An in-room expedition command center includes a tablet so you can follow the ship’s progress, USB/mobile device docking, TV and Wi-Fi connection.
Room types on the Endurance
Fore deck cabin toward the bow with two large windows, alcove seating and relaxation chair (183 square feet)
Fore deck cabin with two large windows, alcove seating and relaxation chair (205 square feet)
Main deck suite with balcony and sofa (205 square feet)
Solo main deck suite with balcony and sofa (140 square feet)
Lounge deck suite with balcony and sofa (205 square feet)
Solo lounge deck suite with balcony and sofa (140 square feet)
Bridge deck suite with balcony and sofa bed (205 square feet)
Bridge deck junior suite with large balcony and sofa bed (344 square feet)
Bridge deck suite with large balcony, sofa bed, bathtub and walk-in closet (430 square feet)