Seychelles Yacht charter - blissfully isolated islands in the heart of the Indian Ocean
Seychelles Yacht charter
Seychelles yacht charter means shimmering white beaches, sapphire coloured lagoons and azure waters. This is the image of Seychelles islands. A paradise. And deservedly so, because these islands, lying off the east coast of Africa just south of the Equator, are stunningly beautiful. Of the 115 islands that make up the Seychelles, 41 Inner Islands constitute the oldest granite islands on earth. Another 74 islands form the low-lying coral atolls and reef islands that are the Outer Islands. The Seychelles has a reputation for ultimate seclusion, luxury and relax. This is certainly true, however it is also a treasure trove for watersports and activities. The marine life just off shore from the pristine beaches is a dramatic mixture of colour and topography is the perfect habitat for some extraordinary and rare species including the hawksbill turtle, whale sharks and fish created with the most exceptional colouring. No matter what you want to do while yachting in this tropical paradise, we will make it your perfect Holiday.
Seychelles yacht charter suggested itinerary for a catamaran, 1 week:
Day 2: St. Anne Marine Park – Cocos Island - La Digue
Visit of marine park in Saint Anne, amazing spot for snorkelling. After lunch, navigation towards the Cocos Island. Anchoring in front of the picturesque port of La Digue.
Day 3: La Digue Visit the beautiful Island of La Digue. We suggest to rent bicycles and explore this beautiful island of Seychelles.
Day 4: La Digue – Cousin – Baie St. Anne (Praslin)
Visiting Island of Cousin. Since 1968, the Island has been a natural reserve for birds and giant turtles. Lunch onboard, afteroon at Praslin. Anchor at Baie St. Anne.
Day 5: Baie St. Anne – Grande Soeur – Curieuse or Anse Petite Cour (Praslin) Grande Soeur. Barbeque on the beach, one of the most beautiful in Seychelles. Discover the Island by walking, have fun enjoying watertoys or just relax on the beach. Night at anchor in Curieuse or Anse Petite Cour.
Day 6: Curieuse – Saint Pierre – Anse Volbert or Anse Lazio (Praslin) Curieuse.
The Island, being part of a marine park, hosts hundreds of marine turtles. After lunch, visting the Island of Saint Pierre and admiring a typical landscape of Seychelles: palm trees, white beaches, crystal waters. Night in Praslin.
Day 7: Anse Volbert or Anse Lazio (Praslin) - Mahé
Snorkelling, watersport activities in on the beautiful beach of Praslin. Afternoon navigation towards Mahè, evening in town.
Day 8: Mahè, disembarking