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Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II)

A short trip through the Galapagos islands for those of you with limited time this is a great cruise for you.

Española, the oldest island in the archipelago, is a prime sanctuary of birds. The dramatic setting among the black cliffs, the never-ending crashing of the waves below; the elaborate courtship rituals of the Galapagos albatross is one of the most beautiful scenes; it is the beginning of a life-long love story.

30 January, 2019 to 03 February, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 30 January, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
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Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
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Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
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13 February, 2019 to 17 February, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 13 February, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
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27 February, 2019 to 03 March, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 27 February, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
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13 March, 2019 to 17 March, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 13 March, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
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27 March, 2019 to 31 March, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 27 March, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
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10 April, 2019 to 14 April, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 10 April, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
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08 May, 2019 to 12 May, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 08 May, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
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22 May, 2019 to 26 May, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 22 May, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
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05 June, 2019 to 09 June, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 05 June, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
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19 June, 2019 to 23 June, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 19 June, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
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03 July, 2019 to 07 July, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 03 July, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
view cabin photo
17 July, 2019 to 21 July, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 17 July, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
view cabin photo
31 July, 2019 to 04 August, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 31 July, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
view cabin photo
14 August, 2019 to 18 August, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 14 August, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
view cabin photo
28 August, 2019 to 01 September, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 28 August, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
view cabin photo
11 September, 2019 to 15 September, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 11 September, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
view cabin photo
25 September, 2019 to 29 September, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 25 September, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
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09 October, 2019 to 13 October, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 09 October, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
view cabin photo
23 October, 2019 to 27 October, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 23 October, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
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06 November, 2019 to 10 November, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 06 November, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
view cabin photo
20 November, 2019 to 24 November, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 20 November, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
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04 December, 2019 to 08 December, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 04 December, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1861 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2305 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Junior Cabin £ 2629 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
view cabin photo
18 December, 2019 to 22 December, 2019 Make a booking request for Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II), departing on 18 December, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Standard Cabin £ 1954 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
2 cabins in the Coral I and 1 cabin in the Coral II, measuring an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2 General Specifications Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
view cabin photo
Stanard Plus Cabin £ 2420 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 cabins in the Coral I and 4 cabins in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications Double & Triple options available. Located on the Sea Deck. Portholes.
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Junior Cabin £ 2760 GBP pp (+ Flights to & from the islands. From 500 USD pp)
8 in the Coral I and 7 in the Coral II, measuring an average of 12 m2 / 128 ft2 General Specifications 3 triple: 2 in Coral I, 1 in Coral II with an extra bed. Picture windows. Located on the Earth and Sky Decks. 8 Interconnected. Average area of 12 m2 / 129 ft2.
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Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II) itinerary:

