- Ship Highlights
- Passengers : 96
- Includes Isabela & Fernandina Islands
- Kayaking available
Don’t let her accommodating public and private spaces, the posh quiet and rich collection of books in her Library, or the lavish observation space on her decks fool you — the National Geographic Endeavour is an expedition ship, designed for discovery and active exploration, not just passive passing-by. The Endeavour heads out equipped with a fleet of Zodiacs, enabling you to make landfall in all the remote and riveting locations that beckon! Kayaking opportunities are offered wherever possible and frequent walks or hikes.
There’s no age limit to the adventurous opportunities — anyone who feels fit and is interested is welcome to participate. And because navigation is an underlying theme, the "Open Bridge" policy will provide you with one of the more gratifying memories of the many you’ll make. The spontaneity and flexibility that characterizes our expedition style means there is literally something new to experience and enjoy daily.
Public Areas: Ship is fully air conditioned. Covered deck with chairs and tables; Doctors Office; Lounge with bar and facilities for films, slide shows and lectures; Library; Swimming Pool; Fitness Center; Sauna; Gift Shop; Bridge.
Meals: Served in one seating with unassigned tables for an informal atmosphere and easy mingling. Menu is international with Ecuadorian flair.
Cabins: All cabins are above the waterline and face outside with windows or portholes. Each has private facilities and climate controls.
Expedition Equipment: Glass-bottom boat, hydrophone, kayaks, snorkeling gear, Splash-Cam, underwater video camera, video microscope, and Zodiac landing craft.
Special Features: Guest internet access and laundry service. A ship's doctor, Undersea Specialist, and Video Chronicler are also onboard. The vessel is staffed by a Wellness Specialist and features an outdoor stretching area and a floating massage platform.
|Islands Voyage||10||$4,990||Galapagos: Fernandina, Isabela, North Seymour, Rabida, San Cristobal, Santa Cruz Island, Santiago|
Main Deck Main Deck #202, 204, 221, 224 - Cabins feature two lower single beds, a writing desk and two portholes.
|Cat 1 Single|
Main Deck # 219, 222; A Dec #309-312, 314-316, 318 - Sole Occupancy cabins have at least one lower single bed, a writing desk and a porthole.
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 have large windows and Main Deck cabins have two portholes.
|Cat 2 Single|
Upper Deck #124, 126, 127; Main Deck #205 - Sole Occupancy cabins have one lower single bed and at least one porthole.
Main Deck #209; A Deck #300, 350, 351 - Spacious cabins accommodating two or three, with two lower beds, sitting chair, writing desk, and two portholes.
Upper Deck #102, 104-112, 114-116, 118, 120, 121, 123 - Conveniently located cabins feature two lower single beds and a writing desk.
Upper Deck #117, 129. Finest accommodations on board, with separate sleeping and sitting areas, large view windows and a convertible sofa to accommodate a third person.