Small Ship Cruises

Seychelles 3-Nights Cruise


28 Jun 2023 –
25 Dec 2024


4 days

From €1300 / per person


There aren’t many places on Earth where hawks-bill turtles feel so unthreatened that they come ashore in broad daylight to lay their eggs. These exotic Gallic outposts were made for exploring by sea, with BBQ breaks on deserted islands, every-day swimming stops, and walking tours through the lush interiors. Scattered across the Indian Ocean, some 1,000 miles east of Kenya, these 115 islands offer everything from unsurpassed white sandy beaches to UNESCO Heritage Sites and incredible wildlife.

Day By Day

Day 1 | Wednesday 

Baie St. Anne, Praslin – Felicite – La Digue

Today is all about going where the wind takes us – figuratively and literally! After an optional tour to Vallee de Mai, the green heart of Praslin often described as a Garden of Eden, we’ll set off for Felicite or Grand Soeur. Wherever we end up, we guarantee you fun in the beautiful Seychelles sun. Evening sail to La Digue where we’ll anchor for the night.

Day 2 | Thursday 

La Digue – Moyenne Island

Join us for an optional morning excursion where our knowledgeable guides will take you to L’Union Estate Farm for a tour of a coconut oil mill. Spend the early afternoon souvenir shopping at La Passe, or idle the time away at Anse Source D’Argent beach. This is another beach well-known for being one of the world’s most beautiful. What can we say, the Seychelles will spoil you. Late afternoon sail to Moyenne Island, overnight at anchor.

Day 3 | Friday 

Moyenne Island – Mahe – Inter Island Quay

Your last day with us in the Seychelles is equal parts food and swimming. Dive into those sparkling waters for one last time at Moyenne before enjoying a barbecue on deck. Late afternoon we’ll head back to where it all began – Mahe – for our signature Captain’s Farewell dinner with live music. Dancing isn’t required, but very much smiled upon. Overnight in Mahe.

Day 4 | Saturday 

Mahe/Victoria (Inter Island Quay)

Mahe, Victoria (9AM)
Get ready to disembark, but first enjoy a breakfast on board. We never like saying goodbye, so instead let us say we hope to sea you soon!

In case of severe weather conditions our expertly designed routes are adjusted ensuring your safety & comfort by applying our rich marine knowledge, garnered since 1949.
Stay flexible – Adventure on.


Giant tortoises, rare bird life and pristine beaches

A small granitic island providing a safe haven for a number of endangered bird species, notably the Seychelles fody, Seychelles warbler, Seychelles magpie robin and Seychelles blue-pigeon. Dense concentrations of nesting seabirds show no fear of humans, allowing for fabulous photo opportunities.

The world’s most photographed beach

Explore this tranquil island like a local, strolling or biking along picturesque, sandy roads. Pass quaint houses and shops. You may catch a glimpse of La Digue’s paradise flycatcher, a bird with a distinctive black plumage. Spend time on one of the world’s most photographed beaches, Anse Source d’Argent.

Yachting in the Seychelles

Back on deck, enjoy deck-side BBQ; take out the kayaks, snorkel or swim from the ship’s swimming platform and marvel at hundreds of species of rainbow-hued fish, as well as manta rays, spinner dolphins and green and hawks-bill turtles. or dip into the mini-spa on the lower deck for some seaside pampering. Step in tune with nature or swim with the turtles while enjoying an intimate floating home that offers every comfort.




Dates & Rates

Category C

12-13 sq.m. / 130-140 sq.ft.
Sun Deck
Twin Beds
With windows



Port Charges €215

Category B

11.50-18 sq.m. / 124-195 sq.ft.
Main or Sun Deck
Double or Twin Beds
With windows



Port Charges €215

Category A

16-19 sq.m. / 173-205 sq.ft.
Main or Upper Deck
Double or Twin Beds
With windows



Port Charges €215

Category P

19 sq.m. / 205 sq.ft.
Main Deck
Double Beds
With windows



Port Charges €215