National Geographic Explorer
National Geographic Explorer was purposely designed for exploring the Polar Regions. The Ice-Class 1A Hull provides maximum stability and safety whilst cruising along the smaller Polar Passages. All cabins and suites are modern and outside facing, they are also provided with flat screen televisions and climate controls. Throughout the ship there are 81 cabins and suites holding a total of 148 guests.
The ship is kitted out with state-of-the-art equipment to enable guests the opportunity to explore nature close-up, including Zodiacs, sea kayaks and underwater cameras.
Onboard National Geographic Explorer, guests will experience a relaxed dining atmosphere where they can enjoy the company of other guests, specialist experts and team members. There is a choice of two dining venues, the Bistro Bar or the Dining Room where you will be served by the gracious and attentive team of staff. Where possible the ingredients are locally sourced from sustainable locations.
National Geographic Explorer Accommodation
- 81 Cabins and Suites all outside facing
- Large windows or large glass sliding door providing stunning views whilst you cruise
- Flat screen television in all cabins and suites with access to expedition information
- Beautiful modern design
National Geographic Explorer Facilities
- Dining Room
- Bistro Bar
- Observation Lounge
- Library Internet Cafe
- Wellness Centre
- Fitness Centre
- Underwater Camera and Crow’s nest camera equipment
- Sea Kayaks Zodiacs
National Geographic Explorer Images
National Geographic Explorer Cruises
|7 Dec 2016||Journey to Antarctica: The White Continent||9 days||National Geographic Explorer|
|16 Dec 2016||Journey to Antarctica: The White Continent||9 days||National Geographic Explorer|
|26 Dec 2016||Journey to Antarctica: The White Continent||9 days||National Geographic Explorer|
|7 Mar 2017||South Georgia and the Falklands||14 days||National Geographic Explorer|