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St.Anne Marie National Park

Meet & greet upon your Arrival Seychelles airport. You will be met by our representative who will transfer you to the hotel. Check in into the hotel.  St. Anne Island is the centerpiece of this beautiful marine park, and nearby Moyenne, Round, and Cerf are just as scenic. During World War II St. Anne served as a base for a contingent of Royal Marines stationed there to defend the port of Victoria in the event of an enemy attack. In the early 19th century, the area was a busy whaling port. Today, cruising in St. Anne Marine National Park is a delightful foray into the wonders of Nature, with superb snorkeling and swimming, and a number of restaurants where you can dine out and savor the local cuisine. 



Curieuse Island

After Breakfast at hotel. St. Anne Island to Curieuse Marine National Park - 40 nm. A northwest or southeast wind will provide an ideal point of sail for your open-water passage from the coast of Mahé to the group of beautiful islands to the north. Balmy winds and gentle seas are typical in the Seychelles, just one of many reasons why this destination in the Indian Ocean is so popular. You'll pass to the west of Praslin Island, then turn east to reach the scenic anchorage of Baie Laraie, a cove with excellent protection in northwesterly winds. There are a number of attractions ashore, including a tortoise farm and a museum. The snorkeling and scuba diving is superb in these waters. 


Grande Soeur Island

After Breakfast at hotel. Curiesue Island to Grande Soeur Island - 14 nm. The next leg of your Seychelles sailing itinerary takes you almost due east to spend the day savoring the delights of beautiful Grande Soeur Island. There's a beach bar where you can relax over lunch and enjoy locally caught seafood and sip a cool drink. On the east side of the island is Grande Anse, a spectacular beach for swimming and snorkeling. Later in the afternoon sail to the secluded anchorage at Anse Coco at La Digue Island. 


Coco Island

After Breakfast at hotel. La Digue Island to Ile Coco Marine National Park - 7 nm. A sail to the Cocos is a must on any Seychelles itinerary. The sheer beauty of the park, with Coco Island at its center and three islets nearby, is breathtaking even by Seychelles standards. The snorkeling is some of the best anywhere. After spending the day exploring the Cocos, sail back to La Digue Island, this time to La Digue Island Harbour.


Praslin Island

Praslin is the second largest island (38.5 km2) of the Seychelles, lying 44 km (27 mi) northeast of Mahe. Praslin has a population of around 7,533 people and comprises two administrative districts: Baie Sainte Anne and Grand' Anse. Praslin is known as a tourist destination with several hotels and resorts, as well as a number of beaches



La Digue Islands

La Digue Island to Praslin Island - 12 nm. Tarry until early afternoon to do some sightseeing and enjoy lunch at one of the restaurants of this small island community, where you'll see ox-drawn carts on the narrow streets. There are a number of attractions, including tours of the large plantation of Union Estate as well as one of the few working copra mills in the Seychelles. For the night, head over to Praslin Island and anchor at Anse Volbert, where you'll find restaurants ashore and live music on Friday evenings at the Paradise Resort. 


Cousine Island

Praslin Island to Providence by way of Cousin Island - 49 nm. This last full day of sailing will take you just over a mile south to Cousin Island for a short stop at one of the bird sanctuaries in the Seychelles. More than 300,000 birds nest on this tiny isle, a mere 2,264 feet in diameter. Lizards and tortoises share this small space with the birds. A taxi boat is available to take you ashore. After your visit, plot a course back to Mahé and when you arrive, treat yourself to a wonderful dinner at The Wharf restaurant.