Its seat is the town of Port Victoria in Seychelles.
She hit a coral reef and sank off Port Victoria on 1 June 1970.
In 1934 there were only 26 commercial sailing ships left in the world and 17 of them came to Port Victoria during that year.
Moshulu eventually carried on to Port Victoria for cargo.
At the 2006 census, Port Victoria had a population of 345.
Port Victoria also had an anchorage offshore for the larger windjammers.
As a result, Port Victoria is known as the last of the windjammer ports.
Today, Port Victoria is predominantly a fishing town.
He established a new post in October 1838, calling it Port Victoria.
That year thirteen windjammers rode at anchor off Port Victoria.