A total service company Established 1937
A total service company (Seychelles)



In 2021, the Red Cross Society of Seychelles (RCSS) and Hunt Deltel inked an MOU for exchange and cooperation, just as Covid 19 reported cases were soaring and affecting many families. RCSS was distributing humanitarian aid like vouchers and food products that they had received from various donors, groups, and companies from both the public and private sectors.

The storage capacity of RCSS at their Providence headquarters has been increased to ensure an emergency stock capacity of edible products sufficient to cover 100 families on a preliminary basis at all times.


Managing director of the Hunt, Deltel & Co. Ltd Christophe Hoareau, who was accompanied by general manager Ronny Matatiken, donated scr 1 million, towards the Covid-19 relief fund set up by President Wavel Ramkalawan as part of the fight against the ongoing pandemic.

The MD said this “gesture is part of the company’s culture and policy to give back and support the community”


As part of our CSR programme Hunt Deltel collaborates with the Environmental Educational unit a branch in the ministry of education; This branch is responsible of the Eco School clubs in all the schools in Seychelles. The Eco school award looks at what schools have done throughout the year to raise awareness on sustainability and environment education. It looks at curriculum, everyday practices, school ground, projects, networking, partnership and participation in events and competitions related to ESD (Education for Sustainable Development).


Every Year we are proud donors to the Alzheimer's foundation; This has given the team some wonderful opportunities working with Ms. Lise Church at the various activities she organises thought-out the year. This time round the contribution that was made went towards the ongoing efforts to create a memory care home for people affected by Alzheimer's disease and the specialised training for caregivers taking care of Alzheimer's patients.


Brief from Ms. Liza Rene Crosgrow Chairman of SKA

“Despite Covid-19 SKA was the second sport to officially restart after Tennis in June 20 and we managed to hold a full calendar of racing adopting Covid-19 measures and protocols.


In the celebration of the 250th Anniversary of Seychelles, Hunt Deltel got the privilege to contribute to a project pioneered by Mr. Robert Grandcourt in honour of the many sailors and passengers whose lives were claimed by the sea. Their stories remain untold and Mr. Grandcourt believed that some stories should not be forgotten.


We have a long history with the Equator team over the past years, so it was a no brainer, for this year when we sponsored the team’s equipment for the 2020 season.


Brief from the Mr. Alain Alcindor

“We have been privileged to be able to organise all of our races this year, with the exception of the Optimist Eden Cup. Unfortunately none of our sailors could compete at international competitions due to the present Covid-19 pandemic.

We managed to add back the Kitesurfing races. Both the windsurfing and Kitesurfing races were held on Praslin”


“This year the Covid Pandemic has disrupted all our international as well as our local plans. We usually have our Annual Training Camp on Praslin every Easter Weekend which lasts for three days. Our 2020 trainings, have been modify our training to comply with the Ministry of Health's advisories on social distancing. We are unable to conduct any fighting as it involves close contact.


Hunt Deltel was one of the local companies which responded to the firefighters’ plea for any help or donations which could be extended towards the emergency response team. The SFRSA had been battling a fire that started on the evening of Saturday 19th September on Landfill 2 at Providence.

The CFO of the SFRSA, Mr. Albert Rose, expressed heartfelt gratitude to the team who delivered the donation; “We would like to thank all companies who have responded with assistance. Such gestures have helped to raise team morale and to show the appreciation of our community for our work.”