Coral I & Coral II

These two comfortable yachts, the Coral I & II, are sister yachts that travel in tandem. They both combine classic beauty and exquisite style with functionality and comfort. The décor is warm and pleasant with a mix of modern design and rich teak, shiny brass and plenty of space and comfort. Ample decks and social areas provide plenty of space to relax and enjoy.

Their four decks: Sea, Earth, Sky and Moon, provide your choice of cabin type and price, as well as social areas to enjoy, such as the sun and shadow decks, Jacuzzi, lounge, restaurant and bar, boutique, library, roofed terrace, hammocks, observatory, and more.

Cabins on 3 decks have two lower beds which can convert to double beds, private bath, large windows, air conditioning, phones, music, TV, safety deposit box. Many rooms can be interconnected, great for families. Excellent food & snacks, great attention to detail, and the best multi-lingual guides provide a wonderful personal and educational cruise experience. The Corals offer 4, 5, 8, 11, 12 & 15-day cruises. 


Departures: Sunday and Wednesday

4, 5 & 8 Days

Rates, per person, double cabin:

Coral 1 & 2

*11, 12 & 15 day cruises available upon request.  Please contact Andean Treks for more details. 

2018 RATES, Low Season (Jan 1-Apr 4; May 26-July 2; Aug 27-Oct 1, Nov 23-Dec 17) *See below for High Season Rates  

Cabin Type 4 Days-3 Nights, Sun-Wed   5 Days-4 Nights,Wed-Sun   8 Days-7 Nights, Wed &  Sun  
Standard $1,662 $2,215 $3,606
Standard Plus $2,058 $2,743 $4,465
Junior Suite $2,346 $3,128 $5,090
FUEL SURCHARGE: $53 $53 $103

*High Season Surcharge: 5% over the cabin rate per person, for following dates: Apr 5-May 25; Jul 3-Aug 26; Oct 2-Nov 22; Dec 18-31.

Complimentary shuttle service between Quito (from certain hotels only) or Guayaquil airports and Galapagos flights only.

ADDITIONAL FEES, payable in advance:

Internal Galapagos Airfare (from Quito or Guayaquil): $490-$550, adult fare, depending on the routing and the season, subject to change; children under 12: 50% discount

Galapagos Park Fee & Entry Card: $124 per person

Single Supplement: +50%; +75% Holiday Season

Triple occupancy: 25% discount for the 3rd person sharing the cabin with 2 full-fare paying guests.

Children’s discount: 50% ages 7 to under 12 sharing with full paying guests; 25% in Holiday Season

OPTIONAL EXTRAS, payable on board yacht + VAT (22%)

Wet suit rental: 4 or 5-day cruises $25; 8, 11, 12 day cruises $50; 15 Days $75

Kayak rental: $30/person per use; Internet: $32 for 10 minutes

Tipping is optional, but is expected. Suggested per day, per person $15 for crew; $10 for guide.

INCLUDED IN THE CRUISE RATE: Deluxe accommodation in double cabins with air-conditioning and private facilities; multilingual naturalist guides (1:16 passengers); all meals on board; welcome and farewell cocktails, BBQ, free coffee/tea 24-hour station; lectures and activities on board, baggage handling, transfers and dinghy rides to/from ports.

Sample 8-Day itinerary "A"


(For current and additional itineraries, please contact Andean Treks)



Day 1 Sunday

Morning: Baltra Island, arrival.

Our yacht staff meets you at the airport, then tranfers you to the dock. Board the yacht.

Afternoon: Santa Cruz Island: Charles Darwin Research Station

Observe the giant tortoises that are part of the reproduction program and the world's most famous tortoise, Lonesome George, the last surviving specimen of his species. 


Day 2 Monday

Morning: Santa Fe Island

Home to a number of endemic species including Galapagos Hawk, Galapagos Snake, rice rats, a variety of finches and one of the four species of Galapagos mockingbirds. Deep-water snorkeling.

Afternoon: South Plaza Island 

Observe land and marine iguanas, sea lions, blue-footed boobies and many other sea birds. Due to their proximity with marine iguanas, this is the only place on Earth where we will find the Galapagos hybrid iguana.


Day 3 Tuesday

Morning: Rabida Island

The volcano-formed beach is dark red and frequented by sea lions. This island is considered the geographic center of Galapagos because it has the most diverse volcanic rocks on the islands.

Afternoon: Santa Cruz Island: Bachas Beach 

Encounter sea birds, marine iguanas, sea turtles, Darwin's finches, mockingbirds and gulls, as well as interesting native and endemic vegetation. Opportunity to walk on the white sand beach that is one of the main nesting sites of sea turtles.


