Yacht / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Child friendly
  • Car not necessary
  • No pets allowed

Luxury high-performance cruising 50 foot catamaran available for charter in the safest waters in the Indian Ocean.

Six berths available with indoor/outdoor living. Full cruise design available to provide an end-to-end holiday in the turquoise waters of the Spice Islands, or a seamless add-on to your African Safari over Ngorongoro crater or the Serengeti, or even a relax down at sea-level after scaling Mount Kilimanjaro.

Fully crewed, yet discreet for you to relax tranquilly, enjoy the the exhilaration of cruising, fishing, sailing, diving, snorkeling, kitesurfing, or swimming with dolphins or just alone; the ocean provides.

Delicious catering using the best local produce will introduce you to the flavours of the region.

Spectacular sunsets on the foredeck are mandatory.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 3 en suites, Solarium or roof terrace
Access Car not necessary
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, Staffed property, Boat available, Sea view
General CD player, Safe
Standard Kettle
Utilities Cooker, Fridge
Furniture Double Beds (3)
Other Linen provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, BBQ, Bicycles available
Access Not suitable for wheelchair users
Further details indoors

Powered by solar and wind power, this unique holiday will ensure a complete eco-friendly experience

Dar es Salaam

The waters around Pemba and Zanzibar Islands offer good opportunities for a variety of top water game fish whilst Latham and Mafia Islands are renowned for huge Dogtooth Tuna.

Zanzibar and the surrounding islands are world renowned for the quality of the diving on offer. Visitors to Zanzibar also enjoy spice tours,snorkeling, Stonetown City tour, swimming with dolphins, dhow excursions, and walks through Jozani Forest to see the wildlife, conservation projects and ancient trees.

For a more cultural experience the Festival of the Dhow Countries is now the largest annual cultural event in East Africa, and among the eight major festivals in sub-Saharan Africa. It is scheduled annually around the first two weeks in July. The festival celebrates the arts and cultures of the African Continent, India, Pakistan, Gulf States, Iran and the Indian Ocean islands. It features an international film and video competition, music, theatre and performing arts, workshops, seminars, conferences and other related arts and cultural programmes. The festival programme is centred in a variety of magnificent venues near the seafront in the historic Stone Town; with a Village Panorama that extends the festival to rural communities; Women’s Panorama, which provides a focus for women’s issues; Children’s Panorama, which provides for the participation of children and youths.

The Zanzibar Cultural Festival takes place towards the end of July each year, shortly after the international ZIFF Festival of the Dhow Countries. Drawing cultural troupes from different countries and many from Zanzibar, the festival is marked with strong traditional customs and a rich heritage of culture. It is decorated with "taarab" music, traditional dances, arts and crafts. It is held in various venues around Zanzibar Town, as well as incorporating street carnivals, fairs, canoe races and the bull fight from Pemba.

There is the Sauti Za Busara Swahili Music & Cultural Festival in February.

A four-day-long celebration, Mwaka Kogwa is best observed at Makunduchi, a village in the south part of Zanzibar. The origins of this holiday are Zoroastrian (a Persian religion older than Islam). It is a celebration of the Shirazi New Year and some of the events include the burning of the hut and mock fights. These fights are between men who defend themselves with banana stems (in place of the sticks that were formerly used), and this fighting, in which everyone gets a chance, is said to let everyone air their grievances and so clear the air as the new year rolls in. As the men fight, the women stroll through the fields singing songs about life and love. They are dressed in their best clothes and taunt the men after the fight is over. The festivities vary from village to village but Makunduchi is where the biggest events take place. All are welcome for the festival because it is a local belief that anyone without a guest for this holiday is unhappy. The holiday is held every year around the third week of July,

For a sporting experience, there are annual International Triathlon and Marathon events scheduled to take place in early November. Over the past five years, both events have been successful in drawing participants from East Africa, Asia and Europe, Both the Triathlon and the Marathon are Olympic distances and take place in some of Zanzibar's finest locations