Galapagos boat with history – Grace   2 comments

Galapagos GRACE

Introduction & history

M/Y Grace’s stellar past includes ownership by millionaire tycoons like Sir George Tilley and Aristotle Onassis, a brief stint in the British navy and the vacation home of guests recognized worldwide, including Winston Churchill.


This yacht has traversed the waters of this world under many names, but we have rechristened her with a name that takes her back into her history; to the very best of her times. Named after her late owner, Her Serene Highness Princess Grace of Monaco, the name is a representation of her elegance, beauty and prestige. Grace is the ideal yacht for the the traveler who seeks a true explorer experience, complemented with excellent service, superb accommodations and excellent dining. All who travel on-board this yacht will be part of a mission to bring to life the natural living legacy of the islands.




FIT (For Individual Travelers) Special Package


All new passengers booked and confirmed by September 15, 2009 for our 2010 departures will receive their Air Tickets to the Galapagos Islands at no additional cost.


All new groups (4 or more guests on the same departure) booked and confirmed by September 15, 2009 for our 2010 departures will receive their Air Tickets to the Galapagos Islands, the Galapagos National Park Entrance Fee and the Transit Control Card at no additional cost.

*Note: Offer is for new bookings only and is not retroactive to current bookings


7 nights Galapagos cruises

Sat: San Cristobal (Playa Ochoa)
Sun: Genovesa (Prince Phillip’s Steps / Darwin Bay)
Mon: Isabela (Tagus Cove) / Fernandina (Punta Espinosa)
Tue Isabela (Urbina Bay / Punta Vicente Roca)
Wed: Bartolome (Pinacle Rock & Overlook)/ Santiago (James Bay)
Thu: Santa Cruz (Charles Darwin Research Station / Highlands)
Fri: Española (Punta Suarez / Gardner Bay)
Sat: San Cristóbal (Kicker Rock [Leon Dormido]

NOTE: Itinerary is subject to change

Galapagos Grace images

Galapagos Grace images


16 guests in 4 suites and 5 premium staterooms plus 11 crew members and 1 naturalist guide.

Public Areas

Large and comfortable main salon, with a library, bar, TV/Video system and stereo. Al fresco dinning area is located in the stern of the yacht and the interior dining room at the bow. The sun deck consists of the whole exterior area of the yacht and is extremely ample.


Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served buffet style in the stern dining area. The meals prepared by our specially trained chefs are served in wholesome quantities and in a variety of menus with tropical exotic fruits always available. Kids menus and vegetarian menus are also available upon request


All cabins have exceptional accommodations, private facilities, climate controls and ample space to hang and store clothing. 4 suites and 5 premium staterooms.

Special Features

Very spacious top deck. Jacuzzi, sea kayaks, snorkeling gear, wetsuits.

Special Features for Children

Special Kids Club with activities like star-gazing and movie nights. Child-oriented guides who organize learning activities and provide children with a kids expedition journal are placed specifically for departures with children. Wide range of board games and movies for children. Kids Menus specially prepared for family departures.


Grace abides under all international standards of safety for a ship of its type. It is ISM certified and is equipped with an emergency alarm system, 2 emergency life rafts for 16 pax each, emergency life vests, fog horns, smoke detectors, and fire extinguishers. All emergency equipment is SOLAS certified.

2 responses to “Galapagos boat with history – Grace

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  1. Is there any avaiability Dec 19-27/09 ? 6 adults 3 small children
    6yr, 3 yr 1 yr on Grace

    • Lou, being the weekend the office of operator of the Grace is closed until Monday morning. I will check for available spaces for you at that time.
      Warmest regards,

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