• The Junior Cabin category

  • Another example of a Corals Junior Cabin

  • Junior Cabins on the Corals yachts average 128 square feet.

  • Some Junior Cabins can be interconnected for families and groups traveling together.

  • Standard Plus Cabin

  • Standard Plus Cabin with triple accommodation

  • Standard Cabin

  • Standard Cabins are located at the bow of the yachts on the Sea Deck.

  • The Coral I dining room

  • The Coral II dining room

Coral I & Coral II

20-36 guests

Refurbished: 2012

10 crew members

Length: 113/131 feet

Beam: 21/28 feet

Cruising Speed: 12 knots

The Coral I and Coral II are sister yachts cruising the same itineraries in the Galapagos Islands. Coral I is a 36-passenger, modern, first-class mega yacht with 18 double exterior cabins, and the Coral II is an elegant, classic and charming motor yacht for 20 passengers. Guests booked aboard a Corals Galapagos cruise may be placed on either yacht for a stellar cruising experience. Both yachts underwent a 2012 dry dock refurbishment giving them renovated furnishings, decor and energy-saving features.

Common Areas Aboard Coral I & Coral II

Coral I and Coral II provide the perfect combination of classic beauty and exquisite style. The materials used in their decoration convey a pleasing sensation of warmth and comfort that transports you to the marine environment of the Galapagos. You will be a part of nature thanks to ample panoramic windows. The jacuzzi, sun and shadow decks give you a perfect space to relax, and the social areas and the bar are places to convene and make new friends.

The main lounges are comfortable areas, with well-stocked bars for drinks, cozy sofas, TV/DVD and stereo. The ample dining rooms serve an attractive and varied buffet service for every meal.

Cabins Aboard Coral I & Coral II

The 2012 dry dock outfitted the Corals cabins with new furniture and decoration, lighting control for energy saving, new special outlets for 110V and 120 V, compatible with iPod, iPad, iPhone, Android and MP3 players, new furniture and electric mirrors in the bathrooms. There is plenty of room for storage, and all beds in all cabins can be arranged as two twins or double beds. Twin beds measure 78 inches long x 35 inches wide x 23 inches high, double/matrimonial beds measure 78 inches long x 70 inches wide x 23 inches high and sofa beds for triple accommodation measure 78 inches long x 25 inches wide x 23 inches high.

All the cabins have air conditioning, TV closed circuit system, background music, safety box, intercabin phones along with a private bathroom with cold and hot water, hair dryer and other amenities. Some cabins connect and they are ideal for special group and families. For your safety, all cabins are provided with smoke detectors and a sprinkler system.


8 Junior cabins on Coral I and 6 on Coral II offer superb views through large panoramic windows on the Sky and Earth Decks. Each cabin has an average area of 128 square feet. Each Junior Cabin has 2 lower beds that can be configured as 2 twins or joined together to make 1 double bed. Several Junior Cabins (#18 & 19 on Coral I, and four on Coral II) are interconnected to offer more space and privacy, perfect for families. Cabins 18 and 19 on Coral I can also be configured as a triple cabin for families, but this will restrict their ability to be interconnected. 

Standard Plus

8 Standard Plus cabins and 4 on Coral II are located on the Sea Deck each with an average area of 131 square feet and porthole windows. Standard Plus cabins have two lower beds that can be configured as 2 twins or joined together to make 1 double bed. On Coral I, four Standard Plus cabins (#7, 8, 9 and 10) are interconnected to offer more space and privacy, perfect for families or small groups.  On Coral II, Cabin #1 can accommodate triples.


These two comfortable cabins on Coral I (#1 & 2 at 75 square feet) and one on Coral II (#2 at 109 square feet) are located in a more intimate and private space at the bow of the yacht on the Sea Deck. Each Standard Cabin features one lower double bed and has portholes.

Coral I (left) & Coral II Deck Plans