11 Mar 5 Reasons to Do Your Motor Yacht Course in the Seychelles
With our new motor yacht training centre located in the heart of the Seychelles, at Angel Fish Bayside Marina on Victoria Island, this makes it the perfect training ground for new skippers and yachtmasters.
The Republic of Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 islands, and seems to have been made for yachting, with amazing channels and waterways surrounded by immaculate beaches and secluded coves.
Here are five more reasons to do your motor yacht courses in the Seychelles:
The Seychelles archipelago is a tropical paradise with some of the best beaches in the world, many of which has been featured in movies. The island is world’s only granite islands in mid-ocean, and offer green mountains, waterfalls and amazing lush wildlife above and below the water’s surface.
The tropical climate makes the Seychelles suitable for year-round yachting. Water and air temperatures range between 24 and 32 degrees celsius. Waters are calm because upstream reefs break the waves, making navigation easy.
Easy destination to get to
The Seychelles International Airport has daily direct flights from and to most African, European, Indian and Middle Eastern cities. It is only a 5 hour flight from Johannesburg, South Africa.
Our instructors have been honing their skills for years. After establishing ourselves as the most experienced RYA training centre in South Africa, we opened our Seychelles branch earlier this year. Our academy is Royal Yachting Association accredited, so once you complete your training with us your qualification is recognised globally.
Fun for the whole family
Seychelles is a sought after destinations for couples, as well as families. If you’re planning on cruising with your family in the future, why not learn how to operate a yacht together? A classic bonding adventure while learning new skills. Free time can be spent enjoying the islands’ activities such as snorkeling/diving in crystal clear water, hiking, or relaxing on a deserted beach.
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