The SS Mary Anne offers amazing small-ship Galapagos cruises. She is a beautiful 52m sailing ship, with over 1000m2 of canvas sails. This 3-masted schooner is one of the only ships in the Galapagos to sail with no engine support. Guests are encouraged to get involved with raising the sails for a true authentic Galapagos expedition, and the experienced crew are more than happy to share their vast knowledge about sailing in the Galapagos. Navigating by sail means a peaceful journey with no sounds of the engines, tempting whales and dolphins to swim alongside the ship.
Catering to a maximum of 16 guests, the S/S Mary Anne Galapagos offers 6 double cabins and 6 single cabins. All cabins have private bathrooms with hot water and are designed with one double lower berth and a single upper berth, and two cabins have lower berths. Because the SS Mary Anne was built for 24 guests but caters to a maximum of 16, there is plenty of space to relax on board. Guests can choose the sun deck with open-air seating or the bridge to enjoy the fresh sea air. On the main deck is the dining room, kitchen, lounge with entertainment area and library. Meals can also be served al-fresco to enjoy the stunning Galapagos views and sunsets. Enjoy international and local Ecuadorian cuisine with freshly sourced ingredients.
S/S Mary Anne offers two exciting Galapagos expedition itineraries to choose from. The 9 crew members and Galapagos Naturalist guide on board will ensure an exciting and educational cruise with fantastic wildlife encounters. On the 'Galapagos West' itinerary guests will get the chance to explore Santiago, Isabela Island, Santa Cruz, Floreana and Fernandina to have amazing encounters with Sea Lions, Penguins and amazing snorkeling. On the East itinerary, points of interest include Darwin Bay, Santa Fe, Gardner Bay and Bartolome with lava bubbles and penguins galore!
The SS Mary has no supplement on single cabins, so guests travelling alone can enjoy this once in a lifetime trip to the Galapagos and make friends that will last a lifetime. Don’t miss this exciting adventure and book online or call us today to secure your space.
Choose your departure date adventure cruise | snorkelling only
Included: VAT, Environment Tax, Fuel Surcharge, Port Fees, Airport Transfer, Drinking Water, Soft Drinks at Meal Times, Tea & Coffee, Welcome Cocktails, Full-Board Meal Plan (All meals), Snacks, Special Dinner, Kayaks, Land Excursions, Naturalist Guide, Snorkeling Guide, Beach Towels, Cabin Towels, Complimentary Toiletries, Deck Towels.
Required Extras: National Park Fees (100 USD), Visas and Fees (20 USD), Local Flights.
Optional Extras: Travel Insurance, Gratuities, Hotel Transfer, Alcoholic Beverages, Soft drinks, Snorkel Gear.
Book now, pay later: You can easily place your booking online. We will then hold the spaces for you and you can confirm with a payment later.
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Food & Drinks
If you have any specific dietary requirements whilst on-board your cruise, you can add this to your special requests on step 2 of the booking form. We advise limiting these requests to religious beliefs or food allergies.
The crew speaks English and Spanish.
There is equipment available to rent on this boat. Please provide your rental needs on the booking form.
You will need to pay for the rental gear on board of the boat. Show prices.
Drawings & Vessel Layouts
- Year built 1977
- Length 66m/216ft
- Beam 7.8m/25.9ft
- Cruising speed 8 knots
- Max guests 16
- Number of cabins 12
- Number of bathrooms 12
Boat Navigation and Safety
Mary Anne Reviews
- 7.7 Good
- 3 Verified Reviews
- Vessel 6.0
- Crew 7.3
- Food 9.3
- Activities 8.7
- Value 7.3
Unforgettable trip on a real sale boat
Itinerary exposed us to almost all animal and plant species that the Galapagos islands can offer.
- Recommended for
- Beautiful ship with lots of deck space and relative stability in rough seas. Friendly and knowledgeable guide. Fellow passengers
Great crew, fantastic destination, pretty decent ship
Seeing all the animals was great, Crew was very friendly and helpful, safety seemed important. Snorkeling gear good, shorty wetsuits were $25 for week and needed. October weather fair as expected, seas a bit rough. The arrival airport transfer arrangements were quite disapppointing, cobbled together on the spot after a long wait with no contact person available. There was supposed to be an excursion last day, but guide had a flight that required leaving boat at 7 AM. Food basic/bland but well prepared. Able to accommodate different diets. I had low expectations for the sailing portion and these were met. Before leaving, I noticed last minute deals for half of what I paid for trip.
- Recommended for
- Destination, knowledgeable guide, great crew