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Jumping on the beach
$1,662
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Galapagos with The Traveling School

4 Day Itinerary aboard Corals
  • Explore the Charles Darwin Station
  • Visit Mosquera Islet´s sea lions
  • Walk in South Plaza´s cactus forest
Activities: Hiking, Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level: Relaxed
Join us for an inspiring week of exploration in the Galapagos Islands alongside the rarely-viewed Traveling School student. This is an elusive and noteworthy teenage species acquiring global perspectives and specially adapted to engage in their native habitat. With a focus on wildlife viewing (sea …
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$6,668
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Islands Circumnavigation I

15 Day Itinerary aboard Corals
  • Visit the Charles Darwin Station
  • Snorkel & swim at Bartolome Island
  • Visit Mosquera Islet's sea lions
  • Hike across Española Island
Activities: Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level: Relaxed
Circumnavigate the Galapagos islands on this 15-day voyage. Take in the best the archipelago has to offer, visiting South Plaza, Floreana, Isabela, Santa Cruz, Genovesa, and many more! Wildlife viewing opportunities abound as you traverse the islands, snorkel in the crystal clear waters, or take a …
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Sea lions on beach in Rabida
$1,660
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North Central Islands

4 Day Itinerary aboard Corals
  • Visit the Charles Darwin Station
  • Explore Dragon Hill´s wildlife
  • Snorkel & swim at Bartolome Island
Activities: Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level: Relaxed
Enjoy the highlights of Baltra and Santa Cruz on this incredible 4-day adventure. There is an endless list of activities to make this a very memorable trip. Snorkel in crystalline waters, roam picturesque volcanic landscapes, and observe fascinating native wildlife as you cruise through the …
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See Blue-footed Boobies on your trip to the Galapagos
$3,605
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Northeast and Southeast Islands

8 Day Itinerary aboard Corals
  • Visit Mosquera Islet's sea lions
  • Walk in South Plaza's cactus forest
  • Swim and snorkel at Devil's Crown
  • Hike across Española Island
Activities: Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level: Relaxed
Enjoy this 8-day cruise through the north and south islands of the Galapagos, covering some of the most beautiful islands including Santa Cruz, South Plaza, San Cristobal, Española and Floreana. Swarming with wildlife, volcanic wonders, and breathtaking landscapes, the islands of the …
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Marine Iguana with ship
$1,660
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Northeast Islands

4 Day Itinerary aboard Corals
  • Explore the Charles Darwin Station
  • Visit Mosquera Islet´s sea lions
  • Walk in South Plaza´s cactus forest
Activities: Hiking, Small Ship Cruise, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level: Relaxed
Tour the highlights of the northeast islands of the Galapagos on this 4-day adventure. Enjoy the picturesque landscapes while making your way across unique volcanic landscapes. Be entertained by the antics of friendly sea lions, get up close and personal with the incredible giant tortoises, and …
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Green sea turtle swimming
$3,605
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Northern Islands

8 Day Itinerary aboard Corals
  • Visit the Charles Darwin Station
  • Kayak and stand up paddle board
  • Explore Dragon Hill´s wildlife
  • Snorkel & swim at Bartolome Island
Activities: Kayaking, Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Stand Up Paddle Board, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level: Relaxed
Embark on this exciting 8-day cruise of the amazing and incredible north islands of the Galapagos. Highlights of the west include beautiful Santa Cruz, wildlife-rich Isabela, cliff-laden Fernandina, and the amazing black beaches of Santiago. Enjoy the company of friendly sea lions while snorkeling …
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Devil's Crown Galapagos
$2,215
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South East Islands

5 Day Itinerary aboard Corals
  • Visit Cerro Brujo´s lava formations
  • Hike across Española Island
  • Swim and snorkel at Devil´s Crown
Activities: Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level: Relaxed
This cruise allows you to experience more than just the highlights of the Galapagos' southeast islands. Take a 5-day adventure and travel from beautiful San Cristobal to Española, Floreana, and Santa Cruz. Encounter giant tortoises, snorkel in the crystalline waters ,and view colorful …
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Kayak on a beach in the galapagos
$2,215
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Western Islands

