1. Book The Eleuthera 60 Cruising Catamaran In Baie Sainte Anne, Seychelles
  2. Book The Eleuthera 60 Cruising Catamaran In Baie Sainte Anne, Seychelles
  3. Book The Eleuthera 60 Cruising Catamaran In Baie Sainte Anne, Seychelles

Book The Eleuthera 60 Cruising Catamaran In Baie Sainte Anne, Seychelles

Explore the aquamarine waters of Baie Sainte Anne, Seychelles aboard the Eleuthera 60 Cruising Catamaran for up to 10 person. Rate as low as $24,360 per week. Rates: • May 25 - May 4, 2019: $24,360 • May 5 - August 10, 2019: $17,220 • August 11 - 12, 2019: $21,168 • September 5 - 30, 2019: $17,220 • October 7 - December 21, 2019: $21,168 • December 22 - 30, 2019: $25,662 Rates may vary. Inquire for exact rates and availability. What You Can Expect: Discover the famous double coconuts, coco de mer, in Vallée de Mai and the Aldabra giant tortoises at Curieuse, a protected island. See the most photographed Seychelles scenery at St. Pierre islet or visit the scented vanilla plantations at Union Estate on La Digue, one of the most beautiful islands in the region. Go diving at Silhouette Island or sail to Coco Island and snorkel its arborescent corals. Enjoy bird watching at Aride Island, and the turtles at Cousin Island. There are also the larger islands of Mahé and Praslin to get to know. You’ll find stunning landscapes, relaxed island hopping and plenty of chances for swimming the reefs. Weather Temperatures are warm year-round between 79ºF and 82ºF in the Seychelles. The best time to visit is during the season transition in April/May and October/November when the water visibility is optimal at +30 meters, perfect for swimming, snorkeling and diving. It’s hot and humid between November and March with north-westerly trade winds and the wettest months are between December and February. It’s drier May to September and less humid with south-easterly trade winds. Sailing conditions between October and March in the Seychelles feature north-westerly trade winds averaging 8 to 12 knots. Between May and September the south-easterly winds blow between 10 and 20 knots, bringing cooler, windy conditions that are ideal for sailing. 7 Days November To April Itinerary Day 1: Head for Vallée de Mai in Baie Ste Anne, a valley protected by UNESCO with an enchanting path that winds through the enormous palm leaves of the famous coco de mer. Wherever you look, the foliage seems to go on and on. Spend the night anchoring in Baie Ste Anne. Day 2: Sail to La Digue, possibly the most beautiful island in the Seychelles. Anchor in Petite or Grande Anse, on La Digue’s south-east coast. It’s the third largest inhabited island, but isn’t overrun with tourists. The island is car-free and locals use ox and cart. Get around by bike and explore winding trails under tall palm trees, houses with palm-thatched roofs, copra factories, fine white sand beaches and large polished rocks. Day 3: Sail around the isles of Marianne and Félicité and anchor on the west coast of Grande Soeur for lunch. Experience the unforgettable snorkeling at Coco Island, just 7km north of La Digue, which is made of large rocks with strange regular stripes carved by the sea. The area has large arborescent corals where thousands of tropical fish swim in front of narrow breaks and dark caverns. Make for Curieuse and anchor for the night in Laraie Bay, on the east coast, or head back to Baie Ste Anne if you need supplies. Day 4: Say hello to the Aldabra giant tortoises at Curieuse, a protected island and bio-reserve. Take a 45-minute walk into mangrove and “coco fesse” trees, which leads you to the other side of the island, where there is a nice beach and small but interesting museum. Sail to St. Pierre islet, a mass of rounded rocks crowned with a clump of tall palms swaying gently in the wind. This is typical and superb Seychelles scenery, photographed on countless occasions and printed a million times in tourism magazines. It’s also an excellent spot for snorkeling with magnificent underwater scenery. Go back to Laraie Bay for the night. Day 5: Make for Aride Island, which is under the supervision of the Royal Society for Nature Conservation. Follow narrow paths through the dense vegetation, which leads to the rocky barrier in the north where you get a great view of the whole island. It’s a haven for a wide variety of seabirds, unique vegetation and rare land birds. The ten species of breeding seabird