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Day 1 San Cristobal Airport & Interpretation Center & Tijeretas Hill (San Cristobal Island)
Departure from Quito or Guayaquil to San Cristobal (2 1/2 hours flight). Arriving in Galapagos, passengers are picked up at the airport by our naturalist guides and taken to the pier to board the M/Y Coral I or M/Y Coral II. Dry landing. The interpretation center is full of interesting information and offers the perfect overview to the formation of Galapagos, its significance in the world, threats and conservation efforts. Followed by a hike to Frigatebird Hill (Cerro Tijeretas) we will have great looks at both species of frigatebird, with the bonus of a beautiful view of the bay below.
Day 2 Cerro Brujo & Punta Pitt & Islet (San Cristobal Island)
Wet landing. From our pangas, as we head to shore, we are first humbled by the immensity of the stunning cliffs of “Sorcerer’s Hill”. We can enjoy simply sharing the beach with sea lions, snorkeling from shore or take a walk to a hidden lagoon where we might spot black-necked stilts, ruddy turnstones, whimbrels and white-cheeked pintails. Wet landing. Sea lions will greet us as we land on the beach and prepare for our climb to a high point on the steep eroded tuff cone. This is the only place in the islands where we will enjoy the chance to see all three of the booby species in the same place. The red-foots will be perched on the Cordia lutea and small trees, the Nazca’s on the ground near the cliff edge while the blue-foots will be a little further inland. Frigatebirds will be all around and the views are breathtaking.
Day 3 Punta Suarez & Gardner Bay, Osborn or Gardner Islets (Espanola Island)
Dry landing. One of the highlight visits of the trip. Punta Suarez seems to have everything – a naturalistís paradise. A slew of marine iguanas and sea lions greet us at the landing site from where our walk continues with close encounters of boobies, endemic lizards, gulls and even a dramatic blowhole. The oldest extant island in the archipelago it is our only opportunity to commune with the endemic waved albatross during their breeding season between April and December. With luck, we can watch their complex courtship display. Wet landing. One of the most stunning beaches in all of Galapagos. The long, white, sandy beach, lapped by turquoise waters is home to a colony of Galapagos sea lions, indifferent to the humans that walk amongst them. The Hood mockingbirds, endemic to this particular island, will be eager to inspect the visitors and satisfy their innate curiosity. Darwinís finches may also join the throng including the reclusive warbler finch. We can also snorkel here from the beach, in the shallows of the bay.
Day 4 Punta Cormoran/ Devil’s Crown/Champion & Post Office (Floreana Island)
Wet landing. On arriving, the observant visitor will notice that olivine, a volcanic crystal, has proffered a subtle green hue on the dark beach. Our walk takes us past island-endemic Scalesia plants to a large, shallow, lagoon often inhabited by a variable number of shockingly pink greater flamingoes. We continue through a forest of palo santo trees to arrive at a powdery white beach, a nesting area of green turtles. As we paddle barefoot in the shallow water we will spot diamond stingrays and white-tipped reef sharks.This coral-sand beach marks the end of our trail, and we head back to the olivine beach we landed on, to swim or snorkel amongst sea turtles, reef fish, sea lions and, on a good day, white-tipped reef sharks. A small colony of penguins resides on Floreana and can sometimes be observed as well. One of the favorite snorkeling sites in the islands. Devil’s Crown, an eroded volcanic cone, is home to an abundance of fish and marine animals. We will swim with big schools of yellow-tailed surgeonfish, salemas and creole fish and with luck may spot turtles, spotted eagle rays, parrotfish, and even hammerhead sharks! The jagged ëcrowní is a roosting area for boobies, noddies, tropicbirds, and frigates. A truly magical place to snorkel. We would expect to see here green turtles, harmless white-tipped reef sharks, an impressive diversity and abundance of fish as well as some playful sea lions often approaching very close, itching to show off their prowess in the water. Champion Islet also happens to be the last remaining home of the island-endemic Floreana mockingbird which we may be lucky enough to see from our pangas. Wet landing. A very short walk from the beach leads us to the famous Post Office Barrel. Claimed to have been the first set up in 1793 by Captain James Colnett it remains the oldest functioning ëpost officeí in the Pacific. The system was that whalers and fur-sealers would leave addressed letters in the barrel to be picked up by homeward bound colleagues. In the spirit of maintaining tradition visitors, today will often take letters and hand-deliver them in their home countries.
Day 5 Highlands Tortoise Reserve (Santa Cruz Island) & Baltra Island Airport
Dry landing. In the central highlands of Santa Cruz Island, we have our best opportunity to interact at close quarters with totally wild, Galapagos giant tortoises. A short walk among these huge, 600lb, reptiles will also offer the chance for more highland species, especially several species of the famed finches. After the visit, passengers will be transferred to the airport for their return flight to Guayaquil or Quito.
Please Note:
We reserve the right to change itineraries without prior notice if considered appropriate due to National Park rules, force majeure or any consideration at Captain’s discretion, without being liable for refunds of any kind.

Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II) reverse itinerary:

