French Polynesia (Tahiti & Bora Bora)
Hawaii & South Pacific
(Bora Bora Cruise)
Discover the beauty of Bora Bora before you enjoy the luxurious comforts of a yacht cruise of Bora Bora and the islands of French Polynesia, captained by a knowledgable skipper. Set sail and explore this island paradise from the vantage of a sleek 8-guest catamaran. Get a taste of genuine Polynesia with a village and market visit, before admiring the sunset at anchor in an idyllic bay. Stop for swimming breaks, head for vibrant reefs with provided snorkel gear, or land at a beach to soak up the sun; the possibilities and freedom are invigorating, and the scenery is bound to amaze. This is an ideal option for guests looking to experience a yacht cruise with the few other people on board.
Cruise departures available year-round, embarking on Saturdays. Contact for availability.
Enjoy a private airport transfer including
Take a 4x4 to the very heart of the island of Tahiti. Admire the valley of Papenoo which is famous for its rivers and enjoy the incredible waterfall and tropical plant views. This is a relaxing place where you can really get back to nature. Your guide will be present throughout the journey and will answer any questions you may have about local flora and fauna and geology.
Enjoy this one way domestic flight from Papeete to Raiatea. The flight time is approximately 55 minutes.
Meet your driver for a transfer between your hotel and the port.
Welcome aboard your private charter!Take a moment to get settled in to your stateroom before taking a short navigation inside the lagoon of Raiatea to Meri Meri pass. Enjoy some beachcombing and nautical activites.
Port charges are included within your cruise fare.
Today you'll embark on a five hour navigation to the marvellous Bora Bora. Enjoy lunch at anchor and discover one of the most beautiful islands in the entire South Pacific. You'll anchor tonight in the south of Bora Bora at Matira point.
Relax with an enjoyable day of leisure today, discovering the famous lagoon of Bora Bora. You'll have some short sails with a few stops for snorkeling, beachcombing and kayak rides. This evening, anchor in Vaitape Bay.
This morning you'll sail for five hours on beautiful tropical waters to the island of Tahaa. You'll lunch at anchor at the coral garden Tao Tao and prepare for a leisure afternoon of nautical activities, swimming, and snorkeling.
Take a short navigation to Raiatea for a visit to the local market in Uturoa, the main village of Raiatea. Afterward, enjoy a short sail to the motu (islet) Ceran where you'll anchor to enjoy some aquatic activities.
You'll set sail early toward Huahine, a four hour navigation, before arriving in Fare Bay for a visit of this typical polynesian village. Your afternoon will be leisure water activities. Anchor in the bay overnight.
After breakfast at Avea Bay, enjoy some snorkeling or kayaking in the west of Huahine Lagoon. Set sail for Raiatea island, a 4 hour navigation, arriving for sunset at the sacred island.
After overnighting at anchor at the island of Raiatea, you'll disembark from your ship this morning and bid farewell to your captain!
Opened in March 2009, the Manava Suite Resort Tahiti promises to be the premier Papeete resort for business and leisure travelers alike, offering 121 guest rooms ranging from rooms to multi-bedroom duplex suites and Manava Suites. With state-of-the-art technology and in-suite kitchen quarters, each room will offer a luxurious, well-appointed home base for travelers of all kinds, from business travelers staying for a week, to leisure travelers en route to the outer islands.
The Eleuthera, a 60-foot catamaran, is a small and luxurious floating hotel available for private charter in French Polynesia. The yacht offers both space and refinement. A large panoramic, air-conditioned living room includes a dining area, lounge, bar and navigation area. Enjoy a 360° view of the horizon from the lounge. Four self-contained passenger cabins with washroom are designed for up to eight guest passengers. The warm feeling created by the woodwork and leatherwork as well as a carefully done decoration add to the pleasure of being aboard. On the deck, 130 square meters of useful surface – a large cockpit - outside dining area sheltered from the sun – two large "trampoline/sunbathing areas" at the front of the boat – deck cushions and mattresses - each hull having transom steps for easy access to/from the water.
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