M/Y Grace - Luxury Galapagos Expedition Yacht

M/Y Grace - Luxury Galapagos Expedition Yacht
M/Y Grace - Luxury Galapagos Expedition Yacht

Cruise Only Rates Per Person Start at: $5,880

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2014 Cruise Only Rates:

8 Days / 7 Nights Cruise Only Rates Per person sharing double occupancy cabin:

Master Suites: A1 & A4: $6,800

Twin Suites: A2 & A3: $6,300

Double Staterooms: C1, C2 & C5: $6,100

Twin Staterooms: C3 & C4: $5,880

* An additional $400 Holiday surcharge applies for all passenger, during New Year and Easter departures.

The prices above include:

  • All meals, guides & activities throughout cruise
  • Soft drinks, juice, coffee and tea throughout the cruise
  • Use of snorkeling equipment & wetsuits

The above prices do not include:

  • Round-trip airfare to and from Galapagos
  • Galapagos National Park Entrance Fee
  • INGALA transit control card
  • Airline Fuel Tax
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Gratuities & tips for guides and crew members
  • Personal Expenses

M/Y Grace’s stellar past includes ownership by millionaire tycoons, royalty and a stint in the British Navy. She was commissioned to be built in 1928, during the Great Gatsby era. After serving as the personal yacht for high powered industrialists, she was conscripted to serve in the British Royal Navy during WWII. During the war she played an important role at Dunkirk, captured a German torpedo E-boat and even has an unconfirmed sinking of a U-boat to her credit. In 1951 she was acquired by a company owned by Aristotle Onassis who renamed her Arion, and was later given as a wedding gift from Aristotle himself to Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco. Rechristened Deo Juvante, it was onboard this vessel where Prince Rainier and princess Grace spent their honeymoon getaway. The ship has begun a new era in her rich history and its best days are yet to come as an icon in the Galapagos Islands.

Named after her late owner, Her Serene Highness Princess Grace of Monaco, the name is a representation of her elegance, beauty and prestige. In the Galapagos, she re-lives her past by being one of the most elegant, beautiful and prestigious yachts on the Islands. The service onboard this ship, coupled with the true feeling of a safari experience, is unlike anything else…