Kreuzfahrt Tahiti - Französisch-Polynesien

Tahiti Twosome Cruise

7 days/6 nights – 4 Islands : RAIATEA-HUAHINE-TAHA’A-BORA-BORA
(sample itinerary – can be modified according to your wishes and weather conditions). Ideal for couples on a honeymoon, wedding anniversary or romantic vacation. including english speaking skipper/guide/cook (one crew member) on a 38 ft/ 12 m sailing catamaran. Choose your day of departure. A Polynesian massage and an afternoon at the Intercontinental Thalasso Resort& Spa will be offered during your cruise. We can add a private scuba diving option, with instructor and all equipment on board

Day 1 : RAIATEA-TAHA’A (1 hour sail within the lagoon which is shared by these 2 islands)

Welcome at Raiatea Airport and transfer to Charter home base at Apooiti Marina. Meet the skipper and be briefed on your program. Sail to Taha’a and the Mahaea Motu. Lunch aboard. Snorkeling, kayaking, swimming, scuba-diving (optional extra). Dinner aboard or, at an extra charge, at the Motu Pearl Village on Wednesdays and Fridays along with a Polynesian dance and fire eating show.

Day 2 : TAHA’A – HUAHINE ( 3 to 4 hours sailing during which line fishing available)

Breakfast aboard. Sail to Huahine Visit Fare Village Continue to HanaIti. Lunch aboard. Sail on to Avea Bay with its white sand beach. Dinner aboard or, at an extra charge, at the Mauarii Guest House (crab and rock lobster dishes) or at the Relais Mahana (Polynesian cuisine). Moor for the night


Breakfast aboard. Visit the old village of Parea by dinghy with the skipper. Lunch aboard. Optional island tour by 4x4 in the afternoon at an extra charge – it lasts about 4 hours and you will visit water melon and melon plantations, sacred blue-eyed eels, a marae(ancient traditional assembly platform) – Huahine Land. The skipper will rendezvous with the boat at Fare Village at the end of the afternoon. Dinner aboard or, at an extra charge, at Restaurant Te Marara (fresh fish dishes) where on Wednesdays there is a local band and dancing on Fridays and Saturdays. Moor for the night.

Day 4 : HUAHINE-TAHA’A ( 3 to 4 hours sailing during which line fishing available)

Breakfast aboard. Sail to Taha’a and the Bay of Faaha. Complimentary visit to a vanilla plantation where you can buy some to take home (organized through the Motu Pearl Village). Lunch aboard. Sail to Tau Tau. Stroll and swim, visit a coral garden. If the weather cooperates, a magnificent sunset over neighboring Bora-Bora. Dinner aboard or, at an extra charge, at the Relais & Châteaux resort hotel, Le Taha’a. Depending on the day, there are special Polynesian buffet or seafood buffets. Moor for the night.

Day 5 : TAHA’A – BORA-BORA ( 3 to 4 hours sailing during which line fishing available)

Breakfast aboard. Sail to Bora-Bora and Motu Topua. Kayaking, snorkeling and swimming. Lunch aboard. Sail to Pofai Bay and then visit Vaitape Village for shopping, banking and internet access. Dinner aboard or, at an extra charge, at the famous Bloody Mary’s with its seafood specials and island atmosphere. Moor for the night.


Breakfast aboard. Sail along the string of motu – tiny islands. Optional extra – a visit to the Lagoonarium, a natural aquarium where you can watch shark and manta-ray feedings and swim with a myriad of colorful fish and turtles. Lunch aboard. In the afternoon we include a visit to the Deep Ocean Spa, run by the French company, Algotherm, at the InterContinental Resort & Thalasso Spa. (see more at Here you will enjoy a Polynesian massage called Monoï Hei Poa. You should arrive one hour before your appointment to prepare yourselves and, after the massage, you are free to enjoy its complimentary facilities of multisensorial outdoor spas, Jacuzzi, perfumed showers and rest lounge. Don’t forget your swimsuits! You can also add from a range of facial, balneotherapy and other treatments. Dinner aboard or, at an extra charge, in the romantic Mediterranean décor of theVilla Mahana where the chef is a graduate of the renowned Bocuse Institute of Lyon. There are just 5 tables so it’s best to book when you start your cruise or even earlier.


Breakfast aboard. Final sail to the Piti Motu. Disembark at the quayside of Vaitape before lunch around midday or at your hotel pontoon if feasible. The time of disembarkation is fixed according to your hotel location.
Note: The two dinners ashore are to be selected from among those proposed in this description or at another from the restaurant list on board.

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