National Geographic Explorer

The Explorer

National Geographic Explorer — the ship that 40 years of expedition experience built — debuted in August 2008. It is designed for 21st-century exploration offering guests an environment of adventure, comfort and informality.

A state-of-the-art 1A ice-class expedition ship, National Geographic Explorer accommodates 148 guests in 81 outside cabins. It is fully stabilized.

Ship Features

Cabins: All ocean-view cabins with windows or portholes, some with Balconies, have a stylish and comfortable ambience, decorated in warm woods. Each cabin has private facilities and climate controls An Elevator connects all guest decks.

Public Areas: Main Lounge and glass-enclosed Observation Lounge, Chart Room, Library, Global Gallery, Fitness Center and Wellness Spa with two treatment rooms, sauna and relaxation area.

Other Equipment and Features: Kayaks, hydrophones, HD underwater cameras and video microscopes, a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) that can dive up to 1,000 feet

Included

All accommodations aboard ships or in hotels per itinerary or similar, all meals and nonalcoholic beverages aboard ship, meals on land as indicated, air transportation where indicated as included, shore excursions, sightseeing and entrance fees, special access permits, transfers to and from group flights, use of snorkeling equipment and wet suits, use of kayaks (where available), tips, taxes and service charges, services of a ship physician on most voyages, and services of our expedition staff.

Free Bar Tab and Crew Gratuities are included in the listed rates.

Not Included

Air transportation (except where shown as included), extensions, passport, visa, immigration fees, meals not indicated, baggage/accident/travel protection plan, items of a personal nature, e-mail, laundry.

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Rates Arctic 2019
Cat 1
Cat 2
Cat 3
Cat 4
Cat 5
Cat 6
Cat 7
Cat SA Solo
Cat SB Solo
Charter
Air
Photography
$17,840 $18,880 $19,880 $21,370 $24,660 $29,000Full$33,400Full$23,600 $24,850 $400 
Photography
$10,740 $11,480 $11,980 $12,690 $16,100 $17,600Full$20,100 $14,350 $14,970 $800 
Photography
$10,740 $11,480 $11,980 $12,690 $16,100 $17,600 $20,100 $14,350 $14,970 $800 
Photography
$10,740 $11,480 $11,980 $12,690 $16,100 $17,600 $20,100 $14,350 $14,970 $800 
Photography
$10,740 $11,480 $11,980 $12,690 $16,100 $17,600 $20,100 $14,350 $14,970 $800 
Photography
Free Charter Air Oslo/ Longyearbyen
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$15,990 $16,970 $17,740 $18,990 $21,990 $25,610 $29,470 $21,220 $22,180 $400$0
Photography
$10,990 $12,360 $12,850 $14,690 $15,990 $19,150 $22,200 $15,450 $16,070  
Photography
$10,990 $12,360 $12,850 $14,690 $15,990 $19,150 $22,200 $15,450 $16,070  
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$10,990 $12,360 $12,850 $14,690 $15,990 $19,150 $22,200 $15,450 $16,070  
Photography
$10,990 $12,360 $12,850 $14,690 $15,990 $19,150 $22,200 $15,450 $16,070  
Photography
Charter air: Reykjavík/Kangerlussuaq/Reykjavík
$16,790 $17,990 $18,720 $20,100 $24,240 $27,950 $32,400 $22,490 $23,400 $1,520 
Photography
$9,520 $10,070 $10,440 $11,100 $13,080 $14,970 $17,800 $12,590 $13,050  
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Free Bar Tab and Crew Gratuities are included in the listed rates.

Dates shown are USA/USA however international airfare is NOT included in trip price.

Prices are per person, double occupancy unless indicated solo.  All trips may incur a fuel surcharge.

Kayaking is available as an additional activity available to all passengers and arranged onboard free of charge.

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Rates Arctic 2020
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Cat 4
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Cat SB Solo
Charter
Air
Photography
$10,990 $12,360 $12,850 $14,690 $15,990 $19,150 $22,200 $15,450 $16,070  
Photography
$10,990 $12,360 $12,850 $14,690 $15,990 $19,150 $22,200 $15,450 $16,070  
Photography
$10,990 $12,360 $12,850 $14,690 $15,990 $19,150 $22,200 $15,450 $16,070  
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$10,990 $12,360 $12,850 $14,690 $15,990 $19,150 $22,200 $15,450 $16,070  
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Charter air: Reykjavík/Kangerlussuaq/Reykjavík
$16,790 $17,990 $18,720 $20,100 $24,240 $27,950 $32,400 $22,490 $23,400 $1,520 
Photography
$9,520 $10,070 $10,440 $11,100 $13,080 $14,970 $17,800 $12,590 $13,050  
Photography
$9,520 $10,070 $10,440 $11,100 $13,080 $14,970 $17,800 $12,590 $13,050  
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Charter air rates subject to change.

Free Bar Tab and Crew Gratuities are included in the listed rates.

Dates shown are USA/USA however international airfare is NOT included in trip price.

Prices are per person, double occupancy unless indicated solo.  All trips may incur a fuel surcharge.

Kayaking is available as an additional activity available to all passengers and arranged onboard free of charge.

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   Category 1
Cabins feature one or two Portholes. Most cabins feature two lower single beds. Cabins 303-306 feature one queen-sized bed. All offer a writing desk, reading lamps, bathroom with a roomy glass-wall shower stall, and a TV showing the ship's position and programing.
    Category 2 with Window
Cabins feature two lower single beds (some can convert to a queen-sized bed), and one large window. They offer a writing desk, reading lamps, bathroom with a roomy glass-wall shower stall, and a TV showing the ship's position and programming.
  Category 3 with Window
Cabins feature two lower single beds (some can convert to a queen-sized bed), one large window, and two sitting chairs and a small table and ample storage. They have a writing desk, reading lamps, bathroom with a roomy glass-wall shower stall, and a TV showing the ship's position and programming.
  Category 4 with Window
Cabins feature two lower single beds and at least one large window. Cabin 217, 226 & 228 feature one queen-size bed. All cabins feature climate controls, a TV showing the ship's position and programing. Bathrooms are also generously sized with a roomy glass-walled shower stall.
  Category 5 with Balcony
These cabins feature a balcony with sliding glass doors, feature one queen-sized bed, a writing desk and chairs, climate controls, a TV showing the ship's position and programing. Bathrooms are also generously sized with a roomy glass-walled shower stall. Cabin 221 has two lower single beds that can convert to an Olympic-sized queen.
  Category 6 Suite
Spacious cabins. Those on the Veranda Deck can be converted into Triples, while Upper Deck cabin has private balcony. All feature two lower single beds that can be converted into a queen, a writing desk, chairs, and a TV. Bathrooms are generously sized with a roomy glass-walled shower stall and twin sinks.
  Category 7 Suite with Balcony
These large cabins with private balconies have two lower single beds that can convert to an Olympic-sized queen. They have seating areas and can be converted to triples. Bathrooms are generously sized with a roomy glass-walled shower stall and twin sinks.
  Category Solo A with Window
These cabins feature one lower single bed and a large window, a writing desk, reading lamp, bathroom with a roomy glass-wall shower stall, and a TV showing the ship's position and programming.
  Category Solo B with Window
These cabins feature one lower single bed and a large window, a writing desk, reading lamp, bathroom with a roomy glass-walled shower stall, and a TV showing the ship's position and programming.