The Ocean Endeavour allows you to explore Antarctica while enjoying the class and comfort of a four-star hotel. Featuring one Expedition Team member for every eight travelers, you can take full advantage of one of the best staff-to-passenger ratios in Antarctica, with a greater level of personal service and more time with our onboard experts. 



2022 - 2023


2023 - 2024


the white continent

Technical Specifications


Passenger Capacity: 200 (maximum)
Electricity: 220 volts/60Hz
Built: Poland 1982
Ice Class: 1B
Length: 137m (332ft)
Breadth: 21m (36ft)
Max Draft: 5.6m (18ft)
Cruising Speed: 15 knots
Crew: 124

Lifeboats: 6
Life rafts: 8

The Ocean Endeavour carries six fully enclosed lifeboats and eight life rafts.

The capacity for which exceeds SOLAS requirements, with at least 25% more space than the number of guests and crew on board. It also has an ice-strengthened hull.

• Restaurant
• Nautical lounge
• Polar library
• Mud room
• Gym
• Swimming pool
• Saunas
• Spa facilities
• Lecture theatre
• Polar boutique
• Sun deck and plenty of deck space for observation
• Elevator access (Decks 4, 5 and 6)
• Clinic with licensed Doctor
• Wi-Fi in certain public areas (charges apply)
• 24-hour tea and coffee available
• Onboard laundry service (charges apply)



Is itinerary is perfect for all travellers who want to set foot on mainland

Antarctica, feel the fresh cold on your cheeks while sailing trough narrow channels and explore some of Antarctica’s most beautiful spots.

The Antarctic Peninsula is home to the greatest collection of Antarctic wildlife and a veritable menagerie of penguins, seals and whales will welcome you to the White Continent.


On 4th of December 2021, a Total Solar Eclipse will occur in the Scotia Sea around the South Orkney Islands, near the Antarctic Peninsula.

At day marks only the second time that humans have had the opportunity to view a Total Solar Eclipse from Antarctica.

Is phenomenon won’t occur here again for another 400-or-so years. Seize this rare chance and joins us for this special occasion on this 14-day voyage, an opportunity that arises only once in several lifetimes.

For the ultimate adventure and bragging rights, join this 14-day expedition crossing the Antarctic Circle at 66 degrees south while visiting some of the most beautiful landmarks, both north and south of the Antarctic Circle.

Setting sail aboard the well-appointed Ocean Endeavour, we leave Ushuaia and civilisation behind and head towards the hauntingly beautiful icy wilderness of Antarctica.

The scenery is nothing but dramatic as we sail amongst immense ice carvings, majestic mountain.

This epic 21-day adventure takes you across the depths of the Drake Passage to the awe-inspiring Antarctic Peninsula, South Georgia and the Falkland Islands.

Celebrate Christmas and the new year on the Great White Continent, retracing the path forged by Ernest Shackleton.

Explore areas known for their plentiful wildlife with an expert expedition team, seeking out penguin rookeries, scouting for seals along the coast and heading out by zodiac in search of Minke whales, Orcas and more.

For travellers wanting to discover what it means to be a true Antarctic explorer is this 14-day expedition to the rugged and remote western side of the Antarctic Peninsula the ultimate expedition.

This voyage gives you the best of both words; the explorer-history and vast wilderness of the east, and the popular sights of the west. After visiting the Weddell Sea, we sail through the Antarctic Sound – possible to navigate only a few times per year – and witness large tabular icebergs and a striking scenery.

why ocean endeavour


Whether it’s taking your Antarctic adventure to new heights on a guided hike or feeling humbled by passing enormous icebergs, we make the most of your off-ship excursions.

Choose from a range of cabins including single, twin/double and triples. With ‘willing to share’ options available for solo travellers on a budget through to luxury suites, there is something to suit all travellers.

We are a member of the International Association of Antarctic Tour Operators which works to ensure safe and environmentally responsible travel.

Full array of exciting adventure options including sea kayaking, camping, snowshoeing, zodiac cruising, shore landings and hiking.

All expeditions are carbon offset and we are committed to best practices, conservation and preservation of the environment.


Located on Deck 5
Two lower berths
A private bathroom
No porthole or window

Located on the Deck 4
Three lower berths
One or two private bathrooms
No porthole or window

Located on Deck 4
Two lower berths
A private bathroom
No porthole or window

Located on the Deck 4 and 5
One/Two lower berth
A private bathroom
One porthole, unobstructed view

Located on Deck 7 or 8
Two lower berths/twin or double beds
A private bathroom
Picture window

Located on Deck 4
Two lower berths
One or two private bathrooms
Separate seating area
Two portholes, unobstructed view

Located on Decks 5
Two lower berths
One or two private bathrooms
Separate seating area
Large picture window

Located on Decks 5 and 7
Two lower berths/twin or double beds
A private bathroom
Separate seating area
Large picture window

Located on Decks 5 and 7
One double bed
A private bathroom, some have bath tubs
Separate seating area
Large picture windows

Located on Deck 7
One double bed
A private bathroom with a bath tub
Separate seating area
Forward facing picture windows