Galapagos Island Cruise: 4-8 Days

Galápagos Islands, Ecuador

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Duration: 4 Days
Starts in: Galápagos Islands, Ecuador

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The M/Y Coral I and the M/Y Coral II have a total of 18 and 11 cabins respectively. The Ocean View, air-conditioned cabins can accommodate twin beds or a full size bed with  private facilities. Additionally, matrimonial, double or triple options are available. We have interconnecting doors suitable for families or friends traveling together. Each cabin includes: safe, entertainment system with LCD TVs, hair dryer, special bedding in each category, and remodeled furniture in each cabin. Our voltage is set for 110-220 volts/60 Hz.

  • Coral I has 8 Junior Cabins, 8 Standard Plus Cabins, and 2 Standard Cabins. The Standard Plus Cabins are spacious, located on the lower deck, with porthole windows. Junior Cabins are on the upper deck, are more spacious, and have larger windows. The two Standard Cabins are in the bow of the boat are are smaller sized. All cabins have air conditioning and private bathrooms.
  • Coral II has 6 Junior Cabins, 4 Standard Plus Cabins, and 1 Standard Cabin. The Junior Cabins are the most spacious and have larger windows; the Standard Plus Cabins are spacious and have porthole windows; the one Standard Cabin is in the bow of the boat and has one double bed. All Junior and Standard Plus Cabins can be arranged to have twin beds or one queen size bed. All cabins have air conditioning and private bathroom facilities.


Construction: completed in 2005

Type: Power Motor Yachts

Length: 131 ft. / 40 mts. (Coral I) / 79 ft. / 24 mts. (Coral I)

Beam: 28 ft. / 9 mts. (Coral I) / 21 ft. / 6 mts. (Coral II)

Engines: Two John Deere 6125SFM75 engines, each one of 610HP

Max speed: 14-17 knots

Accommodations: 18 cabins - 36 passengers (Coral I) / 11 cabins - 20 passengers (Coral II)

Crew: Captain, chef, sailors, and naturalist guides


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