Seal Superyachts has a network of professional Superyacht agency offices around Asia, Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean and Australasia. A selection of our Yacht Cruising Guides for visiting Superyachts can be found by the country name below.
New Caledonia as a superyacht cruising destination has it all, and it’s just waiting to be discovered.
Phuket island has many great beaches, it comes as no surprise that local beach clubs are now a popular choice when it comes to chilling-out and relaxing in style.
East Malaysia is blessed with so many idyllic islands, but we consider Sabah’s ‘Tun Sakaran Marine Park’ to be the epicentre of this regions beauty.
Today it may look like a tropical paradise, but Chuuk lagoon masks a dark secret … under its clear blue waters lies the biggest graveyard of ships in the world.
The South Pacific islands of French Polynesia, proving to be a dream playground for water-sports lovers.
Sri Lanka remains a country of lush jungle and paddy fields, of misty hill country carpeted with the vivid green baize of manicured tea gardens, of white beaches and impossibly blue sea.
You’d think that the Philippines would be crawling with yachts, considering how spectacular and unspoiled the islands are.
Exploring the Coral Sea by Superyacht from Papua New Guinea to the Solomon’s, Vanuatu and Fiji is something for everyones bucket list.
Five species of Sea Turtle inhabit the Waters of Sri Lanka. All of which are at risk of disappearing, unless something is done to protect them.
The upper reaches of the Sepik River is home to ‘The Crocodile Men of PNG’ known for their brutal ritualistic croc-like scarification tattoos.
The Fijian islands entice Superyacht owners with so many outstanding reasons to come and explore this paradise of the South Pacific.
This gem of southern New Caledonia quite rightly lays claim to the title ”the closest island to paradise”. The locals certainly believe this is the case, so who are we to argue?