Mary Anne Yacht Description
The Mary Anne is a ship that can run on motor, as well as sails, offering a one of a kind boating experience in the Galapagos Islands. The classic decorations take you back in time while being comforted by the simple designs and amazed at the same time by the natural history and wildlife sightings of the archipelago. The Mary Anne carries kayaks and has spacious sun deck, ample deck space, and a beautifully crafted wood-trimmed lounge and bar.
Keep in mind that the Mary Anne will keep her sails open as much as she can depending on the ever-changing currents and winds in the Galapagos.
Mary Anne Cabins
Accommodating 16 passengers, the Mary Anne provides 12 different tastefully decorated cabins. Most cabins are equipped with bunk beds like original sail boats most often do. Private bathrooms with hot water, closets and porthole window are also included. Two of Mary Anne's cabins are double with a lower double bed without the upper berth.
Mary Anne Cruise Prices
2016 prices per person (except charter)
Prices are subject to change without prior notice.
|Cabins||8 days||15 days|
|Charter from 16 passengers||US$77500||US$155000|
Chirstmas and New Year dates will have a 10% surcharge.
Charter rates don't apply for Christmas and New Year.
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Mary Anne Photos
Al fresco Dining
Dining & Lounge
Mary Anne Deck Plans & Specs
Mary Anne - Deck plan
Year of construction: 1997
L.O.A.: 216 feet
L.O.D.: 177 feet
L.O.W.: 119 feet
Beam: 25.90 feet
Draft: 16.7 feet
Height Above WL: 118 feet
Max. Speed: 15 knots
Cruise Speed: 8 – 12 knots
Sail Area: 3,018.33 square feet (920 square meters)
Fuel Capacity: 23 Tons
Water Capacity: 10 Tons
Holding Tank: 12 Tons
Passenger Decks: 3
Electric Power Supply: 220 V / 110 V
- HF radio Automatic pilot
- Depth sounder
- GPS Navigator
- VHF marine radio
- VHF marine transceiver
- RADAR EPIRB.
- Two 20 passenger life rafts with all regulation safety equipment
- Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB)
- Central smoke and fire detector systems.
Crew: Captain, first mate, engineer, 2 sailors, cook and assistant, cabin attendant and one expert bilingual naturalist guide
Mary Anne Reviews
Comments and recommendations received on this Galapagos cruise:
Got back from the Galapagos and I would like to personally thank you for everything. Out trip on board the Mary Anne was really great and we had a wonderful time... Thank you for being patient with me, with all the changes I had to do and all the details that you had to take care of. I liked Hostal Macaw and I felt safe traveling alone especially because I was picked up to&from the airport. Thank you so much Christian.., It was a trip of a lifetime. I will not hesitate to recommend you anytime.
We thought we ought to send a big "THANK YOU!" to you for getting us
those 8 amazing days on the Mary Anne!
It was truly unforgettable.
Everything about the trip was better than we expected. Thank you for all your help and guidance. Keep up the good work!
Hilde & Stig