Yacht Charter Seychelles March 16 – 23


Seychelles Islands:


Explore the Enchanting Seychelles!

Experience a slice of African heaven with untouched beaches, shimmering waters, and a lively underwater realm.

Savor the rhythms of the ocean and the fragrance of exotic blooms. Venture through lush rainforests and encounter unique wildlife.

Indulge in the distinctive flavors of island cuisine and delve into the rich local culture.

Prepare for a week-long adventure that will etch lasting memories.

Mahe – The Gateway

Mahe, the largest island in the Seychelles, is a tropical haven representing the splendor of the Indian Ocean. It hosts the international airport and Eden Island Marina, marking the start of our voyage.

Victoria, the island’s capital, boasts the quaint “Little Big Ben” and a vibrant market. Mahe also takes pride in its renowned Takamaka rum.

Discover Mahe’s verdant rainforests and trails leading to stunning vistas. Its 65 beaches, including the renowned Beau Vallon, are perfect for snorkeling and unwinding.

St. Anne – A Marine Wonderland

St. Anne, a marine national park, offers untouched natural beauty.

Ideal for exploring the Indian Ocean’s depths, its coral reefs are a kaleidoscope of color, teeming with vibrant fish.

Our first evening will be spent on our catamaran’s deck under a starlit sky.

Cocos – An Underwater Adventure

Following a serene morning at St. Anne, we journey to Cocos Island.

This island, sculpted by nature, provides unique snorkeling opportunities among the rocks and waves, where numerous aquatic creatures and fish reside.

We’ll enjoy swimming, fishing, and basking in the Seychelles sun.

La Digue – Island Charm

Next, we visit La Digue, a picturesque island.

Wander its white sandy paths flanked by palm trees, traditional houses, and stunning beaches.

Rent a bike or simply relax on its pristine shores.

Cousin – A Bird Paradise

At Cousin Island, tranquility reigns with only the ocean’s whispers and birdsong.

This near-circular island, a sanctuary for endangered birds, was transformed into a nature reserve in 1968.

In the afternoon, we’ll sail to Praslin for the night.

Praslin – A Natural Wonder

Praslin, Seychelles’ second-largest island, is famed for its untouched landscapes and splendid beaches.

The Vallee de May, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is home to unique flora and fauna, including the Seychelles tree frog.

Anse Lazio, one of the world’s most beautiful beaches, is among Praslin’s highlights.

Curieuse – A Historic Nature Reserve

Curieuse Island, a bio-reserve, is memorable for its roaming giant Aldabra tortoises, mangrove forests, and diverse birdlife, appealing to nature enthusiasts and eco-tourists.

Explore the historic leper colony ruins and the Doctor’s House museum, adding a historical dimension to this natural haven.

The cost is EUR 1400 per person for a spot in a double cabin or EUR 2800 for the entire cabin.

For reservations made before January 20, the discounted price will be EUR 1350 per person.


The price includes :

Accommodation in a double-bed cabin on a yacht or catamaran
Professional skipper
Final cleaning
Bedding and towels
Dinghy with a motor for landing on islands and beaches

The price doesn’t include:

Ship’s cash desk (food, fuel, parking) – 200 – 250 euros
Security deposit, refundable at the end of the tour

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