The crystal clear sea of the Indian Ocean, beautiful remote lagoons, scenic and spectacular landscapes and a genteel sea breeze guarantees best sailing conditions. Yacht charter holiday in Mauritius is a very gratifying experience for the body and soul.
The best way to discover the Mauritius is by sailboat or catamaran. Explore the Mauritius with a tailor-made charter that suits you and your dreams aboard a yacht.
We have a large portfolio offering the best charter yachts in Mauritius. Mauritius offers a wide range of sailing itineraries on various types of yacht. Whether you prefer to charter a monohull or a catamaran bareboat, skippered or fully crewed charter; sailing holidays aboard gives you the opportunity to discover exotic islands, bays, deserted shores, and beaches, in a way that land-based vacations can never give.
Mauritius provides the best sailing condition in various sailing area for all levels of Skippers from basic coastal to experienced offshore. Whether you’re an experienced sailor, looking for a challenging Indian Ocean blue water passage or you are looking for a relaxed and chilled sailing cruise, Mauritius has it all.
While enjoying sailing every day on the water, you may also choose a number of optional adventures in Mauritius, from scuba diving, canyoning and kite surfing to guided tours, whale watching, and so many other options.
Mauritius is a magnificent small volcanic island, a part of the Mascarenes; an ocean island created by volcanic underwater activities millions of years ago. It is located in the southwest of the Indian Ocean and about 900 km east of Madagascar. The 330 km of coastline is surrounded by one of the world’s largest coral reefs. It includes the neighboring islands of Rodrigues, St. Brandon, Cargados Carajos and Agalega. Discover idyllic islands, fantastic coves and fascinating landscapes in the tropical environment.
In the 10th century, Mauritius was a starting point for Arab, Malaysian and Phoenician sailors. History shows that the Portuguese Mauritian reached the island in 1507. The island was under Dutch and English rule before it gained its independence in 1968.
Port Louis is the starting port for your Charter holidays. The “Le Caudan Waterfront” is known for great shopping, active nightlife, live music and an excellent and varied cuisine.
The small islands of the north coast are very popular with sailors, snorkelers, and divers because of their crystal clear and turquiose waters. Close to the island of IIe aux Benitiers on the west coast, in the Tamarin Bay or Flic en Flac, dolphins can give birth in protected waters in peace. Some of the most beautiful sandy beaches, fantastic anchor bays, magical lagoons and small fishing villages can be found in the east of the island. A rum distillery is located in the hills around Chamarel. A visit to the Rum village Chamarel and a sip of the local rums should not be issed on your bucket list.
Spend some time to visit the nature reserve of the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation “IIes of Aigrettes” – the Isle of the Silver Mountains. Here are the flora and fauna of Mauritius in their original state. For more than 20 years, the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation has been working on transforming the “Ies from Aigrettes” into a natural and safe reserve for endemic and endangered plants and animals. These include the pink dove (Mauritius dove), the Telfair Skink and the Aldabra giant turtle, rare orchids, the mighty Ebony forest and much more.
The unique cultural diversity and long history combined with a breathtaking sailing region make Mauritius more than just a tropical paradise with stunning beaches. The coastal line of 330 kilometers is almost completely surrounded by one of the largest unspoilt coral reefs in the world, that offers world-class dive sites.
Mauritius guarantees a pleasant tropical climate all year round and good sailing winds, the best conditions for comfortable and easy sailing. The prevailing southeast Passat makes Mauritius a paradise for yachtsmen, especially the north and west coasts of the island which offers a quiet and safe cruising trip due to the natural protection of the main island.
The best time to travel is from May to October when the climate is tropical, and humidity is at its lowest.
The island has two seasons: a warm, humid from November to April and a relatively cooler, drier season from June to September. In October and May, transitional weather prevails. The warmest months are January and February, while the coldest months are July and August. The winds dominate the South East (southeast trade) all year round. In the south of the island, the wind blows slightly more than 3 Bft, while the north is somewhat more protected. In winter (May to October): 22/26°C day and 16/20°C night and in summer (November to April): 27/30°C day and 20/24°C night. The sea temperatures are generally around the year from 28°C in summer to pleasant 23/24°C in winter. The rainy season is from January to March, especially in the middle. Cyclones can occur between November and February.
Expect an magnificent, relaxing and unforgettable trip along the coast, from beautiful pristine lagoons to the neighboring islands with white sandy beaches surrounded by tropical vegetation, enchanting rivers and unique landscapes to. Mauritius is almost completely surrounded by one of the largest coral reefs in the world.