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Galapagos Coral II

Galapagos Coral II

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Coral II cruise, passengers

The new M/Y Coral II will be a modern yacht with capacity for 20 passengers.

The ample lounge with a classic marine decoration; large windows that allow our guests to have an amusing panoramic view of the islands and its wildlife; comfortable lounge couches to read, sleep or relax, give a different ambience and environment to live Charles' Darwin paradise.

The Coral II's layout is carefully planned; the dining room is right next door to the lounge, both surrounded with picture windows which allow you to enjoy your meal without missing anything outside.

The bar offers a tasteful variety of drinks and cocktails. The outside decks (in the front and on the top of the boat) are great places to relax and enjoy the views.

It is perfect for explorers who want to experience the islands with both privacy and supreme comfort; its cruising speed allows less time traveling and more time on visiting the islands

Category : Luxury
Built in : Germany
Speed : 12 Knots / 10 Knots cruises speed
Length : 30,50 mts.
Passengers : 20
Crew : 10 and 2 multilingual naturalistis guides
Life raft : 2 for 8 pax each; 1 unit for 20 pax
Classified : ISM-SOLAS
Fire Protection Systems : Sprinklers and Smoke Detectors
Electricity : 110/volts
Safety Equipment : Radars, Gyrocompass, Auto pilot, Visual Directions Finder, Echo Sounder, Radio, Telephony GMDSS Equipped.


M/Y Coral II will have 10 spacious cabins divided in three decks, 4 junior cabins on the sky deck, one on the earth deck, 4 Moon Cabins on Sea Deck and one Standard on Sea Deck.  Sky Deck will be shorten, to let the sun pass to the Jacuzzi, adding stairs to go up to the sun terrace.  This terrace is a new area located on the top deck, ideal for star gazing at night or sunbathing by day.

Moon Suites: These cabins have the best location on the yacht, direct access to the outside deck, and more space, comfort and privacy. Their twin beds can be put together or separated.  They have windows rather than portholes.

Superior Cabins: Teak finished in a "cosy style with a spacious feeling". They have portholes and twin beds that can be put together.

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