Welcome to Pearls of the Seychelles

Pearls of Seychelles offer a variety of exciting cruises to suit your preferences. Our discovery cruises, snorkeling cruises, and fishing cruises are designed to cater to your every need. We welcome you aboard our comfortable and spacious catamaran, which offers the best way to explore the islands.

Imagine waking up every morning to a new and stunning beach, surrounded by the most beautiful landscapes of the Indian Ocean. You will have the opportunity to experience nature at its purest form, as you explore the islands of your choice. Pearls of Seychelles experienced crew, which includes a skilled skipper, talented cook, and gracious hostess, are at your service throughout your journey. You will have the opportunity to practice boatmanship and navigation as you learn from our crew members. The crystal-clear waters surrounding the islands are perfect for snorkelling, where you can marvel at the vibrant marine life and thriving coral reefs. For fishing enthusiasts, we offer big game fishing and fly fishing at sea, where you can try your luck at catching some of the region's most prized fish species. Whether you are looking for a family holiday, a getaway with friends, or a sailing, fishing, or diving adventure, our crew is capable of catering to your every need. Let us know your preferences, and we will direct your cruise accordingly, ensuring an unforgettable experience that will stay with you for a lifetime



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    Exploring the Seychelles Islands by catamaran is an incredible way to discover the stunning beauty of the Indian Ocean. The archipelago is comprised of 115 islands that showcase the grand diversity of Seychelles. Each island has its unique character and personality, much like a large and diverse family. These islands are scattered over 1,400,000 sq km. of the ocean, offering visitors ample opportunities to explore and discover the hidden gems of the region. It's no wonder that every visitor to Seychelles wants to explore as many islands as possible during their stay. The Seychelles islands can be divided into two categories: the 41 'inner' granitic islands and the 'outer' coral islands. The 'inner' granitic islands are the backbone of Seychelles' tourism offerings, providing visitors with a wide range of services and amenities. These islands are easily accessible through a selection of day trips and excursions, making them a popular choice for tourists. On the other hand, the 'outer' coral islands are more remote and require at least an overnight stay to fully appreciate their beauty. These islands are often overlooked by tourists, but they offer an unparalleled opportunity to experience nature in its purest form. Cruising the Seychelles Islands on a catamaran is the perfect way to explore both the 'inner' granitic and 'outer' coral islands. It's a dream vacation that offers the chance to discover the beauty of the Indian Ocean at your own pace. So, come aboard and experience the magic of Seychelles with Pearls of Seychelles.


    Aride Island represents one of the world’s most interesting ecosystems and has become one of the shiniest jewels in the Seychelles ornithological crown. In 1975 it was declared a Special Reserve under Seychelles law and is administered by The Royal Society for Nature Conservation..


    Alphonse is the most remote island with a hotel, 400 kilometers southwest of Mahé. Its attractions include some of the best diving in the Indian Ocean, with forests of Gorgonian fan corals, huge schools of pelagic fish, and many colorful reef fish.



    Aldabra Atoll - African banks is an amazing example of one of the world’s untouched environments and most fragile ecosystems. The world’s largest raised coral atoll, it consists of 13 islands that make up one-third of Seychelles’ land mass, the whole of Mahé can fit inside its lagoon.


    Curieuse Island lies about two kilometres (one mile) to the north-east of Praslin, this island of about three kilometres (two miles) long was first given the name Ile Rouge on account of its red earth. As part of the Marine Park the island is strictly protected and only a few families live there. 

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    Farguhar atoll

    Farquhar Atoll lies 770 kilometers south-southwest of Victoria. It is the largest true atoll of Seychelles, covering an area of about 17,800 hectares. There are ten islands. The two main islands, North Island and South Island, make up 97% of the landmass of 799 hectares.

    Astove island

    The islands of Astove Island and Charlotte that make up the atoll is located roughly 35 km south-west of Cosmoledo Atoll. This atoll forms part of the remote jewels scattered throughout the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, namely the Outer Islands of the Seychelles



    The Seychelles is comprised of a granitic archipelago that includes several main islands. Mahe, the largest and most significant island, is home to the capital city of Victoria. In addition to Mahe, the archipelago boasts other significant islands, including Pralin and La Digue, as well as smaller and wilder islands that are equally stunning. These main islands are the epitome of postcard-perfect beauty that the Seychelles is renowned for. They are among the most beautiful and widely recognized of all the islands in the region, attracting visitors from around the world. The unique character and charm of each island are captured perfectly in their pristine beaches, turquoise waters, and lush greenery. Mahe, with its bustling city life, serves as the hub of activity and the gateway to the Seychelles. It is a melting pot of cultures and traditions, providing visitors with a unique experience that combines the best of modern amenities with a rich historical heritage. La Digue, on the other hand, is an island frozen in time, where life moves at a slower pace, and nature takes center stage. Pralin, with its stunning beaches and crystal-clear waters, offers visitors a glimpse into the unspoiled beauty of the Seychelles. The smaller and wilder islands provide visitors with a sense of adventure and exploration, offering a chance to discover hidden coves and quiet corners of the archipelago that few others have seen. All in all, the granitic archipelago of Seychelles is a treasure trove of natural beauty, culture, and history that offers something for everyone.


