National Geographic Resolution

Polar Tracks Expeditions

National Geographic Resolution

new & luxury

About the Ship

The sister ship to the National Geographic Endurance, Resolution is named to honor the second voyage of the legendary Captain James Cook. With a capacity of 138 passengers, this vessel boasts a fully-stabilized X-BOW design and one of the highest ice classes in the fleet. 

State-of-the-art bridge technology and officer experience allow visits to unique locations other operators may miss.

Offering both a luxury experience on board, with multiple dining options, a spa and yoga studio, as well as top notch expedition activities, this vessel really has it all, including charter flights to/from hub cities.

  • Passenger Capacity: 138
  • Launched in 2021
  • X-BOW design for stability
  • Science Hub & Chart Room
  • Suite Exclusives packages
  • Mud Room
  • Multiple Dining Options
  • Expedition Parka to keep
  • Rubber boots to borrow
  • Private Dining Room
  • Observation Igloo
  • Yoga Studio
  • Gym, Sauna & Spa
  • Ice Class: PC5 Cat A

Why We Like National Geographic Resolution


    The National Geographic brand can be found in every slice of the expedition experience, from on board art installations to naturalist interpretation on shore.


    This best-in-class polar build is especially designed for safe and adventurous ice navigation. There's few places this vessel won't go!


    National Geographic Endurance passengers can observe and learn from accomplished scientists who are carrying out their own research on board. Don't forget to visit the Science Hub!


    From activities, beverages, gratuities, pre and post tour extensions and international and domestic flights, this operator is a one-stop-shop for all of your travel bits and pieces.

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