4,5 Days
Group Size
ecuador - galapagos
Meeting Point
Baltra Airport
You'll need to have medium physical condition to walk and snorkel in the islands.


The sister ships Coral I and Coral II offers you a unique experience exploring Galapagos Islands. These two yachts are the perfect combination of classic beauty and exquisite style. With the capacity of 19 and 12, their cabins offer a sense of an intimate and private yacht experience. In small spaces, the service is more personalized and meeting fellow travelers are easy to share the experience of the trip.

All social areas are designed with style and comfort, as well as the cabins that include excellent amenities. Corals have plenty of room to relax with three sundecks (some shaded), a Jacuzzi, comfortable dining room and lounge.


  • Thrill and comfort are guaranteed on a more intimate expedition experience
  • Multiple cabin configurations, including twin, double and connecting cabins, suitable for families and friends traveling together.
  • All cabins include – air conditioning , lower twin or queen beds, safe deposit box, multimedia system.
  • Various onboard activities (lectures, briefings and night activities).
  • Handsome decorations in teak wood


  • All meals and activities throughout the cruise
  • Bilingual National Park Guide
  • Welcome & farewell cocktail
  • Water, 24 hour coffee station
  • Transfers in the islands
  • All excursions
  • Snorkeling Opportunities
  • Shared transfers from main hotels in Quito and in Guayaquil to airport for flights to / from Galapagos. *when domestic flights are purchased in combination with operator cruise. 


Not included

  • $100 Galapagos National Park entrance fee
  • $20 Transit Control Card
  • Alcoholic and soft beverages consumed onboard
  • Gratuities
  • Cancellation/medical insurance
  • Wet suits rental: US$ 25 net per person per each short cruise
  • Transparent Kayak Rental $ 40 each use per person
  • Tips & personal expenses
  • Travel Insurance (Mandatory for all passengers, it must be purchased before departing your country of origin)




Class First Class 
Year of construction2004
Capacity36 guests Coral I and 20 guests Coral II
Type Motor Yacht
Lenght131 feet / 40 meters
Beam 28 feet / 9 meters
Crew11 Crew members + 1 Cruise Director + 3 multilingual Naturalist
  • Earth Deck : Junior Suite: 2
  • Sky Deck : Junior Suite: 6
  • Sea Deck : Standard: 2 Standard Plus: 8
Max speed12 knots 



CORAL I & II RATES : 2023 
 4D / 3N5D / 4N8D / 7N
Standard PlusUS$2,212US$2,948US$4,702
Junior SuiteUS$2,522US$3,363US$5,360
What is the food like?

Throughout the adventure, you’ll be fueled by delicious local food, such as seafood with plenty of local fresh fruits. Lunch usually consists of soup, main dish and juice, a warm and filling meal after a big day of adventure.




Sunday Baltra AirportCarrion Point (Santa Cruz Island) 
Monday El Barranco (Genovesa Island) Darwin Bay (Genovesa Island) 
Tuesday RabidaBartholomew Island
WednesdaySanta Cruz Island – HighlandsTransfer to Baltra Airport




Wednesday Baltra AirportBlack Turtle Cove (Santa Cruz Island) 
Thursday Vicente Roca Point (Isabela Island) Espinosa Point (Fernandina Island) 
Friday Urbina Bay (Isabela Island) Tagus Cove (Isabela Island)
Saturday Egas Port (Santiago Island) Sullivan Bay (Santiago Island) 
Saturday Highlands Tortoise Reserve (Santa Cruz Island) Transfer to Baltra Airport  




Sunday Baltra AirportNorth Seymour
Monday Charles Darwin Research Station (Santa Cruz Island)Mosquera islet
Tuesday South PlazaSanta Fe Island
WednesdayLobos Island Transfer to San Cristobal Airport 




Wednesday San Cristobal AirportInterpretation Center / Frigatebird Hill (San Cristobal Island) 
Thursday Kicker Rock / Witch Hill (San Cristobal Island) Pitt Point (San Cristobal Island) 
Friday Suarez Point (Española Island) Gardner Bay (Española Island) 
Saturday Cormorant Point or Champion Islet (Floreana Island) Post Office Bay (Floreana Island) 
Saturday Santa Cruz Island – Highlands Transfer to Baltra Airport

What’s included:
  • Snorkeling equipment
What do I need to Bring?
  • Passport
  • Travel insurance
  • Airline tickets
  • Credit or debit card (see personal spending money)
  • Fleece top
  • Shirts/t-shirts
  • Pair of short
  • Pairs of long trousers
  • Pair hiking pants/track pants
  • Sport sandals
  • Watch or alarm clock,
  • Quick dry clothing
  • Rain coat
  • Waterproof binoculars,
  • Bug spray
  • Sun cream
  • Flashlight
  • Sun Hat
  • Waterproof camera if possible
  • Swimming suit
  • Waterproof backpack
  • Water bottle
  • Tennis shoes
  • Hiking shoes
  • Money belt
  • Sunglasses
  • First-aid kit (should contain lip salve, Aspirin, Band Aids, antihistamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea, rehydration powder, extra prescription drugs you may be taking.
Pre-Post Trip Accommodation

Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Twin/ Double) – USD 100 Per Night
Pre- post trip accommodation in Quito (Single) – USD 100 per Night


Private airport transfer – USD 38 per person

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How much should I tip?

Tips are not included in the trip cost. These are entirely at your discretion but there is an expectation to tip for good service. Your guide will help with advice; however, we suggest the below as a guideline per person.

Guides: USD 10- USD 15 per day

Of course, you are free to tip more or less, and the amount should be reflective of your perception of service and quality – a tip is not compulsory and should only be given when you receive excellent service.

What Do I Do about drinking water?

The tap water in the Galapagos Islands is not always friendly on the stomach for those who haven’t been in Latin America for a while. There is purified water in each of the accommodation which you can use to fill up each morning, so be sure to pack a reusable water bottle or two.

What’s the weather like?

The Galapagos Islands lie directly on the Equator, so you can expect it to be warm for most of the year. However, it’s not always tropical and Caribbean-like: wind and rain are definitely possible at certain times of year. It’s wise to know these weather patterns before planning your trip so you know when to visit and what to expect.

The hottest season is generally from December to April with average temperatures ranging from a low of 70 F to a high of 84 F (22 – 31 C). It’s also the rainy season.

May to November is considered the “cool” season with average temperatures ranging from a low of 68 F to a high of 82 F (19 – 27 C) and frequent overcast skies.

What vaccinations do I need?

For the Galapagos Islands, Covid vaccination is required.

What Travel Insurance do you recommend?

World Nomads Insurance with a coverage of USD 200 000

What is the currency?

US American Dollars

What is the minimum age for this trip?

8 years old as a minimum age.

price per person:

USD 1,787.00

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