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About Us

The Ocean Endeavour Company is the operating department, managing the small ice-class expedition vessel Ocean Endeavour. The Ocean Endeavour is a joint partnership between Chimu Adventures and Intrepid Travel which brings together over 40 years combined Antarctic experience.

With a focus on travel trade partnerships, we pride ourselves on bringing your clients value for money when choosing to travel to this pristine and otherworldly location.

The Ocean Endeavour ship boasts an unrivalled sense of space both inside and out to enjoy the world’s most remote region. An extensive range of cabin categories are also offered to suit a variety of travellers.

The onboard activities include spa facilities, yoga classes, sauna, hot tub, salt water pool and gym.

You can be assured that your clients will be accompanied by fully-qualified staff members with extensive experience and knowledge of the Polar Regions, so they can enjoy a well-rounded and full-bodied experience.

Clients can enjoy complimentary activities including yoga, hiking and zodiac excursions, before relaxing in the sauna or hot tub.

Optional activities are offered such as photography workshops, along with kayaking, camping & snowshoeing (subject to availability, weather and departure). Each activity is led by a staff member who is specialised and accomplished in their field.

The Ocean Endeavour is a brilliant vessel to explore the unforgettable destination of Antarctica. We hope to show your clients the very best of the white continent.

The Ship

The Ocean Endeavour boasts an extensive range of cabin categories to suit a variety of travellers, whilst still offering spacious areas, both inside and out, to enjoy one of the world’s most remote regions.

Activities

Enjoy the onboard wellness activities, including yoga classes, sauna, jacuzzi, heated salt water pool & gym or venture further afield with shore landings, cruising in zodiacs, hiking, kayaking, photography workshops, snowshoeing or camping.

See our Antarctic Expedition Itineraries