Sail with us on our fast and luxurious 50ft Catamaran to the most beautiful places in the Indian Ocean

Sail with us on our Catamarans to the worlds last unspoiled paradises. The catamaran is luxuriously equipped with freezer, fridge, water maker and warm water. On Bord we have a diving compressor and dive equipment as well as windsurf and surfequipement and a kayak free of charge for your disposal. We try to adopt our tourplan according to your wishes depending if you prefer sailing, relaxing or the other activities like diving or surfing. Please find further information on our site www.alive.cms4people.de

time- and routeplan 2015:

2015 we cross the Indian - Rodriques - Mauritius - La Reunion - Madagaskar - South Africa

1. July to 15. July 2015: Rodriques Island to Mauritius:

We spend 2 weeks in Rodriquez and will discover the nice and protected anchorages around the island. Within 300 miles is Mauritius to which we leave on the 13th of June.

Mauritius are reknown as world-class kite and surf spots. There are also nice island trials allowing to explore the steep volcanic islands by foot or mountainbike.

All around the leeward side of the island there are several protected anchorages. To Rodriquez you fly Best via Air Mauritius for about 150e. Flights to Mauritius with Condor or Air Mauritius.

 

18.July to 15.August: Mauritius to Reunion:

La Reunion and Mauritius are reknown for there good surfing and kitesurfing. Lots of interesting Hiking through the steep and high volcanic peaks of the island. Reunion is a french colonie and like Reunion perfect for daysailing from protected anchorage to protected anchorage. The sail from Mauritius to Reunion is just 2 days.

 

15th August to end of August 2015: La Reunion to Madagaskar / Nosy Be:

Mid of August we sail from Reunion to Madagaskar. It is not too far – 4 days max. We will arrive at Ile st Marie in the NE around the 20th of Aug and sail around the Northcape to Nosy Be. On our way to Nosy we will spend our nights and afternoon son the best anchorages on the way. It will be humpack whale season. 2011 we snorcheled with 20m humpbacks! International flights to Antanarevo or directly to Nosy Be. Cheap flights with the French airlines Corsairfly or Airaustral via Paris.  

 

End of Ausgust to end of September 2015: Madagascar

2011 the region 300nm around Madagascar offered us endless variety of beautiful anchorages and a deep insight into the live of people from Madagascar. See our 2011 pics on my site:  http://alive.cms4people.de/madagaskar2011photos.html

Best flights with Corsairfly via Paris or with Air Madagascar (Paris - Nsoybe /Madagascar)

 

End of September to end of October: Madagascar to Caetown / Southafrica

We start on the 26th of September from NosyBe to Madschunga and check out there on the 1st of October towards South Africa. On our way South to Richardsbay we plan a stopover on the untouched Reef Europa which offers unique diving and snorkelling. We should arrive in Richardsbay on the 20th of October where we can visit a gamepark inhabited by the big 5. On the 22nd we start to round the Cape of Good Hope towards Capetown. We will use the towns Port Elisabeth, Knysna and Durban to wait fort he propper weatherwindows which will lead to a pleasant trip around the cape.

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Hi, I´m a 57 y/o man Who always have the dream to sail accross the world. I´m not ready yet to do it; my plan is get retire from the whole daily life here in Panama for at least one year.  So if you desire, I want to kkep in touch with you to further information for next year.  My email is: amadisjimenez2@g********

Please felpe free to contact me.

BRGDS,

Amadis J.


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Amadis Jimenez said:

Hi, I´m a 57 y/o man Who always have the dream to sail accross the world. I´m not ready yet to do it; my plan is get retire from the whole daily life here in Panama for at least one year.  So if you desire, I want to kkep in touch with you to further information for next year.  My email is: amadisjimenez2@g********

Please felpe free to contact me.

BRGDS,

Amadis J.

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