Seychelles Pegasus Discovery Cruise
Fabulous Seychelles - With a choice of 3 Seychelles Discovery cruise programmes of 7, 4 or 3 nights, discover and capture the full natural beauty of the exotic Seychelles islands from the comfort of your cruise ship. Sail amongst these magnificent tropical islands and be amazed by the soft white beaches, warm turquoise waters, verdant rainforests, giant tortoises, unique species of flora and fauna living naturally amongst gigantic nature carved rock formations. This is Seychelles discovered in a relaxed and leisurely as never before.
Pegasus Accommodation Details
Pegasus accommodates up to 44 guests in 21 pleasantly furnished cabins. 3 cabins on the Sun Deck, 2 cabins on the Upper Deck and 16 cabins on the Main Deck. All cabins are outside facing with large windows, air conditioning, en suite bathrooms with shower, music system, TV/VCR unit, internal telephone service, mini safe and hairdryer. The cabins have either queen size or twin beds. Category A cabins 113, 114, 115, 116 have triple accommodation.
Life On Board
Day to day living takes place mainly around the indoor/outdoor Upper Deck lounge with its dining area and bar. Your meals are served in the handsomely appointed lounge from where guests enjoy fabulous views of the islands when either at anchor or at sea. The Pegasus Sun Deck boasts an array of sun loungers and is a perfect location from which to view the beauty of the Seychelles islands. From the stern of the Main Deck guests have access to transfer boats for island excursions, swimming, snorkelling and diving. (weather and anchorage permitting.
Your Seychelles Cruise Experience
The essence of our Pegasus Seychelles Cruise programme is for guests to discover the natural magic of the Seychelles. Seeing is believing in this wonderful world of small tropical islands scattered around the warm seas of the Indian Ocean.
Seychelles is a destination full of surprises and variety. No two islands are the same. See the hundreds of palm fringed soft white sand beaches with clear turquoise warm seas, friendly local people with their quaint customs and a whole range of diverse indigenous flora and fauna.
For example, take the giant Coco de Mer palm nut - the largest in the world - found in the Vallée de Mai on Praslin Island, where, we are reliably informed, General Gordon of the Sudan discovered this lush primeval valley in 1800 and aptly named it "The Original Garden of Eden" - now a Unesco site.
What can compare meeting up with one of the many thousands of giant tortoises that roam the Seychelles islands? How did they arrive on these isolated islands 1000 miles from any other land mass? Your Pegasus Seychelles Cruise gives you the opportunity to unravel the mysteries of these fascinating creatures and so much more within these romantic and beautiful islands.