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Ships

DELFIN III

Year Built: 

2015

Guests Accomodated: 

16

Size:

115 FT

The luxury 16-guest Petrel catamaran offers a first-class way to cruise the magical archipelago. Named after a seabird common to the Galapagos, the Petrel is much like her namesake: elegant, swift and silent at sea. Her catamaran design offers comfort and stability, as well as spacious cabins (each with a private balcony), a comfortable lounge and a Jacuzzi.

ADMIRAL

Year Built: 

2015

Guests Accomodated: 

39

Size:

141 ft

The Admiral is a stunning 141 feet long deluxe vessel sailing in Croatia and the Adriatic/Mediterranean Seas. Built in 2015 with latest state-of-the-art equipment and amenities Admiral offers maximum capacity of 39 passengers in 19 twin or double cabins and 1 single cabin, guaranteeing an intimate setting for all guests. The Admiral is part of a newly built fleet of sleek, modern yachts that are elegant enough to make your vacation feel upscale but affordable enough that you can add a European land package to your cruise. She has a bright interior with the feel of a private mega yacht and a stunning 200 square meters of sun deck space.

CORAL I & CORAL II

Year Built: 

2016/2017

Guests Accomodated: 

20-36

Size:

113-131 ft

The Coral I and Coral II are sister yachts cruising the same itineraries side-by-side in the Galapagos Islands. Coral I is a 36-passenger, modern, first-class mega yacht with 18 double exterior cabins. Coral II is an elegant, classic and charming motor yacht that accommodates 20 passengers in 12 exterior cabins. Guests booked aboard a Corals Galapagos cruise may be placed on either yacht for a stellar cruising experience. Both yachts offer charming social areas distributed on three decks with outdoor and indoor seating, allowing an intimate expedition experience that suits each passenger�s personal travel style.

CORAL EXPEDITIONS I

Year Built: 

1988 (remodeled 2016)

Guests Accomodated: 

46

Size:

115 FT

The Coral Expeditions I is a twin-hulled classic catamaran designed for maximum stability and guest comfort. Accommodating a maximum of just 46 guests, Coral Expeditions I offers an intimate expedition atmosphere. Responding to feedback from past guests, the outdoor area on Deck A was refurbished in November 2016 to offer extended shade cover and discreet lighting. Guests now enjoy the outdoor bar area with protection from sun and wind. Updated furniture inside the dining room provides improved comfort and a refreshed environment. Choose the Coral Expeditions I if you are seeking a smaller vessel to explore Australia�s off-the-beaten-path locales.

CORAL ADVENTURER

Year Built: 

2018

Guests Accomodated: 

120

Size:

306FT

Built for adventure and crafted for comfort, the 120-guest Coral Adventurer Australian expedition ship offers a wine cellar, open galley serving small-batch cuisine, private balconies, six Zodiacs and two Xplorer tenders. This sister ship to the Coral Geographer, built in Norway and launched in 2019, is one of the newest small ships cruising Australia. Notable features include multiple well-stocked bars, two 600-square-foot suites and an elevator accessing all decks. Choose the Coral Adventurer for a first-class experience with special attention to food and wine, efficient ship-to-shore operations, stability and Australian flare. This new Australia ship delivers one of the most modern adventure platforms to actively explore the rugged and remote coastlines of Australia, Indonesia and their neighboring islands.

CATALYST

Year Built: 

1932 (REMODELED 2013)

Guests Accomodated: 

12

Size:

75 FT

M/V Catalyst is a historic 12-guest yacht with a warm wood interior that takes guests back to a time when craftsmanship was the rule, not the exception. She has decades-old varnished wood paneling, heavy beamed ceilings and glowing mahogany trim and furniture. Choose a cruise aboard the Catalyst for a boat and crew with lots of character. The historic wooden vessel has been thoughtfully restored, true to her 1930s heritage. Refurbishments in 2013 included: rebuilt bulwarks on the starboard and stern; a rebuilt stern; Port Oxford cedar beams to strengthen her frame; a Cabin 5 redesign; and a �stern lift� to put the steering gear below decks and arrange a more comfortable sitting area on the back deck. https://www.adventuresmithexplorations.com/cruises/ships/catalyst/

DELFIN II

Year Built: 

2009(remodeled 2014)

Guests Accomodated: 

29

Size:

135 FT

The Delfin II is an exclusive home base for Amazon River cruising. This luxury, 28-guest riverboat combines comfort and grace effortlessly with the wilderness of the Amazon. Expect world-class hospitality, fine dining and great company aboard. Choose the Delfin II for their local way of doing things, for sourcing local foods and hiring local guides. If luxury and authenticity are important to you, the Delfin II is the perfectly sized river vessel bringing influence and cultural awareness to every cruise through the Peruvian Amazon.

