Small Ship Safari Endeavour
Polished, unwavering, and upscale, the Safari Endeavour may be the workhorse of the fleet but it’s her zest-for-life persona that’s remembered most. She looks sharp—a nod to the crew who work hard to keep her that way. Wood fixtures and accents shine and artwork highlights the warm and cool waters where she sails. No other UnCruise vessel covers more territory, and like her namesake, Captain Cook’s Endeavour, both the ship and crew are true explorers. Her roomy lounge, dining room, and sun deck are undisputed, but the Safari Endeavour claims to have the biggest heart, too.
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Four decks are fully equipped for comfort and action. From the exercise equipment and lounge chairs in the Bridge deck, to the twin hot tubs on the Upper deck, to the Bow viewing area on the Cabin deck, to the library and dining room on the Main deck, everything you need is easy to reach.
The Lounge has a large flat-screen TV featuring closed-circuit channels which include a GPS map of the location of the ship and an under-bow camera. The lounge also has a limited library, filled with wildlife encyclopedias and binoculars are available for wildlife-spotting.
The Dining Room features open seating. Meals are served at table at set times, unless the activities have taken you far afield - in which case you will take a boxed lunch with you. Unlimited beverages, alcoholic and non, are included in the price of the cruise. Vegetarian options are always available. Dietary restrictions are happily accommodated with advance notice.
Onboard Features: EZ Dock launch platform; kayaks, paddleboards, inflatable skiffs, hiking poles; underwater bow-mounted camera; two on-deck hot tubs; fitness equipment and yoga mats; DVD and book library; wine bar.
Main Deck - Underwater camera, Cabins 103 - 112, of which two are Navigators with portholes and the others are Captain cabins with full view windows. Dining room, Galley, and the Kayak Launch Platform.
Cabin Deck - The Salon with a GPS map of the location of the ship and an under-bow camera. Library, filled with wildlife encyclopedias and Alaska guidebooks. Gear shop with logo items. Binoculars. Two of the Admiral cabins (201 and 202); the Commodore Suites (205 - 208) with neighboring but not adjoining Captain cabins 203, 204, 209, and 210; and three Navigator cabins (211 - 213).
Upper Deck - Commander cabins, two Navigator cabins, and one Admiral cabin, all with easy same deck access to the two hot tubs aft, and the gathering spot for guests on all adventures.
Sun Deck - Covered and sunny spots to sit, fitness equipment, and access to the bridge.
Cabin Features: TV/DVD player; hairdryer, alarm clock, conditioning shampoo, body wash; binoculars; reusable water bottles and terry bathrobes.
Cabins 103, 104 have fixed queen bed and two porthole windows. Cabins 212, 301, and 302 have twin beds and view windows. Your cabin features a TV/DVD player; hairdryer, conditioning shampoo, body wash; binoculars; and reusable water bottles.
Cabins 303 - 308 and 310 - 322, all on the Upper deck, all with fixed twin beds and two view windows. Your cabin features a TV/DVD player; hairdryer, conditioning shampoo, body wash; binoculars; and reusable water bottles.
Cabins 105 - 112, 203, 204, 209, and 210. Each can be set up as a king or two twin beds. King beds are flush against the wall (shown). Your cabin features a TV/DVD player; hairdryer, conditioning shampoo, body wash; binoculars; and reusable water bottles.
Cabins 201, 202, and 309. Each can be set up as a king (shown) or two twins. King bed is a walk-around king. Your cabin features a TV/DVD player; hairdryer, conditioning shampoo, body wash; binoculars; and reusable water bottles.
Cabins 205 - 208. Each can be set with one king (shown) or two twins in the bedroom. The sitting room has a foldout sofa and a step-out balcony. Your cabin features a TV/DVD player; hairdryer, conditioning shampoo, body wash; binoculars; and reusable water bottles.