A superyacht charter in French Polynesia is the adventure of a lifetime: sheltered anchorages nestled within vibrant coral reefs, balmy trade winds and soaring volcanic mountains as your dramatic backdrop. This is somewhere you can truly get away from it all, and immerse yourself in the peaceful way of life embraced by the islanders. Consisting of over one hundred islands resting in sparkling lagoon-like waters, this is a haven for snorkeling and scuba diving. Swimming off the islands’ innumerable white-sand beaches across their calm, fjord-like bays is an extraordinary experience, whilst the luckiest visitors will get to meet the islands’ playful white dolphins.
Super yacht charters in the South Pacific are all about ultimate relaxation and utter luxury – a holiday for the mind, the body, and the soul. Once a destination for only the most intrepid explorers, modern infrastructures have made this corner of the globe – once considered the very edge of the known world – accessible to all. All but a privileged few, however, will be lucky enough to explore the South Pacific by private charter yacht. Take a fortnight to cruise the islands of Tahiti, Tonga, Fiji, the Cook Islands, New Caledonia, and Vanuatu, and you will experience sights that will remain etched on your memory for a lifetime.
A South Pacific charter itinerary must include Tahiti, the yachting capital of French Polynesia: verdant and dramatic with lagoons full of tropical fish and gleaming beaches fringed with coconut palms. Another must see is Bora Bora – the pearl of the Pacific. The island lies within a bright cerulean lagoon reminiscent of an artists’ palette, all white-sand beaches and fragrant forests of wild hibiscus The laid-back Cook Islands are ideal for fishing, whilst a visit to the Kingdom of Tonga offers the unique opportunities to spot humpback whales and watch the sun rise from the international date line, since these islands extend across this boundary. Wherever you drop anchor in this intimate paradise, you can expect the most exquisite and stunning views, calm waters and warm, South Pacific hospitality wherever you set foot ashore