Mary Anne

For anyone who prefers the creak of masts and the crack of a sail, then the 65m square rigged barquentine, Mary Anne, is one of the most romantic ways of cruising the Galapagos. While she does have to use engines to satisfy park rules, the crew do try to use sail whenever possible and that is when she comes into her own.

Originally designed to carry 28 passengers she now only takes 16 ensuring there is an abundance of communal space. The yacht has a comfortable wooden panelled lounge with a small bar area, there is an alfresco dining area, and a canopied sun deck. As well as snorkel equipment they have sea kayaks.

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