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Mary Anne

All, Galapagos

When you sail aboard the SS Mary Anne, you are returning the golden age of tall ships and maritime exploration. Darwin sailed to the Galapagos all the way from Britain onboard the HMS Beagle; on the Mary Anne your journey will be somewhat shorter and significantly more luxurious!

The Mary Anne was launched in 1997, and though she looks like a traditional sailing ship, she is fitted with all mod cons. This makes her safe, comfortable, and unusually environmentally friendly. The twin bunk cabins onboard are spacious, there are plenty of large, well lit communal areas, and you can dine al fresco on the deck.
 
The Mary Anne accommodates just 16 guests, so is small and agile enough to access the Galapagos’ shallower waters. There are two main itinerary options - for eight or 15 days - and you can also choose to charter the entire ship, in which case you’ll set your own course. All cruises begin close to the airport in Baltra for maximum convenience.