Coral I & Coral II
Two small motor yachts offering family-friendly cruises with a nautical feel.
Coral I and II motor yachts offer cruises with a real nautical feel. The vessels carry 36 and 20 passengers respectively, but onboard facilities and the style of each yacht is pretty much the same. The size is perfect for anyone looking for a sociable and comfortable cruise without the anonymity you sometimes get on a larger cruise ship.
Décor is also very much inspired by the sea with gleaming teak panelling throughout, and fabrics and carpets are of a deep marine blue and gold. Passengers are accommodated in compact but bright cabins with lower berths, air-conditioning and en suite facilities with plenty of storage. We particularly recommend the Junior cabins, which have windows with panoramic views (the others have portholes). There are interconnected cabins for families.The spacious restaurant has large picture windows and the sun deck is furnished with loungers and a Jacuzzi.
The yachts are staffed by crew members and two English speaking naturalist guides, who conduct the landfall excursions during the cruise.
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