CORINTHIAN

Year Built: 

1990 (remodeled 2009)

Guests Accomodated: 

100

Size:

290ft

Corinthian accommodates 100 guests in 50 suites, making it more like a private yacht than a cruise ship. Corinthian�s limited guest capacity, fine facilities and distinctive style of operation attract likeminded travelers who return again and again to enjoy its custom-crafted itineraries and a style of cruising that is rarely found today. Served by 67 seasoned officers and crew, Corinthian complies with the latest international safety regulations, including those of the U.S. Coast Guard and meets the requirements of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and is outfitted with the most current navigational and communications technology. Corinthian is ice-strengthened for voyages into polar waters and is equipped with retractable fin stabilizers and a fleet of Zodiac inflatable craft for forays ashore. Adventure Smith offers many small expedition-style ships similar to the Corinthian and many ships that travel the Mediterranean, learn more about all of our small ships.

CORAL EXPEDITIONS II

Year Built: 

1985 (remodeled 2015)

Guests Accomodated: 

42

Size:

115 FT

The 42-guest Coral Expeditions II, formerly known as Coral Princess II, operates year-round on Australia�s Great Barrier Reef. At just 115 feet in length and with a shallow 8-foot draft, she is the ideal small ship for discovering the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef. The Coral Expeditions II is small enough to allow snorkeling directly from the ship, yet equipped with the facilities of a much larger vessel. Refurbished during early 2015, Coral Expeditions II is fully equipped for the ultimate Great Barrier Reef cruising experience. Australian flagged, registered and staffed, Coral Expeditions II was purpose-built for cruising in Australia and is the ideal size to access the very best parts of the Great Barrier Reef. She is currently the smallest ship in AdventureSmith�s fleet of Australian partner vessels.

CORAL DISCOVERER

Year Built: 

2005 (REMODELED 2016)

Guests Accomodated: 

72

Size:

207 FT

The Coral Discoverer is equipped with modern navigation technology and is actively stabilized to ensure comfortable cruising in open seas. Her efficiency at getting passengers off the ship exploring remote areas is unparalleled as she offers a diverse choice of expedition vessels, including two Zodiacs, five kayaks (four double and one single), a glass-bottom boat and an Xplorer tender with a water-activity platform for easy entry into the water for snorkeling and kayaking.

CHICHAGOF DREAM

Year Built: 

1984 (REMODELED 2017)

Guests Accomodated: 

76

Size:

207 FT

The Chichagof Dream, formerly Spirit of Glacier Bay, Spirit of Nantucket and Nantucket Clipper, features a shallow draft for navigating Alaska�s intimate coves and passages, a spacious bow and aft decks for viewing fjords and glaciers and a relaxed cruising speed for optimum viewing of wilderness and wildlife. She was built in 1984 for Clipper Cruise Lines by Jeffboat Corporation in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Nantucket Clipper was purchased by Cruise West in 2006 and renamed Spirit of Nantucket until she was relocated to Pacific operations in 2008 and recoined Spirit of Glacier Bay. Alaskan Dream bought and remodeled her in 2015. This Alaska small ship accommodates up to 76 guests in 38 staterooms and features a lounge, Sun Deck and viewing platform.

CAMILA

Year Built: 

2018

Guests Accomodated: 

16

Size:

125FT

The 16-guest Camila is the first trimaran built in Ecuador and the only trimaran operating in the Galapagos Islands. Her three hulls mean faster navigation, saving time between islands and landing sites; increased sustainability due to reduced fuel consumption; greater stability than a double hull; and no internal hull vibration. Aboard the Galapagos cruise ship Camila, guests are treated to private balconies, a qualified cruise manager and a 16:10 guest-to-crew member ratio. As the third vessel in the newest fleet in the Galapagos Islands, the M/T Camila boutique Galapagos small ship is ready to elevate the standard of luxury Galapagos cruising.

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