S/S Mary Anne

A Sailor’s Dream come true in the Galapagos!

The M/S Mary Anne is the perfect ship for those who love to 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 12 cabins.

A true Nautical Experience…

“Navigating under full sail on a large ship is probably the best of nautical experiences.” Being an imposing 3-masted schooner, you can bet the Mary Anne’s sails are not only for show. The S/S Mary Anne hoist its sails on every itinerary and because of its size and structure is the only ship in the Galapagos Archipelago that can navigate by wind power alone. Be part of this unique nautical experience on any of our itineraries. Our crew will gladly welcome your help when the moment arrives and the captain yells, “Hoist the sails!”

The Mary Anne features two 8-day itineraries, visiting the Western and Eastern Islands. The fact that they offer week-long itineraries only means a more intimate and hassle-free experience in the Galapagos. You will not have to wait for groups to embark or disembark during your fantastic week in the Galapagos.

Connoisseur Tip: 

Regarding which itinerary is a better option, it’s really a hard decision here. Both itineraries visit the highlights of the Galapagos. Both are well-rounded and will provide a fantastic experience in the Enchanted Islands.

S/S Mary Anne: 8-day Eastern Itinerary

Day 1:  (Saturday) 

AM – Baltra Island Airport: Arrival and Transfer to the boat

PM –  Santa Cruz Island: Black Turtle Cove

Day 2:  (Sunday) 

AM – Genovesa Island: Darwin Bay

PM – Genovesa Island: El Barranco

Day 3:  (Monday) 

AM – Bartholomew Island

PM – Chinese Hat Islet

Day 4:  (Tuesday) 

AM – Rabida Island

PM – Santa Cruz Island: Dragon Hill

Day 5:  (Wednesday) 

AM – Santa Cruz Island: Highlands of Santa Cruz

PM – Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Research Station / Tortoise Breeding Center

Day 6:  (Thursday) 

AM – South Plaza Island

PM – Santa Fe Island

Day 7:  (Friday) 

AM – Española Island: Gardner Bay / Gardner Islet/ Osborn Islet

PM – Española Island: Suarez Point

Day 8:  (Saturday) 

AM – Santa Cruz Island: Twin Craters / Transfer to the Baltra Airport

S/S Mary Anne: 8-day Western Itinerary

Day 1:  (Saturday) 

AM – Baltra Island Airport: Arrival and Transfer to the boat

PM –  Santa Cruz Island: Highlands of Santa Cruz

Day 2:  (Sunday) 

AM – Floreana Island: Cormorant Point / Devil’s Crown

PM – Floreana Island: Post Office Bay

Day 3:  (Monday) 

AM – Floreana Island: Black Beach / Asilo de la Paz

PM – Full afternoon of navigation (spotting whales and dolphins)

Day 4:  (Tuesday) 

AM – Isabela Island: Moreno Point

PM – Isabela Island: Urbina Bay

Day 5:  (Wednesday) 

AM – Isabela Island: Tagus Cove

PM – Fernandina Island: Espinosa Beach

Day 6:  (Thursday) 

AM – Santiago Island: Egas Port

PM – Santiago Island: Espumilla Beach / Buccaneer Cove

Day 7:  (Friday) 

AM – Santiago Island: Sullivan Bay

PM – North Seymour Island

Day 8:  (Saturday) 

AM – Santa Cruz Island: Mosquera Islet / Transfer to the Baltra Airport

Mary Anne – First-Class Galapagos Sailor – 2020 Rates

Mary Anne 2020 Rates Galapagos First Class Sail Boat

*Prices are subject to change. Please inquire with your Connoisseur, we can usually get better rates than the ones above mentioned.

Accommodations and Facilities

All guest accommodations are located on the cabin deck. The main deck is complete with the dining room, kitchen, library, and entertainment center.

Cabin configuration: 

  • Cabin Deck: 12 double air-conditioned berth cabins, with 6 double lower bed-upper single bed and 6 single lower bed-upper single bed.


On the sundeck, you will find open-air seating, kayaks, storage, the bridge and plenty of space for taking in the beautiful sights.

The vessel features a wood-paneled, comfortable lounge area with a well-stocked bar and spacious sun decks. The nine crew members and naturalist guide on board assure a high-end experience.


  • Programmed visits to the islands with a certified English-speaking naturalist guide.
  • On board accommodations
  • Snorkel gear (mask, snorkel, and fins).
  • Kayaks
  • All meals on board; unlimited coffee, tea, water, and natural juices.
  • Private transport and ferry for all Galapagos transfers.

Not included

  • $100 (Subject to change) Galapagos National Park entrance fee
  • $20 Transit Control Card
  • Alcoholic and bottled beverages on board
  • Crew and guide tips.
  • Wetsuit rental fee.
  • Air Tickets
  • Transfer to and from the airport in mainland Ecuador.

Important Information

• Single Supplement (Subject to availability)

• Christmas and New Year dates will have a 10% surcharge

• Children under 12 years old enjoy a 25% discount.



Does the Mary Anne raise its sails, if so does it sail without an engine?

The Mary Anne is the only boat in the Galapagos that raises its sails and sails on wind power only.

You can send your enquiry via the form below.

S/S Mary Anne

Trip Facts

  • Schooner Sailor
  • First-Class
  • 16 guests
  • L.O.A 216 ft / L.O.D 172 ft
  • 26 ft
  • 8 knots
  • 7 crew members + 1 bilingual guide
  • II/III Level
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