5 Day Itinerary aboard Corals
  • Snorkel at Ballena Bay
  • Meet Fernandina's endemic species
  • Land on Urbina's black beach
  • Explore Santiago's shores
Activities: Kayaking, Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level: Relaxed
Enjoy this 5-day cruise through the western islands of the Galapagos. Get ready to see an abundance of unique wildlife including flamingos, frigatebirds, iguanas, and enjoy some friendly interaction with the island's playful sea lions. Highlights of the west include beautiful Santa Cruz, …
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Sea Lion resting on Red Sesuvium
$3,605
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Western Islands

8 Day Itinerary aboard Corals
  • Discover Vicente Roca Point
  • Take a dinghy ride along Isabela
  • Explore the volcanic Urbina Bay
  • Visit Santa Fe's sea lion colonies
Activities: Small Ship Cruise, Snorkeling, Wildlife Viewing
Activity Level: Relaxed
Prepare for a unique 8-day cruise uncovering the natural wonders of the western islands of the Galapagos and experience a unique blend of activities that makes this the most memorable vacation of your life. Understand the island's incredible history, encounter an abundance of unique wildlife, …
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2016
EmbarksDays 
Dec 114North Central Islands
Dec 118Western Islands
Dec 118Northern Islands
Dec 1115Islands Circumnavigation I
Dec 145Western Islands
Dec 188Northeast and Southeast Islands
Dec 184Northeast Islands
Dec 215South East Islands
Dec 254North Central Islands
Dec 2515Islands Circumnavigation I
Dec 258Northern Islands
Dec 288Western Islands
Dec 285Western Islands
2017
EmbarksDays 
Jan 014Northeast Islands
Jan 018Northeast and Southeast Islands
Jan 045South East Islands
Jan 084North Central Islands
Jan 088Western Islands
Jan 088Northern Islands
Jan 0815Islands Circumnavigation I
Jan 115Western Islands
Jan 154Northeast Islands
Jan 158Northeast and Southeast Islands
Jan 185South East Islands
Jan 224North Central Islands
Jan 228Western Islands
Jan 228Northern Islands
Jan 2215Islands Circumnavigation I
Jan 255Western Islands
Jan 294Northeast Islands
Jan 298Northeast and Southeast Islands
Feb 015South East Islands
Feb 0515Islands Circumnavigation I
Feb 054North Central Islands
Feb 058Western Islands
Feb 058Northern Islands
Feb 085Western Islands
Feb 124Northeast Islands
Feb 128Northeast and Southeast Islands
Feb 155South East Islands
Feb 1915Islands Circumnavigation I
Feb 194North Central Islands
Feb 198Western Islands
Feb 198Northern Islands
Feb 225Western Islands
Feb 264Northeast Islands
Feb 268Northeast and Southeast Islands
Mar 015South East Islands
Mar 0515Islands Circumnavigation I
Mar 054North Central Islands
Mar 058Western Islands
Mar 058Northern Islands
Mar 085Western Islands
Mar 124Galapagos with The Traveling School
Mar 124Northeast Islands
Mar 128Northeast and Southeast Islands
Mar 155South East Islands
Mar 1915Islands Circumnavigation I
Mar 194North Central Islands
Mar 198Western Islands
Mar 198Northern Islands
Mar 225Western Islands
Mar 264Northeast Islands
Mar 268Northeast and Southeast Islands
Mar 295South East Islands
Apr 0215Islands Circumnavigation I
Apr 024North Central Islands
Apr 028Western Islands
Apr 028Northern Islands
Apr 055Western Islands
Apr 094Northeast Islands
Apr 098Northeast and Southeast Islands
Apr 125South East Islands
Apr 168Northern Islands
Apr 1615Islands Circumnavigation I
Apr 164North Central Islands
Apr 168Western Islands
Apr 195Western Islands
Apr 238Northeast and Southeast Islands
Apr 234Northeast Islands
Apr 265South East Islands
Apr 3015Islands Circumnavigation I
Apr 304North Central Islands
Apr 308Western Islands
Apr 308Northern Islands
May 035Western Islands
May 078Northeast and Southeast Islands
May 074Northeast Islands
May 105South East Islands
May 1415Islands Circumnavigation I
May 144North Central Islands
May 148Western Islands
May 148Northern Islands
May 175Western Islands
May 218Northeast and Southeast Islands
May 214Northeast Islands
May 245South East Islands
May 2815Islands Circumnavigation I
May 284North Central Islands
