This month, the National Geographic Endurance would have been proudly welcoming guests aboard inaugural voyages in the Arctic and beyond. Her grand entrance may be postponed, but you can still have a look inside the extraordinary ship…
While we are all social distancing at home, the team onboard the National Geographic Endurance has been prepping and polishing every inch of the ship’s gleaming new surfaces so when guests can finally explore on her, this remarkable ship will exceed their every expectation.
To say thank you for being patient, the team would like to share with you a sneak peek of the ship, led by Captain Aaron Wood and members of his team.
Let Captain Wood show you around the Bridge and the Observation Lounge, cabins and suites, and new features like the glass-walled yoga studio, infinity Jacuzzis and the first igloos at sea.
What a treat!
National Geographic Endurance
Lindblad Expeditions Holdings, Inc. took delivery of the National Geographic Endurance in March from Ulstein Verft, marking the official completion of the line’s first polar new build.
Two years in the making, the state-of-the-art 126-guest ship has been designed by Ulstein Design & Solutions as the ultimate expedition platform with a focus on safety and comfort.
A fully stabilized, highly strengthened, ice-class Polar Class (PC5) vessel, she is designed to navigate polar passages year-round, and safely explore uncharted waters.
Her patented X-BOW® is key to the ship’s design; its powerful wave-slicing action provides an extremely smooth ride in even adverse conditions and even reduces spray on deck, for superior observation.
She carries a full suite of expedition tools and offers a variety of experience-enhancing amenities and is an extraordinary ship for next-generation exploring.
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