Ready to be breathless? Incredible holidays in the Seychelles really will take your breath away! The brilliant colours of the ocean, sky and nature will fill your eyes, revealing a simply paradisiacal setting.
So get ready to plan your routes: some 115 incredible islands await you!
And what better way to appreciate the beauty of the landscapes of this archipelago than on board a boat? That's why, with all your comfort, renting a catamaran in Seychelles will be the perfect choice.
Surrounded by the glistening waters of the Indian Ocean, the islands of the archipelago will delight and entertain you: water sports, nature walks, traditional cuisine, heavenly beaches and fun days spent on board the catamaran, between moments of relaxation and diving.
From Victoria Harbour, located on Mahé, the archipelago's main island, you can easily sail on a hired catamaran and embark on one of the most spectacular adventures ever. Praslin and Sainte-Anne Bay, La Digue and the fine sandy beaches of the many islets of the Outer Islands group are just waiting to be explored!
Choosing a catamaran rental in Seychelles means choosing comfort and safety above all else. A catamaran cruise combines moments of excitement, sailing, relaxation and luxury, all on board a real floating hotel.
In addition, sailing aboard a catamaran is much more stable than on a sailboat, the interior spaces are larger and more airy, and the outdoor spaces are ideal for spending your best moments under the sun.
Are you thinking of taking a family trip? This type of boat is the ideal option for travelling with children on board, in complete safety.
The Seychelles Islands are undoubtedly among the ideal destinations for a catamaran cruise. With an abundance of wildlife and over 490km of sparkling coastline, you definitely won't have time to get bored here!
The archipelago is divided into three districts: Mahé, the Inner Islands and the Outer Islands.
Interior Islands - the most popular among yachtsmen are Praslin, La Digue and Mahé. Sailing conditions here are favourable, thanks to a well-developed infrastructure and a network of modern marinas available to all tourists. This area also offers many safe anchorages for diving.
Outer Islands - some 72 sparsely populated, unspoilt coral reef (or coralline) islands, however less suitable for sailors and tourists. Nearby currents and coral reefs, sometimes not visible on maps, are a major obstacle, especially for the safety of passengers on board. In any case you can sail close to them, diving to discover the beautiful seabed, swimming with dolphins, or even, diving to discover caves, atolls and caverns of incomparable beauty.
From Victoria Harbour on the main island Mahé, you can easily reach the most beautiful parts of the archipelago by catamaran.
Can you imagine yourself sunbathing on a white sandy beach, soaking in turquoise waters and losing yourself in total relaxation, listening to the sound of the waves? The Seychelles won't disappoint you!
Awning some of the most fascinating beaches in the world, you'll find paradisiacal landscapes and idyllic beaches on these islands. But which ones can't we miss?
Paradise beaches, quiet coves and exotic landscapes will guarantee you an unforgettable holiday for your whole family!
The cost of renting a catamaran in the Seychelles varies according to different factors, such as the season of the year and the length of the rental, the type, shipyard and the size of the boat itself.
In any case, the initial cost would be around £375 per day, bearing in mind that, in general, owners tend to prefer bookings for weekly rentals.
The Seychelles is the perfect destination to escape the winter cold and bad weather.
Here, where the sun never seems to set and average temperatures are around 27°C, there are all the prerequisites for a successful excellent holiday!
If you want to plan a rental in the Seychelles, however, keep in mind the periods when the low season arrives for the islands. For example, between December and February winds rise and rainfall is more frequent.
For sailing, it's best to consider the period between April and November.
Let's climb aboard?