Safari Endeavour Cabins

Editor Rating:  4.0
92% of cruisers loved it

Why Choose Safari Endeavour?

  • Pro: Upscale adventure includes free massage, a wine bar and hot tub
  • Con: : Very little onboard entertainment, both between activities and at night
  • Go for the endless wildlife sightseeing, but enjoy the upscale amenities

Safari Endeavour Cabins

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Cabins
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During the renovations, the line reduced the number of cabins to give passengers more space. All rooms have flat-screen television sets and iPod docking stations. For a luxury line, the decor is rather bland; we were expecting stunning photos of our destinations on the wall instead of the hotel-style art that was there. All rooms include two bathrobes, a hair dryer and the company's own brand of toiletries, supplied in eco-friendly refillable dispensers.

The three entry-level room classes, including Captain, Commander and Master, average about 108 square feet. These rooms have either two twin beds or a king with memory foam mattresses, a desk and chair, closets for belongings, and a porthole or picture window. (Alas, the windows on the ship don't open.) Storage under the beds allows you to hide your soft-sided suitcase without a problem. The compact bathrooms have separate showers and toilets, although it's still a tight fit. At 157 square feet, the Admiral rooms each have a little more storage space, plus a refrigerator.

The largest cabins, the four Commodore suites, comprise two rooms that make up 234 square feet. The sitting rooms are separate from the bedrooms and feature glass French balcony doors that open into the fresh air. The bathrooms in these suites have quartz countertops that look like granite and separate Jacuzzi tubs and showers.

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Safari Endeavour Cabin Reviews

James Wedgworth
Member Since 2017
1 review
0 forum posts
Sailed May 2017
Everything is so efficient in cabin, no wasted space. Before the trip we were a little concerned about there not being any locks on the door or safe in the room. But it works! Nobody bothers anything that isn't theirs! If you want you can lock the ... Read more
staceyvols
Member Since 2003
3 reviews
461 forum posts
Sailed March 2017
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Chris555
Member Since 2012
7 reviews
4 forum posts
Sailed February 2017
Our room, we thought, was a perfect location. Stateroom #308. We had a door that led to the outside. We could get fresh air if needed. It is far enough back that the solid railing around the front of the boat stops before your room, so you can see ... Read more
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James Wedgworth
Member Since 2017
1 review
0 forum posts
0 helpful votes
Sailed May 2017
The small boat experience of the UnCruise Safari Endeavour exceeded our dreams! From the moment the owner of the cruise line , Dan Blanchard, spoke to our group before boarding until we departed a week later, everything was top notch! Our ... Read more
staceyvols
Member Since 2003
3 reviews
461 forum posts
0 helpful votes
We travel as a group of 3 couples. This was our 2nd Un-Cruise. Two more couples decided to join us after hearing about our first experience with Un-Cruise. Several people have asked us to compare our first Un-Cruise, which was in Alaska, ... Read more
Chris555
Member Since 2012
7 reviews
4 forum posts
0 helpful votes
This is our second cruise with Un-Cruise. The last one, on Safari Quest, was five stars in every category. This was not a repeat adventure. Yes, the marine life was spectacular. Snorkeling with baby sea lions, getting right next to a blue ... Read more
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