The sister ships Coral I and Coral II are the perfect combination of classic beauty and exquisite style. Built in Germany and Holland respectively, eachTour Details
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The sister ships Coral I and Coral II are the perfect combination of classic beauty and exquisite style. Built in Germany and Holland respectively, each ship surpasses all the standards you would expect from a high-class yacht in order to make your cruise among the enchanted islands extraordinary. Every cabin features handsome wood decoration, along with air-conditioning, a private bathroom, safe deposit box, telephone, and your choice of background music. Additionally, the Corals have plenty of room to relax with three sundecks (some shaded), a Jacuzzi, comfortable dining room and lounge. To make sure that all the passengers for the Coral I and Coral II have the same experience, both yachts
The Coral’s spacious social areas include 3 sundecks, cozy living areas, and a restaurant serving delicious Ecuadorian and international cuisine, even extending to a BBQ dinner in the open-air.
Double, twin and triple cabins are available, as well as inter-joining cabins for family groups.
Each Coral cabin includes: safe deposit, entertainment system with LCD TVs, hair dryer, hot showers, aircon, phone, and attractive teak interiors. On board sea kayaks (available at extra cost) are a nice bonus. Scuba diving day tours are also available at extra cost.
- Length: 131ft (Coral I), 113ft (Coral II)
- Beam: 28ft (Coral I), 21ft (Coral II)
- Speed: 12 knots
- Crew: 10
- Capacity: 36 (Coral I), 20 (Coral II)
- Number of cabins: 18 double-twin cabins (Coral I), 11 double- twin cabins (Coral II), both with lower beds
- Private bathroom
- Air conditioning: central
- Room towels
- Beach towels
- 110v Electricity point in cabin
- Safe deposit box
- Lounge area
- Reading Material
- TV/DVD: Screen with entertainment in each cabin
- Wetsuits for hire
- Kayaks: Request in advance
- Welcome and farewell cocktails
- All meals and activities throughout the cruise
- Bilingual National Park Guide
- Water, 24 hour coffee station
- Transfers in the islands
- All excursions
- Snorkeling Opportunities
- Flight Ticket
- $100 Galapagos National Park entrance fee
- $20 Transit Control Card
- Alcoholic and soft beverages consumed onboard
- Cancellation/medical insurance
- Wet suits rental: US$ 25 net per person per each short cruise.
- Transparent Kayak Rental $ 40 each use per person
- Tips & personal expenses.
- Passengers transfers from airports to port ship and back.
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