Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Spotlight: Pegasus-Cruises in the Garden of Eden

We are so excited about this cruise. If you have ever dreamed of cruising through the magnificent Seychelles, look no further. Guests will have the chance to hop from island to island in perfect harmony with this unspoilt paradise and visit islands, which will capture your senses. Guests are surrounded by amazing fauna and flora and have to opportunity to snorkel or dive and watch an amazing underwater world. Walk into centuries old rain forests with unique species of wild life- catch sight of the rare black parrots that inhabit the islands, the world famous Coco de Mer palm trees or giant land tortoises.

The twin-hulled, 45 meter Pegasus was built in 1990 and completely refitted in 1997 after interior renovations in 2002, and again in 2007. The Pegasus now accommodates up to 46 guests in a relaxed, congenial atmosphere. On board, guests will enjoy magnificent sea views as they stroll the 2,5500 sq. ft. open deck. Alternatively, they may wish to relax with friends in the handsomely appointed lounge, browse the well-stocked library, or enjoy ocean view dining in the convivial and spacious restaurant area. The Pegasus also comes equipped with a platform on the stern, which allows for swimming when weather and anchorage permits.

Guests will find and abundance of space on board, allowing them to enjoy the intimacy of a small ship cruise without experiencing overcrowding. With many public areas and comfortable cabins, there will be no room for disappointment. Life aboard the Pegasus is both relaxing and elegant. On board activities will center around the indoor/outdoor lounge and its American bar on the Upper Deck and the adjoining dining area is surrounded by large windows that provide breathtaking views. The spacious Sun Deck is also an excellent area to unwind after a particularly long day of exploring the magnificent islands.

If you would like to learn more, please visit our website:, or call U.S. toll-free 877-579-7447.
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