include the rare roseate tern and the red tailed tropicbird. It’s home to the world’s largest colony of lesser noddy, with more than 200,000 couples nesting there. Head back to Laraie Bay for the night. Day 6: Sail to Cousin Island, which is a nature reserve and bird sanctuary with rare species and an important breeding site for Hawksbill turtles. This small island, just 800 meters in diameter, can be visited from Monday to Friday in the mornings. During the season of south-easterly winds, the island is a nesting site for 80,000 breeding pairs of lesser noddies. Go back to Baie Ste Anne for the night. Day 7: Check out at the base. 7 Days May To October Itinerary: Day 1: Head for Vallée de Mai in Baie Ste Anne, a valley protected by UNESCO with an enchanting path that winds through the enormous palm leaves of the famous coco de mer. Wherever you look, the foliage seems to go on and on. Spend the night anchoring in Baie Ste Anne. Day 2: Sail to St. Pierre islet, a mass of rounded rocks crowned with a clump of tall palms swaying gently in the wind. This is typical and superb Seychelles scenery, photographed on countless occasions and printed a million times in tourism magazines. It’s also an excellent spot for snorkeling with magnificent underwater scenery. Sail onto Curieuse and stop in Anse san José. Say hello to the Aldabra giant tortoises at Curieuse, a protected island and bio-reserve. Take a 45-minute walk into mangrove and “coco fesse” trees, which leads you to the other side of the island, where there is a nice beach and small but interesting museum. Day 3: Sail to Cousin Island, which is a nature reserve and bird sanctuary with rare species and an important breeding site for Hawksbill turtles. This small island, just 800 meters in diameter, can be visited from Monday to Friday in the mornings. During the season of south-easterly winds, the island is a nesting site for 80,000 breeding pairs of lesser noddies. Go back to Baie Ste Anne for the night. Day 4: Sail to La Digue, possibly the most beautiful island in the Seychelles. Anchor in Petite or Grande Anse, on La Digue’s south-east coast. It’s the third largest inhabited island, but isn’t overrun with tourists. The island is car-free and locals use ox and cart. Get around by bike and explore winding trails under tall palm trees, houses with palm-thatched roofs, copra factories, fine white sand beaches and large polished rocks. Day 5: Sail around the isles of Marianne and Félicité and anchor on the west coast of Grande Soeur for lunch. Experience the unforgettable snorkeling at Coco Island, just 7km north of La Digue, which is made of large rocks with strange regular stripes carved by the sea. The area has large arborescent corals where thousands of tropical fish swim in front of narrow breaks and dark caverns. Make for Curieuse and anchor for the night in Laraie Bay, on the east coast, or head back to Baie Ste Anne if you need supplies. Day 6: Anchor west of Grande Soeur, a gorgeous island with two steep and rocky hillocks, linked together by low lying land and a beautiful beach. This is a resort island and the beach is closed to non-resort guests at the weekend. You’ll find fantastic snorkeling on the west coast where you can see marine turtles. Head back to Baie Ste Anne for the night. Day 7: Check out at the base. 12 Days November To April Itinerary Day 1: Head for Vallée de Mai in Baie Ste Anne, a valley protected by UNESCO with an enchanting path that winds through the enormous palm leaves of the famous coco de mer. Wherever you look, the foliage seems to go on and on. Spend the night anchoring in Baie Ste Anne. Day 2: Sail to La Digue, possibly the most beautiful island in the Seychelles. Anchor in Petite or Grande Anse, on La Digue’s south-east coast. It’s the third largest inhabited island, but isn’t overrun with tourists. The island is car-free and locals use ox and cart. Get around by bike and explore winding trails under tall palm trees, houses with palm-thatched roofs, copra factories, fine white sand beaches and large polished rocks. Day 3: Visit the Union Estate, where vanilla is grown, harvested and produced. Visit Veuve Special Reserve (open Monday to Friday), which protects the Seychelles Black Paradise Flycatcher on La Digue, as well as the Seychelles Sunbird, Bulbul and Terrapins. Day 4: Sail around the isles of Marianne and Félicité and anchor on the west