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Coral I & II

        

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Overview

20 passenger Motorized mono-hull

The Coral I holds 36 passengers, and the Coral II holds 20 passengers. These boats have a jacuzzi, offer sea kayaks, have a good kids program, and are a good value for the money. The Coral I and Coral II are modern and spacious motor yachts to give a unique Galapagos tour an exclusive touch. The entire interior is made of teak wood and fully carpeted. 4-day cruises start every Sunday, 5-day cruises start every Wednesday, and 8-day cruises start every Sunday and Wednesday (combining the itineraries). There is a fuel surcharge of $50/person on 4-5 day itineraries and $100/person on 8-day itineraries. Galapagos flights are $495/person round-trip from Quito or Guayaquil and must be booked with the boat. The Galapagos Tourist Card of $20/person will also be pre-paid.

Cabins and Amenities

Cabins

Cabins are Standard, Standard Plus, or Junior Suites. They are air-conditioned cabins with lower beds and private facilities, two double or one matrimonial bed, triple accommodation, interconnecting doors specially suitable for families or friends traveling together, safety box, entertainment system with LCD TVs, hair dryer, special bedding in each category, updated furniture in each cabin, children’s dedicated pillow gift, 110-120 v.

Other

Dining room, bar, lounge area, sundeck

Family Specials

Children under 12 years old sharing cabin with full-fare paying guests 50% discount, 25% discount on holiday season.

Extras

Boat Specifications

Remodeled: 2005

Length: 131 ft / 39.7 m

Beam: 28 ft / 6.8 m

Speed: 10-12 knots

Crew of 10 + 3 naturalist guide / 4 decks / Arrives at Baltra Airport

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