National Geographic Endurance deck 5 plan (Main-Cabins-Lobby-Restaurant)

Deck layout and review

Review of National Geographic Endurance deck 5 (Main-Cabins-Lobby-Restaurant)

At the Lobby, the ship's Reception Desk and Cruise Director's Office provide guest services and assistance. A 24-hour beverage station provides complimentary drinks (coffee, tea, water, juices).

(MDR) Main Dining Room Restaurant has floor-ceiling windows (270-degree panoramic views), two buffet stations (opened for breakfast and lunch), single-seating capacity and open-seating / flexible dining arrangement, Tables' capacity is 6-8 seats. The Restaurant has an adjacent terrace (Restaurant Balcony) with outdoor seating.

In the Restaurant is located the Galley (ship kitchen). Part of the Galley is Chef's Table - specialty restaurant for small group VIP dining.

Cruise cabins from 504 to 524, all of which are balcony staterooms in categories 3 and A-Solo (single).

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

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