Sail in the Seychelles's Garden of Eden

The most beautiful beaches of the archipelago within reach

Sail in the Seychelles's Garden of Eden

Scattered across the Indian Ocean, the 115 islands of the Seychelles archipelago form a true corner of paradise. You will have 8 days to conquer this destination full of incredible surprises: spectacular granite rocks, white sandy beaches, colourful seabeds, tropical forests populated by indigenous species, culinary specialties... The full board formula is ideal for spending a holiday in complete tranquillity. To make your trip more enjoyable, we will offer optional excursions throughout your cruise.

Cruise Highlights

  • The excursion in the Valley of May
  • The diversity of the flora and fauna of the archipelago
  • Guided tours accompanied by local rangers

Your Boat

  • Pegasos
  • 21 total cabins
  • 44 people max
  • 18 crew members

Let yourself be charmed by Pegasos, a 45-metre-long ship that takes you on a journey with its name alone. On board, you will find all the comfort of a hotel spread over 4 decks. On the upper deck, the lounge bar is the perfect place to get to know each other better over a drink. Your meals will be served on the same deck, either in the indoor dining room or in the outdoor restaurant, which offers a magnificent view of the ocean. The sun deck with its 360° view will undoubtedly be your favourite spot on the boat. Take advantage of the deckchairs to relax in the sun. Massages can also be offered in the Spa (extra charge).


The owner reserves the right to replace with a different boat model of the same quality and performance

Your Cabin

With its 21 cabins (2 of category P, 14 of category A, 3 of category B and 2 of category C) Pegasos can accommodate 44 passengers. All cabins are air-conditioned (individually adjustable) and equipped with television (local channels only), audio system, telephone (for internal use only), mini safe, mini fridge, bathroom with shower, hairdryer and private toilet.

  • Double cab - Category C

    Double cab - Category C

    These cabins are located on the sun deck. They have two twin beds and a small window.

  • Double cab - Category B

    Double cab - Category B

    These cabins are located on the sun deck or on the main deck. They have one double bed or two twin beds and a large window.

  • Double cab - Category A

    Double cab - Category A

    These cabins are located on the upper or main deck. They have one double bed or two twin beds and a large window.

  • Double cab - Category P

    Double cab - Category P

    These cabins are located on the front of the main deck. They have one double bed or two twin beds and a large window.

Itinerary of your cruise

You will sail among the most beautiful islands of the archipelago alongside a professional and attentive crew. Your daily stopovers allow you to fully enjoy these idyllic islands. You will discover the legendary giant turtles of the Seychelles, but also the inevitable coconut shells. Your free time will be perfect to stroll at your own pace in this haven of peace.


DAY 1: Mahé (Victoria Harbour) - Sainte-Anne
Your boarding is scheduled between 3 and 4 p.m. on the Inter Island Pier in Victoria Harbour. Once on board, the crew will take you to your cabin. You will then be invited to a welcome cocktail and get to know the other passengers. The captain will briefly introduce you to the safety briefing and your program for the week. You will then leave the port to reach the beautiful island of Sainte-Anne. Welcome dinner and night at anchor.

DAY 2 : Sainte-Anne - Curious
Morning departure to Curieuse, an uninhabited island belonging to the Seychelles National Park. It is home to the giant turtles of the archipelago, but also to the famous coco de mer (also known as coco-buttock due to their subjective shape). For those who wish, it is possible to follow a local guide to explore the mangroves and visit the farm that houses young turtles. You then return to the beach to enjoy a delicious barbecue. You will have the afternoon to wander around Curieuse, or simply lie down under a palm tree to enjoy the calm of the island. Dinner and night at anchor.

DAY 3 : Curieuse - Cousin - Anse Lazio (Praslin)
At dawn, the crew weighed anchor and set course for Cousin. Once privately owned, this granite island was bought in 1968 by the National Council for the Protection of Birds, becoming a nature reserve. Every year, Cousin welcomes more than 250,000 seabirds that come here to lay their eggs. On the spot, you can observe indigenous passerines (the Seychelles' bearberry, the foudi, the song magpie...) but also sea birds (the white gygis, the noodi, the yellow-billed phaeton...). Back on the boat, you sail to Praslin, to anchor in front of the irresistible beach of Anse lazio. You will put on flippers, masks and snorkels to explore the seabed. Dinner and overnight on board.

DAY 4 : Anse Lazio - Arid - Saint-Pierre - Baie de Ste-Anne (Praslin)
This morning, the ship is heading for Aride. Contrary to its evocative name, it is far from being a desert! It even hides Wright's Gardenia, an endemic plant that grows only on this island. We will propose you to walk in the heart of its wild nature alongside a ranger who will guide you to the top of the island (optional). Seen from above, the panorama is breathtaking! Lunch on board, then sail to Saint-Pierre Island. Its translucent water will incite you to dive to discover the beauty of its underwater fauna and flora. At sunset, you will set sail for the bay of Ste-Anne. Creole evening, animated by local dancers. Night at the dock.

