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The M/Y Coral I & Coral II are spacious first-class motor yachts with capacity for 36 and 20 guests respectively. Both vessels boast ample social areas and experienced guides.
Destinations > Ecuador > M/Y Coral I & Coral II
Three nights cruise accommodation, meals as indicated, Galapagos Transit Control card, guided excursions with a naturalist guide and Galapagos transfers.
NOTE: Five and eight day itineraries are also available.
Amongst the finest yachts in the Galapagos, you'll enjoy the comfort and space of a small ship, combined with the intimacy of a yacht onboard M/Y Coral I & Coral II. Savour delicious cuisine, watch the local marine life from the observation deck or relax in the lounge. A truly special Galapagos experience.
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Unique wildlife and geology
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Arrive at Baltra Island and transfer to your vessel. This afternoon, visit the Fausto Llerena Breeding Centre. This station is only accesible to scientists. (L)(D)
Visit Mosquera Islet, home to a large colony of sea lions. This afternoon stop at North Seymour Island. Walk amidst large nesting colonies of blue-footed boobies and other birds. (B)(L)(D)
Walk through the cactus forest in search of the endemic Santa Fe land Iguana, the largest in the islands. See the large colony of smaller size land iguanas on Plaza Island. (B)(L)(D)
Disembark on San Cristobal Island and visit the Interpretation Centre before transferring to the airport for your return flight to the mainland. (B)
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