May 288Western Islands
May 288Northern Islands
May 315Western Islands
Jun 044Northeast Islands
Jun 048Northeast and Southeast Islands
Jun 075South East Islands
Jun 1115Islands Circumnavigation I
Jun 114North Central Islands
Jun 118Western Islands
Jun 118Northern Islands
Jun 145Western Islands
Jun 184Northeast Islands
Jun 188Northeast and Southeast Islands
Jun 215South East Islands
Jun 258Northern Islands
Jun 2515Islands Circumnavigation I
Jun 254North Central Islands
Jun 258Western Islands
Jun 285Western Islands
Jul 024Northeast Islands
Jul 028Northeast and Southeast Islands
Jul 055South East Islands
Jul 098Western Islands
Jul 098Northern Islands
Jul 0915Islands Circumnavigation I
Jul 094North Central Islands
Jul 125Western Islands
Jul 164Northeast Islands
Jul 168Northeast and Southeast Islands
Jul 195South East Islands
Jul 234North Central Islands
Jul 238Western Islands
Jul 238Northern Islands
Jul 2315Islands Circumnavigation I
Jul 265Western Islands
Jul 304Northeast Islands
Jul 308Northeast and Southeast Islands
Aug 025South East Islands
Aug 064North Central Islands
Aug 068Western Islands
Aug 068Northern Islands
Aug 0615Islands Circumnavigation I
Aug 095Western Islands
Aug 134Northeast Islands
Aug 138Northeast and Southeast Islands
Aug 165South East Islands
Aug 204North Central Islands
Aug 208Western Islands
Aug 208Northern Islands
Aug 2015Islands Circumnavigation I
Aug 235Western Islands
Aug 274Northeast Islands
Aug 278Northeast and Southeast Islands
Aug 305South East Islands
Sep 034North Central Islands
Sep 038Western Islands
Sep 038Northern Islands
Sep 0315Islands Circumnavigation I
Sep 065Western Islands
Sep 104Northeast Islands
Sep 108Northeast and Southeast Islands
Sep 135South East Islands
Sep 174North Central Islands
Sep 178Western Islands
Sep 178Northern Islands
Sep 1715Islands Circumnavigation I
Sep 205Western Islands
Sep 244Northeast Islands
Sep 248Northeast and Southeast Islands
Sep 275South East Islands
Oct 0115Islands Circumnavigation I
Oct 014North Central Islands
Oct 018Western Islands
Oct 018Northern Islands
Oct 045Western Islands
Oct 084Northeast Islands
Oct 088Northeast and Southeast Islands
Oct 115South East Islands
Oct 1515Islands Circumnavigation I
Oct 154North Central Islands
Oct 158Western Islands
Oct 158Northern Islands
Oct 185Western Islands
Oct 224Northeast Islands
Oct 228Northeast and Southeast Islands
Oct 255South East Islands
Oct 2915Islands Circumnavigation I
Oct 294North Central Islands
Oct 298Western Islands
Oct 298Northern Islands
Nov 015Western Islands
Nov 054Northeast Islands
Nov 058Northeast and Southeast Islands
Nov 085South East Islands
Nov 1215Islands Circumnavigation I
Nov 124North Central Islands
Nov 128Western Islands
Nov 128Northern Islands
Nov 155Western Islands
Nov 194Northeast Islands
Nov 198Northeast and Southeast Islands
Nov 225South East Islands
Nov 2615Islands Circumnavigation I
Nov 264North Central Islands
Nov 268Western Islands
Nov 268Northern Islands
Nov 295Western Islands
Dec 038Northeast and Southeast Islands
Dec 034Northeast Islands
Dec 065South East Islands
Dec 1015Islands Circumnavigation I
Dec 104North Central Islands
Dec 108Western Islands
Dec 108Northern Islands
Dec 135Western Islands
Dec 174Northeast Islands
Dec 178Northeast and Southeast Islands
Dec 205South East Islands
Dec 244North Central Islands
Dec 248Northern Islands
Dec 2415Islands Circumnavigation I
Dec 248Western Islands
Dec 278Western Islands
Dec 275Western Islands
Dec 314Northeast Islands
Dec 318Northeast and Southeast Islands
Passengers: 36
Ship Type: Motor Yacht

The Corals are unique and functional luxury yachts, a perfect combination of classic beauty and exquisite style. The materials used in their decoration convey a pleasing sensation of warmth and comfort that will transport you automatically into a marine environment. You will be a part of nature thanks to the ample panoramic windows. Every single detail has been taken into consideration to make your stay on board unique and unforgettable. The jacuzzi, sun and shadow decks will give you a perfect space to relax. The social areas and the bar will be a place to enjoy.

