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 Camper & Nicholson yacht has traversed the waters of this world under many names, but has been rechristened 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 traveler who seeks a true explorer experience,

complemented with excellent service, superb accommodations and excellent dining. All who travel aboard this yacht will be part of a unique mission: to bring to life the natural living legacy of the islands through an experience unlike any other in Galapagos
Capacity: 16 guests in 8 cabins plus 10 crew members, 2 naturalist guides and 1 cruise director.
Eight spacious staterooms of up to 18 square meters (194 square feet) wtih private bathrooms, individual climate controls, safe boxes, telephones and plenty of storage space for clothing and luggage.
Grace features a main salon equipped with a bar, TV/Video system and stereo system. Passengers can choose to eat inside, in the interior dining room or they can eat outside in the al-fresco dining area. The sundeck has a bar and plenty of space to be in the open air. Guests can also relax in the front of the boat where the jacuzzi and sun chairs are located.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served buffet style either in the interior dining room or in the al-fresco dining area. All meals are served in wholesome quantities and in a variety of menus with tropical exotic fruits always available.

Jacuzzi, sea kayaks, snorkeling gear and wetsuits. Ample outside resting areas and inside & al-fresco dining areas.