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Get the Most out of Flotilla Sailing Holidays in Seychelles

by Naleia Yachting Tour Organizer

Introducing Seychelles –

Located around 1000 miles away from the coast of East Africa, Seychelles is an islanders nation with a uniquely French ambiance. The Seychellois are a colorful blend of varieties of cultures, races, and very hospitable inhabitants.

A core of granite islands lies at the center of the islands with spectacular rock formations, expansive coral reefs, and a huge abundance of marine parks where wildlife thrives at their best.

Around half of Seychelles is protected parkland and the deserted islands are one of the most beautiful places around the world – that make sailing in the Seychelles a voyage into a realm of natural splendor!

The magnificent archipelago of Seychelles in the Indian Ocean is a tropical paradise. In fact, the islnds comprise of granite that forms bizarrely shaped sculptures on the beaches.

The 42 inner islands are mostly granitic, and cluster around the main islands of La Digue, Praslin, and Mahe. The inner islands offer amazing winds for your sails and a plenty of idyllic anchorages with superb opportunities for diving, snorkeling on coral reefs and exploring the fascinating nature.

Perfect Time to Travel –

During the `winter season which starts in the month of November and remains until the end of April you will experience some passing rain showers every other day. These last for an hour or two and are actually very warm and pleasant During the `winter season` the prevailing winds are NW with a force of 10-15 knots.

During the months between May and October, which is the `summer` season, the trade winds from the southeast make for a rather cool and dry climate with the temperature around 25 degrees. The wind exceeds rarely 5 Beaufort. The winds are stronger 15-25 knots and it`s direction (SE) makes many great anchorages unsuitable for overnight stays.

All in all it`s better to sail in Seychelles during the winter season. In the end, we sail in tropics mostly to `escape the winter`.

Things to Do –

When you’re in Seychelles, take a look at what’s beyond the surface – the crystal clear water. You`ll see palms, rainforests, tropical birds, giant tortoise, etc.Even though, Seychelles is well-known for its fantastic opportunities for diving and sailing there is lots to explore on land!

Hence, taking flotilla sailing holidays in Seychelles is a thing to do if you are looking for a paradise on earth. While sailing in Seychelles, you’ll see the coral reefs exploding with a variety of shapes and colors. Besides, millions of colorful fish species, you will spot majestic whale sharks (they eat grass – no worries ) that can reach up to 12 meters.

Though Seychelles is fringed with amazing coral reefs, you should navigate carefully. Your lead skipper will brief you about local, uncharted dangers and will remind you of them often! It`s also highly recommended that you should approach islands by noon so that the sun is high enough to brighten what’s underneath the surface.

Living Out Your Castaway Dreams in Seychelles –

Seychelles is blessed with remote, scarcely populated, yet unexplored islands, offering amazing opportunities to live out your castaway dreams to the fullest. Taking an adventure of sailing in Seychelles, you’ll be rewarded with incredible winds, inviting weather, spectacular wildlife, and captivating scenery.

After all, Seychelles is a truly exotic paradise that elicits feelings of offshore tranquility packed with sun-soaked days and undiscovered island treasures. The physical reality of Seychelles will satisfy every need!

Conclusion –

From towering granite islands to glittering coral isles, seabird colonies to nesting green turtles and sliver surf to powdery white beaches – the natural and visual delights that wait for an enthusiast during sailing holidays in Seychelles.

It’s time to take a plunge and book your flotilla sailing holidays in Seychelles to develop a unique taste of adventure in this scarcely discovered island chain. Memories for a lifetime guaranteed

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This article is written by Naleia Yachting –offers wonderful flotilla sailing holidays in Seychelles to experience the magnificence of scenic nature and the underwater world.


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