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    Overview of Providence Atoll

    Providence Atoll is situated 700 km southwest of Mahe and 56 km to the north of Farquhar Atoll, the most southerly atoll in the Seychelles.

    This remote atoll has a total area, including the large lagoon, of 345 km², which is 55 km north to south and 14 km east to west. The atoll comprises of two Islands, Providence North and Cerf Island and an enormous shallow lagoon system with vast flats and sand banks that link to the ocean through countless feeder channels.

    The large ear-shaped lagoon with safe leeward anchorages provides easy skiff access to the amazing fly fishing grounds. It is one of two destinations in the Seychelles where you have the opportunity to catch bumphead parrotfish.

    Fly Fishing at Providence Atoll

    Like many of the other atolls in the Seychelles Providence Atoll is a true fly fishing wilderness. The vast flats, enormous lagoon system and feeder channels offer fly fishermen the opportunity to wade 345 km² of pristine sand flats, turtle grass banks, surf areas and lagoon edges while targeting a multitude of species.

    Anglers can expect to target and sight cast to giant trevally, bumphead parrotfish, triggerfish, bluefin trevally, milkfish, Indo-Pacific permit, napoleon wrasse, bonefish, grouper, snapper, barracuda and much more.

    Providence Atoll is known for its fantastic offshore fishing for sailfish and tuna that can be done from the skiffs or the aft deck of Quo Vadis.

    Experiencing Providence Atoll

    Our Providence Atoll trips are limited to six fly fishermen per week who are accommodated in three of the four fully airconditioned twin guest cabins, with en-suite bathrooms.

    There is nowhere in the Indian Ocean where six anglers get the opportunity to fish such a vast atoll with such a high level of service, comfort and fishing infrastructure.


    Step onboard and be welcomed by our expert Captain, First Mate, Steward and Chef who will make sure your cruise is one to remember.


    Quo Vadis is an exceptional 750 luxury expedition catamaran that is well equipped for exploring the most remote Outer Atolls of the Seychelles. 

    Overview of Quo Vadis:

    • Cabins: 4 En-Suite Twin or King Luxury Cabins
    • Crew: Captain, First Mate, Deckhand & Chef
    • Living Space: Open Plan Saloon & Galley, Spacious Deck Seating and Trampoline, Spacious Aft Deck with Dining and BBQ, Bridge Seating & Lounge Area
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