National Geographic Endeavour accidents and incidents

National Geographic Endeavour cruise ship

Former names
Nat Geo Endeavour I, MS Endeavour, Caledonian Star, North Star, Lindmar, Marburg

Length (LOA)
89 m / 292 ft

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CruiseMapper's National Geographic Endeavour cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 112-passenger vessel owned by Lindblad Expeditions. Our National Geographic Endeavour accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.

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  • structural - 2001 (rogue wave damages in Drake Passage)

02 March 2001Structural and Technical Issues

On March 2, 2001, while crossing the Drake Passage on a South America cruise to Antarctica (via Cape Horn route), the Lindblad Endeavour ship was struck by a 30 m (98 ft) high rogue wave. It smashed the Navigation Bridge's (Wheelhouse's) windows and ruined the vessel's communications and all the navigation equipment. The ship was assisted by the Argentinian tug ARA Alferez Sobral. Three days later, Nat Geo Endeavour reached its homeport Ushuaia (Argentina).

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