Carrying just 199 passengers, the Ocean Endeavour is a well-appointed expedition ship, expertly engineered to explore the polar regions. The ship has an ice-strengthened hull, Zodiacs for exploration and remote landings, generous deck space and advanced navigation equipment.
The ship offers a superb guest experience with a nautical lounge, two restaurants, plenty of deck space for observation of polar landscapes and comfortable lounges for relaxing. The ship’s interiors have a contemporary décor that provides a bright and spacious feel to the common spaces and cabins.
The ship offers a focus on health and wellness including a healthy approach to cuisine and newly-designed health and fitness features. Facilities include a spa serviced by organic spa provider VOYA, His & Hers saunas, salt water pool, gym and a juice bar.
The ship also provides many complimentary activities include yoga classes, an exclusive Polar Photography program and a fascinating Scientists in Residence program. There is also a wealth of adventure activities to try including kayaking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing and stand up paddle boarding (some with extra charge and require pre-booking).
There are 9 types of accommodation including triple, twin and single cabins as well as Junior Suites. Each cabin has a private bathroom, desk, chair and storage. There are a limited number of single cabins that are available with no single supplement which is very rare for the polar regions.
Nine categories of accommodation, private bathrooms with hot water, Nautical lounge, restaurant, bar, library, gift shop, salt water pool, gym, spa, sauna, juice bar, fleet of zodiacs, experienced expedition staff, kayaks, stand up paddle boarding, snow shoeing, cross country skiing (some activities with extra charge and require pre-booking).
A triple on deck four is an interior cabin with two lower berths, one upper berth and private bath. Approximately 10-15 m².
A single on deck five is an interior cabin with a lower berth and private bath. Approximately 9-10 m².
A twin porthole on deck four features a porthole window, two lower berths and private bath. Approximately 9-10 m².
A twin porthole plus is twice the size of a twin porthole, with 1 bathroom. It features a porthole window, one or two beds and one private bath. Approximately 18-20 m².
A twin window on decks seven and eight features a large picture window (obstructed view), two lower berths or one double bed and private bath. Approximately 13 m².
A twin window plus is twice the size of a twin window, with 1 bathroom. It features a picture window (full view), one or two beds and one private bath. Approximately 18-20 m².
A superior twin on decks five and seven features a picture window, two lower berths or one double bed and a private bath. Approximately 19 m².
A junior suite on decks five and seven features a picture window, two lower berths or one double bed and private bath. Approximately 30 m².
The owner’s suite on deck seven features two large bow-facing windows, one double bed, separate sitting room and private bath with tub. Approximately 30 m².
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