• Cabin 1 aboard Mary Anne

  • Cabins 9 and 10 aboard Mary Anne feature double beds, with no upper berth.

  • Cabin 3 aboard Mary Anne; most of Mary Anne's cabins feature a double bed with an upper berth.

  • Cabin 4 aboard Mary Anne

  • Cabin 6 aboard Mary Anne

  • Bathroom aboard Mary Anne.

  • A luxurious sun deck is a popular spot aboard Mary Anne

  • The small library of books aboard Mary Anne

  • The salon aboard Mary Anne

  • Mary Anne has ample seating for relaxing, writing and reading.

  • Al fresco dining is available aboard Mary Anne

  • Plated dinners aboard Mary Anne are fresh and seasonal.

  • A full bar servers refreshing beverages.

  • An open bridge means you can learn how the Mary Anne is navigated in the Galapagos.

  • Mary Anne's crew setting the sails.

  • Safety drills aboard Mary Anne acquaint passengers with emergency protocols.

  • A guest enjoys a stunning Galapagos sunset from Mary Anne's deck.

Mary Anne

16 passengers

Year Built: 1997

Renovated: 2006

Length: 216 feet

Draft: 16.7 feet

Speed: 8 knots

Flag: Ecuador

The 16-passenger S/S Mary Anne is an elegant first-class vessel that flaunts her sails over open waters, escorting visitors throughout the Galapagos Archipelago in comfort and style, without compromising the pleasures of life at sea. 

Mary Anne Review

The Mary Anne is among our favorite sailboats in the Galapagos. She is larger than most sailing vessels and with only 16 guests among 12 cabins there is plenty of room on board. There are also great opportunities for single travelers to get their own room. Choose the Mary Anne if you are seeking a classic sailing experience in the Galapagos. 

Mary Anne Sailboat

This elegant barquetine sailing vessel was launched in 1997 and renovated in 2006. Mary Anne's speedy and elegant design sails the Galapagos Islands with the elegance of legendary Square rigger tradition. With almost 1000 square meters of sail and her slim rump, she is a fast sailing yacht, perfect for exploring the Galapagos up close. Guests explore the nature and wildlife of the Galapagos Islands in the company of certified naturalist guides. Enjoy cruising with the informal atmosphere and genuine windjammer sailing experience.  

Common Areas Aboard Mary Anne

There is a wood-trimmed lounge and bar area and sundeck with seats above. The spacious sun deck is perfect for relaxing and watching wildlife. Ample deck space encourages guests to relax and take in the sights, and the Mary Anne carries kayaks and landing craft for up-close explorations of the Galapagos Islands. 

Get the most out of expert guides, spend quality time with the captain and crew, who will be delighted to tour the bridge and share secrets of ocean travel with you. The Mary Anne offers introductory orientation on the principles of sailing, providing you with a jump-start into this fascinating tradition. Learn about naval knots and how to tie them; hoist the sails and capture the wind. Join a cooking extravaganza with top chefs or enjoy fantastic island legends in the words of true "Galapagueños." Stargazing under sail, amid the largest ocean on planet Earth, offers the ideal opportunity to learn and experience the constellations from the seafarers who read them every night.

Cabins Aboard Mary Anne

Mary Anne can accommodate up to 16 passengers in 12 double, tastefully furnished cabins. As is true for most sailboats, cabins aboard the S/S Mary Anne are smaller and most have bunk beds. All cabins have private bathrooms with hot water, closets, porthole windows and all are designed with one double lower berth and a single upper berth. Two cabins (#9 and 10) are designed as double cabins with only a lower double bed and no upper berth. 

Mary Anne Deck Plan

Mary Anne Deck Plan