Entry and exit FormalitiesHoward [ Just Imagine ] 09-Apr-2009
The third largest island in SeychellesHoward [ Just Imagine ] 17-Jan-2010
La Passe (Anchorage)
La Passe is home of the La Digue Harbour. This small harbour is restricted to about four catamarans with good holding.Howard [ Just Imagine ] 17-Jan-2010
Anse Cocos (Anchorage)
Isolated , but safe overnight anchorage.
Sheltered from NW winds
Beaautiful sand beach with a mountainous backdrop.
Howard [ Just Imagine ] 17-Jan-2010
Second largest island in the Seychelles.
Choose from Baie Sainte Anne, Anse Lazio, Anse Georgette, Anse Volbert, or Anse Petite Cour.Howard [ Just Imagine ] 17-Jan-2010
Anse Lazio (Anchorage)
Sheltered from SE.
Great sunsetsHoward [ Just Imagine ] 17-Jan-2010
Anse Georgette (Anchorage)
Sheltered from SE winds.
Smaller and less protected than Lazio.Howard [ Just Imagine ] 17-Jan-2010
Anse Volbert (Anchorage)
Good anchorage for most wind directions.
1.5 milesof wide, shaded sand beach with plenty of activities to perform on land and under water.Howard [ Just Imagine ] 17-Jan-2010
Laraie Bay, Curieuese (Anchorage)
Excellent shelter from NW.
Was a leper colony that closed in 1965.
Now host to Aldabra giant tortoises, mangrove swamps, coco de mer palms, and the Seychelles Black Parrot.Howard [ Just Imagine ] 17-Jan-2010
Baie Sainte Anne, Praslin (Anchorage)
Main harbour of Praslin. Provisioning, water, ice and gasoline, supermarkets, and plenty Creole restaurants.Howard [ Just Imagine ] 17-Jan-2010
Seychelles Yacht Club (Club)
5th of June Avenue, PO Box 504,, Victoria, Mahé, Seychelles
Tel:+248 32 23 62 / 77 01 54, Fax:+248 32 11 21Howard [ Just Imagine ] 12-Apr-2009
Port Launay (Marina)
Marinas and places to moor.
Beautiful Launay Beach (Plage de Port Launay).
The beaches and granite crops will simply take your breath away, reminding you the almighty power of nature.
The sand is fine white powder.
Moorings here and just north of the airport, on the eastern side of Mahe.Howard [ Just Imagine ] 17-Jan-2010
Saint Anne National park (Anchorage)
Safe anchorage in national park. Good snorkeling .Wide variety of fish.
Best protection from SE WindsHoward [ Just Imagine ] 17-Jan-2010
Cousin Island (Anchorage)
Surrounded by beach with only a few houses on the outside of the trees.
Bird sanctuary. Not to be missed.
Couple places to moor your boat where a taxi boat can bring you to shore. You are only allowed to stay moored here during the day and staying over night is not possible.
The Royal Society for Nature Conservation owns the island and makes the rules.
The island is only 27 hectares and offers some of the rarest birds and animals (millipede for example) found in the world.
It will cost you about $25 dollars to visit for the day and stay from 10 am till the afternoon.Howard [ Just Imagine ] 17-Jan-2010
Grande Soure (Anchorage)
Drop anchor on the west or east side.
Privately owned island, but open from 1000 -1500 on weekdays. You must stay on your boat after these hours.
Grande Anse beach on the east side can’t be missed and the water is stunningly clear.
There’s a reef that makes for some of the most incredible snorkeling around.
Bring all the supplies you’ll need for the day or two.
For the weekend, cheapest rooms costs €475.Howard [ Just Imagine ] 17-Jan-2010