Zanzibar

At 22 miles off the coast of Tanzania are Zanzibar, Pemba and other 50 small islands also called "Spice Islands". Zanzibar is rich in the populated history of Arabs, Assyrians, Chinese, Malaysians and Sumerians. Many great explorers like Burton, Krapf, Livingstone and Spike have explored these coasts so full of extraordinary charm.

Zanzibar is an excellent place to rent a boat, so equipped with powerful winds, places to visit, water sports and adventure to practice.

There are also extraordinary sites for deep sea fishing and diving, and the colourful old markets of the historic Stone Town district, declared World Heritage by UNESCO, are unmissable.

A dip in the colours, aromas and inebriating flavours of the Orient.

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Yacht Charter Zanzibar

We have available for rent an 11-meter catamaran Wild Cat built in South Africa with cabins for 8 guests and two services.
The yacht has a platform for diving and diving. The catamaran can be rented with or without crew. The price includes fuel, complimentary champagne, welcome fruit basket, water sports equipment and more.

NameLengthCurrencyMaxMin
Voyage 50050ft LOA$19,2501,800