Yacht Charters in
French Polynesia

French Polynesia is a idyllic archipelago located in the Pacific Ocean. This charming archipelago is full of riches with crystal clear lagoons, white sandy beaches, and lush fauna and flora.


Start your cruise on the beautiful island of Papeete. Early in the day, experience the spas and indulge in a Tahitian massage with monoi oil. Then, have lunch at an elegant island restaurant. In the afternoon, immerse yourself in Polynesian culture at the Pearl Museum where you will learn about the pearl culture. End the day beautifully by admiring a beautiful sunset at Paofai Park.


Sail to the neighboring island of Moorea where you will surely have the great opportunity to observe whales.
In the afternoon, try quad biking or snorkeling with manta rays, turtles, or sharks.
Take a hike to Mount Rotui. This place offers a splendid view.


Set sail for Tietaroa. Have breakfast on the deck of the boat, then sunbathe. Paddle on the crystal-clear water or try the traditional boat: the pirogue. Then, return to your luxury yacht for a cocktail.


Tender ashore to mysterious Huahine Island. Explore the island on horseback. Take an interesting tour of the Maeva archaeological site. Soak up this mystical universe.
Moreover, Huahine Island is famous for the famous sacred eels found in the main stream of the village of Faie.
For surfing enthusiasts, the island has a surf spot: Ava Mo’a Pass near the village of Fare. It is also possible to practice other water sports such as windsurfing, for example.


Anchor at Raiatea. Start the day with a hike on Mount Temehani. For lunch, fill up on Tahitian-style raw fish with coconut milk. Then head to the Marae de Taputapuātea, the largest temple in Polynesia. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this archaeological site is over 1,000 years old.
Save some time to rub shoulders with the local culture by attending a local dance with traditional costumes.
In Raiatea, do not miss a diving trip to discover one of the only wrecks in Polynesia.


Sail to the neighboring island of Taha’a. In the morning, go snorkeling and contemplate the sumptuous coral garden of Motu Vaiorea. Admire the Orchydées, typical flowers of French Polynesia. Continue this olfactory journey with a visit to the Vanilla Museum. Also take advantage of this stopover to visit the local rum factory. Familiarize yourself with the culture tasting authentic flavors.

Bora Bora

Finish your sumptuous trip in Bora Bora. Take a flight over Bora Bora by helicopter. You can also see the heart-shaped island of Tupai.
Then you can use the water sports equipment or try kitesurfing.


The best time to go to French Polynesia is probably during the southern winter, from mid-April to October.



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