National Geographic Endeavour II

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Led by renowned naturalists and experts from National Geographic, the 96-passenger National Geographic Endeavour II is one of the Galapagos’ premier expedition vessels. It combines a diverse array of activities such as snorkeling, trekking and zodiac excursions with an educational insight into this unique archipelago, its volcanic geology and endemic flora and fauna.

Study the behavior of blue-footed boobies’ courtship dances, snorkel amidst playful sea lions and get up close to colorful marine iguanas. The National Geographic Endeavour II’s zodiacs and kayaks allow you to explore its dramatic coastal cliffs and shorelines, while state-of-the-art technology such as hydrophones and underwater videos brings its marine world to life.

Details

Staterooms
Category 1
Upper Deck #201, 202. These forward cabins feature two lower single beds that can convert to a queen bed, armchair and a large window.
Category 2
Upper Deck #211, 213-219, 221-222, 224-229. These cabins feature two lower single beds that can convert to a queen bed, armchair and a large window. Cabins 224 & 225 can accommodate a third person in an upper fold-down murphy bed. Cabins 226 & 228 and 227 & 229 are adjoining with a connecting door.
Category 3
Lounge Deck #311, 313-318, 321, 322, 324, 326, 328, 330. These cabins feature two lower single beds that can convert to a queen bed, armchair and a large window. Cabins 326 & 328 can accommodate a third person in an upper fold-down murphy bed. Cabins 315 & 317, 316 & 318 and 320 & 322 are interlocking with a connecting door.
Category 4
Bridge Deck #409, 411-414, 416, 418. All cabins feature two lower single beds that can convert to a queen bed, sitting chair and a large window. Cabins 411 & 413 and 416 & 418 are interlocking with a connecting door.
Suite A
Lounge Deck Suite #320 features two lower single beds that can convert to a queen bed, a larger suite bathroom, extra closet space, armchair and two large windows. This suite and cabin 320 are interlocking with a connecting door.
Suite B
Bridge Deck Suites #420 and 422 are midship and feature two floor-to-ceiling windows, two lower single beds that can convert to a queen bed, extra closet space and a larger suite bathroom. A sofa can convert to a single bed for triple occupancy.
Suite C
Bridge Deck Suite #415 is the largest cabin on the ship and features two windows, two lower single beds that can convert to a queen bed, a separate sitting area with armchairs and a sofa that can be converted into a single bed. This suite also features extra closet space and a larger suite bathroom.
Category 2 Solo
Upper Deck #203-209. These single-occupancy cabins feature a single queen bed, armchair and a large window.
Category 3 Solo
Lounge Deck #325, 327. These single-occupancy cabins feature a single queen bed, armchair and a large window.
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Kadene Buchanan
Jamaica
5

Good Value

This was a one of a kind experience. The staff were exceptional, the food was was good. Many daily events to be a part of including snorkeling, hiking, and other water events. The islands were beautiful and the tour Director was first class. Not a lot of kid facilities but it's still a great family cruise if you have kids.