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We reserve the right to change itineraries without prior notice if considered appropriate due to National Park rules, force majeure or any consideration at Captain’s discretion, without being liable for refunds of any kind.
Dry landing. In the central highlands of Santa Cruz Island, we have our best opportunity to interact at close quarters with totally wild, Galapagos giant tortoises. A short walk among these huge, 600lb, reptiles will also offer the chance for more highland species, especially several species of the famed finches. After the visit, passengers will be transferred to the airport for their return flight to Guayaquil or Quito.
Wet landing. On arriving, the observant visitor will notice that olivine, a volcanic crystal, has proffered a subtle green hue on the dark beach. Our walk takes us past island-endemic Scalesia plants to a large, shallow, lagoon often inhabited by a variable number of shockingly pink greater flamingoes. We continue through a forest of palo santo trees to arrive at a powdery white beach, a nesting area of green turtles. As we paddle barefoot in the shallow water we will spot diamond stingrays and white-tipped reef sharks.This coral-sand beach marks the end of our trail, and we head back to the olivine beach we landed on, to swim or snorkel amongst sea turtles, reef fish, sea lions and, on a good day, white-tipped reef sharks. A small colony of penguins resides on Floreana and can sometimes be observed as well. One of the favorite snorkeling sites in the islands. Devil’s Crown, an eroded volcanic cone, is home to an abundance of fish and marine animals. We will swim with big schools of yellow-tailed surgeonfish, salemas and creole fish and with luck may spot turtles, spotted eagle rays, parrotfish, and even hammerhead sharks! The jagged ëcrowní is a roosting area for boobies, noddies, tropicbirds, and frigates. A truly magical place to snorkel. We would expect to see here green turtles, harmless white-tipped reef sharks, an impressive diversity and abundance of fish as well as some playful sea lions often approaching very close, itching to show off their prowess in the water. Champion Islet also happens to be the last remaining home of the island-endemic Floreana mockingbird which we may be lucky enough to see from our pangas. Wet landing. A very short walk from the beach leads us to the famous Post Office Barrel. Claimed to have been the first set up in 1793 by Captain James Colnett it remains the oldest functioning ëpost officeí in the Pacific. The system was that whalers and fur-sealers would leave addressed letters in the barrel to be picked up by homeward bound colleagues. In the spirit of maintaining tradition visitors, today will often take letters and hand-deliver them in their home countries.
Dry landing. One of the highlight visits of the trip. Punta Suarez seems to have everything – a naturalistís paradise. A slew of marine iguanas and sea lions greet us at the landing site from where our walk continues with close encounters of boobies, endemic lizards, gulls and even a dramatic blowhole. The oldest extant island in the archipelago it is our only opportunity to commune with the endemic waved albatross during their breeding season between April and December. With luck, we can watch their complex courtship display. Wet landing. One of the most stunning beaches in all of Galapagos. The long, white, sandy beach, lapped by turquoise waters is home to a colony of Galapagos sea lions, indifferent to the humans that walk amongst them. The Hood mockingbirds, endemic to this particular island, will be eager to inspect the visitors and satisfy their innate curiosity. Darwinís finches may also join the throng including the reclusive warbler finch. We can also snorkel here from the beach, in the shallows of the bay.
Wet landing. From our pangas, as we head to shore, we are first humbled by the immensity of the stunning cliffs of “Sorcerer’s Hill”. We can enjoy simply sharing the beach with sea lions, snorkeling from shore or take a walk to a hidden lagoon where we might spot black-necked stilts, ruddy turnstones, whimbrels and white-cheeked pintails. Wet landing. Sea lions will greet us as we land on the beach and prepare for our climb to a high point on the steep eroded tuff cone. This is the only place in the islands where we will enjoy the chance to see all three of the booby species in the same place. The red-foots will be perched on the Cordia lutea and small trees, the Nazca’s on the ground near the cliff edge while the blue-foots will be a little further inland. Frigatebirds will be all around and the views are breathtaking.
Departure from Quito or Guayaquil to San Cristobal (2 1/2 hours flight). Arriving in Galapagos, passengers are picked up at the airport by our naturalist guides and taken to the pier to board the M/Y Coral I or M/Y Coral II. Dry landing. The interpretation center is full of interesting information and offers the perfect overview to the formation of Galapagos, its significance in the world, threats and conservation efforts. Followed by a hike to Frigatebird Hill (Cerro Tijeretas) we will have great looks at both species of frigatebird, with the bonus of a beautiful view of the bay below.
* = Indicative
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Coral I & II , the ship servicing Galapagos South Cruise D (Coral I & II)

Coral I & II

Vessel Type: Yachts

Length: 40m & 24m

Passenger Capacity: 36 & 20

Built:2005

The sister ships Coral I and Coral II are the perfect combination of classic beauty and exquisite style.

Built in Germany and Holland respectively, each ship surpasses all the standards you would expect from a high-class yacht in order to make your cruise among the enchanted islands extraordinary.

Every cabin features handsome wood decration, along with air-conditioning, a private bathroom, safe deposit box, telephone, and your choice of background music.  Additionally, the Corals have plenty of room to relax with three sundecks (some shaded), a Jacuzzi, comfortable dining room and lounge.

To make sure that all the passengers for the Coral I and Coral II have the same experience, both yachts do the same itinerary. For this reason, passengers can be placed on either yacht.

• Enjoy full board, two daily guided excursions with optional activities such as snorkeling, kayaking, dinghy rides and our new feature daily diving tours for license-holding divers

• Learn about the history of the islands, San Cristobal mockingbird

• Enjoy beautiful white sand beaches

• Encounter a sea lion colony, 3 booby species and 2 of frigatebirds
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