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A sailing week in the Seychelles means waking up in the morning and jump into emerald warm water, swim among colorful fish with granite rocks sculpted by nature as background. Every day we will follow the wind to new bays. It will be easy to get used to the beauty of the area, the smiles of the people, the taste of freshly picked fruit and the night we will fall asleep under a new sky, conforted by the glow of the Southern Cross.
Itinerary (subject to change at the discretion of the captain in relation to weather and sea conditions):
Saturday: 14:00 h Boarding in Praslin and departure for Grande Anse (alternatively overnight in the port included in the fee)
Sunday: First swim in Ile Cousin (nature reserve) lunch at anchor and head for Anse Lazio where we will spend the night.
Monday: Day dedicated fully to visiting Ile Curieuse (nature reserve), snorkeling in the marine reserve and visit to the island where we will meet the giant tortoises that live there. In the evening we choose to have a barbecue on the beach.
Tuesday: Heading towards the Ilet de St. Pierre, the most photographed Islet in the world. Once there you will understand the reason why! After lunch we will decide whether move to Anse Volbert in the famous Cote D'Or, or return to the Marina in St. Anne for supplies and enjoy a Dinner Creole.
Wednesday: Finally addicted to the beauty of the area and to the wonderful sailing routine, we will sail between Grand Soeur where a sea turtle is already waiting on the seabed and Ile Coco a real aquarium in the open sea, and we will reach La Digue while the sun goes down.
Thursday: At la Digue we can rent bikes and visit the island, so that we can reach the famous Source d'Argent, set of countless Hollywood films, and other beautiful beaches that due to extremely wide coral reef surrounding the island are accessible only from the ground.
Friday: we will move to the South to Anse Coco, the beach preferred by your Skipper, and after lunch as slowly as possible we will sail to the port of Praslin where we will spend the night.
Saturday: Disembark in the morning.