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SICG Navel Air Station, Emile Isle (ICAO: SL--) was a large search and rescue (SAR) facility located in the 'Emile Isle' region of far eastern Nautilus. As its name suggests, it was part of the privately-operated Seychelles Isles Estate.

Landing Advisories

  • None reported...


As the Nautilus continent expanded eastwards in Summer 2014 with additional regions being created for the privately-operated Seychelles Isles Estate, a facility was constructed for the newly formed Seychelles Isles Coast Guard (SICG). The Navel Air Station (NAS) was comprised of a single runway, ten helipads, several hangars and a large building (presumably designed to house medical, training and office space). The facility was dismantled in December 2014 in favour of a new location in 'Bancs Ferrari Isle'.


At its height, there were no scheduled services operating to or from SICG NAS, Emile Isle, however charter flights may have been available on request.

Facilities and services

Pilots' facilities

General facilities

  • Emergency triage unit and hospital.
  • Fire, rescue and security department.