South America Galapagos Islands Cruise

Coral I & Coral II Galapagos Cruises

Coral I or Coral II cruises to the Galapagos Islands combine the versatility and intimacy of a yacht with the comfort and space of a small ship. The sister ships cruise the same itinerary side-by-side, offering the chance for larger groups to experience the Galapagos while maintaining a very intimate feel.

The 36-passenger Coral I and the 20-passenger Coral II each offer ample sun and observation deck space, an outdoor Jacuzzi and delicious cuisine. Three categories of cabins are roomy and comfortable but simple with private bathrooms, lower beds and windows or portholes. Activities on the Corals include hiking, snorkeling (deep-water snorkeling available on select itineraries), swimming and kayaking. 

The Corals operate four Galapagos cruise itineraries (two 4-day cruises and two 5-day cruises), which can be combined in various ways to create longer 8-, 11-, 12-day or 15-day cruises. We look forward to having you join us for the trip of a lifetime! Call today to learn more about the Galapagos Coral I or Coral II cruises.

The 4-day Corals Eastern Galapagos Cruise visits Baltra, Santa Cruz, Mosquera Islet, North Seymour, Santa Fe, South Plaza and San Cristobal islands, with daily activities such as kayaking, snorkeling, swimming and hiking. For those interested, there may be scuba diving options (added cost upon availability). The Corals Eastern Islands Cruise can be combined with the Southern or Western Islands Cruise to create an 8-day/7-night itinerary.

The 5-day Corals Western Galapagos Cruise visits Baltra, Santa Cruz, Isabela, Fernandina and Santiago islands. The western exposure means opportunities for spotting Galapagos penguins and exploring the youngest and most volcanically active islands in the archipelago. The Corals Western Islands Cruise can be combined with the Central or Eastern Islands Cruise to create an 8-day/7-night itinerary.

The 4-day Corals Central Galapagos Cruise sails round-trip from Baltra, focusing on the central islands of Santa Cruz, Bartolome, Santiago and Rabida Island. Take advantage of daily kayaking, snorkeling, swimming or hiking, and for those interested scuba diving may be an option (added cost upon availability). The Corals Central Islands Cruise can be combined with the Western or Southern Islands Cruise to create an 8-day/7-night itinerary. 

The 5-day Corals Southern Islands Galapagos Cruise starts in San Cristobal and ends in Baltra, visiting the southernmost islands of Espanola, Floreana and the central island of Santa Cruz. Activities include kayaking, snorkeling, swimming and hiking. For those interested, there may be scuba diving options (added cost upon availability). The Corals Southern Islands Cruise can be combined with the Central or Western Islands Cruise to create an 8-day/7-night itinerary.

Read on for details about this trip, or view all of AdventureSmith’s Galapagos cruises.