Seychelle Yacht Charter

Seychelles Yacht Rental

seychelles yacht Rental

The Seychelles offer an enticing haven for the most dreamy private yacht charter vacations thanks to its outstanding natural beauty, which is practically unmatched. A boat rental in the Seychelles is pure delight because of the region’s 115 breathtaking islands.

The Seychelles provide a variety of yacht charter options, including skippered, crewed, motor, sailing, diveboat, power, and sailboats, as well as an increasing number of luxury yacht charters that go around the world. For a sailing vessel, the consistent breezes make for easy sailing. The endless beaches and small coral reefs are ideal for a catamaran.

Luxury yacht charters in Seychelles

Even the most active charter guests will have plenty to do on a Seychelles yacht charter as it is ideal for enjoying outdoor life at sea. Some of the world’s top places for scuba diving and snorkeling can be found in the stunningly warm seas, which are home to an array of coral reefs and marine life. Once on arrival, you will find a cosmopolitan mix of amazing restaurants, beaches, and regional food as well as magnificent surroundings with verdant woods, tumbling waterfalls, and local cuisine.

Routes for Seychelles yacht charters

A Seychelles charter itinerary will include all three of its islands, Mahé, Praslin, and La Digue, each of which has a unique personality. The islands are an excellent substitute for a winter luxury boat vacation in the Caribbean since they are much less crowded, and the close proximity of the islands makes it possible to quickly go from one paradise to another.

Seychelles luxury yacht hire
Speak to your broker or superyacht captain first for their experienced tips on how to make the most of your Seychelles yacht charter and enjoy the region’s breathtaking natural beauty. Private yacht rental in the SeychellesFor Seychelles yacht charters, a selection of motor boats, catamarans, and sailing yachts are offered. With the temperature ranging from 24 to 32 degrees Celsius all year long, choosing a ship with lots of outdoor seating and dining areas is highly recommended. The year-round snorkeling conditions are excellent, with water temperatures that occasionally reach 29 °C and visibility of more than 30 m.

Catamarans and Super Yachts are the two most popular charter options available in the Seychelles. For your sailing vacation, you can book yachts both bareboat and crewed. The best sailboat for exploring coral reefs is a catamaran, which has become a popular choice. They are ideal for island hopping in the Seychelles due to their low draft and simple access to the ocean. Here is a comprehensive discussion on renting a catamaran, and here is a comprehensive list of catamaran options in the Seychelles.

Super Yachts and Luxury Yachts are traveling to the Seychelles in greater numbers.

The Seychelles are the ideal vacation spot for anyone seeking ideal weather, incredible marine life, and the chance to get away from it all. Yachts are being hauled to the Indian Ocean more frequently than the Caribbean during the winter, avoiding the Atlantic passage and allowing access to all of the amazing destinations in the Indian Ocean, including the Maldives, Seychelles, and Mauritius.

Seychelles Yacht Charter Rental

The ‘Desroches Drop’ is a site renowned for the best diving in Seychelles, the Indian Ocean. Even if you are not a diver, a snorkel on the reefs around the islands is almost as amazing: if the birds are sometimes lacking in color, the fish make up for it in a vivid living kaleidoscope. Many of the best sites lie in the national marine parks around Mahe and Praslin.

The tropical climate and colorful culture of the Seychellois people make this unique group of Islands the ultimate paradise.

Mahe and Silhouette, together with the other islands near Praslin, can be included in a ten- or fourteen-day itinerary. The island’s magnificent mountainous profile is well-named; it towers above the water off the coast of Mahé’s well-known Beauvallon Bay. “Silhouette the Wild” seems to have been made especially for outdoor enthusiasts and walkers. On this island, there are no automobiles or roads. Instead, one of the most stunning equatorial forests of the Indian Ocean is home to rivers and waterfalls. Naturalists will be ecstatic to learn about the unusual and rare trees and plants thriving in Silhouette. Plantations for coffee, tobacco, cinnamon, and avocados provide a living for over 300 people.

