Coral I & II Yachts

36 (I) & 20 (II) passengers

Key Features:

  • Fully air conditioned rooms
  • All rooms have private bathroom with hot water
  • Handsome decorations in teak wood
  • Ample sundecks and Jacuzzi on-board
  • Knowledgeable naturalist guide

Overview:

The sister ships Coral I and Coral II are the perfect combination of classic beauty and exquisite style.  Built in Germany and Holland respectively, each ship surpasses all the standards you would expect from a high-class yacht in order to make your cruise among the enchanted islands extraordinary. Every cabin features handsome wood decration, along with air-conditioning, a private bathroom, safe deposit box, telephone, and your choice of background music.  Additionally, the Corals have plenty of room to relax with three sundecks (some shaded), a Jacuzzi, comfortable dining room and lounge. To make sure that all the passengers for the Coral I and Coral II have the same experience, both yachts do the same itinerary. For this reason, passengers can be placed on either yacht.

CORAL I AND II – 2013 ITINERARIES

ITINERARY A – 4D/3N
Sun. AM Arrival in Baltra and transfer to boat
PM Santa Cruz: Fausto Llerena Breeding Center
Mon. AM Floreana: Cormorant Point / Devil’s Crown / Champion
PM Floreana: Post Office Bay
Tue. AM Española: Gardner Bay / Gardner Islet / Osborne Islet
PM Española: Suarez Point
Wed. AM Daphne Island and transfer to the airport
ITINERARY C – 4D/3N
Sun. AM Arrival in Baltra and transfer to boat
PM Santa Cruz: Fausto Llerena Breeding Center
Mon. AM Santa Fe Island
PM South Plazas Island
Tue. AM North Seymour Island
PM Santa Cruz: Bachas Beach
Wed. AM San Cristobal: Interpretation Center & Tijeretas Hill and transfer to the airport
ITINERARY B – 5D/4N
Wed. AM Arrival in Baltra and transfer to boat
PM Santa Cruz: Eden Islet / Whale Bay
Thu. AM Fernandina: Espinosa Point
PM Isabela: Tagus Cove
Fri. AM Isabela: Elizabeth Bay
PM Isabela: Urbina Bay
Sat. AM Santiago: Buccaneer Cove / Espumilla Beach
PM Santiago: Sullivan Bay
Sun. AM Santa Cruz: Highlands and transfer to the airport
ITINERARY D – 5D/4N
Wed. AM Arrival in San Cristobal airport
PM San Cristobal: Colorado Hill / Tortoise Reserve
Thu. AM San Cristobal: Witch Hill
PM San Cristobal: Pitt Point
Fri. AM Mosquera Islet
PM Bartholomew Island
Sat. AM Rabida Island
PM Santiago: Egas Port
Sun. AM Santa Cruz: Highlands and transfer to the airport

Please ask your trip advisor for information on 8-Day Cruise, 11, 12-Day & 15-Day Cruise itineraries for this boat. Since Coral I and Coral II do the same itinerary, passengers can be placed on either yacht.

Please note: Itineraries are unlikely to change significantly but are subject to change. Weather, wildlife breeding, instructions from the Galapagos National Park, specific abilities and interests of passengers as well as operational matters may cause your guide or captain to change the time or nature of visits. Your guide will always endeavor to select the best itinerary within these limits.

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Coral I Coral II
Year of rebuilt: 2005
Type: First Class Yacht
Length: 131 feet (40m) 79 feet (24m)
Beam: 28 feet (9m) 21 feet (6m)
Capacity: 36 passengers 20 passengers
Accommodation:
  • Sky Deck: 6 Junior Cabins
  • Earth Deck: 2 Junior Cabins
  • Sea Deck:
    • 8 Standar Plus Cabins
    • 2 Standar Cabins
  • Sky Deck: 4 Junior Cabins
  • Earth Deck: 2 Junior Cabins
  • Sea Deck:
    • 4 Standar Plus Cabins
    • 1 Standar Cabins
All cabins with private bathrooms, hot water and air conditioning
On Board: Spacious sun deck, buffet area, 2 separate social areas with a well stocked bar, TV and VCR room, stereo, and ice makers
Main engines: Two John Deere 6125SFM75 engines, each one of 610HP
Max speed: 14-17 knots / 10-12 knots
Crew: Captain, chef, sailors, and 1 naturalist guide
Safety & Navigation: Ecosounders, Radars EPIRB, VHF, UHF, ISM (International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention)

CORAL I & II – PRICES

HIGH SEASON
Description 8 days 5 days 4 days
Standard $3,145 $1,885 $1,435
Standard Plus $3,785 $2,275 $1,715
Junior Suite $4,585 $2,785 $2,085
Groups Standard Plus (min. 10 passengers) $3,585 $2,155 $1,615
Coral I Charter (36 passengers) $116,385 $69,895 $52,385
Coral II Charter (20 passengers) $67,545 $40,585 $30,495
LOW SEASON
Description 8 days 5 days 4 days
Standard $2,985 $1,785 $1,365
Standard Plus $3,585 $2,165 $1,625
Junior Suite $4,385 $2,645 $1,985
Groups Standard Plus (min. 10 passengers) $3,405 $2,045 $1,535
Coral I Charter (36 passengers) $110,585 $66,485 $49,895
Coral II Charter (20 passengers) $64,185 $38,595 $28,945
OPTIONAL
Description 11 or 12 days 15 days
Standard $3,985 $5,395
Standard Plus $4,885 $6,495
Junior Suite $5,965 $7,895
Groups Standard Plus (min. 10 passengers) $4,615 $6,175
Coral I Charter (36 passengers) $149,695 $200,195
Coral II Charter (20 passengers) $86,845 $116,095

* For the latest promotions on this boat and others, please click here. * All prices per person in US dollars. * Prices are subject to change without prior notice. Additional Information

  • Fuel Surchage:
    • 4 and 5 days Cruise – US$90.00 net per person
    • 8 days Cruise – US$180.00 net per person
    • 11 days Cruise – US$270.00 net per person
    • 12 days Cruise – US$360.00 net per person
    • 15 days Cruise (2013) – US$360.00 net per person
  • Single Supplement: 50%
  • Supplement for Christmas, New Year and Easter holidays (2013): 75%
  • Charter Surchage
  • High Season Supplements:
    • 4 and 5 days Cruise – US$50 net per cruise
    • 8 days Cruise – US$100 net per cruise
    • 11 days Cruise – US$150 net per cruise
    • 12 days Cruise – US$200 net per cruise
    • 15 days Cruise – US$250 net per cruise

Children Policy

  • Discount for children under 12 years old (2013): 50% for 1 child sharing the cabin with 2 adults.
  • Discount for children under 12 years old (2013): 25% for 1 child sharing the cabin with 1 adult.
Rates include:
  • 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

Not included:

  • $100 Galapagos National Park entrance fee
  • Galapagos Transit Control Card ($10)
  • Reduced air ticket Quito or Guayaquil to/from Galapagos (US$ 320 net per adult, children 50% discount). For logistics purposes and schedules of ships, air tickets to the Galapagos are automatically confirmed and sold with KT’s cruises to guarantee all the formalities and assistance required at mainland and Galapagos airports, transfer to port and dinghy ride to ship. If other flight is used, assistance cannot be provided on the way in or out. KT will not be responsible if passengers miss the cruise or flight.
  • Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Gratuities
  • Cancellation/medical insurance
  • Wet suits rental: US$ 25 net per person per each short cruise.
  • Fuel surcharge
  • Internet available US$ 15 net per hour or fraction.
  • Tips & personal expenses.
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