    • By South-East wind: Mahé - Silhouette - Praslin - Curieuse - La Digue - Mahé.
    • By North-West wind: Mahé - Praslin - Curieuse - Big sister - La Digue - Mahé.
    If you are seeking an off-the-beaten-path adventure, we recommend exploring the stunning islands of Bird and Denis, which are located halfway between the remote and main islands. These islands offer a unique and authentic Seychellois experience that is unmatched anywhere else in the world. Bird Island is a nature lover's paradise, with its pristine beaches, crystal-clear waters, and diverse wildlife. It is home to an array of seabirds, including the sooty tern, and green sea turtles that nest on its shores. Visitors can explore the island's nature reserve, take guided nature walks, and indulge in some world-class fishing. Denis Island, on the other hand, is a private island that offers visitors an exclusive and luxurious experience. With its stunning beaches, azure waters, and lush tropical gardens, it is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Visitors can indulge in a range of activities, including kayaking, snorkeling, and diving, or simply unwind and soak up the sun.


    If you're a nature enthusiast or simply someone who's always dreamed of disembarking on a deserted island, then the Seychelles' 72 remote coral islands are the perfect destination for you. However, reaching these islands requires at least 12 hours of navigation, making it a true adventure for those who dare to explore. The remote islands are made up of coral reefs that sit on top of an ancient volcano, creating a unique landscape that is unlike anything else in the world. With their pristine beaches, crystal-clear waters, and abundant marine life, these islands offer visitors a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the true essence of the Seychelles. The remote islands are also home to a variety of rare and endangered species, including the giant tortoise, the Aldabra rail, and the hawksbill turtle. Visitors can explore the islands' nature reserves, take guided tours, and learn about the islands' fascinating history and culture. Whether you're an experienced sailor or a first-time visitor, the remote islands of the Seychelles offer a truly unforgettable experience. So why not embark on an adventure of a lifetime and discover the beauty and wonder of these remote islands with Pearls of Seychelles?



    If you're new to catamaran cruising or exploring the Seychelles islands, then our cruise is the perfect choice for you. With our expert crew, you'll be able to discover a different island every evening and wake up to a new adventure each day. After just two to three hours of navigation per day, you'll have the opportunity to explore some of the most beautiful and remote beaches in the world. Our cruise offers a range of activities for all types of travelers. Whether you're an experienced sailor or a first-time fisherman, you can practice sailing, big game fishing, fly fishing, and snorkeling during your journey. Our expert crew will be on hand to provide you with guidance and assistance, making sure that you get the most out of your experience. As you explore the islands, you'll discover the stunning landscapes and diverse wildlife that make the Seychelles such a unique and special place. From the granite cliffs of Mahe to the pristine beaches of Praslin and La Digue, you'll be able to experience the beauty and wonder of this extraordinary archipelago. So why not join us on our cruise and experience the magic of the Seychelles for yourself? With our comfortable catamaran and expert crew, you're sure to have the adventure of a lifetime.


    The Seychelles archipelago is home to some of the most stunning islands in the world, and our cruise allows you to discover some of the most breathtaking destinations in the region. During your journey, you'll have the opportunity to explore the main islands of Mahé, Praslin, and La Digue, as well as other gems like Curieuse, Little Sister, Big Sister, and Silhouette. While the itinerary is carefully planned out, we understand that every traveler has their own unique preferences and interests. That's why our experienced skipper is always available to help you customize your route based on your individual preferences. Whether you're interested in exploring hidden coves, discovering secluded beaches, or experiencing the local culture, our skipper will be there to show you the best places to visit. The skipper's expertise also extends to the best anchorage locations based on the current weather conditions. Safety is always a top priority, and our skipper will work closely with you to ensure that your choices are in line with the safety standards of the boat and its passengers. With our attentive crew, you can relax and enjoy the stunning beauty of the Seychelles in complete comfort and safety.


    Deep sea fishing in Seychelles is an incredible experience for any fishing enthusiast. With its crystal-clear waters and abundant marine life, Seychelles offers some of the best deep sea fishing in the world. The Indian Ocean waters surrounding Seychelles are home to a wide variety of game fish, including marlin, sailfish, tuna, wahoo, and dorado, making it a dream destination for avid fishermen. Our fishing cruises provide you with all the necessary equipment, including rods, reels, and bait, as well as the expertise of our experienced crew, who are passionate about fishing and will help you land the big one. Whether you're a seasoned angler or a novice, deep sea fishing in Seychelles is an unforgettable experience that will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime.



    The Seychelles is one of the most beautiful places on earth, a destination we know once you visit will create memories that will last your life time. This is an invitation to visit the Seychelles through our eyes, and if you fall in love with the idea of cruising, to book a charter  to the beautiful Seychelles Islands aboard “Poerava” a power catamaran.  


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