National Geographic Resolution
On a cruise ship
National Geographic Resolution: ‘Ice class’ ship for intrepid travelers
Expedition ships are meant to get bring you closer to nature. National Geographic Resolution succeeds without sacrificing comfort.
Whether you cruise Patagonia and Antarctica or you'd like to explore the coastal waters of Iceland or sail from Easter Island to Tahiti, you can see things a little differently. The ship capacity is just 126 passengers on expedition-style voyages, allowing all the kayaking, snowshowing or cross-country skiing you want. Tour sites near ports of call with certified naturalists and immerse yourself in unique locations.
Resolution made its maiden voyage Nov. 17, 2021, with a sailing to Antarctica, South Georgia and the Falklands. The ship features a comfortable home base for your adventures, including a lounge with bar, a gym and a yoga studio. Hot tubs and saunas have ocean views. A library is available for research or you can work in the phone workshop. Presentations will be scheduled throughout the expedition, including specialists operating underwater cameras.
Its most striking feature may be its distinctive profile, the X-Bow design that affords a smooth, comfortable ride in all kinds of weather conditions and makes for a quieter ride.
You can be as active as you want, or take it easy with walks and watching the scenery onboard ship. So, take a chance to see things a little differently. Just expect to pay a premium for the experience.
Where National Geographic Resolution sails
National Geographic Resolution offers a host of excellent expedition itineraries. Choose from voyages lasting 12 to 25 days to such destinatins as Antarctica and Patagonia, Iceland and Greenland, Easter Island, coastal Japan and Russia's Far East. Call a Cruiseable travel consultant for details.
The ship accommodates 126 guests in 69 spacious cabins — all of which face outside and have large windows or balconies, private bathrooms, individual climate control, Wi-Fi, hair dryers and an expedition command center with tablets and USB/mobile device docking. Fifty-three of the rooms have exterior balconies.
Interested in a cruise on this ship?
If you're interested in a cruise on National Geographic Resolutoin, contact a Cruiseable travel consultant at 1-877-322-3773 or by email. We can usually offer a better deal than you can get by contacting the cruise line directly.