Day 4 Wednesday

Morning: Daphne Island

Daphne is a volcanic tuff cone, formed by successive explosions produced by the mixture of lava and water. Observe Darwin's finches, Blue-footed Boobies, Nazca Boobies, Red-billed Tropicbirds, Swallow-tailed Gulls, Brown Noddies.

Afternoon: Santa Cruz Island: Ballena Bay, Eden Islet

Beautiful green sand cove at the base of Dragon Hill. The beach contains a large amount of olivine crystals, the same that originate from volcanic materials. 


Day 5 Thursday

Morning: Isabela Island: The Wetlands, Muro de las Ligrinas, Breeding Center in Puerto Villamil

Tintoreras Islet: with a small bay of beguiling turquoise water we may find sea lions, marine iguanas, rays and reef sharks.

The Wetlands: lagoons where we can observe migratory birds.

Muro de las Ligrimas: of important historical interest, it was a penal colony from 1944 to 1959.

Tortoise breeding center: has the captive breeding programs for tortoises from the populations of southern Isabela.

Afternoon: Isabaela Island: Sierra Negra Volcano 

Considered to be the oldest on Isabela Island, its caldera is 10 km in diameter.


Day 6 Friday

Morning: Isabela Island: Moreno Point / Elizabeth Bay

Coastal lagoons amid black lava flows where there are several species of birds. It has a panoramic view of three volcanoes, the most active of the Galapagos: Sierra Negra, Cerro Azul of Isabela Island and La Cumbre.

Afternoon:  Isabela Island: Elizabeth Bay

Dinghy ride. Spot blue-footed boobies perched on the rocks flying overhead and diving in flocks after fish. Opportunity to see red and black mangroves where you may find sea turtles and small white-tipped sharks.


Day 7 Saturday

Morning: Isabela Island: Tagus Cove

Learn about the eruption of five volcanoes that formed this island. Admire a variety of seabirds, such as blue-footed booby, brown noddy, terns, flightless cormorant and depending on the season, a large number of Galapagos penguins.

Afternoon: Fernandina Island: Espinosa Point   

See the biggest marine iguanas mingling with sally-lightfoot crabs, as well as flightless cormorants nesting sites, Galapagos penguins and the "King" of predators on the islands, the Galapagos hawk.


Day 8: Sunday

Morning: Baltra Airport, depart for mainland flights


Included in the Cruise rate: all meals on yacht, daily excursions led by experienced multi-lingual naturalist guides; transfers from airport in Galapagos to/from dock, welcome & farewell cocktails; free coffee/tea 24-hour station; snorkeling gear; hotel/airport shuttle servcie in Quito or Guayaquil from designated hotels for Galapagos flights.

Not included: Round-trip airfare (figured separately & prepaid); Galapagos Park Fee, Galapagos Transit Control Card & Fuel Surcharge (figured separately & prepaid); tips to guide & crew (suggested tips per person, per day: $15 for crew and $10 for guide); bottled and alcoholic beverages, personal expenses, medical services, laundry, trip insurance.

CORAL I:  36 passengers

Dimensions: Length: 130’ Beam: 27’

Type: motor-cruiser

Safety: meets or exceeds USA coast Guard Regulations

Crew: 8+ 3 naturalist guides

Cruising speed: 10-12 knots


CORAL II: 20 passengers

Dimensions: Length: 112’ Beam: 20.5’

Type: motor-cruiser

Safety: meets or exceeds USA coast Guard Regulations

Crew: 8+ 2 naturalist guides

Cruising speed: 10-12 knots 

Cabins are located on all 3 decks and all face the ocean. Each has 2 lower beds that can be converted to a Queen bed, individually controlled air conditioning, internal & long distance phone service, music, TV, safety box, private bathroom.

JUNIOR CABINS (Earth and Sky decks) 8 on Coral 1; 6 on Coral 2.

Average cabin area 128’square, panoramic windows, interconnected.

STANDARD PLUS CABINS (Sea Deck) 8 on Coral 1; 4 on Coral 2. Interconnected, 128’ square. Panoramic skylights.

STANDARD CABINS (Sea Deck) 2 on Coral 1; 1 on Coral 2. Cabins are 75’ square. Portholes.

Quick Facts

  • 4, 5, 8, 11, 12 & 15 days
  • Coral I: 36 passengers, 130 ft. long
  • Coral II: 20 passengers, 112 ft. long
  • Departures: Wednesday and Sunday
  • Motor yacht
  • Naturalist cruises

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