Charter a luxury yacht around the Seychelles islands
Home to numerous white-sand beaches, turquoise inlets, giant palm trees and the famous Coco-de-Mer nuts. Lying 1000 miles off the coast of East Africa, the 115 islands of the Seychelles archipelago are some of the most beautiful on the planet. The 41 inner islands are the oldest granite islands on earth, while the 74 low lying reef islands are the definition of paradise with lush tropical forests and exotic wildlife.
Ahoy Club offers over 60 yachts available for charter in the Seychelles. Temperatures are warm year-round, with the best time to visit is in April and May, or October and November when the waters are warm.
Day 1: EDEN ISLAND
A warm welcome awaits you and your guests as you board your private yacht. Spend the afternoon relaxing on the sundeck or better still make the most of your yacht’s water toys by snorkelling in the clear blue waters around Beau Vallon beach.
Watch the sunset whilst sipping a cocktail on deck before enjoying a delicious meal prepared by the yachts culinary team.
DAY 2: FREGATE ISLAND
Your first morning calls for a leisurely breakfast whilst you cruise to Fregate Island. It’s here you will spot the Green Turtles who nest on the beaches. Spend the day exploring the conservation areas or practising your deep-sea fishing.
Spa treatments are a necessity when on holiday and The Rock Spa is not somewhere to be missed. Enjoy a spa treatment in the afternoon. All their products are made with natural ingredients grown on Fregate Island.
Enjoy a scrumptious BBQ on deck with a variety of local delicacies before retiring to your cabin for a peaceful night’s sleep.
DAY 3: LA DIGUE
One of the most photographed beaches on the planet, Anse Source d’Argent with its impressive granite rock formations. Utilize your yachts water toys and explore this stunning island by kayak or take the tender to secluded bays only accessibly by boat. Purchase some of the locally produced coconut oil to take back home with you – it’s great for moisturising.
Another day, another dinner but this time it’s with a twist. Allow the crew to theme your evening on deck; themed evenings are a fun and interactive night for all onboard.
DAY 4: ARIDE ISLAND
Aride is the northernmost island of the granitic Seychelles. It is approximately 1.6km long and 0.6km wide, so it won’t take you long to explore. The Seychelles has many beautiful islands but Aride is considered the best one. It’s often said if you have not seen Aride, you have not seen Seychelles! Blessed with a wealth of natural treasures Aride has remained a wild and beautiful paradise. Spend the day relaxing on the white sand beaches, snorkelling the azure-blue waters.
Enjoy dinner on the beach, backdropped by another stunning sunset.
DAY 5: PRASLIN ISLAND
Praslin, the second largest island in Seychelles. It is here that you can visit the Vallee-de-Mai, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the only place on earth where the giant Coco-de-Mer nut grows in its natural state. The whole of the island is designated as a national park and there is a conservation station for breeding the Aldabra Giant Tortoise. Don’t forget to listen out for the trill of the rare Black Parrot.
After a day in paradise, your crew will have prepared a delicious meal for you and your guests under the stars with wines to match.
DAY 6: NORTH ISLAND
After a scrumptious breakfast on the deck, it’s time to explore the island with a leisurely hike. This is a tiny island but there are many beautiful beaches and coves. Your crew can prepare a picnic for you and your guests to enjoy with panoramic views.
The Piazza Bar & Lounge offers gracious candlelit dining with the gentle sounds of the ocean setting the scene for a romantic evening in the Seychelles. Chef Akira Back uses the freshest ingredients from both land and sea to give you a sumptuous dining experience.
DAY 7: SILHOUETTE ISLAND
Enjoy your morning coffee on deck as the yacht relocates to Silhouette Island. Today we recommend a hike in Mount Daubon, as the centre of the island is a national park home to hundreds of birds. After lunch on deck, you can enjoy the yacht’s water toys or an afternoon swim.
Let the crew prepare a delicious meal on your penultimate evening on deck.
DAY 8: PORT LAUNAY
Your final day on charter we couldn’t let you leave the stunning Seychelles without one last swim and snorkel. Port Launay is teeming with colourful fish and other marine life. The beach itself is large and wide with white sand and plenty of shady trees to rest under.
Enjoy one last BBQ on deck with delicious cocktails as the sunsets on another wonderful holiday in the Seychelles.