Croisières Australes aims to make you have a unique and cosy experience on one of its speedboats Islandian or Exta [...]
Your cruise specialist in Mauritius
Croisières Australes, the catamaran cruise specialist in Mauritius since 1992 and a subsidiary of Rogers Aviation, offers a range of fun and premium experiences off the coasts of the island.
Croisières Australes’ fleet comprises of catamarans as well as speedboats, on which we can admire the rays of the setting sun, on top of a full day trip.
These sensational boats, departing from Grand Bay, Trou d’Eau Douce, Mahébourg and Black River, have unique itineraries for you to choose from and to discover the exceptional marine spots in the north, west, east and south east of Mauritius. Whether you wish to snorkel or relax, our catamarans and speedboats as well as our teams are the most reliable and professional ones in Mauritius.
The day trips include a barbecue lunch with a selection of salads and unlimited refreshments.
Discover our catamaran trips around the island: [...]
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World Ocean Day 2019
Because protecting the ocean is one of our biggest concerns, the teams of Rogers Aviation, Islandian and Croisières Australes joined together on Wednesday 12th of June at the Morne Angers Club in Grande Rivière Noire. As part of the World Ocean Day, our teams participated [...]Read
Protection of the Marine and Coastal Environment: the right moves for a sustainable future
Catamaran cruises are simply A-W-E-S-O-M-E! The sun, the sea, the breathtaking landscapes... All this is great, but we need to preserve our environment if we want to keep admiring the many beautiful things Mother Nature has given us, in the near and remote future. On [...]Read