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Luxury CruisingIs it a state of mind?
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The M/Y Coral is a very small, yacht-like boat, but definitely not in the luxury market. It cruises the Galapagos and provides a mostly eco-tourism experience. The cabins are small, and very bare bones. Not many amenities or entertaiment is provided. A very casual experience, with emphasis on physically active itineraries. Not really for those who tend towards sea sickness as those very small boats aren't all that stabil
the trip we are thinking of taking is to the gallapos islands for 5 days on this ship. have you been on it? My friend does get sea sick, I would be fine.
how small are the cabins? do they have portholes?