Cabins & Accommodations
The elegance and comfort of the guest cabins are unrivaled. Each cabin has a full private bath and is handsomely decorated with deep wooden fixtures. All cabins on both Coral I and Coral II are sea view cabins with the following general features:
- Lower twin beds or a double bed. Two triple cabins are available with one twin and one double bed.
- Private en-suite bath facilities.
- Air conditioning.
- Phone service for internal, local and international calls.
- LCD TV with five channels and music.
- Safety deposit box.

Junior Cabin:
Eight are available on the Coral I and six are available on the Coral II. The Junior cabins offer two triple cabins which feature one twin and one double bed, all other cabins feature either one double or two twin beds. Panoramic windows offer sweeping views of the Galapagos archipelago. Located on the Earth and Sky decks.

Standard Plus Cabin:
Eight are available on the Coral I and four are available on the Coral II. Panoramic skylights offer plenty of light, and feature either one double bed or two twin beds. Located on the Sea Deck.

Standard Cabin:
Slightly smaller than the Standard Plus cabin, there are two located on the Coral I and one on the Coral II. Panoramic skylights offer plenty of light, and feature two twin beds. Located on the Sea Deck.

The Coral I
The Coral I is a beautiful spacious 18-cabin motor yacht designed with dark teakwood and bronze finishes. Amongst the finest yachts in Galapagos, the Coral I offers her 36 passengers great comfort yet her unique design and small size allow for an intimate experience.

In the eye-catching lounge with its great picture windows, passengers gather for briefings and lectures on the next day´s activities and to discuss the day´s sights, or simply to take it easy, drink in hand.

The beautifully-appointed dining room offers superb buffet meals. While dining guests enjoy the numerous picture windows so you will never be cut off from the outside world. Guests can retire to the bar area with its books, games and music, or make their way to the upper decks for some unparalleled star gazing.

To relax in the sun or even bathe in the whirlpool, head to the Coral I´s outside decks, where the natural wonders of the Galapagos can be enjoyed from a whole different perspective, whether by the handrail of her decks, the comfort of a sun-lounger or from the balcony at the bow. There´s a space for everyone on this deceptively large yacht.

The Coral II
The Coral II is a landmark 11-cabin yacht, styled in an era of eye-catching design, a beautiful blend of form and function. She boasts romantic and cozy living areas, intimate and modish dining, sleek and seductive outside decks. Her amenities and outstanding service make her the ideal yacht for experiencing the marvels of the Islands.

Accommodating 20 passengers, the Coral II is ideal for those who want to discover the islands with privacy, intimacy and supreme comfort. Her excellent cruising speed means more time for visiting the islands and enjoying activities, while her small size means less time organizing shore visits.

The Coral II's social areas are all you could wish for in a small yacht. The lounge is spacious, decorated with marine fabrics, with stunning picture windows giving panoramic views of the islands and their wildlife. Comfy couches are ideal places to catch up on some reading, or catch forty winks.

The yacht´s open area at the bow is a wonderful place to spot dolphins playing in the bow waves or whales breaking the surface in the distance. There are also comfortable sofas, as well as a top deck ideal for star gazing or sunbathing by day.
A standard cabin aboard the Corals
Standard Cabin
Two on Coral I and one on Coral II. Panoramic skylights, located on the Sea Deck. Average area of 97 sq ft.
A Standard Plus cabin aboard the corals
Standard Plus Cabins
Eight on Coral I and four on Coral II. Panoramic skylights, located on the Sea Deck. Average size 118 sq ft.
A Junior Cabin
Junior Cabins
Eight on Coral I and six on Coral II. Two triple cabins available. Panoramic windows, located on Earth & Sky Decks. Average size 129 sq ft.
Deck plan of the Corals
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