National Geographic Quest

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The National Geographic Quest is one of the newest additions to the fleet of this world-renowned scientific and educational institution. This purpose-built, state-of-the-art 100-passenger expedition vessel is designed for the exploration of coastal waters and fast-moving channels whilst retaining supreme onboard comfort. Twin expedition craft landings ensure rapid embarkation of their Mark V Zodiacs to take advantage of wildlife sightings and maximize exploration time. 

Spacious cabins are equipped with portholes, large windows or balconies, as well as wifi access, temperature controls and private bathrooms. Connecting cabins have been designed specifically with families in mind, while USB and power outlets allow guests to easily charge their cameras and electronic devices. They are both equipped with hydrophones and underwater cameras to make the most of the below-surface activity, as well as kayaks for guests to explore at their leisure. 

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Staterooms
Category 1 cabins
Main Deck with two lower single beds or one queen bed, a desk and two portholes
Category 2 cabins
Main Deck with two lower single beds or one queen bed, a desk and two portholes
Category 3 cabins
Upper Deck with two lower single beds or one queen bed, a desk and a large window
Category 4 cabins
Upper Deck with two lower single beds or one queen bed, a desk and private balcony
Category 5 cabins
Observation Deck with two lower single beds or one queen bed, a desk and convertible sofa bed, as well as large windows