NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC EXPLORER
Inaugurated in 2008, National Geographic Explorer is the world’s ultimate expedition ship. The embodiment of the National Geographic alliance, her design and equipment is the result of almost 200 years of collective expedition experience. Originally built for service along Norway’s coast as part of the famed Hurtigruten, or Coastal Express, her excellent maneuverability and just-right size made her a natural choice for addition to our fleet. Drawing on our nearly 50 years of pioneering expedition history and expertise, we completely redesigned and rebuilt her. Explorer is uniquely equipped with an ice-strengthened hull and advanced navigation equipment for polar expeditions; a roster of tools for exploration; and a well-appointed interior with vast expanses of glass for an unprecedented connection to the regions we explore. She provides a peerless expedition experience. Explorer accommodates 148 guests in 81 cabins, including 13 cabins with private balconies, six spacious suites and 14 cabins specifically designed for solo travelers. At 367 feet with six decks, she is spacious and modern, with a variety of public rooms that offer startling views of the passing landscape. Friendly and informal, Explorer instantly fosters a welcoming environment where enthused and curious passengers share in exceptional experiences and enrichment.
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Join us on an odyssey that combines the celebrated wonders of the southernmost realms of the planet in a single epic voyage.
Embark on a circumnavigation of Newfoundland and sail into Eastern Canada’s breathtaking natural beauty.
Explore three remarkable regions of the north on a far-ranging expedition through ice-laden waters encompassing Greenland's spectacular, 100-mile-long Kangerlussuaq Fjord and Ilulissat Icefjord, Nunavut's Baffin Island, and the wild coastline of Newfoundland and Labrador.