The Ocean Endeavour is a luxurious vessel with comfortable cabins. It is a spacious small expedition vessel engineered to explore the Polar Regions.
Ocean Endeavour features an ice-strengthened hull, Zodiacs for exploration and remote landings, generous deck space and advanced navigation equipment.
It also features wellness services and programs such as massage therapy, yoga classes as well as a small gym and saunas for men and women.
A maximum of 199 guests will be carried per voyage.
Staff & Crew: 124
Length: 450 feet, 137 meters
Breadth: 36 feet, 11 meters
Draft: 18 feet, 5.6 meters
Propulsion: 4 Skoda Sulzer Engines, 4,355 horsepower per engine
Ice Class: 1B
Cruising speed: 15 knots
Lifeboats: 6, fully enclosed
Approximately 225 sq. ft. (20 sq. m), a Triple on Deck 4 is an interior cabin with three lower beds, and two private bathrooms. Cabin 4100 has four lower single beds and one private bathroom with a separate shower room.
Approximately 95 to 105 sq. ft. (9-10 sq. m), a Single on Deck 5 is an interior cabin with a lower bed and a private bathroom.
Approximately 95 to 105 sq. ft. (9-10 sq. m), a Twin Porthole on Deck 4 features a porthole window, two lower beds and a private bathroom. Cabins 4060, 4062, and 4064 have one lower and one upper bed and a private bathroom.
Approximately 95 to 105 sq. ft. (9-10 sq. m), a Twin Window on Deck 5 features a window, two lower beds and private bathroom.
Approximately 140 sq. ft. (13 sq. m), an Upper Deck cabin features a window (obstructed view), and private bathroom. On Deck 7, Upper Deck cabins are outfitted with two lower beds. On Deck 8, these cabins offer one double bed
Approximately 190 to 200 sq. ft. (18-20 sq. m), a Twin Porthole Suite on Deck 4 is twice the size of a Twin Porthole, with one bathroom. It features two single beds, a separate living area with a pull out sofa bed, two porthole windows, and one private bathroom.
Approximately 205 sq. ft. (19 sq. m), a Superior cabins features a large window, and a private bathroom. On Deck 5, Superior cabins have two lower beds and a pull out sofa bed. On Deck 7, Superiors feature one double bed and a sofa. Cabin 7018 has a bathtub; other Superiors have showers.
Approximately 155 sq. ft. (14.5 sq. m), a Top Deck Double on Deck 8 features two large windows (one window with partial obstruction), one double bed and a private bathroom.
Approximately 190 to 200 sq. ft. (18-20 sq. m), a Twin Window Suite on Deck 5 is twice the size of a Twin Window, with one bathroom. It features two single beds, a separate living area with a pull out sofa bed, two windows, and one private bathroom.
Approximately 320 sq. ft. (30 sq. m), a Junior Suite on Decks 5 and 7 features a window, one double bed, a pull out sofa bed and private bathroom. Cabins 7000 and 7002 have bathtubs; other Junior Suites have showers
Approximately 320 sq. ft. (30 sq. m), the Owner’s Suite on Deck 7 features two large bow-facing windows, one double bed, separate living area and private bathroom with tub.
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