DAY 5 : Baie de Ste-Anne - Felicite or Grand Soeur - La Digue
Optional excursion to the rainforest of the Vallée de Mai. Often associated with the mythical Garden of Eden, this UNESCO World Heritage site conceals the famous coconut palms, whose fruit weighs an average of 25 kg. It is also in the middle of its palm trees that the last black parrots (an endangered species) hide. Your journey continues to Felicite (or Grande Sœur). This island renowned for its diving spots will be the perfect place for snorkeling enthusiasts. You may come across turtles, leopard rays, surgeon fish... You leave at the end of the afternoon and arrive at La Digue in the evening. Dinner and night on board.

DAY 6 : La Digue - Average
Optional half-day excursion to La Digue, one of the most photographed islands of the archipelago thanks to its imposing granite rocks. During your trip, you will pass by the Union plantation located on the sublime Anse Source d'Argent beach. You will finish by Union Estate, a former coconut plantation. You will discover an old copra mill, which used to make coconut oil. You will return to the ship in the late afternoon. The captain will cast off in the direction of Middle Island, with its fabulous stories of piracy. Dinner and overnight on board.

DAY 7 : Moyenne - Mahé (Victoria Harbour)
You set foot on land and start the guided tour of the island with a ranger. You then go to the beach, where the crew has prepared delicious barbecue grills for you (weather permitting). Take advantage of your afternoon to stroll around the island, relax on the warm sand and swim among the fish. Back on board, you set sail for Mahé. During the crossing, you can get ready for the captain's dinner, which will take place in a friendly and warm atmosphere. The evening will end with music. Night on board.

DAY 8 : Mahé (Victoria Harbour)
Disembarkation after breakfast around 9am.

Mahé (Victoria Harbour)  St. Anne's  Curious  Cousin  Aride  St. Peter's  St. Anne's Bay  Congratulations  La Digue  Average  Mahé (Victoria Harbour)

Discover our fully customisable services to help you organise your holiday.

Serenity Service: Booking of your flight tickets.
Extension Service: Booking of accommodation and/or excursions before or after your cruise.

For more information, please contact your advisor or consult our FAQ section at the bottom of the page.

The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions


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Price includes

  • Accommodation in double or twin air-conditioned cabins, with private bathroom and toilet (in category P, A, B or C according to selection)
  • Crew Services (English speaking)
  • Full board (from dinner on day 1 to breakfast on day 8)
  • Welcome Cocktail
  • Captain's Dinner
  • Beverages: water, tea and filter coffee
  • Beach towels
  • Fishing and snorkeling equipment (subject to availability)
  • Guaranteed departure from 12 participants

Price does not include

  • Flights
  • Transfers to and from the airport to the sailboat
  • Beverages: juice and alcohol
  • Gratuities to the crew (13 to 15 € /day /person)
  • Personal expenses on board (laundry, shop...) and at stopovers
  • Wi-Fi connection (extra charge)
  • Optional visits and excursions (to be booked and paid for on site)
  • Port taxes: 395 € /person
  • Tourism environmental tax: 25 Seychellois rupees (~€1.70)/person/night to be paid locally in cash
  • Immigration form to be completed at least 3 days before departure

Frequently asked questions

  • Is everyone on board English-speaking?

    Please note that this cruise is not exclusive to English travelers. It is quite common to meet people of various nationalities on board as we offer cruises to international clientele - encouraging curious and enriching exchanges for both passengers and crew.
    Crew members are multilingual and qualified to offer multilingual service.
  • How do I book an optional excursion?

    You can pre-book your chosen excursion(s) when booking your cruise. You also can book once you are on-site, subject to availability.
  • What happens if the excursion I have booked cannot take place?

    Excursions may be cancelled due to a lack of participants or changes to the itinerary. In this case, any excursion prepayment will be converted into on-board credits. These credits can then be used for alternative excursions or expenses on board (bar or laundry). These credits have no monetary value and cannot be refunded or saved for future cruises or transferred to other passengers.
  • What are the optional excursions?

    During your stopovers, you will be able to take part in visits or excursions (optional) accompanied by local guides, according to your wishes. These are not included in the price of your cruise. They must be booked and paid for on the spot. They are subject to a minimum number of 14 participants.

    Below are the possible excursions:
    Praslin :
    You will discover the Vallée de Mai nature reserve (UNESCO) and the Côte d'Or beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in the Seychelles. The Vallée de Mai is a tropical forest that is home to the coco de mer, a palm tree that produces the largest seed in the world. You may be lucky enough to spot a black parrot, whose species is endangered. Upon arrival at the Gold Coast beach, refreshments will be served. You can then swim or simply relax on the warm sand.
    Duration of the excursion: about 3h30
    Fee: about 89 € /person (including bus transport, entrance fees and the services of an English-speaking guide)

    La Digue :
    You leave La Passe to join Union Estate with a local guide. You will discover a Creole house and an old coconut factory. Your excursion will continue on the beach of Anse Source d'Argent, a true paradise for snorkeling enthusiasts and photographers.
    Duration of the excursion: about 3h30
    Fee: about 68 € /person (including bus transportation, entrance fees and the services of an English-speaking guide)


  • The above-mentioned rates are strictly indicative. They are subject to change without notice.
  • Each excursion will be confirmed with a minimum number of participants.
  • All visits are English-speaking.
  • Private French-speaking excursions can be organised (on request), subject to the availability of a French-speaking guide and a minimum number of participants (the crew will inform customers of the price).
  • As the pace of the visits is very fast, we advise participants to be in good physical condition and to wear comfortable shoes adapted to slippery or uneven terrain.
  • Remember to bring sun cream, a hat and water to avoid dehydration.
  • For the visit of places of worship, a covering garment is required.

