National Geographic Endurance deck 6 plan (Lounge-Cabins)

Deck layout and review

Review of National Geographic Endurance deck 6 (Lounge-Cabins)

The fore-located Captain's Suite and officers quarters are inaccessible to passengers.

Global Gallery is a modern conference facility with top-notch multimedia equipment for travel-themed documentary films, port talks, slideshows, lectures and video presentations.

Photo Workshop (with photo gear locker) is served by a NatGeo certified photographer (photo instructor / video chronicler).

Ship's Main Lounge (Ice Lounge) has comfortable furniture (low tables, armchairs, sofas), a state-of-the-art audio-video system, a full-service Bar. At Ice Lounge, there is an electronic chart displaying current ship position, course and cruising speed. Ship's resident NatGeo naturalists use its video microscope (80x magnification) to explain to passengers all elements of the marine ecosystems. The real-time images are displayed on the large HDTV.

Adjacent (aft) is the Lounge Deck - terrace with outdoor seating.

Cruise cabins from 604 to 623, all of which are balcony staterooms in categories 4 and B-Solo (single).

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

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