Coral I & Coral II

capacity
20-36 guests
remodeled
2016
crew members
9-11 crew members
length
113-131 feet
beam
21-28 feet
cruising speed
10-12 knots

The Coral I and Coral II are sister yachts cruising the same itineraries side-by-side in the Galapagos Islands. Coral I is a 36-passenger, modern, first-class mega yacht with 18 double exterior cabins. Coral II is an elegant, classic and charming motor yacht that accommodates 20 passengers in 12 exterior cabins. Guests booked aboard a Corals Galapagos cruise may be placed on either yacht for a stellar cruising experience. Both yachts offer charming social areas distributed on three decks with outdoor and indoor seating, allowing an intimate expedition experience that suits each passenger’s personal travel style.

Coral I & Coral II Review

AdventureSmith Explorations’ Coral I & Coral II review includes a detailed description of the small ships including deck plans and a photo gallery. Our Galapagos experts have been aboard the Coral I & Coral II firsthand. Please read our Coral I & Coral II review below then contact our small ship cruise experts to compare the Coral I & Coral II with other Galapagos expedition ships and yachts.

Choose the Coral I & Coral II if you are looking for an affordable yet comfortable ship with pleasing amenities and guides and crew who make you feel like family. The fact that both Corals have a few adjoining rooms available makes them perfect for multi-generational family travel and enjoying the Galapagos with younger kids.

Common Areas Aboard Coral I & Coral II

Coral I and Coral II provide an ideal combination of classic beauty and exquisite style, with decorations that complement the relaxing marine environment of the Galapagos. Panoramic windows, a Jacuzzi area and comfortable interiors offer endless opportunities to see the views between island visits and their small size makes embarking and disembarking for excursions efficient. The main lounges are comfortable areas with well-stocked bars, cozy sofas, TV/DVD and stereo. The wooden interiors are warm throughout and the cozy seating and libraries make the Corals feel like home. 

Dining Aboard Coral I & Coral II

Delightful Ecuadorian and international cuisine is served in the dining rooms and a BBQ dinner is served on the Moon Deck, where spectacular sunsets often go with dessert. Breakfast and lunch are served buffet style while dinner is a la carte. Coffee, tea and snacks are available 24 hours a day.

Activities Aboard Coral I & Coral II

Each day aboard the Coral I & Coral II includes two guided visits with multilingual naturalist guides, as per Galapagos National Park regulation. Snorkeling and hiking are included; kayaking and Scuba diving may be available upon request and based on availability and itinerary.

Cabins & Deck Plan Aboard Coral I & Coral II

Cabins aboard the Corals are well appointed with air conditioning; phone service for internal, local and international calls; TV with multimedia system; safety deposit box; smoke detector and sprinkler system; and private bathroom with cold and hot water, hair dryer, electric mirrors and other amenities. All cabins have lighting control for energy saving, outlets for 110V and 120V, compatible with iPod, iPad, iPhone, Android and MP3 players. There is plenty of room for storage and all beds in all cabins can be arranged as two twins or one double bed. Some cabins interconnect, making them ideal for families.

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. Sofa beds for triple accommodation measure 78 inches long x 25 inches wide x 23 inches high and are best for children.