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The National Geographic Endeavour is a premier expedition ship that accommodates 96 guests in 56 outside cabins. Single cabins in Category 1 are highlighted in bright blue and include cabins 219, 222, 309-312, 314-316, and 318. Single cabins in Category 2 are highlighted in bright pink and include cabins 124, 126, 127, and 205.
The ship is fully stabilized, allowing for smooth passage from one island to the next. It carries snorkeling gear, wet suits, kayaks, a fleet of Zodiacs, and a glass-bottom boat. Public areas include a lounge and bar, a library, a gift shop, a fitness center, a sauna, and a swimming pool. Services include a full-time doctor and a wellness specialist, Internet access, and laundry.
All meals are served in the ship's central dining room
The National Geographic Endeavour under way
A category 2 Cabin
The National Geographic seal welcomes guests on board the National Geographic Endeavour
The comfortable dining seats all guests for dinner
The standard bathroom aboard the National Geographic Endeavour
Prices are per person, double occupancy. For a single cabin in 2016, add $1,650 in Category 1 and $1,870 in Category 2. For a single cabin in 2017, add $1,990 in Category 2 and $2,190 in Category 3.
Airfare is not included in the expedition cost. Round-trip economy airfare between Miami and Guayaquil is from $600, and between Guayaquil and Galápagos is $520 (subject to change).
National Geographic Endeavour II
The National Geographic Endeavour II is a new, state-of-the-art addition to the National Geographic-Lindblad fleet. This fully stabilized ship allows for smooth passage between the islands of the Galápagos archipelago. This comfortable vessel carries 96 guests in 53 outside cabins and is equipped with a range of exploration tools, including kayaks, Zodiac landing craft, a glass-bottom Zodiac, and snorkeling gear. Onboard amenities include a fitness center, a spa, and a global gallery.
Artist rendering of the National Geographic Endeavour Ii coasting through the water.
Artist rendering of a cabin on the National Geographic Endeavour II.
Artist rendering of the relaxing lounge with panoramic views.