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Seychelles is one of the few countries that can be called a true paradise on earth. And for a good reason – an incredible mix of natural beauty, exotic birds and animals, white beaches and crystal clear water all make a Seychelles yacht charter an experience of a lifetime.

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Praslin (Seychelles)
12.34 m
3 cabins
6 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 2 280 ($2 775)
Mahe/MAHE (Seychelles)
11.97 m
6 cabins
10 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 2 800 ($3 407)
Praslin (Seychelles)
14.27 m
4 cabins
8 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 2 850 ($3 468)
Praslin (Seychelles)
11.97 m
3 cabins
8 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 2 945 ($3 584)
Mahe/Mahé (Seychelles)
11.9 m
4 cabins
10 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 3 115 ($3 791)
Mahe/MAHE (Seychelles)
11.55 m
6 cabins
10 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 3 250 ($3 955)
Praslin (Seychelles)
11.55 m
4 cabins
8 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 3 320 ($4 040)
Praslin (Seychelles)
11.74 m
4 cabins
10 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 3 760 ($4 576)
Mahe/MAHE (Seychelles)
13.61 m
5 cabins
10 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 3 850 ($4 685)
Mahe/Eden Island Marina (Seychelles)
12.98 m
4 cabins
8 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 5 900 ($7 180)
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Seychelles bareboat charters

The Seychelles are made up of 115 islands, only 33 of which are inhabited. Located south of the equator in the western Indian Ocean, the Seychelles Islands are mostly coral, or volcanic in origin. Yacht charter bases in the Seychelles are located on two major islands: Mahe and Praslin. Mahe is the principal island of the archipelago, famous for its large coconut palms and cinnamon plantations. It is also well known for its fantastic views of the other islands.

Climate in Seychelles

Seychelles has two seasons: the cool southeast monsoon (May - September), and the hot northwest monsoon (October-April). During the cool season, breezes prevail, skies can be partly cloudy, temperatures are lower, and the sea is less inviting for diving or snorkeling. The hot northwest monsoon brings crystal waters, blue skies, along with heat and occasional but serious rainstorms. The months of November and April are optimal, with the best of both to offer. The busy high seasons fall from July to August, and Christmas to New Year's.

Seychelles sailing conditions

Seychelles yacht rentals are mostly concentrated in the inner islands of Praslin and La Digue, clustered around the main island and offering short line of sight passages. The Seychelles have a tropical climate with the dry season from April to October. This is the best time for a sailing vacation in the Seychelles, with predictable winds around the inner islands. Winds generally range from 6 – 20 knots (5 – 23 mph) and temperatures range from 80 – 86 F (28 to 30 C). During the north or south monsoon season, winds can be stronger, but it is almost never dangerous as this region is located outside of the so-called cyclone and storm zone. Yachting in the Seychelles, with its moderate climate and fair winds, is perfect for experienced sailors or skippered charters. With numerous magnificent coves, you can enjoy peaceful sailing in short distances. Be aware of tidal waters that may range here up to 5 feet.

A sailing vacation in the Seychelles could be considered one of the most desired charter destinations in the world. This is one of the few places that can boast nature with unique flora and fauna, pristine pink sand beaches, beautiful clear waters, giant tortoises, rare birds, and two UNESCO World Heritage sites. All this makes a Seychelles yacht charter an unforgettable life experience.

History 

Known as the Galapagos of the Indian Ocean, the islands were never inhabited before European colonization. As a transit point for trade between Africa and Asia, the islands were used be Arab navigators on their voyages and by pirates as well - only until the French took their "Stone of Possession" and named the islands after Jean Moreau de Seychelles in 1756. Britain and France fought over the islands through the late 18th to early 19th centuries, with Britain gaining its control in 1814. But in 1976 the Seychelles declared its independence from Britain. And now renting a boat in Seychelles you will see that people from different origins live together with inspiring degree of harmony in diversity.

Places of interest 

The main yacht charter base is located in Mahe - archipelago's largest and most developed island. It is home to 90% of the country's population with amazing ethnic diversity-from descendants of European colonists and African slaves to later settlers from Arabia, India and China. Mahe is the main transport hub for transfers to other islands in the archipelago providing a good starting point for the bareboat charter.

Victoria, the capital and the commercial center of Seychelles and a welcoming harbor with all types of dock, is only 5 miles south from the International airport. Its National Botanical gardens are just on the outskirts of town. While enjoying the most important local species, including the rare Coco de Mer, watch out for the native Aldabra tortoises (some over 150 years old) and the flying foxes roosting in the palm trees. There is also the Spice garden to visit where vanilla cinnamon, nutmeg and other endemic plants are grown.

Beau Vallon, among 65 stunning beaches to choose, is Mahe's most popular yacht charter destinations. With surfing from September to April, safe swimming year-round, it is the only beach where motorized water sports are allowed. With a lifeguard on duty and no strong currents, rocks or corals, it is safe for everyone.

Praslin

The second largest island and bareboat charter base in Seychelles is Praslin. It is much quieter than Mahe. Historically known as pirates' hideaway, Praslin has become the Vallee de Mai Unesco World Heritage site for its famous Coco de Mer, the world's heaviest nut, grown in the wild.

La Digue

La Digue is the fourth largest inhabited island. With no natural harbor the island is well shielded by its encircled coral reef with masses of impressive pink granite boulders. With almost no motor traffic, where everyone here gets around on foot or pedal bicycle, La Digue will take you back in time. For those seeking an unpretentious laid-back beach lifestyle, this is your island.

Private islands 

Largely uninhabited, there is a handful of private islands (accessible mostly by boats) with nothing but a single resort- that will blow your mind (and possibly your budget) away.

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