Mary Anne sails with 16 passengers but has room for 34, making it incredibly spacious.
Due to its steel hull, tall masts and deep draft, the Mary Anne is one of the most stable vessels in the islands.
Up to EIGHT single cabins available with no supplement, all cabins have private bathroom, hot/cold shower and air conditioning.
Navigating with full sails, enjoy travelling without the sound of engines - plus dolphins and whales are more likely to swim alongside the boat.
Three meals served daily, after-excursion snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.
Elegant, three mast barquentine that is the only of its kind in the Galapagos.
The trip was outstanding. No low points at all, even waking up in the small hours to the anchor being dropped after motoring all night was lovely.
I think the last day was possibly the best, all through the trip there was something new to see around every corner but there was almost an explosion of wildlife that time.
The Mary Anne was first class and the guides were also outstanding. Knowing that we were on a locally owned and operated ship was great.
E. Richards, Mary Anne
Fly to Baltra Island, transfer to yacht – Black Turtle Cove (L,D)
Genovesa – Darwin Bay – Prince Phillip Steps (B,L,D)
Bartholomew – Chinese Hat (B,L,D)
Rabida Island – Cerro Dragon (B,L,D)
Santa Cruz Highlands – Tortoise Breeding Centre (B,L,D)
South Plazas – Santa Fe (B,L,D)
Punta Suarez – Gardner Bay – Gardner and Osborn Islet (B,L,D)
Twin Craters – transfer to Baltra airport for flight out – tour ends (B)
Fly to Baltra, transfer to boat – Fausto Llerena Tortoise Breeding Centre (L,D)
Floreana – Punta Cormorant – Devil’s Crown – Post Office Bay (B,L,D)
Floreana – Asilo de la Paz – whale watching sailing (B,L,D)
Isabela – Punta Moreno – Urbina Bay (B,L,D)
Tagus Cove – Fernandina, Punta Espinoza (B,L,D)
Puerto Egas – Buccaneer’s Cove – Espumilla Beach (B,L,D)
Sullivan Bay – North Seymour Island (B,L,D)
Mosquera Island – transfer to Baltra airport – fly out (B)
Accommodation, Programmed visits to the Islands with a certified naturalistic guide, on board accommodation, snorkel gear (mask, snorkel and flippers), kayak, all meals on board, transfers in the Islands between the airport and dock, all meals plus purified water, tea and coffee
International flights, Round trip flights to the Galapagos Islands, Galapagos National Park fee, Galapagos Ingala fee, soft and alcoholic and bottled drinks, personal items, souvenirs, tips, wetsuit hire, travel insurance, personal items, Ecuador services
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Prices From $5,350 / £4,314 per person
Dates: From January 2019 to December 2020
Duration: 8 days
Capacity: 16 people
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Prices From $4,716 / £3,803 per person
Prices From $4,190 / £3,379 per person
Capacity: 14 people
Prices From $7,225 / £5,826 per person
Prices From $4,700 / £3,790 per person
Capacity: 20 people
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Jul 1-Aug 31/Dec 1-15: USD 4,500 per person
Sep 1-Nov 30: USD 4,980 per person
Jan 1-Jun 30: USD 5,290 per person
2019 price, per person, 8 day cruise
No single supplement
Peak season supplement, Dec 10-Jan 3
$4,500 / £3,629
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Prices From $4,500 / £3,629 per person
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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
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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. 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!
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