CORAL YACHTS CABINS

The M/Y Coral I and the M/Y Coral II have a total of 18 and 11 cabins respectively. The Ocean View, air-conditioned cabins can accommodate twin beds or a full size bed with private facilities. Additionally, matrimonial, double or triple options are available. We have interconnecting doors suitable for families or friends traveling together. Each cabin includes: safe, entertainment system with LCD TVs, hair dryer, special bedding in each category, and remodeled furniture in each cabin. Our voltage is set for 110-220 volts/60 Hz.

Junior Cabin

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.

Standard Plus Cabin

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.

Standard Cabin

2 cabins in the Coral I, measuring
an average of 7 m2 / 75ft2

General Specifications

  • Located on the Sea Deck.
  • Portholes.
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