Hunt Deltel joined forces with one of our CSR partners, the Seychelles National Parks Authority (SNPA) and headed to the Port- Launay and Baie Ternay Marine Parks along with members of the GVI (Global Vision International), Nature Seychelles and the Port Glaud Community to make up a group of 50 volunteers.
By the end of the one and a half hour long clean-up, we had collected 200kg of rubbish. This included the recurrent issues of litter by the entrance gate as well as marine debris washed up by the tide and sadly, the remains of a turtle shell and skull.
On 3rd September 2020, the Ministry of Health held a symbolic handing over ceremony of a ventilator sponsored by Hunt, Deltel & Co. Ltd. While this ceremony was very recent, the ventilator was in fact purchased from Switzerland at the beginning of the year when the Ministry began calling for support in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. Our Managing Director has expressed pride in being part of the effort to assist the country in navigating its way through the challenges that the pandemic has presented.
In December 2015 members of the Zurich-Aldabra Research Platform (ZARP) group visited Aldabra and Dr Dennis Hansen, one of the researchers, discovered several fossils including a large piece of the lower jaw of the extinct Aldabra crocodile.
'Art in Seychelles, Then and Now', a 256 page sumptuously illustrated hardback publication, covering the development and current state of visual art in Seychelles was launched in early December 2017. Hunt Deltel was proud to have supported the Arterial Network in this endeavour.
A 2007 initiative of the World Maritime Organization (WMO), the principal objective of the Womesa Organisation is to to advocate for gender equality, improvement of women’s access to maritime training and technology and promote their advancement to key decision-making levels in the maritime sector.
During the last week of September 2017, members of the Womesa Organization gathered at the Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort for the 8th Womesa Conference.
Anse Royale Primary School – A Model School
On 20th October 2017 a group of 200 people gathered at the Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay to celebrate Sail Training Scheme’s 40th anniversary. Past and present STS staff and students, sponsors and friends were addressed by the Minister for Sport, Mrs Mitcy Larue, NSC CEO, Ms Giovanna Rousseau and the former Senior Water Sports officer Evangeline Goulding whose sense of pride and nostalgia were evident.
Seychelles Sports Fishing Club (SSFC) and Seychelles Fishing Authority (SFA) have embarked on a conservation project to manage the sustainability of fish stocks in the Seychelles waters. Hunt, Deltel & Co. Ltd was the first to participate in the SSFC/SFA Juvenile Demersal Programme, which is a landmark conservation and scientific programme involving 4 most at risk species based on a review conducted by SFA.
Despite how easily we can all see the beauty of Seychelles from land, the view of Seychelles by sea is simply not one to be missed.
The unspoilt natural diversity of our islands’ landscape can truly be appreciated as you move from the granitic inner islands with the smooth boulders and grand rock formations of extraordinary shapes to the coralline outer islands with their magnificent atolls, rich reefs and turquoise lagoons.
The Association for Women in the Maritime Sector in Eastern and Southern Africa (WOMESA) was launched in Seychelles on the 28th April 2017. The non-governmental organisation falls under the aegis of International Maritime Organisation (IMO) and has been launched in collaboration with the Seychelles Maritime Safety Administration. (SMSA).
The mission of the Association is to advocate for gender equality, improvement of women’s access to maritime training and technology and promote their advancement to key decision-making levels in the maritime sector in Seychelles.