coast of Grande Soeur for lunch. Experience the unforgettable snorkeling at Coco Island, just 7km north of La Digue, which is made of large rocks with strange regular stripes carved by the sea. The area has large arborescent corals where thousands of tropical fish swim in front of narrow breaks and dark caverns. Make for Curieuse and anchor for the night in Laraie Bay, on the east coast, for the night. Day 5: Sail onto Curieuse and stop in Anse san José. Say hello to the Aldabra giant tortoises at Curieuse, a protected island and bio-reserve. Take a 45-minute walk into mangrove and “coco fesse” trees, which leads you to the other side of the island, where there is a nice beach and small but interesting museum. Head to St. Pierre islet, a mass of rounded rocks crowned with a clump of tall palms swaying gently in the wind. This is typical and superb Seychelles scenery, photographed on countless occasions and printed a million times in tourism magazines. It’s also an excellent spot for snorkeling with magnificent underwater scenery. Go back to Baie Laraie for the night. Day 6: Make for Aride Island, which is under the supervision of the Royal Society for Nature Conservation and a conservation area. Follow narrow paths through the dense vegetation, which leads to the rocky barrier in the north where you get a great view of the whole island. It’s a haven for a wide variety of seabirds, unique vegetation and rare land birds. The ten species of breeding seabird include the rare roseate tern and the red tailed tropicbird. It’s home to the world’s largest colony of lesser noddy, with more than 200,000 couples nesting there. More than 300 species of fish have been identified in Aride coral reef and you may see some hawksbill turtles come to the surface. Go back to Baie Ste Anne to fill up with water. Day 7: Anchor for the night in Eden Island Marina, off Mahé, near the capital of Victoria. Explore the capital and visit the intricately decorated Hindu temple. Day 8: Explore the renowned market place in the morning, which gives a great opportunity for fresh provisioning. Sail down Mahé, and on the southern tip you’ll find the sandy Anse Takamaka and Anse Intendance beaches. Anchor in Baie Lazare for the night. Day 9: Sail along the Mahé coast to Thérèse island and Port Launay marine park, limited to the south east by the Pointe de l’Escalier, a geological phenomenon of flat layers of rock that appear like a giant stairway to the sea. Day 10: Head north of Mahé to Silhouette Island, which is a protected area with healthy coral and a popular spot with divers. Anchor in at La Passe and explore the white sand beaches and the Mount Dauban above the rainforest. For the night, head to Anse Cimetière, Ste Anne Marine Park, on the south coast. Day 11: Spend the morning snorkeling north-east of Ile Moyenne and then sail to Curieuse in the late morning. Anchor in Baie Laraie. Day 12: Sail to Cousin Island, which is a nature reserve and bird sanctuary with rare species and an important breeding site for Hawksbill turtles. This small island, just 800 meters in diameter, can be visited from Monday to Friday in the mornings. During the season of south-easterly winds, the island is a nesting site for 80,000 breeding pairs of lesser noddies. Go back to Baie Ste Anne for checkout at 5:00pm. 12 Days May To October Itinerary Day 1: Head for Vallée de Mai in Baie Ste Anne, a valley protected by UNESCO with an enchanting path that wanders through the enormous palm leaves of the famous coco de mer. Wherever you look, the foliage seems to go on and on. Spend the night anchorage in Baie Ste Anne. Day 2: Sail to La Digue, possibly the most beautiful island in the Seychelles. Anchor in Petite or Grande Anse, on La Digue’s south-east coast. It’s the third largest inhabited island, but isn’t overrun with tourists. The island is car-free and locals use ox and cart. Get around by bike and explore winding trails under tall palm trees, houses with palm-thatched roofs, copra factories, fine white sand beaches and large polished rocks. Day 3: Visit the Union Estate, where vanilla is grown, harvested and produced. Visit Veuve Special Reserve (open Monday to Friday), which protects the Seychelles Black Paradise Flycatcher on La Digue, as well as the Seychelles Sunbird, Bulbul and Terrapins. Day 4: Sail around the isles of Marianne and Félicité and anchor on the west coast of Grande Soeur