National Geographic Endurance cabins and suites

National Geographic Endurance staterooms review, floor plans, photos

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Large Balcony Suite

Max passengers:3
Staterooms number:12
Cabin size:430 ft2 / 40 m2
Balcony size:included
Location (on decks):7-Bridge
Type (categories):(Category 7) Suite with Large Balcony

Category 7 Balcony Suites (dark pink-colored) are located forward and aft on Bridge Deck. Each cabin has floor-ceiling glass doors opening to a large, step-out balcony. Category 7 cabins have walk-in wardrobe, convertible sofabed, bathroom with bathtub, and are equally sized (40 m2).

Balcony Junior Suite

Max passengers:3
Staterooms number:1
Cabin size:345 ft2 / 32 m2
Balcony size:included
Location (on decks):7-Bridge
Type (categories):(Category 6) Junior Suite with Balcony

Category 6 Junior Suite (purple-colored) is a large balcony cabin (located aft-portside on Bridge Deck) with floor-ceiling glass doors opening to a step-out terrace. Category 6 cabin has a convertible sofabed.

Balcony Cabin

Max passengers:3
Staterooms number:28
Cabin size:205 ft2 / 19 m2
Balcony size:included
Location (on decks):5-Main, 6-Lounge, 7-Bridge
Type (categories):(Categories 3-4-5) Stateroom with Balcony

Categories 3, 4 and 5 are balcony cabins with floor-ceiling glass doors opening to a step-out terrace. Category 3 (Main Deck, yellow-colored), Category 4 (Lounge Deck, brown-colored) and Category 5 (Bridge Deck, light blue-colored) cabins have convertible sofabed and are equally sized (19 m2).

Porthole Cabin

Max passengers:3
Staterooms number:16
Cabin size:185-205 ft2 / 17-19 m2
Balcony size:none
Location (on decks):4-Fore
Type (categories):(Categories 1-2) Stateroom with Large Porthole Windows

Categories 1 and 2 are standard cabins with two large porthole windows (non-opening) located forward-midship on Deck 4. Each cabin features alcove seating and relax chair. Sizes are 17 m2 (Category 1, orange-colored) and 19 m2 (Category 2, green-colored).

Single Cabin

Max passengers:1
Staterooms number:12
Cabin size:140 ft2 / 13 m2
Balcony size:none
Location (on decks):5-Main, 6-Lounge
Type (categories):(Categories A-B Solo) Cabin with single occupancy

Categories "Solo" are single cabins with floor-ceiling glass doors opening to a step-out balcony. Category A Solo (Main Deck, blue-colored) and Category B Solo (Lounge Deck, red-colored) staterooms have convertible sofabed.

 

National Geographic Endurance cabins review

National Geographic Endurance cruise ship has a total of 69 staterooms on 4 cabin decks. Of all cabins, 56 are standard (75% of all), 40 of which have private balconies and 13 are balcony suites. Passenger capacity is 138 (max) and 126 (on expedition cruises, in the period April through September).

All Lindblad Endurance ship cabins offer as standard amenities:

  • living room (with low table, reading chair or sofabed / 2-seater couch)
  • phone, writing desk with armchair, USB ports, flat TV (satellite reception, smart technology with infotainment system - Internet, on-demand movies, ship info channel), Wi-Fi connections
  • "Command Center" - with National Geographic's World Atlas (paper edition), analog clock, barometer, digital tablet (information on current cruise itinerary and daily scheduled activities - onboard and ashore),
  • twin beds (convertible to double), bedside cabinets, different-sized bed pillows, wall-mounted reading lamps
  • individually controlled air-conditioning
  • en-suite bathrooms (WC, glass shower, mirrored single-sink vanity with shelves and under sink storage, hairdryer, botanic hair products - soap, shower gel)

Of all staterooms, 12 can be booked as single cabins (studios with single-occupancy rates). Cabin sizes range from 140 ft2 (13 m2) "Solo Cabin" to 430 ft2 (40 m2) "Category 7 Suite". All cabins are outside, with either 2 porthole windows (large, non-opening), 1 large window (opening) or 1 step-out balcony. All cabin balconies are accessed via floor-ceiling sliding glass doors.

All decks are connected via 2 elevators (passenger lifts) and 3 staircases, and have public restrooms.

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