The Seychelles are a veritable jewel in the Indian Ocean sitting 1,500 kilometers East of mainland Africa and consisting of an archipelago of 115 islands. They are one of the most spectacular destinations in the world to charter
a yacht and count nearly 50% of its land as under natural conservation containing a plethora of secluded beaches, coves, coral reefs and places to visit.
After arriving at Mahé you might first want to explore the 43 inner islands that cluster mainly around the principal islands of Mahé, Praslin and La Digue. Mahé itself being a prefect place to find your feet and begin your adventure with 44 miles of safe anchorages and over 64 beaches to explore.
You can be sure to have a prefect charter on the Lagoon 450 that accommodates up to 10 guests in 6 cabins. It’s low draft and layout mean guests are afforded easy access to those spectacular lagoons and great views from it’s wide and spacious sundeck. It is a perfect stable platform from which to explore and here at Boatbookings it is one of our favorites.
From Mahé you can head where ever the wind takes you, be it to Praslin and the fabulous Vallée de Mai, one of Seychelles’s two UNESCO World Heritage Sites and Anse Lazio and Anse Georgette that have both featured on the top-10 list of world’s best beaches. Or perhaps to La Digue and the famous Anse Source d’Argent and then the numerous surrounding islands, including Félicité, Marianne and Grand Soeur, all within easy reach and all offering safe anchorages.
At www.boatbookings.com, we welcome everyone from sailing professionals to complete novices and will help you at every step of the way to make your dreams a reality. We have a team of highly skilled professionals who are extremely knowledgeable in their destinations and will be able to help you with any questions you may have.
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