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Endeavour Category 3 cabin, 3 adults?

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We're joining the Galapagos 1o day cruise on National Geographic Endeavour. The travel agent told us that a Category 3 cabin will accommodate 2 or 3, but I'm not sure this means 3 adults. Has anyone stayed in these cabins, and can you describe whether the third bed is suitable for an adult ?

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The folks at Lindblad were so helpful, my agent asked for a description and the folks on the ship took some pix, sent them to me !! That's so nice, if that's an example of the kind of service to expect, we're even MORE looking forward to it. Hope the attached pix are helpful to another traveller. :o





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when you were in the triple cat.3 cabin on the National Geographic Explorer did you hear a lot of engine noise ?

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