They are famous for their skilled manoeuvring of boats in both calm and stormy weather. Their expert beaching of boats amazes everyone. The boat ride, the first taste of what life is like on the island, is reminisced on by all who take it. They have an encyclopaedic knowledge of the reserve and are adept at storytelling. They captivate visitors with their vast wildlife observations and anecdotes of life as an islander.
An online article about a British family who have sold everything to make a big move to the “remote Moyenne Island in Seychelles” to restore dying coral reefs has lit up social media in Seychelles.
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