About Mary Anne
Mary Anne's speedy and elegant design continues the legendary Square rigger tradition. With almost 1000 square meters of sail and her slim rump, she is a fast motor-sailing yacht.
The keel of the vessel was laid 1996 in Poland. After finishing the steelwork she was transported to Germany, where the interior, engine room and rigging were completed. In 1997 the May Anne started sailing under German flag as a traditional sailing vessel. Guests enjoy the informal atmosphere and genuine windjammer sailing experience aboard S.S. Mary Anne.
|Accommodations:||16 double cabins with private bathroom and air conditioning|
|On board:||Wood paneled lounge with bar area, sundecks with seats on deck and outside bar, water maker|
|Cruise prices per person 2009|
|Prices For||Low Season
|Individuals||$ 2,592||$ 2,880|
|Charter||$ 41,476||$ 46,084|
Low Season Dates in 2006: May 1-June 14, September 1- October 14, December 1-16.
Not included in price:
- Air tickets to and from Galapagos
- Galapagos National Park entrance fee ($100 for foreigners)
- Bar consumption onboard
- Gratuities & Tips to Crew and Staff
- Use of Wetsuits
Air tickets and National Park fee can be subject to change without prior notice.
|Day 1:||AM:||Baltra - Arrival|
|PM:||South Plaza I.|
|Day 2:||AM:||Gardner Bay – Española I.|
|PM:||Punta Suárez – Española I.|
|Day 3:||AM:||Punta Cormorant – Floreana I.Devil`s Crown|
|PM:||Charles Darwin Station – Puerto Ayora|
|Day 4:||AM:||North Seymour|
|Day 5:||AM:||Prince Philip`s Steps – Genovesa I.|
|PM:||Darwin Bay – Genovesa I.|
|Day 6:||AM:||Puerto Egas – Santiago I.|
|PM:||Espumilla Beach – Santiago I.|
|Day 7:||AM:||Sullivan Bay – Santiago I.|
|PM:||Baltra I. - Return|