New rebooking fee, as of 01/01/2023:

Valid for trips from/to Mahé (Cat Cocos ferries) only:
For all amendment requests within 24 hours before departure by customers who are already in the Seychelles, a booking change fee of 10 EUR per ticket will be applicable.

Any change of trip is conditional to seating availability. Changes can only be made directly at the Cat Cocos Offices, with the fee payable directly to them.

Price changes as of 01/01/2023

Unfortunately, the Cat Cocos ferry which goes from / to Mahé is raising the prices for trips after 01 January 2023. To be fair, the last price change was years ago. Also, please note the new luggage allowances. See details on our pricing page.

30 June 2022: Praslin Jetty damaged

Due to the strong winds and resulting high waves, the access bridge to Praslin Jetty at Baie St Anne has been damaged on 30 June 2022.

To ensure passengers’ safety, all passengers travelling from Praslin either by Cat Rose or Cat Cocos, the new temporary embarkation and disembarkation point will be at the New Praslin Jetty, at Eve Island Annex. Your taxi driver will know the location.

This will take effect as of 01 July and will remain in place until the bridge has been repaired.

A Creole Travel coach transfer will be on standby, should passengers who are unaware of the situation still proceed to Baie St Anne Jetty. This coach will transfer clients to the New Jetty.

Unfortunately the incident has also caused a power outage at the offices based at the Baie St Anne Jetty.
With no internet available, those offices will remain closed until further notice.

UPDATE 02 July:

All services will resume back to normal at the existing passenger terminal at Baie Ste Anne Jetty as of Saturday 02nd July 2022 given that the high tide will be at 7pm and will not disturb the operations. 

Summer 2022: Many ferries booked out

Unlike in the years before the pandemic, when June was rather quiet in terms of visitor numbers, this year is different.
Many Seychelles ferries are already fully booked for June. This means that in the high season of July and August we can expect an even higher number of full ferries.

So please book your tickets as far in advance as possible, to avoid inconveniences due to completely booked out ferries.

No more PCR test for vaccinated Seychelles visitors

No more PCR test for fully vaccinated visitors entering Seychelles

Seychelles shifts its gears and allows visitors to enter the destination without having to present a negative PCR test.

Effective March 15, 2022, visitors over 18 years, having received the first two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine including a booster dose after 6 six months since completing the primary series; will be considered fully immunised. Fully immunisation for visitors aged 12 to 18 years, necessitate the completion of only two vaccine doses.

All fully immunised visitors will therefore be exempted from pre-travel PCR test requirement, while unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors will be required to present a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours or a rapid antigen test done in a certified laboratory within 24hrs before departure to Seychelles.

Potential visitors having tested positive to the COVID-19 virus -between 2 to 12 weeks prior to travel – are also exempted from pre-travel COVID-19 testing upon provision of proof of infection and recovery.

As safe tourism experience remains essential, all visitors will still require having a travel insurance in addition to their medical insurance cover and are encouraged to book their stay at a certified accommodation. Moreover, it is mandatory that all visitors apply for a Travel Authorization prior to travel.

The Seychelles have also recently eased other restrictions including the removal of the overnight curfew and closing time for entertainment services such as bars and casinos which became effective on March 1, 2022.

March/April: Many ferries booked out!

As the busiest time of the year arrives (March and April), many Seychelles ferries are already fully booked!
It seems to be extra-busy this year…
So please book your tickets as far in advance as possible, to avoid inconveniences due to completely booked out ferries.

Ferry schedules for February – October 2022

The Seychelles ferry timetable for February until October 2022 has been released.
Please find it available for download here.
You can book your Seychelles ferry trips up until 30 October now. Simply choose your first ferry trip in the drop-down menu “Ferry connections” above and follow the steps.

By the way: The November schedule is expected to be available in mid-October.

Xmas period: Many ferries booked out!

As every year, from late December until mid-January many Seychelles ferries will be completely booked out, in all classes. That’s a fact.
So please book your tickets as far in advance as possible, to avoid inconveniences due to fully booked ferries.

Ferry schedules for December/January

Here is the Seychelles ferry timetable for Cat Cocos and Cat Rose, valid from 01 December 2021 until 31 of January 2022: Timetable
As always, the schedule is subject to changes on short notice.
The timetable for February 2022 will be released in mid- to late January. This is when you can book for February.

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Ferry schedules for October 2021

Here is the Seychelles ferry schedule for Cat Cocos and Cat Rose, valid from 01 until 31 of October 2021: Timetable
As always, the schedule is subject to changes on short notice.
The timetable for November will be released in late October. This is when you can book for November.
We hope that the departures will remain the same as for October.

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