Mahe the main island of Seychelles is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and impressive in the world. Each of its 70 beaches has a different character; the rock formations behind them are a dramatic contrast and a beautiful backdrop for the architectural elegance of the hotels. The highest point is Morne Seychellois 900 meters above sea level, a great place for hiking. The airport is south of Victoria and built on reclaimed land, offering stunning views of the verdant island and its coastline. Victoria is the capital with a population of some 20,000 spread around a large bay at the foot of Morne Seychellois and the Trois Freres. This tiny city is the island’s economic and administrative hub as well as their only port. While no one street is best for souvenir shopping there is a cluster of shops and boutiques around the clock tower. St Anne Marine National Park now protects over 150 types of fish, there is a fee to enter the marine parks again this money goes towards to protecting and conserving the wildlife. There are over 20 dive and snorkel sites in the marine parks around Mahe. These dive sites, primarily of granite rock in origin are heavily encrusted by rich marine growth and populated by the many colorful fish and invertebrate species of the Indian Ocean. The island’s oceanic isolation has accounted for many indigenous species unique to Seychelles waters, such as the Seychelles anemone fish. Although the soft corals are much smaller and more of a dwarf variety of those found in the Red Sea or Malaysia, they are very brightly colored and are home to some amazing forms of marine life.

The National Parks are active in nature conservation, to ensure they can protect and conserve these areas there is a fee per person to visit these areas from $10-$20 per person. Excursions are not part of your all-inclusive vacation, and these fees need to be paid by each person when visiting the marine parks.

seychelles yacht Rental Seychelles, a group of over one hundred islands in the Indian Ocean, is a haven of unspoiled nature just waiting to be discovered. In addition to Creole, both English and French are spoken here.

The temperature in Seychelles does not vary much, the average is 26-29°C throughout the year, accompanied by a very pleasant breeze. Since the islands are outside of the hurricane zone, severe storms are extremely seldom. As a result, anyone can travel to Seychelles at any time. The sun will likely be shining only a few kilometers away, but the weather might be radically different from one part of an island to the other, even if tropical showers occur more regularly in January and February. Tropical and humid weather is typical of the Seychelles. Regular south to east winds create a dryer atmosphere and a little colder temperature from May to October. The southern summer, with north-west winds and a more humid temperature, lasts from December to March. However, it never gets too cold or hot; the weather is always comfortable. All water sports are ideal in the sea, which has an average temperature of 27 to 29 degrees. When visiting the Seychelles, you must definitely try the mouthwatering Creole cuisine, which is based on seafood and a wide range of exotic vegetables, fresh fruit, and spices.

When visiting Seychelles, you must definitely try the mouthwatering Creole cuisine, which is based on seafood and a wide range of exotic vegetables, fresh fruit, and spices. Due to the island’s remote location, only local produce is accessible, therefore there is always enough food if you consume it.
The Seychelles Rupee is used as legal tender. Credit cards from Visa and MasterCard are frequently used. On the larger islands, there are cash distributors where you can withdraw cash as well. The fact that the majority of consumer products must be imported explains why shopping in Seychelles can be rather pricey. While exotic fruits, flowers, and local crafts are widely available and very reasonably priced.

Foreign Currency is needed to spend in Seychelles please travel with Euros, US Dollars, or GB Pounds.

Languages: Creole, English, and French.

Time difference: Seychelles is four hours ahead of Universal Time. The time difference between France and Western Europe is therefore only + 2 hours in summer and + 3 hours in winter.

Electricity: 220 volts AC, 50 Hz. The plugs are of the English type, square with three points. While on the yacht the electricity is 110 Volts and the plugs are the American two-pin.

Upon arrival at Mahe, allow up to 1 ¼ hour to clear customs, and collect luggage. To fly on to Praslin, you will need to go to the domestic departure lounge. Leave the international lounge and walk out of the airport, turn right, pass the check-in desks and bar, following signs for domestic flights [200 yards away]. Pick your tickets up from the ticket office and check bags through. Then enter the waiting lounge, the planes are small and only take 10-20 people.

The Shuttle flights to Praslin depart every 30 minutes and cost approximately $75 return flight. The planes only carry 10-20 people at a time so you need to book this flight early, to ensure a smooth connection. We can help with booking flights and suggesting routes.

There is a fee to enter the National Marine Parks, they charge from $12 – $25 per person, to go ashore and visit the islands in the Parks. This money helps the local government to protect and restore their beautiful islands. The National Parks are active in nature conservation, the fees ensure they can protect and conserve these areas. Excursions are not part of your all-inclusive vacation, and these fees need to be paid by each person when visiting the marine parks. Foreign Currency must be used to enter the national parks, either US dollars, GB Pounds, or Euros. You are encouraged to bring foreign currency into the Seychelles Islands, please do not change all your money into Rupees- be advised by the Base Manager upon arrival where and when you will need Rupees.

There is a $40 fee for departure tax per person, due in dollars, imposed upon visitors to Seychelles by the local government.