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M/Y Coral I, along with a European design and modern shape offers more space, comfort, security than any other naturalist cruise for 36 passengers. It is an attractive an functional mid size (mega yacht), perfect for intimate experience when cruising the islands.

The M/Y Coral II is an elegant, classic and charming Mega Yacht for 20 passengers. It is perfect for explorers who want to feel the islands with privacy and supreme comfort, its cruising speed allows to have less time in traveling and more time on visiting the islands.



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M/Y Coral I,Features 18 double exterior cabins, all of them are equiped with lower beds, air conditioning, TV, music, and private bathroom, main lounge with a well stocked bar, as well as cozy sofas, TV, DVD and stereo, an ample dining room, sun decks and Jacuzzi.

The M/Y Coral II,Features cabins with: air conditioning, background music, telephone, closets, safe private bathroom, an ample lounge with a classic marine decoration: large windows, comfortable couches to read, sleep or relax, bar , sun deck.
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Technical Specifications

  • Length:118 feet (36m)
  • Beam:23 feet (6,8 m)
  • Capacity:Coral I: 36 Passengers Coral II: 20 passengers
  • Accommodation: Coral I: 18 double cabins. Coral II: 10 double cabins
  • All cabins with private bathroom and hot shower
  • On Board: spacious sun deck, buffet area, 2 separate social areas with a well stocked bar, TV and VCR room, stereo, and ice makers
  • Speed: Coral I : 17 knots Coral II: 12 knots

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Itinerary A
Sunday Baltra Airport 
Santa Cruz Is.: Charles Darwin Station
Monday Floreana Is: Champion Islet – Devil’s Crown – Post Office Bay
Cormorant Point 
Tuesday Española Is: Gardner Bay - Gardner & Osborn Islets
Suarez Point
Wednesday Daphne circumnavigation 
Baltra airport


Itinerary C
Sunday Baltra Airport 
Santa Cruz Is.: Charles Darwin Station
Monday Santa Fe Island
South Plaza Island
Tuesday North Seymour Island
Santa Cruz Is: Bachas Beach
Wednesday San CristobaCacl Is.: Interpretation Center – Tijeretas Hill


Itinerary A 5D/4N  
Wednesday Baltra Airport
Santa Cruz Island: Edan Islet or Whale Bay
Thursday Isabela Is: Vicente Roca Point
Fernandina Is: Espinoza Point
Friday Isabela Is.: Urbina Bay
Tagus Cove
Saturday Santiago Is: Salt Mines – Egas Port
Sullivan Bay
Sunday Santa Cruz Is: Highlands


Itinerary D 
Wednesday San Cristobal Airport 
San Cristobal Is: Red Hill Tortoise Reserve

San Cristobal Is: Witch Hill
Pitt Point

Friday Mosquera Islet
Bartholome Island
Saturday Rabida Island
Chinese Hat Islet
Sunday Santa Cruz Is: Highlands
Baltra Airport


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 US$ 450.00 neto por persona.
  • Single Supplemen: 50%, Christmas, New Year and Easter holidays 80% supplement will be enforced.
  • 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:

Children under 12 years old, 25% discount sharing the cabin with 2 adults. Additional discounts and benefits subject to availability.

Rates include:

  • All meals and activities throughout the cruise
  • Bilingual National Park Guide
  • Welcome & farewell cocktail
  • Water, 24 hour coffee station

Not included:

  • $100 Galapagos National Park entrance fee
  • Galapagos Transit Control Card ($20)
  • Reduced Air Ticket Quito or Guayaquil to/from Galapagos (US$ 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
  • Snorkeling gear (mask, snorkel and fins)
  • 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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