Luxury Seychelles Catamaran Cruise

Island hop and discover the Seychelles on your private luxury catamaran

Set sail around the most beautiful waters in the Indian Ocean - The Seychelles. With spectacular geological wonders of magnificent granite rock formations, mountainous landscapes and tropical jungles, explore the Seychelles larger islands to the smaller outer islands. Explore the stunning coral reefs surrounding the Seychelles directly from the shore or from your catamaran, or head to land and discover the vast array of nature. From exotic rare birds, to the island oldest resident - the giant tortoise. Sit back, relax and enjoy a unique sailing holiday to the Seychelles. Crewed Fleet Available: Moorings 4800 Moorings 5800 Start and end your perfect Seychelles holiday with stay at anyone of the beautiful boutique accommodations the Seychelles has to offer. Whether its a beachfront haven or cascading down the tropical hills, what better way than to start and finish your trip in even more relaxation and comfort.

Our Experts Recommend:
  • Spend the day in search for Cousin Islands rarest birds
  • Coco Islands boasts outstanding snorkelling and diving opportunities
  • Head back in time to La Digue island where colonial-era homes and stunning picturesque landscapes awaits
  • Head to the fascinating museum on Curieuse Island and learn all about the islands incredible history

Sample Itinerary Summary

We can tailor any part of this itinerary or create a new one just for you.

6 days
Destination Breakdown
Private basis, Escorted or Self-Guided
  • Fully-qualified English speaking skipper
  • Yacht Damage Waiver
  • All meal, snacks and beverages
  • Fully stocked bar
  • Private chef
  • Housekeeping services
Not included
  • International flights from the UK
  • Pre and post cruise accommodation in the Seychelles
  • Seychelles

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Discover stunning untouched beaches
    • Exquisite rare bird watching on Cousin Island
    • Delicious Creole cuisine
    • Enjoy outstanding snorkelling at Coco Island Marine National Park