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“The World” heading to 7⁰South in Seychelles

“The World” heading to 7⁰South in Seychelles (Forimmediaterelease.net) Hon. Alain St.Ange, Minister of Tourism and Culture in Seychelles, today delivered a lecture about the Seychelles islands on The World® which is currently moored at the Cheval Blanc luxury resort, Maldives. In advance of The World’s visit in Victoria next week, the Minister responded to a request made by 7⁰South DMC in Seychelles, to present the destination to over 150 residents on board.

7⁰South has been selected as the preferred handling agent for The World® when it stops in the Seychelles next Thursday, February 26. The World’s residents will meet the Minister after delivering his lecture as he is being hosted onboard.

The World will be stopping in the Seychelles from February 26-28 where it will dock first on Mahe. The residents will partake in many activities on the island including excursions to various landmarks and 5-star hotels. They will proceed to La Digue island on the 27th, followed by a visit on Praslin island on the 28th where not only 7⁰South will benefit from this visit but also a diverse range of service providers in the tourism industry. The World® was launched in 2002, and it is the largest privately-owned residential yacht with 165 residences on board.

7⁰South has worked closely with the management of The World® in the last 4 months to coordinate a comprehensive program to meet the needs of their residents. Mrs. Anna Butler Payette, Managing Director of 7°, commented that “This is an excellent opportunity for 7⁰South to offer the best of Seychelles to ‘The World,’ and moreover this visit will not only benefit our company [but] as well as large and small businesses in our tourism industry in Seychelles.”

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