Lovely itineraries to help make the most of your time in Galapagos.
Beautiful, teak-finished schooner for a true Galapagos sailing boat experience.
Choose twin or double cabins, all with private bathroom, hot/cold shower and air conditioning. One single cabin available, too.
Owned and operated by a local family, ensuring top standards and attention to detail.
Three meals served daily, after-excursion snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.
The Beagle is the only vessel with permission to snorkel at Punta Espinoza, Fernandina.
This is the best holiday I've ever been on.
I snorkelled with sea lions and turtles and saw so many animals. Everyone on board was lovely and I didn't want to leave - I wish I could have stayed a second week.
Elena Rios, Beagle
Fly to Baltra Island, transfer to yacht – Bachas (L,D)
Genovesa – Prince Philips Steps – Darwin Bay (B,L,D)
Santiago – James Bay – Isabela Island (B,L,D)
Isabela – Punta Vicente Roca – Tagus Cove (B,L,D)
Fernandina – Punta Espinoza – Isabela – Urbina Bay (B,L,D)
Isabela – Elizabeth Bay – Punta Moreno (B,L,D)
Isabela – Sierra Negra Volcano – Centro de Crianza Arnaldo Tupiza (B,L,D)
Santa Cruz Highlands – transfer to airport, fly out (B)
Fly to Baltra, transfer to yacht – Charles Darwin Station (L,D)
Floreana – Puerto Velasco – Devil’s Crown – Punta Cormorant (B,L,D)
Española – Punta Suarez – Gardener Bay (B,L,D)
San Cristobal – Punta Pitt – Kicker Rock – Leon Dormido (B,L,D)
Santa Fe – South Plaza (B,L,D)
North Seymour – Bartholomew (B,L,D)
Sombrero Chino – Cerro Dragón (B,L,D)
Black Turtle Cove – transfer to Baltra airport, fly out (B)
Transfers from/to yacht/Baltra or San Cristobal airport, accommodation aboard in cabin, daily briefing, guided visits to the islands, naturalist-English/Spanish speaking guide, all meals, use of two kayaks, wetsuits, treated water, tea and coffee
International flights, Round trip flights to the Galapagos Island, Galapagos National Park fee, INGALA tourist card, alcoholic and soft drinks, personal items, souvenirs, tips, travel insurance, personal items, Ecuador services
What's a group trip?
Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
Prices From $4,090 / £3,408 per person
Dates: From January 2019 to December 2020
Duration: 8 days
Capacity: 16 people
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Prices From $4,778 / £3,982 per person
Prices From $4,700 / £3,917 per person
Capacity: 20 people
Prices From $4,500 / £3,750 per person
Prices From $4,000 / £3,333 per person
Capacity: 14 people
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8 days (Tue-Tue) USD 4,320 per person
2020 price, per person, shared standard cabin
Single supplement applies - ask about cabin shares
Supplements apply Christmas and New Year
$4,320 / £3,600
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Prices From $4,320 / £3,600 per person
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J. Davies, USA, 2010
» Letty Galapagos Boat
We had a great time in Quito and the Galapagos, thanks. Everything went even better than expected – we really liked the friendly hotel, and couldn’t fault anything on the Mary Anne. We also appreciated the unexpected extras – the free transfers to the airport to and from the Galapagos, and payment of the tax. I have already recommended you to a friend!
A. Kyari, UK, 2010
» Mary Anne Cruise, Galapagos Island Sail Boat
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