Lindblad Expeditions has announced that its new polar expedition ship, National Geographic Endurance, will depart on its maiden voyage on July 21, 2021, from Reykjavik, Iceland.
The first new polar ship built in the line’s history, the 126-guest ship was named in honor of legendary explorer Ernest Shackleton. Originally set to launch in April 2020, National Geographic Endurance sat out the pandemic in Norway.
The 19-day inaugural voyage will begin and end in Reykjavik and will explore Iceland and then sail off the east coast of Greenland, home to polar bears, walruses, and whales. If Greenland’s border opens for visitors, the ship will make landings and explore ashore.
Rates begin at $22,190 per person, based on double occupancy in a category 1 cabin.
Following the inaugural voyage, National Geographic Endurance will embark on two 13-day voyages also to Iceland and Greenland, departing Aug. 7 and Aug. 18. Rates begin at $13,350, based on double occupancy in a category 1 cabin.
Both itineraries offer the opportunity to hike to the erupting Fagradalsfjall Volcano in the region of Geldingadalur.
Onboard, guests can view the ship-wide polar art exhibit, relax after a dip in a whirlpool, work out in the glass-walled yoga studio or gym, and even sleep under the stars in the top-deck igloos.
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