Galapagos Cruises

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The Ship

The 18 passenger Camper & Nicholsons yacht features a main salon equipped with a bar, TV/Video system and stereo system. The outer corridor is an excellent way to get around the M/Y Grace and all its social areas. It offers access to a 360 degree view of your surroundings while navigating the archipelago. Guests can enjoy the comforts of our inner saloon, head to the stern of the ship to take in the view from one of the most private and special places onboard where the original 1927 wheel is located, or relax in the front of the boat in the jacuzzi or sun chairs.

Grace offers 2 Master Suites, 2 Twin Suites and 5 Premium Staterooms of up to 200 square feet with private facilities, individual climate controls, safe boxes, telephones and plenty of storage space for clothing and luggage.

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The Cuisine

Grace's chefs prepare daily feast using fresh ingredients and often adding cultural themes to bring the meals together. Breakfast and lunch are buffet style and dinner is served either in the interior dining room or in the al-fresco dining area. The kitchen is happy to accommodate dietary restrictions. Please let us know when you are booking so that we can coordinate with the ships crew.

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MV Grace Deck Plan & Facts


Year Built: 2011
Port of Embarkation: Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
Vessel Registry: Ecuador
Vessel Type: Small Ship
Length: 145 feet
Beam: 22.1 feet
Draft: 12 feet
Gross Tonnage: 353 tons
Cruising Speed: 10-12 knots
Electricity: 110 volts
Engines: 8 cylinder - Twin Deutz - 500 bhp each
Generators: 2 Caterpillar 75W each

Safety on board the MV Grace:EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon), 2 x 16 person open sea life rafts, life jackets, flares and signals, fire extinguishing system, and sprinkler system throughout the vessel. Safety Onboard equipment on board either meets or exceeds USA Coast Guard regulations.

Launch Boats Used for Shore Excursions from the MV Grace: Dinghies, or "Pangas" as they are known in Galapagos, are inflatable zodiacs that serve as the main transportation method from the ship to the visitor sites.

MV Grace Crew: 9 crew members plus 2 naturalist guides & 1 cruise director.


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