Mary Anne: Classic style and comfort
Days: 8 | From: $4,500/per person
The Mary Anne is a first class, classic Barquentine schooner-style yacht accommodating 16 passengers. This vessel is operated by some of the most experienced people in the Galapagos, with top quality service and guides. The ship offers a sun deck, lounge, bar, and library, with dining areas in the main cabin and on deck. All excursions are done with a bilingual naturalist guide, and include hiking, snorkeling, and kayaking. All cabins have private bathrooms and air conditioning.Inquire about this trip
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The Mary Anne has 12 cabins, each with private bathroom, fresh, hot-and-cold-water shower, bottled water, toiletries, and fresh towels. The cabins are fully air conditioned and there are spacious indoor and outdoor public areas.
Construction: completed in 1997
Type: Power Motor Sailboat
Length: 216 ft. / 66 mts.
Beam: 26 ft. / 8 mts.
Engines: One Scania engine, four generators
Max speed: 8 knots
Accommodations: 12 cabins - 16 passengers
Crew: Captain, First mate, Engineer, 2 Sailors, Chef, Assistant Chef, Naturalist Guide
Safety Equipment: Two 20 passenger life rafts with all regulation safety equipment, Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB), central smoke and fire detector systems
Itineraries & Pricing
Western Itinerary (8 days)
Arrive to Baltra / Tortoise Breeding Center
Floreana: Punta Cormorant / Devil´s Crown / Post Office Bay
Floreana: Black Beach / Whale and Dolphin Observation
Isabela: Punta Moreno / Urbina Bay
Tagus Cove (Isabela) / Punta Espinoza (Fernandina)
Santiago: Puerto Egas / Bucaneer Cove
Sullivan Bay (Santiago) / North Seymour
Mosquera / Return to Mainland
Eastern Itinerary (8 days)
Arrive to Baltra / Black Turtle Cove (Santa Cruz)
Genovesa: Darwin Bay / Prince Philip Steps
Bartholomew / Sombrero Chino
Rábida / Cerro Dragon (Santa Cruz)
Santa Cruz: Highlands / Tortoise Breeding Center
South Plaza / Santa Fe
Española: Gardner Bay / Punta Suárez
Twin Craters (Santa Cruz) / Return to Mainland
Displayed itineraries are just summaries. Our travel specialists will help you select the best cruise based on your interests, timing and budget.
Trip length: 8 day itineraries
Max number of passengers: 16, in 12 cabins
Included: All meals, guides & activities, water, coffee and tea, snorkeling equipment
Not included: Park fees (about $120 per person), Galapagos airfare (about $530 per person), gratuities, wet suit rental
8 day cruise: $5,290 per person (High Season)
8 day cruise: $4,980 per person (Low Season – Sep 1 – Nov 30)
8 day cruise: $4,500 per person (Special Season – Jul 1 – Aug 31 & Dec 1 – 15)
10% surcharge applies to departures from Dec 16 – Jan 3
No single supplement (subject to availability)
Children 11 years and under receive a 25% discount (1 child per 2 adults)
Charters: from $72,000 (8 days, Special Season), $79,680 (8 days, Low Season), $82,100 (8 days, High Season)
Reviews from this trip
To Jay and the rest of the Mary Anne family... thank you for all for making our experience on the Mary Anne the best time spent Sailing. We appreciate the crew adding those special touches... I would recommend you all to my family and friends.Angel Phitayakorn
The itinerary and crew of the Mary Anne made the experience truly magical.Patricia Stefanelli
The Mary Anne was the perfect way to tour the Galapagos Islands. We were always the envy of other travelers. The captain and crew were great!Mark Nozaki
Our guide in the Galapagos on the Mary Anne was Carolina Larrea Angermeyer and she was terrific... She demonstrated genuine love for the Galapagos. She was also very helpful in meeting the needs of the passengers. We loved our cruise in the Galapagos and feel that a large part of the experience was due to Carolina.Terry Keir
I was particularly pleased with the Cruise ship "The Mary Anne" . The boat was beautiful, the captain and crew provided first class service and they worked hard at making the trip fun.Michael Davison
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