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Hunt, Deltel welcomes Crystal Esprit to Seychelles - 15th December 2015 to 13th March 2016

Mon, 04/25/2016 - 12:14 -- user

Daring to be Different

The Crystal Esprit promises its passengers the luxuries of a super yacht with the convenience of a cruise ship.

At 85m in length, with minimal draft, the yacht-like vessel can visit secluded harbours, coves and islands which are not necessarily accessible to larger cruise ships.

It’s itinerary runs from its weekly departure on Sunday evenings  until its return to Mahe on the following Saturday. It covers St. Anne, Cousin, Praslin, La Digue, Aride, Curieuse and the Sister Islands, with the finale being an excursion on/around Mahe while the ship performs its routine provisioning and servicing assisted by Hunt, Deltel as its agent. To note, only the freshest and best food supplies are purchased weekly to maintain its reputation for exquisite cuisine.

Yacht specs:

·  Total guest suites: 31

·  Total crew: 91

·  Guest space ratio: 53.9

·  Guest to Crew ratio: 1.47

·  1 x Owner’s Suite 47.8 m2

·  30 x Yacht Suites from 20.7 - 26.0 m2

Luxury Services

Aside from ultra comfy and stylish suites equipped with the expected luxury amenities and wi-fi internet for example, one may be interested to note the following touches of the high-life also available onboard:

· Twice-daily housekeeping

· Butler service for each room including optional unpacking and packing of luggage

· In-suite iPad for updates on entertainment schedule

· Four f&b outlets

· Open-bar service throughout the ship

· 24-hour room service

· Dedicated fitness and activities director to assist with choosing the right excursions and physical fitness activities

· Special activities led by specialists, such as yoga, meditation, photography, even drone flying

· A wide variety of aquatic equipment usually found only on a private mega-yacht will be at the fingertips of active guests


Crystal Esprit is also the first cruise liner to acquire permission to use its own submersible in Seychelles waters