Thursday, 23 August 2012

From Monday 10th to Saturday 15th September, Seychelles Yacht Charter will be hosting the first ever outdoor boat show in the Seychelles.

It will be hosted at the Konobar Bayside Marina and will feature 3 beautiful vessels, namely Nkalindau, uShaka, and Seastream. Nkalindau is a Eleuthera 60 Fountaine Pajot which is a 5 Star Luxury Catamaran.  uShaka is a Riviera 43 which is an adventurous fishing yacht, and Seastream is a luxury Ferretti motor yacht.

The idea behind the event is to raise awareness not only for Seychelles Yacht Charter as a company, but also the yacht charter and brokerage business in the Seychelles as a whole. Entrance is free of charge and will afford members of the public the opportunity to board these incredible vessels in their natural environment... the water! Unlike at indoor boat shows, these are fully operational and functional commercial boats that a far cry from your standard fishing boats and catamarans. Visitors will be able to wonder around freely or guided, and experience the luxury accommodation, lounging and dining areas, and the various decks. For the more avid sailors or fishermen who might be interested in the more ‘technical’ aspects of the boats, the crew will be on hand to answer questions you might have.

Snacks and beverages will be available compliments of the Konobar Restaurant, and various promotional and informational material will be available through Lynn Gower, who will be our representative on-site during the course of the event. Lynn can also assist with any bookings and rates enquiries.

There will be a short opening ceremony on Monday 10th September followed by a site visit aboard all vessels. This will be attended by various members of Seychelles press, Seychelles Tourism Board, and representatives from local hotels, travel agencies, dive centres, local boat charters, private tour guides, company directors, as well as various diplomatic embassies.

The remaining days until Saturday 15th September will be open to the public to visit and enjoy. Should you be on Mahe, please do stop by and come and spend some time with us!




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