Indian Ocean

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The archipelagos of the Indian Ocean are some of the most glamorous nautical destinations in the world. The most popular ones besides Mauritius and Madagascar are the Maldives and Seychelles.

Picturesque beaches, turquoise waters and a colorful marine life in an overall tranquil setting, make these paradisiacal islands to a appreciated yachting destination for those looking for time away from the noises of everyday life.


The Maldives is a tropical nation in the Indian Ocean that includes 26 ring-shaped atolls with more than 1,000 coral islands. Known for their picturesque beaches, crooked palm trees, blue lagoons and far-reaching reefs, they are a popular vacation spot for the high society.

Relax and enjoy an afternoon nap to the soft sound of the sea, take a trip to Maaya Thila and dive into the colorful underwater world of the Maldives or let yourself be enchanted by the charm of the residents on a walk through the capital Male on the island of Motu. As night falls, explore the bioluminescent natural spectacle at Vaadhoo in the Raa atoll, when phytoplankton causes the famous “Sea of Stars”, bathing the beach in an otherworldly blue glow. A yachting holiday in the Maldives can leave you feeling awe and wonder.

Yacht Charter Maldives
Yacht Charter Seychelles


The Seychelles are an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean off the east coast of Africa and northeast of Madagascar, famous for their lush green hills and white sand beaches. With an overwhelming variety of marine life and natural beauty, these islands offer anything but the usual.

The largest island is Mahe, home to the main port and capital Victoria as well as some of the most picturesque bays like Beau Vallon, Baie Ternay, Anse Soleil and Royal. From there you might want to set sail and head to Praslin, home to the National Park, one of the Seychelles UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and adorned with its tropical greenery, smooth shaped rocks and white beaches. That the Seychelles are actually home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, just speaks for themselves.