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Yacht Mary Anne


The Mary Anne is the perfect ship for those who love to travel by sail. She has 1,000 m2 of canvas sails with which she majestically takes to the waves.

This precious 3-masted barquentine, the only one of its kind in the islands, can accommodate up to 16 guests in her 4 double and 8 single cabins.

All cabins have private bathrooms with hot water and are designed with 1 double lower berth and a single upper berth. She also features 2 double cabins with lower berths.

  Accommodation and Facilities

  • 10 double cabins with private bathroom and air conditioning

  • 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.

  • Social areas, Sun deck with open air dining tables, dining room, gallery, library and TV with video equipment


Captain, first mate, engineer, 2 sailors, cook and assistant, cabin attendant and one expert bilingual naturalist guide.


Double accommodation
All meals 
Programmed visits to the islands with a Certified Naturalist Guide
Snorkeling gear (mask, snorkel and flippers) 
Transfers from the airport to the yacht and return

Not Included:

Air ticket to/from Galapagos
Galapagos National Park Entrance Fee ($100 per person)
Transit Control Card ($20 per person)
Wet suit
Alcoholic and bottled beverages

Christmas and New year's Eve. Holidays - additional surcharge applies. Ask us

Technical Specifications 

Category: Tourist Superior/Mid RangeBudget

Type: Sailing Boot

Capacity: 16 passengers  

L.O.D.: 177 ft

L.O.W.: 119 ft

Beam: 25.9 ft

Speed: 12 knots

Electricity: 110/220 volt

Navigation Equipment: HF radio, automatic pilot, depth sounder, GPS, Navigator, VHF, marine radio, marine transceiver, RADAR, EPIRB

Safety Equipment: Two 20 passenger life rafts with all regulation safety equipment, Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB), central smoke and fire detector systems

Itinerary West 8 Days / 7 Nights 

SATURDAY: Pm: Charles Darwin Station - Santa Cruz Island

SUNDAY: Am: Punta Cormorant - Floreana Island, Devil's Crown - Floreana Island Pm: Post Office bay - Floreana Island 

MONDAY: Am: Black Beach - Floreana Island Pm: Navigation & Whale And Dolphin Observation

TUESDAY: Am: Punta Moreno - Isabela Island Pm: Elizabeth Bay - Isabela Island

WEDNESDAY: Am: Urbina Bay - Isabela Island Pm: Punta Espinosa -  Fernandina Island

THURSDAY: Am: Tagus Cove - Isabela Island Pm: Punta Vicente Roca - Isabela Island

FRIDAY: Am: Espumilla Beach - Santiago Island,  Bucaneer Cove - Santiago Island Pm: Puerto Egas - Santiago Island

SATURDAY: Am: North Seymour Island & Baltra Airport

Itinerary East 8 Days / 7 Nights 

SATURDAY: Pm: Black Turtle Cove - Santa Cruz Island

SUNDAY: Am: Darwin Bay - Genovesa Island Pm: El Barranco - Genovesa Island

MONDAY: Am: Bartolome Island Pm: Sullivan Bay - Santiago Island

TUESDAY: Am: Rabida Island Pm: Cerro Dragon - Santa Cruz Island

WEDNESDAY: Am: Highlands of Santa Cruz Island Pm: Charles Darwin Station - Santa Cruz Islandnd

THURSDAY: Am: Plaza Sur Island Pm: Santa Fe Island

FRIDAY: Am: Gardner Bay - Española Island, Gardner Islet, Osborn Islet Pm: Punta Suarez

SATURDAY: Am: Twin Craters - Santa Cruz Island & Baltra Airport

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