for lunch. Experience the unforgettable snorkeling at Coco Island, just 7km north of La Digue, which is made of large rocks with strange regular stripes carved by the sea. The area has large arborescent corals where thousands of tropical fish swim in front of narrow breaks and dark caverns. Anchor north-west of Chauve Souris for the night or Anse Petite Cour on Praslin. Day 5: Sail to St. Pierre islet, a mass of rounded rocks crowned with a clump of tall palms swaying gently in the wind. This is typical and superb Seychelles scenery, photographed on countless occasions and printed a million times in tourism magazines. It’s also an excellent spot for snorkeling with magnificent underwater scenery. Sail onto Curieuse and stop in Anse san José. Say hello to the Aldabra giant tortoises at Curieuse, a protected island and bio-reserve. Take a 45-minute walk into mangrove and “coco fesse” trees, which leads you to the other side of the island, where there is a nice beach and small but interesting museum. Day 6: Make for Aride Island, which is under the supervision of the Royal Society for Nature Conservation and a conservation area. Follow narrow paths through the dense vegetation, which leads to the rocky barrier in the north where you get a great view of the whole island. It’s a haven for a wide variety of seabirds, unique vegetation and rare land birds. The ten species of breeding seabird include the rare roseate tern and the red tailed tropicbird. It’s home to the world’s largest colony of lesser noddy, with more than 200,000 couples nesting there. More than 300 species of fish have been identified in Aride coral reef and you may see some hawksbill turtles come to the surface. Go back to Baie Ste Anne to fill up with water. Day 7: Anchor for the night in Eden Island Marina, off Mahé, near the capital of Victoria. Explore the capital and visit the intricately decorated Hindu temple. Day 8: Visit the picturesque market place in the morning at Victoria as it’s a great opportunity for fresh provisioning. Sail up to Beauvallon Bay, the most popular tourist spot of Mahé, fringed by a superb beach lined with tall trees overshadowing small restaurants. If you prefer a quieter area head up to Anse Major, in the heart of the natural park of Morne Seychellois. It’s inaccessible by car and the coast, surrounded by steep hills, is particularly wild. Highly recommended for snorkeling. Day 9: Sail along the Mahé coast to Thérèse island and Port Launay marine park, limited to the south east by the Pointe de l’Escalier, a geological phenomenon of flat layers of rock that appear like a giant stairway to the sea. You can also head up to Anse la Mouche. Day 10: Head north of Mahé to Silhouette Island, which is a protected area with healthy coral and a popular spot with divers. Anchor in the north at Anse Mondon. Go back for the night to Ste Anne Marine Park, Anse Cabot, on the north of the island. Day 11: Anchorage for the night in Anse Lazio, the most comfortable mooring in Praslin. It might also be the most beautiful beach in the Seychelles. Day 12: Cousin Island is a nature reserve and bird sanctuary with rare species and some giant turtles. Less than 800 meters in diameter, the island can be visited on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. A small path leads to the turtle enclosure, then to the summit, through dense vegetation. The panoramic view is amazing, and is made even more awe-inspiring when tropical birds fly by. Go back to Baie Sainte Anne for checkout. What To Expect Onboard: The Eleuthera 60 Cruising Catamaran is a 2008 model. This Cruising Catamaran has 220 V converter, Air conditioning, Bath towels, Beach towels, Dish washer, Electric toilet, Generator, Watermaker, 25 hp Outboard Engine, Bimini Top, Self-tailing winches, Swimming ladder, Inverter, Autopilot, Coloured chart plotter, Depth sounder, Electric windlass, GPS, Radar, Speedometer, VHF, Wind Indicator, Wind speed indicator, CD player, LCD TV screen, Semi rigid dinghy, Cockpit Speakers, DVD, Fishing Gear,2 Sea kayak, and Snorkelling gear. Specification • Beam: 8,57 m • Displacement: 18/24 T • DRAFT: 1,45 m • Engine: 2 x 110 hp • Fuel: 1100 L • LOA: 18,28 m • Water Tank: 825 L • Maximum Capacity: 10 • Recommended Capacity: 8 • Double Bed: 5 • Showers: 5 • Toilets: 5 Sails • Full batten mainsail • Furling genoa If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.

