Photography by APS Seychelles
18 August 2022
One of the leading networks of superyacht agencies in the Asia-Pacific region, Asia Pacific Superyachts (APS), will form a new APS Seychelles agency.
“From imposing boulders to secluded award-winning beach spots, Seychelles represents one of the very few luxurious and untouched frontiers for vessels wishing to cruise in tranquillity,” reports APS Seychelles’ Managing Director, Christophe Houareau.
“With experience attending to superyachts and vessels of all types in Seychelles for the past 22 years and as the Co-Developer of Seychelles’ largest marina, Eden Island Marina, we are immensely proud to form part of the Asia Pacific Superyacht Brand and Network.”
APS Seychelles General Manager, Peter Alvis, gained vast experience working with authorities for various clearances to ensure smooth port operations and efficient service to captains during his time with superyachts in Seychelles.
Providing services to all types of visiting foreign-flagged vessels and assistance and service to superyachts arriving in the Seychelles, his knowledge of the country’s geographical locations, cultural sites and attractions allows him to advise and prepare the best possible tour itineraries for captains based on their port stay.
“With experiences in world-renowned five-star and Forbes-listed hotel properties across Dubai, Ireland, USA, UK and the Seychelles, I am honoured to be leading the operations team at Asia Pacific Superyachts Seychelles,” he says.
“Having looked after numerous high-profile clients in the hospitality industry, I look forward to providing superyachts under our care with excellent customer service, offering a variety of plans to ensure they’re promptly given the best choices during their stay.”
The APS team supports and assists visiting yachts while awarding an exquisite glimpse into a land of rich diversity and amazing cruising waters.
Christophe Houareau and Peter Alvis will join other directors at the Monaco Yacht Show at the APS Stand DS9 (Darse Sud), from 28 September to 1 October.