M/Y Coral I and II

Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

M/Y Coral I and II

The Coral I and II are first-class yachts accommodating 36 and 20 passengers.

The Coral I and II are sister ships, both decorated in a similar style, and offering a comparable service. They are first-class ships accommodating 36 passengers on the Coral I and 20 passengers on Coral II. Other than the size, there is relatively little difference between the two vessels; they have the same communal areas and are decorated in a similar fashion. Both are relaxed, comfortable yachts, with plenty of indoor and outdoor observation areas.

Coral I and II runs 4 itineraries:
4 days/3 nights – Central and northern islands
5 days/4 nights – Western islands
4 days/3 nights – Eastern islands
5 days/4 nights – Southern islands


M/Y Coral I offers eight junior suites, two of which are triple cabins. In addition, there are eight standard plus cabins and two standard cabins. The M/Y Coral II offers half the number of standard cabins.

The standard cabins on both vessels are slightly smaller than the standard plus and are only available on a twin share basis, whereas the standard plus are offered on a twin, double or triple share basis. The standard cabins have a port hole window, while most standard plus cabins have a full-size window. The junior suites are more spacious and have two large picture windows.


M/Y Coral I and M/Y Coral II has a crew of 11 and 9 respectively, plus 3 and 2 guides.


Bar and lounge
Sun deck
Outdoor dining area