yacht-charters

Yacht charters

Design your voyage

  • One-night-overnighter-tour-to-Mnemba

    One-night “overnighter” tour to Mnemba

    Basic package USD 2000-00, up to 8 guests,
    (USD 1800-00 for maximum 6 guests on Never Say Never catamaran).

  • Three–night-four-day-trip-to-Pemba-Island.

    Three–night, four-day trip to Pemba Island

    Basic package USD 10 000-00, up to 8 guests, (USD 8000-00 for maximum 6 guests on Never Say Never catamaran).

  • Seven-night-eight-day-trip-to-Pemba-Island

    Seven-night, eight-day, trip to Pemba Island Tanzanian coastline

    Basic package USD 20 000-00, up to 8 guests, (USD 16 000-00 for maximum 6 guests on Never Say Never catamaran).

The Basic packages for all live-aboard trips includes:

  • Soft-drinks, drinks (wine and beers) and snacks. Fruit platters. Drinking water.
  • All meals.
  • Ground transportation and airport transfers.
  • On-board Wi-Fi.
  • All meals prepared by competent chefs. Meal options are discussed with guests, focusing on culinary preferences and dietary constraints.
  • Masks, snorkels and fins for recreational snorkeling and free-diving.
  • Supplementary dinghy.
  • Kayaks on request.

We have three stunning catamarans to choose from:

Walkabout

Walkabout

Walkabout, a 50 foot Voyage sailing catamaran. She features 4 comfortable double en-suite cabins, a spacious saloon/indoor dining area, large cockpit with dining seating 6 guests or more, and generous deck space. Walkabout has long-range diesel tanks for longer trips, 800 litres of fresh water and an on-board stereo sound system.

Equity

Equity

Equity is a comfortable, spacious sailing catamaran built by Fountaine-Pajot, appointed to the highest standards. She features 4 comfortable double en-suite cabins, a spacious saloon/indoor dining area, large cockpit with teak table seating 8 guests or more, and generous deck space. She would be ideal for your guests’ purposes. Equity has long-range diesel tanks for trips of up to 1000 miles, 800 litres of fresh water and an on-board water-maker.

Never-say-Never

Never say Never

This vessel is a 40 foot Maxim power Cat with 3 en-suite cabins. Ideal for big game fishing and shorter, faster trips to the nearby islands and sand-banks.

 

One-night “overnighter” tour to Mnemba

  • 1 tour-to-Mnemba-day-one

    Day One

    Board Nungwi at 13h30. Depart Nungwi at 14h00. This tour offers a two-hour sail to Mnemba, rounding the northern-most tip of Zanzibar and sailing southwards down the east coast. We often encounter dolphins en-route, whilst relaxing into the joy of being on-board and at sea.

    Trawling for game fish is an option too. On arrival at Mnemba, there are various snorkeling options, or a rewarding coral reef dive south of the island if the guests have chosen the scuba-dive option. As sunset approaches anchor is set, sundowners and snacks cracked out, and guests settle back to the spectacle with music of their choice. Dinner will be prepared by the chef and crew. After-dinner games or star-gazing rounds off the evening.

Three–night, four-day trip to Pemba Island

Three–night, four-day trip to Pemba Island

  • 1 trip-to-pemba-island-day-one

    Day One

    Board Nungwi at 13h30. Depart Nungwi at 14h00. This tour offers comprises a six-hour sail northwards to Pemba Island, sailing up the west coast of the island. We often encounter dolphins and whales (in season) en-route, whilst relaxing into the joy of being on-board and at sea. Trawling for game fish is an option too. First night is at anchor off Mesali.

    On arrival at Mnemba, there are various snorkeling options, or a rewarding coral reef dive south of the anchorage if the guests have chosen the scuba-dive option. As sunset approaches , sundowners and snacks are cracked out, and guests are transferred to the beach for the sunset experience. Dinner is a beach-barbecue with real log-fire, prepared by the chef and crew. After-dinner attractions include beach games, crab races or star-gazing . Guests are transferred back to the boat for the night.

  • 2 trip-to-pemba-island-day-two

    Day Two

    Wake up in the morning to coffee and fruit, followed by a scrumptious breakfast of cereals, fruit, toast and eggs with cheese and bacon. A swim or snorkel (or dive if chosen) and depart Mesali mid to late morning. We make our way through the inner passages, arriving at Fundu lagoon in the late afternoon. Visit Fundu Lodge for a fresh-water swim, and sundowners and/or dinner at their stunning bar and restaurant on the promenade. Alternatively, dinner on board.

  • 3 trip-to-pemba-island-day-three

    Day Three

    After breakfast we depart Fundu and make our way through the inner passages, exiting through the Fundu channel into the open ocean to the west of Pemba. Dolphin and whale watching whilst trolling for game-fish, we make our way up the west coast of Pemba. We enter the Njao gap before sunset and make our way down the channel to the calm, spectacular anchorage in flat waters. Sun-downers, music and dinner on-board precede “chilling out” under the stars before turning in or sleeping on the trampolines under the stars.

