- 10 berths
- 4+2 cabins
- 4 WC
Embrace the allure of Seychelles, a shimmering jewel in the Indian Ocean where azure waters, pristine beaches, and lush landscapes create a tapestry of natural wonders.
Beyond the charms of its main islands, Seychelles unfolds its true essence when explored by boat. Join us on a remarkable maritime journey as we unveil the most captivating spots to discover in this archipelago – a destination where every wave carries tales of serenity and discovery.
Whether you're seeking a tropical escape during the frosty winter months or an idyllic summer retreat, Seychelles stands as an ideal year-round destination. With temperatures consistently hovering around 24-29°C (75-85°F), Seychelles offers the perfect climate for sun-seekers and adventure enthusiasts alike.
To turn your Seychelles dreams into reality, consider renting your dream yacht through Sailogy, where luxury meets seamless exploration. Sailogy offers a curated selection of yachts, ensuring you embark on your maritime journey in style and comfort. Choose from a fleet of world-class vessels to tailor your Seychelles adventure, discovering hidden coves and pristine beaches at your own pace.
Embark on your maritime odyssey with Anse Source d'Argent, La Digue – a haven for photographers and nature enthusiasts alike. Marvel at iconic granite boulders, powdery sands, and crystal-clear waters.
Anchor your vessel to explore hidden coves and unique rock formations, immersing yourself in the timeless beauty of this tropical oasis. Don't miss the chance to snorkel amidst vibrant coral reefs teeming with marine life, especially around the Coral Garden dive site.
Set sail northward to Curieuse Island, a nature reserve where giant Aldabra tortoises roam freely amidst lush vegetation. Witness these gentle giants foraging beneath towering palms, and explore nature trails teeming with rare bird species and vibrant marine life.
Curieuse Island is not only a haven for land and sea aficionados but also offers excellent diving opportunities. Dive into the waters of Saint Pierre, a renowned dive spot boasting colorful coral formations and diverse marine species.
Continue your maritime exploration to Aride Island, a sanctuary for birdwatchers. Home to numerous seabird species, including the Seychelles Warbler and the endangered Magpie Robin, Aride Island provides an unparalleled birdwatching experience.
Tender ashore and traverse the island's well-preserved trails, accompanied by the symphony of nature. The nearby "Bird Island" is an additional spot to explore, known for its vast bird colonies and the breathtaking view of Mount La Digue.
Venture southwest to the Aldabra Atoll, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the world's second-largest coral atoll. Marvel at vibrant coral reefs, schools of fish, and the elusive dugong.
Dive or snorkel into the crystalline waters to witness the kaleidoscope of underwater wonders that make Aldabra a haven for marine enthusiasts. Dive at the famous "Shark Bank", an underwater pinnacle where you can encounter various shark species.
For a taste of Seychellois splendor on the main island of Mahé, sail to Baie Lazare. Known for its stunning coastline and pristine beaches, Baie Lazare offers a picturesque setting surrounded by lush greenery. Drop anchor in the bay and explore the white sandy beaches, such as Anse Soleil and Petite Anse, each with its own unique charm.
Immerse yourself in the local culture by visiting the nearby village, and savor authentic Creole cuisine at one of the charming beachside restaurants. Baie Lazare on Mahé promises a perfect blend of natural beauty, cultural richness, and a touch of Seychellois hospitality.