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Ocean Endeavour

There’s no reason that when you set sail to Antarctica that you have to give up on health and wellbeing. The Ocean Endeavour has proven that this remarkable, challenging journey can be improved with the addition of yoga and stretching classes, spa and beauty treatments, hot saunas, and a juice and smoothie bar.

You won’t miss out on any of the things which make an Antarctic journey unique, however. The Ocean Endeavour is still equipped with a polar library, plenty of deck space for observing the scenery and wildlife, and equipment for all manner of activities. You can fill your days with kayaking, Zodiac cruising, hiking, cross country skiing, and stand up paddle boarding, and then return to the ship for some R&R.
 
The Ocean Endeavour has 13 different categories of cabin, from affordable triples to the much more spacious junior suites. All cabins are decorated in neutral tones and have en suite bathrooms with showers. Guests dine in the attractive Polaris Restaurant and you can have drinks in the various lounges and clubs around the ship.