Corals I and II

With the same itineraries for both yachts, these two ships are the perfect combination for your Galapagos cruise.

Corals I and II

Prices from: £2,985pp for 8 days

Coral I and Coral II are similar mid-sized motor yachts providing comfortable accommodation with both sunny and covered deck areas and an inviting jacuzzi in which to relax between island visits.

There are standard, standard plus and junior cabins. All have twin or double beds, TVs, video systems, safes, air conditioning and private bathrooms. Standard and standard plus cabins have skylights while junior cabins are more spacious and have windows. Some of the cabins are interconnecting, making perfect family accommodation.

Both yachts have 4 decks with social areas including  a lounge, library, bar and restaurant. There’s a covered terrace and a jacuzzi. The top deck has both open and shaded deck areas, an observatory, chill out area and BBQ area for tasty al fresco dining. The atmosphere is information and friendly on board both yachts.

Coral I & II highlights

  • Coral I accommodates 36 passengers, Coral II accommodates 20 passengers
  • Plenty of indoor and outdoor space
  • Top deck with an observatory, chill out space and BBQ area
  • En-suite cabins with individual climate control, TVs and video systems
  • Friendly crew and relaxed atmosphere
  • Multilingual naturalist guides
  • Jacuzzi

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Itinerary A – 3 nights / 4 days

  1. SUN: Fly into Baltra. Santa Cruz: Charles Darwin Station and Fausto Llerena Breeding Centre
  2. MON: Santa Cruz: Cerro Dragon. Bartolome
  3. TUE: Rabida. Santa Cruz: Bachas Beach
  4. WED: Santa Cruz: Black Turtle Cove. Depart Baltra

Itinerary B – 4 nights / 5 days

  1. WED: Fly into Baltra. Santa Cruz: Eden Islet or Ballena Bay
  2. THU: Isabela: Punta Vicente Roca. Fernandina: Punta Espinosa
  3. FRI: Isabela: Urbina Bay and Tagus Cove
  4. SAT: Santiago: Salt Mines or Puerto Egas, and Sullivan Bay
  5. SUN: Santa Cruz: Highlands. Depart Baltra

Itinerary C – 3 nights / 4 days

  1. SUN: Fly into Baltra. Santa Cruz: Charles Darwin Station and Fausto Llerena Breeding Centre
  2. MON: Mosquera Islet. North Seymour
  3. TUE: Santa Fe. South Plaza
  4. WED: San Cristobal: Interpretation Centre and Cerro Tijeretas. Depart San Cristobal

Itinerary D – 4 nights / 5 days

  1. WED: Fly into San Cristobal. San Cristobal: Cerro Colorado Tortoise Reserve
  2. THU: San Cristobal: Cerro Brujo, Punta Pitt and Pitt Islet
  3. FRI: Espanola: Punta Suarez and Gardner Bay
  4. SAT: Floreana: Champion Islet, Devil’s Crown, Punta Cormorant, and Post Office Bay
  5. SUN: Santa Cruz: Highlands. Depart Baltra

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Corals deck plans
Corals I and II Junior-suite

Corals I and II Junior-suite

Coral I: There are 18 cabins in total accommodating a maximum of 36 passengers at any one time. There are 2 standard cabins (no.s 1 & 2) on sea deck, 8.8 square metres, with skylights. There are 8 standard plus cabins (no.s 3-10) on sea deck, 11-12 square metres, with skylights. These include 2 triple cabins each with an extra bed, and 2 sets of interconnecting cabins (7 & 9, 8 & 10). There are 8 junior suites (no.s 11-19), 11-12 square metres, 2 on earth deck and 6 on sky deck, all with windows. They include 2 triple cabins each with an extra bed and 2 sets of interconnecting cabins (14 & 15, 18 & 19). All cabins have private shower rooms with hot and cold running water.

 

Corals I and II Standard

Corals I and II Standard

Coral II: There are 11 cabins in total accommodating a maximum of 20 passengers at any one time. There is 1 standard cabin (no.2) on sea deck, 10 square metres, with a skylight. There are 4 standard plus cabins (no.s  1 and 3-5) on sea deck, 3 of 12 square metres and 1 triple (no.1) of 16 square metres, all with skylights. There are 6 junior suites, 2 on earth deck (no.s 6 & 7) and 4 on sky deck (no.s 8-11). One of the earth deck cabins (no.6) is a triple of 14 square metres, the others are 10-11 square metres. All have windows. Cabins 8 & 9 and 10 & 11 are interconnecting. All cabins have shower rooms with hot and cold running water.

Corals I and II Standard-plus twin

Corals I and II Standard-plus twin

Technical Specifications

Year of construction: Coral I 2005; Coral II 2006
Type: Motor yacht
Capacity: Coral I accommodates 36 passengers; Coral II accommodates 20 passengers
Accommodation: Coral I has 18 cabins comprising 2 standard, 8 standard plus and 8 junior; Coral II has 11 cabins comprising 1 standard, 4 standard plus and 6 junior. All have air conditioning, LCD TV, video systems, skylights or windows, 2 twin or 1 double bed and private bathrooms. Both yachts have interconnecting cabins.
On Board: Restaurant, bar, lounge, library and boutique. The Sky Deck has a roofed terrace and the top or Moon Deck has sunny and shaded deck areas, a BBQ area and chill out space as well as an observatory. Kayaks can be hired. Both yachts offer diving days on certain itineraries which need to be booked and paid for in advance.
Maximum speed: 12 knots
Crew: Coral I has 11 + 3 guides; Coral II has 9 + 2 guides

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