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Spirit of Enderby

About the Spirit of Enderby

The Spirit of Enderby is a cosy ship with room for just 50 passengers ready to explore Antarctica. The ship is small enough to manoeuvre through specific waters but is ice strengthened to ensure that its passengers are extremely safe. 

Cabins are all outward facing giving you more chances to view the incredible fauna against the breath-taking backdrop of ice and glaciers.

Spirit of Enderby Details

Style

A small, intimate ship great for accessing the narrower areas of Antarctica.

Setting

This wonderful ship can often be found exploring the waters of the Antarctic.

Accommodation & Facilities

There are 30 cabins on-board the Spirit of Enderby - each ranging in size and capacity - which can accommodate up to 50 inquisitive passengers. All of the cabins are outward facing and each have either a porthole or window so that you never miss out on a sighting. There are triples, doubles and suites which either have shared or private bathroom facilities depending on which you choose.

Dining

All of your meals are included throughout your stay on-board the Spirit of Enderby. The experienced chef will ensure that all tastes are catered for (please give notice if you have specific dietary requirements) with a menu created using fresh, locally sourced ingredients including high quality meats and vegetables.

Activities

During your stay there will be ample opportunities for you to explore the majestic, isolation which is the Antarctic. With great views from both your cabin and the deck you will also be able to explore the land which many people have never been able to step foot on. There are five zodiacs on-board the Spirit of Enderby ready to take you and your fellow passengers aground.

Child Policy

It is recommended that children should be at least over the age of 8 to stay on the Spirit of Enderby. It should be noted that there are no facilities provided specifically for children.

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