Natl Geographic Endeavour travel42 Professional Ship Review
The Endeavour a 3,132-ton, 295-ft Bahamian-registered ship with a 46-ft beam and a deep sea-keeping 21-ft draft. Formerly the Caledonian Star, she carries a crew of 60, and 96 passengers in 62 outside cabins to the Galapagos, providing a consort to the smaller National Geographic Islander.
She entered service in 1966 for a completely different purpose. Originally built for the fishing industry, she was heavily reconstructed for cruise service and received a major refit in 2001 and again in 200...
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