M/S MARY ANNE
Launched in 1997, this elegant 216 foot (66 meter)-long barquentine is the most apt way to visit these islands made famous by Charles Darwin.
The Mary Anne is the perfect ship for those who love to travel by sail. She has 1000 square meters of canvas with which she majestically takes to the waves.
A large and truly romantic sailing ship, she navigates through the archipelago majestically under full sail.
Wood panelled lounge with bar area. Sundecks with seats on deck Outdoors bar. 14 double cabins with private bathroom and air‐conditioning (1 suite). The three decks that are related to your activities on board are: The Sun Deck, where the bridge, open air dining table and kayaks are located, The Main Deck where the dining room, galley, library and TV with video equipment are located, The Cabin Deck where all the passengers’ cabins are located.
ITINERARY A – 8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS
|DAY 1||PM Morning Flight to Baltra – Black Turtle Cove|
|DAY 2||AM Darwin Bay – Genovesa Island|
|PM El Barranco- Genovesa Island|
|DAY 3||AM Bartolome Island-Rabida Island|
|PM Chinese hat-Rabida Island|
|DAY 4||AM Rabida Island –|
|PM Cerro Dragon –|
|DAY 5||AM Santa Cruz Highlands
PM Darwin Research Station
|DAY 6||AM South Plaza|
|PM Santa Fe Island|
|DAY 7||AM Suarez Point|
|PM Gardner Bay-Gardner Islet-Osborn Islet|
|DAY 8||AM Twin Craters – Departure|
ITINERARY B – 8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS
|DAY 1||PM Morning Flight To Baltra – Highlands & Fausto LLerena Breeding Center|
|DAY 2||AM Punta Cormorant-Devil’s Crown|
|PM Post Office Bay|
|DAY 3||AM Black Beach-Asilo de La Paz|
|PM Full Afternoon Navigation|
|DAY 4||AM Punta Moreno|
|PM Urbina Bay|
|DAY 5||AM Tagus Cove|
|PM Punta Espinosa|
|DAY 6||AM Puerto Egas|
|PM Buccaneer Cove-Espumilla|
|DAY 7||AM Sullivan Bay|
|PM North Seymour|
|DAY 8||AM Mosquera Islet & Departura|
|Scheduled visits to the islands in
company of a certified guide
• Surface diving equipment (snorkel)
(fins, mask and tube)
• All meals on board
• Tea, coffee and natural juices
• Private transportation for all transfers
|Air ticket from or to the Galapagos
• Tax to enter the National Park
• Neoprene suit (you can rent a
• Traffic control card
• Bottled and alcoholic beverages
• Tips and personal expenses
|Category: First Class Motor Sailor|
|Departures: Wednesday to Wednesday|
|Capacity: 16 Passengers|
|Accommodations: 14 double cabins and 1 suite with private bathroom and air-conditioning|
|On board: mini-bar, small library, TV and VCR rom, music sound-system, sun deck|
|Crew: 9 members, Captain, first mate, engineer, 2 sailors, cook and assistant, cabin attendant and one expert bilingual naturalist guide|
|Speed: 8-12 knots|
|L.O.A.: 216 feet|
|L.O.D.: 177 feet|
|L.O.W.: 119 feet|
|Accomodation and facilities:|
|All guest accommodations are located on the Cabin Deck. The Main Deck is complete with the dining room, kitchen, library and entertainment center.|
|On the Sun Deck you will find open-air seating, kayak storage, the bridge and plenty of space for taking in the beautiful sights.|
|The vessel features a wood-panaled, confortable lounge area with a cozy bar and ample sun decks.|
|14 double cabins with private bathroom and air‐conditioning (1 suite).|
|Important Note: motor sailors use the motor to navigate, this boat does not always travel with the sails up. Sails are only used barely.|
Terms & Conditions
Cancellations made up from the confirmation date to 120 days or more prior to the cruise departure date, have a cancellation fee of $500 per passenger.
Cancellations made between 119 and 71 days before the cruise departure date have a cancellation fee of 40% of the total tour cost.
Cancellations made between 70 and 41 days before the cruise departure date have a cancellation fee of 80% of the total tour cost.
Cancellations made between 40 and 0 days before the cruise departure date have a cancellation fee of 100% of the total tour cost.
In case of cancellations, they must be requested formally through email.