Carrying only 48 passengers, the Spirit of Enderby is easily the most intimate Antarctica cruise ship on the market. Fully ice-strenghtened and designed with adventure in mind, a small ship cruise aboard the Spirit of Enderby really feels like a private trip to the edge of the world.
Sister ship to the Polar Pioneer, the Spirit of Enderby is tremendously tiny and totally exclusive. Originally built as a research vessel, it is extremely robust and designed to thrive in the most remote fringes of the world. This means that it can weather choppy waters and stormy seas with ease, making it a comfortable way to travel to Antarctica.
The real focus of Antarctica cruises aboard the Spirit of Enderby is getting the passengers ashore to explore Antarctica in depth, and with only 48 expeditioners on each voyage, you’ll feel as though you’re discovering this astonishing landscape almost alone. Staffed by highly experienced guides and naturalists specialising in Antarctica, travelling to Antarctica aboard this ship is an educational and eye-opening adventure. It’s a completely indescribable experience and the memories will last a lifetime.
Antarctica Cruise Ship Highlights
- Comfortable accommodations with semi-private and private bath facilities
- Excellent cuisine provided by top Australian and New Zealand chefs
- Experienced naturalists and guides
- Veteran Russian captain and crew
- Former research vessel
- ‘Globe’ bar
- Satellite phone facilities
- Cuisine flexible to suit all dietary needs
- Fleet of zodiac boats
- Specially designed Hovercrafts for places inaccessible to other ships
- Well stocked library
- Lecture room
- Medical clinic
The Spirit of Enderby Deck Plan
Please click here for a detailed PDF deck plan of this Antarctica cruise ship.
There are only a handful of cabins scattered through the Spirit of Enderby, which caters for a maximum of 48 passengers per Antarctica cruise. It’s a very intimate ship with a wide range of cabin configurations all offering different levels of indulgence. Some of the cabins feature private bathrooms while others offer nearby shared shower and toilet facilities, so there’s something that will suit every kind of traveller to Antarctica.
This cabin includes one bunk with both an upper and lower berth as well as another lower berth for third travellers. It features a wardrobe, set of drawers, desk and wash basin. The nearby showers and toilets are shared with the other Main Deck cabins.
Main deck cabins
These cabins each include two lower berths, a wardrobe, drawers, a desk, washbasin and porthole. Like the Main Triple cabin, the shower and toilet facilities are shared with the other Main Deck cabins.
These cabins include an upper and a lower berth with viewing windows to catch the Antarctica panoramas as they pass by. They feature a wardrobe, drawers, a desk, a private bathroom with a shower, toilet and washbasin.
These cabins each have two lower berths and great windows providing a changing Antarctic backdrop. They feature a wardrobe, drawers, a desk, a private bathroom with a shower, toilet and washbasin.
The Mini Suites really allow guests to travel to Antarctica in style, with a separate bedroom featuring a double bed and a lounge with a sofa (or extra bed for additional passengers) and windows facing out to the ocean. They feature a wardrobe, drawers, a desk, a private bathroom with a shower, toilet and washbasin.
This suite quite simply takes the biscuit, with a large lounge area, a separate bedroom with a double bed and a single bed in the lounge. Spacious and serene, it has large forward and side facing windows for spectacular sunset views and perpetual panoramas. There is also a writing desk, wardrobe and drawers as well as a private bathroom with shower, toilet and washbasin. If you’re celebrating a special occasion or really looking to push the boat out, this is an outstanding way to cruise Antarctica.
Please get in touch with our team at Cruise Antarctica on 1300 654 861 for details of dates and prices for travelling to Antarctica on this cruise ship.