Seychelles cruise – The best way to explore the 115 islets of the Seychelles archipelago.
Seychelles is one of the only destinations with a range of vastly different types of islands, each possessing their own unique features and characteristics. The cluster of inner islands represents the only mid-ocean granite islands in the world, the highest peaks of a submerged mountain range that drifted southwards into isolation when the supercontinent of Gondwanaland ruptured apart. These tiny islands essentially became an ‘armada’ of Noah’s Arks, with flora and fauna left to evolve on their own across millions of years, some unique to a single island.
The archipelago’s outer islands are of coralline formation, and feature the world’s largest coral atoll, Aldabra a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as pristine beaches in Seychelles with little to no inhabitation across these faraway isles.
This kind of diversity, as exciting as it sounds, leaves the traveller with an interesting dilemma – which islands should they visit and for how long? Where should they stay and how do they get there? Much of this depends on the individual, but for someone who wants to see and experience this unique brand of tropical diversity, experiencing the islands on a Seychelles cruise is a fantastic way to get the most out of a Seychelles holidays.
Cruises in Seychelles aboard S.Y. Sea Star, one of Silhouette Cruises' modern and very comfortable sailing yachts
Cruises in Seychelles aboard S.Y. Sea Bird, one of Silhouette Cruises' modern and very comfortable sailing yachts
Luxury Catamaran in the Seychelles
Luxury Yacht in Seychelles
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