The National Geographic Endeavour II is a hardy vessel ideally suited for a range of oceans. Purpose -built for cruising the waters of Tierra del Fugeo, the vessel underwent a major refurbishment in 2016 to be ideally suited for Galapagos services. A larger vessel, this provides a high degree of stability in any waters, offering a thoroughly comfortable cruising experience. The vessel now comes equipped with an all new forwards-facing lounge, library, gym, & spa along with new amenities and suites throughout. Sustainability was enhanced throughout the vessel to incorporate more efficient lighting, air conditioning and technical features to minimise fuel consumption.
Guests will find 52 cabins, accommodating 96 passengers, making for a quaint and intimate experience through the islands, creating a sociable mix of families, friends, groups and even solo travellers. Equipped with zodiacs, kayaks, stand-up paddle-boards, snorkelling gear and even a glass-bottom boat, the Endeavour II offers an array of options to discover the incredible landscapes and unique wildlife encounters of the Galapagos.