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It was far not the first experience of charter bareboat for me, but it was one of the few times when I can't say anything negative about charter company. Initially we booked Lagoon 38 of 2016, but ~ 1 week before our charter we were...More
We chartered a Lagoon 45 for a week and were very happy with the service and the condition of the boat.
There was no safety briefing so we had to find the flares and life jackets ourselves which was fine. We weren't very happy that...More
Came to Seychelles with very high expectations. Eden Island is a well thought out resort, but it lacks a vibe came with 3 teenagers who were bored out of their minds. If you don't own a boat, paddle ski or snorkels, you are screwed. Nothing...More
We boarded a catamaran in Port Victoria and set sail for the National Marine Park to throw bread to the fish, which were in a feeding frenzy. Then we took the semi-submarine to further explore the marine life to see the scorpion, parrot, and butterfly...More
I came the first time with my wife in Seychelles and the place is a complete paradise where you can walk in the water for miles with out get deep and when the sea retread in the morning is just fantastic and you get in...More
The trip was pretty good but on the way back around 6 pm sitting on top deck in the open air it was freezing and way too windy. Next time I will make sure that I am seated downstairs. Cheap for locals but very pricey...More
We used Marine Cat to get from Mahe to Prasline and La Digue and their vessels were comfortable and on time. Be prepared for a little roughness, even in July, so if prone to sea sickness take pills or magnet wrist straps. You cannot sit...More
As a tourist, give this a skip and rather fly over to Praslin. Bumpy and noisy tourists that does not appreciate anything and the ride makes only for stong tummies. The staff on the other hand was extremely friendly and efficient, so give it a...More
One of the BIG draws is a coconut tree, the nuts outer nuts being shaped like a derriere, and apparently only found in Seychalles. Not really too impressive. More interesting was a small red bird that looks almost like a moth in flight.