SIZE: 199 GUESTS
BUILT: 1982 – refurbished 2016
Ocean Endeavour is a comfortable, well-appointed expedition ship with a range of en-suite cabins catering for a maximum of 199 guests. She is ice-strengthened and equipped with a fleet of Zodiacs for exploration and remote landings, generous deck space and advanced navigation equipment. The ship offers a superb guest experience with a nautical lounge, two restaurants, sundeck, and plenty of deck space for observation of polar landscapes, and lounges for learning and reflection. Endeavour is focused on health and wellness. From the newly-built saunas, to the pool, gym, hot tub and wellness café with a juice bar, the ship will offer guests on-board services and amenities that will enhance your Polar expedition experience.
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Approximately 30 sq. m, the Owner’s Suite on Deck 7 features two large bow-facing windows, one double bed, separate living area and private bathroom with tub.
Approximately 30 sq. m, a Junior Suite on Decks 5 and 7 features a window, one double bed, a pull out sofa bed and private bathroom. Cabins 7000 and 7002 have bathtubs; other Junior Suites have showers.
Approximately 18-20 sq. m, a Twin Window Suite (2) on Deck 5 is twice the size of a Twin Window, with two bathrooms. It features two single beds, a separate living area with a pull out sofa bed, two windows, and two private bathrooms.
Approximately 14.5 sq. m, a Top Deck Double on Deck 8 features two large windows (one window with partial obstruction), one double bed and a private bathroom.
Approximately 19 sq. m, a Superior cabins features a large window, and a private bathroom. On Deck 5, Superior cabins have two lower beds and a pull out sofa bed. On Deck 7, Superiors feature one double bed and a sofa. Cabin 7018 has a bathtub; other Superiors have showers.
Approximately 18-20 sq. m, a Twin Porthole Suite on Deck 4 is twice the size of a Twin Porthole, with two bathrooms. It features two single beds, a separate living area with a pull out sofa bed, two porthole windows, and two private bathrooms.
Approximately 13 sq. m, an Upper Deck cabin features a window (obstructed view), and private bathroom. On Deck 7, Upper Deck cabins are outfitted with two lower beds. On Deck 8, these cabins offer one double bed.
Approximately 9-10 sq. m, a Twin Porthole on Deck 4 features a porthole window, two lower beds and a private bathroom. Cabins 4060, 4062, and 4064 have one lower and one upper bed and a private bathroom.
Approximately 20 sq. m, a Triple on Deck 4 is an interior cabin with three lower beds, and two private bathrooms. Cabin 4100 has four lower single beds and one private bathroom with a separate shower room.
Ocean Endeavour itineraries have a transfer package (AU$1,410) which includes:
One night’s hotel accommodation on day 1 of the itinerary in Buenos Aires with breakfast (Note: The number of guests per room is the same as cabin occupancy on the ship. Due to limited availability, travelers who reserve a suite on board are accommodated in standard rooms at the hotel. Triple rooms may not be available.)
• Group transfer from hotel to airport in Buenos Aires
• Group flight departing from Buenos Aires’ domestic airport (Aeroparque/AEP) to Ushuaia, and returning to Buenos Aires’ international airport (Ezeiza/EZE)
• Group transfer from Ushuaia airport to the ship, and return (Note: Transfer on arrival in Buenos Aires from airport to hotel at the beginning of the journey is not included. Please make your way to the included hotel.)
• Combined airport transfer and express bus tour of Tierra del Fuego National Park after disembarkation in Ushuaia
All Ocean Endeavour voyages include:
Rubber boots to borrow for shore landings for the time of the cruise
Expedition parka to keep
Digital Voyage Log
Staff and Crew: 124
Dimensions: Length: 137m Breadth: 11m Draft: 5.6m
Speed: 15 knots maximum
Operator: Quark (2019-20), Peregrine (2020-21)
Lifeboats: 6 Fully Enclosed
Ice Class: 1B
Propulsion: 2 x Skoda Sulzer Engines, 4,355 horsepower per engine
Built: 1982 (Refurbished 2016)