Captain is included.
A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
Capacity
10 guests
Sailing
Cruising Catamaran
DY

Owner:DY

Our customers can book bareboat, crewed or by the cabin charters in some of the world’s most beautiful cruising grounds, such as the Grenadines, Croatia, Ionian islands, Tahiti and the Maldives. We’ve also developed new sailing areas, such as New Caledonia and Cuba. Our Promise to You While the company has expanded, our core values remain the same: - Diverse fleet of models and manufacturers with charters to suit every type of sailor - 50+ destinations and pioneering spirit to discover new sailing grounds - Firm commitment to customer service excellence - Friendly and knowledgeable bases - Trusted seller of new and used boats

Features & Details

Length
60ft
Year
2008
  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Air Conditioning
  • Watersports Equipment
  • Cabin
  • Wheel steering
  • Bimini
  • Autopilot
  • CD Player
  • Dinghy
  • Twin Engine
  • Generator
  • Inverter
  • Berth
  • Head
  • Furling Headsail
  • Furling Mainsail

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.

The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

Full refund up to 30 days prior.

Additional Terms & Information

Frequently Asked Question What is a crewed charter? Vacation in style and hire one of our all-inclusive, luxury crewed yachts for you and your guests’ exclusive use with an exciting destination tour and fine cuisine tailored to your preferences. A crewed charter is the ultimate in vacations and personalized to suit your tastes and plans. You do not need sailing experience as your yacht will come with its own crew of experienced professionals, including an experienced skipper and chef, who offer discrete, yet attentive five-star customer service. If your yacht is more than 60ft, there may be an additional crew member to look after you. Our crews are destination experts and will work with you to create your own bespoke itinerary suited to your vacation plans, with advice and recommendations to give you a unique experience. Your vacation will be fully catered with delicious meals prepared to your specification in advance of the charter. We will ask for your culinary preferences and the type and style of meals you and your guests enjoy so that the crew can carefully craft cuisine to match. We offer yachts with between four and six cabins, accommodating up to 12 guests. Our cabins are modern, comfortable double bedrooms with private bathrooms. You can hire our crewed fleet for a minimum of three to four nights, depending on the location, except during the Christmas holiday period when the minimum hire is for seven nights. Who makes up the crew on a crewed yacht charter? Your crew includes a skipper to sail the boat for you and a personal chef. If your chosen yacht is over a certain length, there may be an additional hostess in the crew. All our crews are handpicked for their expertise in sailing, cuisine and customer service, as well as destination knowledge. What is included? • Yacht and dinghy • Crew: Skipper and on board chef • Meals and drinks: Full board with all meals, snacks and drinks included. Particular drinks and brands can be sourced on request • Watersports: Snorkeling equipment, sea kayak and paddleboard • Entertainment: Flat-screen TV/DVD player entertainment centres and free unlimited Wi-Fi Air conditioning • Linen: Two sets of linen, towels and beach towels per cabin per week are provided. If you wish for more, we can talk to your about your preferences and advise • Cleaning: Housekeeping services for communal areas and cabins • Fees: mooring ball fees, depending on itinerary What is not included? • Gratuity: We suggest between 15-20% if you’re happy with the quality of the service • Marina & mooring fees: Depending on the itinerary • Cruising taxes and clearance fees: These are typically excluded • Meals ashore: If you wish to dine in local restaurants, this is not included in the price • Excursions ashore: If you wish to visit a local attraction, this is not included in the price • Flights, taxi transfers, and optional travel insurance: Not included in the price. We can arrange transfers from the airport to the marina and if you need this service, we can add to your quote • Scuba diving and more exclusive water toys: Can be sourced on request Will I be able to talk to the crew before we travel? This will be possible for our permanent crewed yachts. When will the meals be served? Meals will be served to suit your needs, although times may vary according to your preferred itinerary. Snacks are also served and available on board. Can we see sample menus? Yes. Can you look after special dietary requirements? This will be discussed before your charter so the meals and ingredients can be tailored to your preferences. Can I book a special cuisine for one night? We will do our best to source a specialist chef to make your dreams come true whether that is local or international cuisine. If you are celebrating a special milestone, such as a birthday or anniversary, let us know on your preference list pre-charter and we can arrange cakes, champagne and many other items that help you mark the occasion. Are their child or age restrictions? There are none, children are welcome. What happens if the weather changes? The captain may decide to change the itinerary if there is bad weather. How do guests get to the shore from the yacht? The crew takes guests to the show using a dinghy. What is the dress code? There is no dress code. What footwear should I wear onboard? Barefoot is best on board. Do life vests have to be worn on board? Life vests need to be worn. Can I use my hairdryer and hair straighteners on board? Usually you can, but it will depend on the boat so please check prior to arrival. Hairdryers are not provided in the cabins. Can I charge my mobile phone/tablet on board? Usually you can but it depends on the boat. How much cash should I carry? This is up to you. What is the smoking policy on the yachts? Smoking is only permitted in the very rear of the catamaran with respect given to non-smoking guests or by crew discretion.

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