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Modern yacht with spacious twin and double cabins - all with balconies, sea views, private bathroom, hot/cold shower and air conditioning. Suite rooms have corner sofas for extra comfort.
Built in 2011, the Cormorant is very stable in the water. Social areas include a jacuzzi, bar, lounge and sun deck.
One single cabin, located on the lower deck - no panoramic window, but with a porthole.
Fantastic itineraries - itinerary A taking in the east, south and central islands, and itinerary B remote north and west - with 4 and 5 day options, too.
Three meals served daily, after-excursion snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.
Kayaks, snorkels and wetsuits available aboard.
We both felt our South America holiday was the highlight of the year.
Our highlight overall was probably the Galapagos cruise and we never guessed how fascinated we’d become by the landscapes, the island and sea animal life, and the history of the islands. Guide was excellent in the Galapagos.
All the information given out beforehand was very comprehensive and I can’t think of anything on the ‘we wish we’d known that before leaving’ list. We were shocked how much and how high quality the food on both the Inca Trail and Galapagos cruise was.
R. Brackenbury, Galapagos
Fly to Baltra airport – transfer to the yacht – Bachas (L,D)
Bartolome Island – Santiago Island – Sullivan Bay (B,L,D)
South Plazas – Santa Fe (B,L,D)
Witch Hill – Pitt Point islet (B,L,D)
Lobos Island – Kicker Rock (B,L,D)
Suarez Point – Gardner Bay – Osborn Islet – Española (B,L,D)
Floreana – Cormorant Point – Champion – Post Office Bay – Baroness View (B,L,D)
Charles Darwin Research Station, transfer to Baltra airport for flight out, tour ends (B)
Fly to Baltra, transfer to boat – Twin Craters – Chato (L,D)
Isabela – Tintoreras or Sierra Negra – Wetlands or Tortoise Breeding Station (B,L,D)
Isabela – Moreno Point – Elizabeth Bay (B,L,D)
Fernandina, Mangle Point – Isabela Island, Urbina Bay (B,L,D)
Fernandina, Espinosa Point – Isabela, Vicente Roca Point (B,L,D)
Egas Port – Santiago – Espumilla Beach or Buccaneer Cove (B,L,D)
Genovesa – El Barranco – Darwin Bay (B,L,D)
North Seymour, transfer to airport, fly out (B)
Accommodation, all meals plus purified water, tea and coffee, snacks, naturalist bilingual Galapagos guides level II/III, shore excursions, snorkelling equipment, transfers in the Islands between the airport and dock, kayak use
International flights, Round trip flights to the Galapagos Islands, Galapagos National Park fee, Galapagos Ingala fee, soft and alcoholic drinks, personal items, souvenirs, tips, wetsuit hire, travel insurance, personal items, Ecuador services
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Prices From $5,620 / £4,496 per person
Dates: From January 2019 to December 2020
Duration: 8 days
Capacity: 16 people
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Capacity: 14 people
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Capacity: 20 people
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5 days (Sat-Wed) USD 4,645 per person
4 days (Wed-Sat) USD 3,545 per person
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Supplements apply to peak season dates
Cabin upgrades available
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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. I have already recommended you to a friend!
A. Kyari, UK, 2010
» Mary Anne Cruise, Galapagos Island Sail Boat
We both felt our South America holiday was the highlight of 2012, and it was easy to see why people travel halfway across the world to see the sights of Peru and Ecuador. Our highlight overall was probably the Galapagos cruise and we never guessed how fascinated we’d become by the landscapes, the island and sea animal life, and the history of the islands. Guide was excellent in the Galapagos. From an organisational point of view, it was such a relief that everything worked; as we were trying to pack so much in to a tight timescale it seemed risky that had anything gone wrong it could have been difficult to get back on track. All the information given out beforehand was very comprehensive and I can’t think of anything on the ‘we wish we’d known that before leaving’ list. We were shocked how much and how high quality the food on both the Inca Trail and Galapagos cruise was.
R. Brackenbury, UK, 2012
» Archipel, First Class Galapagos Catamaran
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