Seychelles La Digue

Seychelles

The Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, off East Africa. Stunning and unspoiled it's home to numerous beautiful boulder-strewn beaches, virgin jungles, coral reefs and UNESCO-listed nature reserves.

 

Aquatic pursuits abound in the clear, azure water. Diving, snorkelling, surfing, and sailing are all world class, and the Seychelles boast some of the richest fishing grounds in the world makes Seychelles on of the top destinations in the world for yacht charter holidays.

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LOCATION

The Seychelles' Consists of 115 islands that extends from between 4 and 10 degrees south of the equator and lie between 480km (290miles) to 1,600km (994miles) from the east coast of Africa in the western Indian Ocean. Islands of granite and coral. 

Where is The Seychelles?

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CLIMATE

Tropical climate which is always warm with an average temperature of 28°C (82°F) and an average sea temperature is 28°C (82°F). From May to October the south-east trade winds bring a relatively dry period and December to March brings north-west trade winds and the wet season. 

What is the Climate?

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CULTURE

Seychellois are a colourful blend of peoples of different races, cultures and religions. Creole music and dance have their roots in African, Malagasy and European cultures. Local artists continue to exhibit diverse styles that echo the multi-ethnic backdrop of the islands.

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About the Culture?

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Attractions

Tour the bustling streets of Victoria exploring the history and colorful markets, sail away and explore the beautiful islands. Take a cycle around La Digue to its famous beach, visit Vallie de Mai to see the worlds largest nut on Praslin. A true paradise awaits.

Available Charters in The Seychelles

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Over-Night

Charters

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Day Charters

 

Available Yachts in The Seychelles

Sarah

45ft Leopard

Wicked - Ste Anna

54ft Simonis

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40ft Maxium

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” ― St. Augustine

Seychelles - Secluded Beach