National Geographic Islander

The 48-passenger National Geographic Islander is a versatile 50 m twin-hulled vessel with 24 spacious cabins. She is a sturdy expedition ship, designed for year-round discovery and active exploration of the Galápagos. Each air-conditioned cabin comes with an outside view and private facilities. Registered in Ecuador, the National Geopgraphic Islander has numerous common areas including a lounge with a bar and facilities for films, slide-shows and lectures. The ship holds a library, and plenty of deck space from which to view wildlife. The luxurious vessel is equipped with Zodiac landing craft, snorkelling gear, wetsuits, a spa, guest e-mail stations, a video microscope, hydrophone and Splash-Cam. A gift shop and doctor’s office complete the list of facilities. Meals are served in one seating, from a menu of international cuisine with Ecuadorian flair.

Specifications

Launch Date11/30/-0001
Passenger Capacity48
Length164

Outside Cabin

Two singles convert to queen bed, glassed terrace, large windows

Outside Cabin

Two singles convert to queen bed, glassed terrace, large windows

Outside Cabin

Twin beds, one window

Outside Cabin

Two singles convert to double bed, glassed terrace, large windows

Outside Cabin

Twin beds, one window

Outside Cabin

Two singles convert to queen bed, glassed terrace, large windows

Outside Cabin

Two twin beds, one pull-out couch, one window

Outside Cabin

Twin bed, one window

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