M/V National Geographic Endeavour II is a 96-passenger vessel organizing expeditions for exploring the rich wildlife of the Galapagos Islands.
National Geographic Endeavour II features 52 cabins and suites with Wi-Fi access and air-conditioning, designed for couples, families, groups and also for solo guests. There are different bed configurations they can choose from, connecting cabins, double or solo cabins. All cabins and suites have large windows allowing passengers to enjoy an amazing ocean view.
The social areas include a lounge with a bar, an entertainment area and a library. There is also a spa and a fitness center available for guests, where they can benefit from a wellness program. Outside, there’s a partially covered deck with a sitting area, a barbecue area, a large observation deck and a sundeck.
All meals are served aboard with fresh and local food: a buffet-style breakfast, a family-style or buffet-style lunch and a plated dinner.
National Geographic Endeavour II provides all the tools for an amazing expedition: snorkeling gear, wetsuits, stand-up paddleboards, kayaks and a glass-bottom boat.
Type: Cruise Ship
Capacity: 96 passengers
Length: 72 meters / 236 feet
Beam: 13.4 meters / 44 feet
Max Speed: 12 knots
Guide: Ecuadorian National Expert Guides
Layout: 5 decks
Cabins: 53 cabins
Beds layout: Twins & doubles
Sharing: No allowed
• Our expeditions travel between Baltra and San Cristóbal and include Santa Cruz and a selection of the other islands. Each day you will have the opportunity to go on nature walks with local naturalists, swim, snorkel or explore the waters by Zodiac