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Photos of the cabins on the yacht Coral I in the Galapagos Islands

Cruise in the Galapagos Islands

M/Y Coral I

The Coral I yacht cruises in the Galapagos Islands and carries 30 passengers in standard, moon and junior cabins.  Luxury class yacht for the Galapagos Islands.
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Ship Profile - Coral I - Galapagos Islands

The motor yacht Coral I -Galapagos based, is a well equipped and spacious motor yacht designed with teakwood and a modern decorum to give this fine Galapagos cruise ship an exclusive touch. Every cabin comes equipped with a full private bath and is then handsomely decorated using wooden nautical fixtures. The interior of the yacht is fully carpeted. This Galapagos yacht has now been recently remodeled throughout and has been upgraded to luxury class. There are junior cabins, earth deck moon cabins and superior cabins available. The Coral I allows cabin space for thirty-six passengers. Both yachts, the Coral I and Coral II, offer three, four, and seven night Galapagos cruises with weekly departures on Sundays and Wednesdays.

Ship Type: Motor Yacht Category: Luxury class
Ship Length: 121 feet Capacity: 36 Passengers
Ship Width: 23 feet Speed in knots: 10 ro 12 knots
Equipment: Gyrocompass, automatic pilot, radar, echo sound, GPS and radio direction finder
Crew: 10 crew members plus two bilingual naturalist guides
Ship Description: This yacht indeed provides comfortable lounges, a dining salon in addition to common areas with TV and a VCR; well stocked bar, also large viewing windows, and above all, a large and expansive observation deck with sun and shaded areas. The dining salon area and the lounge are very well designed, and this yacht holds three sun decks -one half-shaded. Coming equipped with all the standards you would expect from a yacht of this class, the Coral I (and II) are a modern ships in a timeless, classic realm. Your cruise in Galapagos Islands will be far more pleasing and lovely in the comfortable and relaxing and intimate environment found on board this yacht. For other yachts that offer Galapagos tours, see the cruise planner page.
Facilities on Board:
An on-deck bar, observation decks and jacuzzi, as well as air conditioning, fax, 110V, internal telephone, Snorkeling gear, environmental music, life vests and boats, dinghy, television, video, public restrooms, 220 volt adaptors, email, and onboard medical facilities. The dining salon and the lounge are tastefully designed, and the yacht boasts three sun decks - one half-shaded.
Cabin Facilities:
110V, The Motor/Yacht Coral I holds 18 exterior double cabins, all fully carpeted and carefully decorated in teak wood and bronze trim. All cabins are air conditioned. The yacht has a Closed TV system, background music, cabin safety boxes, cabin phones and each has a private bathroom using cold and hot water, in addition to a hair dryer and various other amenities. This yacht is ideal for families as some of the cabins interconnect. There is a smoke detection system. The beds have been upgraded and may combine to form double beds, or separate to form twin beds.

Pricing for the Coral I (or Coral II)
Special prices available: Save $400 per person -- Call for available dates.

Year Round:High Season
4 days/
3 nights
5 days/
4 nights
8 days/
7 nights
In Moon Cabins - Low Season
in Moon Cabins - 8 High
In Junior Cabins - Low Season
in Junior Cabins - 8 High
In Standord Cabins - Low
in Standord Cabins - High

Moon Cabins are also called "Standard Plus Cabins" Off Peak, low season dates are : January 5th to March 28th, May 1st - June 30th, September 3rd to September 30th, November 28th to December 15th.

CRUISE PRICES WILL INCLUDE: Galapagos cruises on the Coral I and Coral II are in air conditioned cabins with private bath. Two visits to the Galapagos Island each day including all meals and tours, conducted by certified naturalist guides.

GALAPAGOS CRUISE PRICES WILL NOT INCLUDE: Airfare between Quito or Guayaquil (round-trip) and the Galapagos Islands, (approximate cost $395 per pe,rson), Galapagos National Park entrance fees, alcoholic beverages and soft drinks, tips for naturalist guides and crew or captain, all personal expenses, gifts and purchases on the ship, rental of snorkel equipment and/or travel insurance.

Important Information: Single and triple occupancy rates are available upon request. Children 11 years old or younger will receive a 25% discount when sharing with guardian(s). Only one child per suite. Children under the age of 6 will not be permitted aboard unless prior arrangements are arranged with the management. All prices are subject to change at any time. All prices are quoted in U.S. Dollars.

ALL PRICES SHOWN ARE IN US$ AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.

Itinerary for the Coral I

Cruise "C" Itinerary, 3 nights - Sunday to Wednesday
Cruise "D" Itinerary Wednesday to Sunday
Sunday
AM
Fly from Quito or Guayaquil to Baltra Island and board the ship
PM
Visit to the Charles Darwin Research Center - Giant Tortoise Research and Breeding Center
Monday
AM
Visit to Cormorant Point, or Devil's Crown on Floreana Is.
PM
Visit to historic Post Office Bay on Floreana Island
Tuesday
AM
PM
Visit to Gardner Bay or Gardner , Osborn Islet - Espanola
Visit to Punta Suarez on Espanola Island - sea birds

Wednesday
AM
Visit to Interpretation Center and Tijteretas on San Cristobal Island - then transfer to the airport
Cruise "D", 4 nights - Wednesday to Sunday
Wednesday
AM
Fly from Quito or Guayaquil to San Cristobal Island and board the yacht
PM
Visit to Cerro Colorado, Tortoise breeding, San Cristobal
Thursday
AM
Visit to Cerro Brujo on San Cristobal Island
PM
Visit to Pitt Point and Islet, San Cristobal Island
Friday
AM
Visit to Espumilla and Buccaneer , Santiago Island
PM
Visit to Puerto Egas on Santiago Island
Saturday
AM
Visit to Bartolome Island
PM
Visit to Sullivan Bay on Santiago Island
Sunday
AM
Visit to the Highlands and wild tortoises, Santa Cruz Is.
PM
Air transfer to the mainland from the airport at Baltra
Cruise "C", 7 nights - Wednesday to Wednesday or Sunday to Sunday
combine the 4 night & 3 night cruises together
*Note: when cruising on the M/Y Coral I or Coral II
no site is visited twice in a seven day period.
Departure Dates
Year-Round Departures
Galapagos Cruising is a Year Round Destination
The Galapagos Islands enjoy a mild sub-tropical climate, allowing Galapagos cruise ships to operate on year round. Temperatures are defined almost entirely by ocean currents and the trade winds. In general. From December to May will be warm and sunny; and from June to November will be cool with a breeze in the afternoon. The temperature chart below is useful to plan your Galapagos vacation! * Temperature values are given in Fahrenheit.
Temperatures
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC
Max. Air Temp
84
86
88
86
82
78
76
74
76
77
78
80
Min Air Temp
70
74
74
72
72
68
66
64
62
64
66
68
Avg.Sea Temp
74
76
76
76
74
74
72
66
68
70
72
74
Avg. Rainfall
1
1
2.0
1.5
0.75
0.25
0.5
0.25
0.5
0.25
0.5
0.5

Deck Plan for the Coral i - Galapagos Cruises

Deck plan for the yacht Coral I in the Galapagos Islands, with cabin areas and social areas
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