Pacific Islands

With more than 130 islands scattered over five archipelagos, reefs that protect crystalline lagoons and deserted white sand beaches, deep valleys of green tropical rainforests, and flat coastal fields of taro and flowers, the sirens of the South Pacific offer the perfect blend of ocean and lagoon sailing.

With uncrowded ports, excellent and abundant anchorages and a superb tropical climate for most of the year, guests will enjoy all the indefinite splendours the South Pacific has to offer.

Yacht anchored by a tropical Polynesian Island
Small Palm tree covered Polynesian Island

French Polynesia

Two things that make the Society Islands special: the colour and clarity of the water and the charm of the locals. Sail past Tahiti and Bora Bora and make for the remote islands such as Moorea, Huahine, Maupiti and Tahaa. Towering Mt Rotui divides the beautiful bays of Cook and Opunohu. Take a canoe and some small pieces of fresh fish to hand feed the rays and mantas. Feeling brave? There are dive centres that can take you shark feeding.

Papua New Guinea

Sailing Papua New Guinea, offers a charter experience like no other.

Located in the southwest Pacific on one half of the island of New Guinea, with a cruising ground that extends to some of Melanesia’s most remote isles, including the unspoiled Solomon Islands, a Papua New Guinea yacht charter will reveal hidden worlds, the kind of which you have never seen before.

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