  • Can I use those services as an addition to my cruise?

    Our services are available to all clients who embark on our cruise. Our tailor-made offers are adapted to your needs and your budget.

    We have created two fully customisable offers:
    - Serenity Service: Booking of your flight tickets.
    - Extension Service: Booking of your accommodation (hotel, house, villa, etc.) and/or complementary activities such as excursions, guided tours, car rental, etc.

    Our dedicated advisors will be happy to assist you in your holiday planning.
  • What documents are required for your trip to the Seychelles?

    French nationals must be in possession of a valid passport and your return or onward ticket.
    A visa is not required for stays of less than 3 months.

    This information is subject to change by the authorities of the country visited. It is not uncommon for border crossing rules to change. We therefore strongly advise you to refer to the "travel advice" section of the France Diplomatie website:
  • What are the recommended vaccinations to go to the Seychelles?

    No vaccine is mandatory but some are recommended (diphtheria-tetanus-polio (DTP); rubella-mumps-measles (MMR) in children; tuberculosis vaccination is also desirable).
    Vaccinations against typhoid fever and hepatitis A and B are sometimes offered.

    Yellow fever vaccination is mandatory for all travellers from countries where there is a risk of transmission (a list of which can be found at the following link: A valid international vaccination certificate must be presented upon arrival in the Seychelles.

    Before travelling abroad, we advise you to consult the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Who's in charge of the airlift to the Seychelles?

    Your plane tickets can be booked by the GlobeSailor team. You just have to specify it to your adviser when booking your cruise.
  • How are my transfers between the airport and the boat organized?

    Your transfers are not included in your cruise package, however they can be organized by your Globe Sailor consultant and the base manager by taxi or minibus. The payment of this service is generally to be made with GlobeSailor at the time of the payment of the balance or directly on the spot in cash. Don't forget to inform your adviser of your arrival time.
  • How are meals organised on board the boat?

    During your cruise, you benefit from the full board formula, including breakfasts, lunches (buffet) and dinners. Water, tea and coffee (filter) are at your disposal all day long. Softs and alcoholic beverages are not included. Please check the terms and conditions of your quotation. Your adviser will be able to send you the menus proposed on board on request. They are often prepared using fresh local produce. Please inform us as soon as possible if you are allergic to certain foods or if you are on a special diet.
    NB: Meals are served in the restaurant as a single course and you are free to choose your table. During the day, you may arrive in casual attire (bathing suits and bare feet are not accepted; gentlemen must wear a T-shirt). In the evening, a more formal attire is recommended.
  • What is the logbook?

    The logbook is deposited every day in your cabin. You will find the schedule of your day: excursions, departures, meals, activities... We suggest that you read it carefully and always have it with you. It will also be of great help to you during your stopover (departure times, boat contacts in case of emergency, useful addresses...).
  • What is the currency used on board?

    The official currency on board is the euro.
  • What is an onboard tab?

    You can open a boarding account/tab at the reception desk, at boarding. It allows you to group together all your personal expenses, payable at the end of the cruise, such as drinks at the bar, laundry, Wifi... Cash, as well as Mastercard, American Express and Visa bank cards are accepted. Personal or traveller's cheques are not accepted.
  • What does the guaranteed departure from 12 participants mean?

    The completion of your cruise is subject to a minimum number of 12 passengers. If this minimum is not reached, your Globe Sailor consultant will contact you at least 60 days before your departure date to propose a postponement.
  • What payments do I have to make to confirm my reservation?

    To confirm your booking, you must inform your GlobeSailor advisor who will make an option for you while you collect your deposit. The reservation will only be considered final once your deposit has been received (by bank transfer, Paypal or credit card), from 30 to 50% of the amount of the reservation. A deposit of 100% will be required for any reservation made less than one month before departure. The balance is due 60 days before departure at the latest.
  • What happens in case of cancellation?

    If you wish to make a cancellation, you should contact your GlobeSailor advisor as soon as possible. Whatever the circumstances, you will be charged the following cancellation fees, depending on when the cancellation is made: up to 90 days before departure = 30%; 89 to 60 days before departure = 50%; 59 to 30 days before departure = 75%; 29 days or less before departure = 100% of the total cost of your booking. We recommend that you sign up for cancellation insurance with your personal insurance provider.