Why We Like This Ship

  • Capacity for just 126 guests ensures an intimate onboard and expedition experience 
  • X-bow technology helps cut through choppy waters, improving onboard stability and your sailing comfort
  • Of the 69 cabins over 75% have a private balcony, including 12 dedicated solo occupancy rooms
  • Thoughtfully designed, innovative social areas including a panoramic yoga studio, science hub, infinity edge Jacuzzis and outdoor sleeping 'igloos'
  • Large fleet of kayaks allows all guests to try out the unique sensation of paddling in icy waters

Voyages aboard National Geographic Endurance

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Cassia says

A feature that we have never seen on any other ship are the 'igloos'. These geodesic domes are located out on deck and make a wonderfully quirky sheltered place to enjoy the view by day. They can also be booked on board for overnight stays: glamping polar-style!

Cassia Jackson Polar Specialist

Cabin Categories

The ship has 69 cabins in total, all en suite. All can be configured as either a double or twin beds. Of the 56 standard cabins, 40 benefit from an exterior balcony-style area (including 12 dedicated solo occupancy cabins).  All of the 13 larger suites also enjoy a balcony.  Balcony cabins feature floor to ceiling sliding glass doors and even a hammock, though you may need to wrap up in thermals to try it!

Category 07 - Superior Balcony

  • Large balcony suite with substantial balcony
  • Located on the Bridge Deck, mid-ship location
  • Cabin numbers: 700, 701, 702, 703, 704, 705, 706, 707, 712, 714, 715, 716, 717
  • 40m² / 430ft²
  • Large sliding doors onto balcony
  • Separated seating area with sofa bed
  • Bathtub with separate shower
  • Walk-in closet

Category 06 - Junior Balcony Suite

  • Expansive junior balcony suite with substantial balcony (only 1 available)
  • Located on the Bridge Deck, mid-ship location
  • Cabin number: 710
  • 32m² / 344ft²
  • Large sliding doors onto balcony
  • Seating area with sofa bed
Category 6 Cabin, National Geographic Endurance, Antarctic Vessel

Category 05 - Balcony

  • Located on the Bridge Deck, mid-ship location
  • Cabin numbers: 708, 709, 711, 713
  • 19m² / 205ft²
  • Convenient access to the fitness studio
  • Large sliding doors onto balcony
  • Sofa seating area

Category 04 - Balcony

  • Located on the Lounge Deck 
  • Cabin numbers: 608, 610, 612, 613, 614, 615, 616, 617, 618, 619, 620, 621, 622, 623
  • 19m² / 205ft²
  • Quick access to the bow observation deck
  • Large sliding doors onto balcony
  • Sofa seating area

Category 03 - Balcony

  • Located on the Main Deck
  • Cabin numbers: 515, 516, 517, 518, 519, 520, 521, 522, 523, 524
  • 19m² / 205ft²
  • Convenient access to main restaurant 
  • Large sliding doors onto balcony
  • Sofa seating area

Category 02 - Window

  • Located on the Fore Deck
  • Cabin numbers: 401, 412, 414, 416, 417, 418, 419, 421, 422, 423, 424, 425, 426, 427
  • 19m² / 205ft²
  • Two large windows 
  • Alcove seating & relax chair

Category 01 - Window

  • Located on the Fore Deck, forward location towards the bow
  • Cabin numbers: 406, 408, 411, 413, 415
  • 17m² /183m²
  • Two large windows 
  • Alcove seating & relax chair

Single & Premium Single

  • 13m² / 140ft²
  • Quick access to outdoor viewing area / bow observation deck
  • Large sliding doors onto balcony
  • Single bed & desk area

Please note there is a a price differential between these two solo cabin categories

  • Single Category A Solo (SA): on the Main Deck
  • Forward location towards the bow - cabin numbers: 504, 505, 506, 507, 508, 509, 510, 513
  • Premium Single Category B Solo (SB): on the Lounge Deck
  • Forward location towards the bow - cabin numbers: 604, 605, 606, 609, 611

Deck Plan