The garden of Eden

Nestled in the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles archipelago is a paradise for those who cherish the sea. With more than 115 islands, the Seychelles archipelago is a top destination for the winter. A perfect concentration of natural beauty, a unique blend of exceptional beaches and lush nature. Among the islands that make up the archipelago, the inner islands are the world's oldest granitic islands.

This tropical Eden offers an unmatched combination of pristine beaches, marine biodiversity and cultural authenticity.

A mosaic of islands to explore

Each of the Seychelles islands has a unique aura. From Mahé, the main island with its lush mountains, to Praslin with the famous Vallée de Mai and the remote atolls of Aldabra, each stop promises a new discovery.

The crystal-clear waters of the Seychelles, rich in coral and exotic fish, offer an exceptional sailing experience. Underwater visibility is outstanding, making the Seychelles a prime location for diving and snorkeling.

Idyllic anchorages

From the famous Anse Source d'Argent beach on La Digue to the secluded Anse Lazio beach on Praslin, the Seychelles offer a variety of idyllic anchorages. These sheltered bays, surrounded by iconic granite rocks are a sailor's dream.

Modern and eco-friendly ports

Despite their isolation, the Seychelles offer quality port facilities for yachts. Port Victoria on Mahé is one of the largest, providing modern facilities while adhering to eco-friendly practices to protect the delicate ecosystem of the archipelago.

An escape from time

Offering a preserved and unique ecosystem in the world, the Seychelles archipelago provides a world of pure escape where time seems to have stood still. Surrounded by coral reefs, explore the underwater world and encounter incredible marine life: manta rays, sea turtles, hammerhead sharks...

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Oceanic gastronomy

Situated at the crossroads of trade routes, the Seychelles offer a fusion cuisine inspired by African, European, and Asian flavors. Sailors can indulge in fresh seafood, spicy curries and juicy tropical fruits, providing a true explosion of flavors.

Unique biodiversity

The Seychelles are home to impressive endemic fauna and flora, from giant Aldabra tortoises to the rare black parrot of Praslin. These islands, often referred to as the "Galápagos of the Indian Ocean," provide sailors with a unique opportunity to observe and appreciate nature in its purest form.

Our opinion

The Seychelles are more than just a collection of tropical islands; they are a sanctuary where nature and culture coexist harmoniously. For sailors and yacht owners, sailing in this archipelago means not only exploring dream anchorages but also immersing themselves in a profound ecological and cultural richness. Set course for the Seychelles and discover a paradise where every island, every lagoon and every encounter tells a story of enchantment and authenticity.

In short

When to visit?

The Seychelles are pleasant all year round thanks to their tropical climate. For optimal sailing, consider April-May and October-November, which are transition periods with calm seas and exceptional underwater visibility. Avoid December to March (rainy season) and July to August (strong southeast winds).

Key destinations

The Seychelles enchant yachts with Mahé and its vibrant port, Victoria; Praslin, home to the Vallée de Mai; La Digue and its photogenic beaches like Anse Source d'Argent; the atolls of Aldabra, an ecological sanctuary and the Amirantes Islands for secluded sailing. A journey between preserved nature and aquatic paradise.

Top experiences

The cultural heritage of the Seychelles is as diverse as its landscape. Local festivals, rhythmic sega music, traditional arts, and crafts reflect the amalgamation of influences that have shaped these islands. The hospitality of the Seychellois, known for their kindness, makes each stop even more memorable.

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