Useful infos

Practical information about our SAILOÉ base in the Seychelles

Our base is located on Eden Island, 5 km from Mahé International Airport.


Sailing conditions : Sailing Conditions

This new marina has all the necessary comfort and facilities.

Supported with a competent and passionate technical team, our base manager Sylvain, welcomes you all year round. Just a short walk away from your boat, you’ll easily find every facilities for provisionning.

Upon arrival, it is possible to reach the marina by bus or taxi.

If required, we can arrange a transfer for you.

For your provisioning, you have many possibilities,

The Victoria market, a colourful and typical Seychelles place, is open every morning.

A SPAR supermarket 100 metres from the pontoon is ideal for your bulky shopping.

If necessary, our friend and supplier Camille offers a superb provisioning service with his company OQUAY SHOP with him, your groceries will already be stowed in your boat on your arrival.


Organising your cruise 

Following your booking, you will need to let us know if you would like us to organise your airport transfer or if you would like to add any options to your charter.

We also invite you to send us your crew list (you will find the document to be filled in with your contract) and your boat licence as soon as possible.

You will need to complete the travel authorization for the Seychelles:

All landing and mooring taxes must be paid online at

The best time to sail in the Seychelles largely depends on your preferences and what you're looking for in terms of weather and activities. However, the general consensus is that the best time to visit and sail in the Seychelles is during the dry season, which typically runs from May to September. During this period, the weather is generally drier and cooler, with less rainfall and lower humidity.

Here's a breakdown of the seasons in the Seychelles:

Dry Season (May to September): This is considered the peak tourist season, and it's an excellent time for sailing. The weather is relatively cool and dry, with temperatures averaging between 24°C and 30°C (75°F to 86°F). The winds are generally consistent and perfect for sailing. Water visibility for snorkeling and diving is also excellent during this period.
Transition Period (October and November): This is a transitional period from the dry season to the wet season. The weather can be a bit unpredictable, with some rainfall and fluctuating winds. However, it can still be a good time for sailing, and you may find fewer tourists.
Wet Season (December to April): This is the wettest period in the Seychelles, with the most rainfall occurring from December to February. While it's technically the "rainy season," it doesn't mean it rains all day, every day. There are still plenty of sunny days during this period, but you should expect occasional heavy rain showers. The trade-off is that the lush vegetation is at its peak, and the marine life is vibrant. Sailing can be enjoyable, but it's essential to keep an eye on weather forecasts, especially in the first part of the wet season.

In summary, the best time for sailing in the Seychelles is generally during the dry season, from May to September, when the weather is more stable, and the conditions are favorable for sailing. However, if you prefer quieter periods with lush landscapes and don't mind occasional rain, you can consider visiting during the transition period or early in the wet season.

Airport/Base/Airport transfers      

1 to 3 people: 60 €        

4 to 6 people: 100 €      

7 to 10 people: 150 €


Possible extras

Skipper : 150€/day + damage waiver

Skipper/cook for 4 people maximum : 200€/day + damage waiver

Cook : 135€/day

Additional fishing rod: 100€/week 

SUP: 125€/week

Children's net: 150€/rental

Provisioning on line :

Full board from 5 to 10 persons : 55€/d/p
Full board from 1 to 4 people : 60€/d/p

Full board includes food e.g. creole grilled fish, mixed salad, rice, satini or other speciality and fruits, fruits juice, no alcohol.