Full sail navigation on a large ship like the S/S Mary Anne is probably one the best experiences in Galapagos." Being an imposing 3-masted vessel, you will discover her sails are not only for show off. We hoist her sails on every itinerary and passengers can photograph this spectacle from the panga. She is the only ship in the Galapagos Archipelago that can navigate by wind power alone. Our crew will gladly welcome your help for hoisting.
S/S Mary Anne is the sailing cruise in Galapagos that redefines comfort. Aboard the 216 ft. (65.84 m) barquentine, the journey becomes an uncomplicated form of indulgence.
It means space to stretch and enjoy the experience in your own way, walking barefoot around the decks.
The Mary Anne feels as spacious as the seas that open out before her. Navigating at full sail, you will not be troubled by the sound of engines, tempting dolphins and whales to swim alongside the ship.
Dining is yet another thrill on board. Ecuadorian-inspired dishes including ultra-fresh seafood, prepared by the on-board chefs.
Indoors in the dining room or library or outside on the main deck, you will find space to enjoy the sensations and freedoms of the seas on the only ship of its kind on the horizon.
“I didn’t expect they were going to raise the sails, maybe just one time to let us take a picture, but I was really wrong. We sailed three times with the wind. One of the times the crew unfurled the sails they let us take a view from the panga.” – Tina, United States.
“The boat was visually stunning with more space than I expected, such as an outdoor dining area as well as inside dining with all meals being served at the table. There was a large living room with a small library.” – Whitby, Canada.
“I just wanted to let you know that I had a great time onboard this beautiful ship! This journey was really unique.” – Axel Zimmermann. Germany.