     
  • 4 trip-to-pemba-island-day-four

    Day Four

    After breakfast we go ashore and visit the authentic, quaint, un-spoilt village nestled among the towering forest trees. The children’s school is a must-visit. A snorkel or dive in the channel at high tide is spectacular.

    We depart Njao in the late morning and set sail for Nungwi, about 8 hour’s sail away. Activities en-route include swimming, games, trolling for game-fish, lessons on navigation and basic boat characteristics, or simply relaxing and sun-tanning to music. Lunch is served whilst under-way. Arrive Nungwi at around 16h00. Disembark.

Seven-night, eight-day, trip to Pemba Island Tanzanian coastline

Seven-night, eight-day, trip to Pemba Island Tanzanian coastline

  • 1 trip-to-Pemba-Island-Tanzanian-coastline-day-one trip-to-Pemba-Island-Tanzanian-coastline-day-one-02

    Day One

    Board Nungwi at 13h30. Depart Nungwi at 14h00. This tour offers comprises a six-hour sail northwards to Pemba Island, sailing up the west coast of the island. We often encounter dolphins and whales (in season) en-route, whilst relaxing into the joy of being on-board and at sea. Trawling for game fish is an option too. First night is at anchor off Mesali.

    On arrival at Mnemba, there are various snorkeling options, or a rewarding coral reef dive south of the anchorage if the guests have chosen the scuba-dive option. As sunset approaches , sundowners and snacks are cracked out, and guests are transferred to the beach for the sunset experience. Dinner is a beach-barbecue with real log-fire, prepared by the chef and crew. After-dinner attractions include beach games, crab races or star-gazing . Guests are transferred back to the boat for the night.

  • 2 trip-to-Pemba-Island-Tanzanian-coastline-day-two

    Day Two

    Wake up in the morning to coffee and fruit, followed by a scrumptious breakfast of cereals, fruit, toast and eggs with cheese and bacon. A swim or snorkel (or dive if chosen) and depart Mesali mid to late morning. We make way through the inner passages, arriving at Fundu lagoon in the late afternoon. Visit Fundu Lodge for a fresh-water swim, and sundowners and/or dinner at their stunning bar and restaurant on the promenade. Alternatively, dinner on board.

     
  • 3 trip-to-Pemba-Island-Tanzanian-coastline-day-three

    Day Three

    After breakfast we depart Fundu and make way through the inner passages, exiting through the Fundu channel into the open ocean to the west of Pemba. Dolphin and whale watching whilst trolling for game-fish, we make our way up the west coast of Pemba. We enter the Njao gap before sunset and make way down the channel to the calm, spectacular anchorage in flat waters. Sun-downers, music and dinner on-board precede “chilling out” under the stars before turning in or sleeping on the trampolines under the stars.

     
  • 4 trip-to-Pemba-Island-Tanzanian-coastline-day-four trip-to-Pemba-Island-Tanzanian-coastline-day-four-02

    Day Four

    After breakfast we go ashore and visit the authentic, quaint, un-spoilt village nestled among the towering forest trees. The children’s school is a must-visit.

    We depart Njao in the late morning and set sail for the Tanzanian coast, more specifically the Pangani, about 4 hour’s sail away. Activities en-route include swimming, games, trolling for game-fish, lessons on navigation and basic boat characteristics, or simply relaxing and sun-tanning to music. Lunch is served whilst under-way. We arrive at Miswali, a pristine and unbelievably well-preserved marine nature reserve just off the coast at around 14h00. Here we anchor and snorkel or dive the countless stunning reefs that surround the small sand-bank. Sundowners are either on-board or on the sand-bank, followed by a beach barbecue and star-gazing session.

     
  • 5 trip-to-Pemba-Island-Tanzanian-coastline-day-five

    Day Five

    After breakfast we sail up the Pangani river channel and go ashore to visit the town. Pangani is a pristine town offering several outstanding restaurants and lodges, and opens the gateway to big game parks (at additional cost) where one can view the lions and other wild African species in their natural habitats. A must-see thrill! Four-wheel drive tours to see crocodiles and other game are just a finger-click away. Options are to stay (at additional cost) in one of the lodges onshore or return to the yacht to sleep.

     
  • 6

    Day Six

    We recommend a road-trip to nearby RR home of some of Tanzania’s finest coffees, cultural villages, and art and fashion studios. Here one will experience the real feel of the African continent and its colourful, soulful, friendly people. Again, the options are to stay over in Arusha (at additional cost), or return to Pangani and board the yacht for the night.

One-night “overnighter” tour to Mnemba