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What you'll find onboard-National Geographic Endeavour

 The intimate Islander accommodates 48 guests in 24 cabins facing outward, with private facilities and climate control. The ship features Zodiacs, snorkeling gear, wet suits, kayaks, a video microscope, a Splash-Cam, a spa, a doctor's office, a gift shop, an email station, a library, a lounge, and a dining room. 




•​An attentive, expert hotel staff and well-thought-out amenities ensure a comfortable shipboard life.

•​Staying connected
Each cabin has Wi-Fi access and an ethernet jack and cord to connect to your laptop. The ship's library, lounge, pool deck, and sun deck also offer Wi-Fi. Connecting to the satellite Internet costs between $.40 and $.75 per minute, based on how many minutes you purchase. The satellite phone is available for phone calls for an additional charge. Keep informed with the daily news back home with a condensed version of The New York Times printed aboard each day. Copies are available in the lounge.

•Photo kiosks for photographers
An iMac station is available in the ship’s lounge for sorting and transferring your photos. It’s equipped with a digital media reader and USB outlets. Bring along an external hard drive or USB drive (or several) to store and back up your photos. Use of the photo kiosk is complimentary, on a first-come, first-served basis.

A dryer and a swimsuit spinner for damp clothing are conveniently located forward of the sun deck where the snorkeling gear is stored. At an additional charge, the ship’s staff will handle personal laundry and pressing. There are no facilities for dry cleaning on board.

Beverage Station
Reusable bottles and a pitcher of filtered water are placed in your cabin each day. The lounge and library offer hot coffee, tea, and soda 24 hours a day. Whether or not the bar is open, a self-service refrigerator is always stocked with Ecuadorian beer in the lounge.

A doctor is aboard Endeavour and available 24 hours a day free of charge.

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