Tahiti cruises are all about discovering the Tahitian waters where you can embark on a voyage to explore these mystical South Pacific isles. Here, the ports-of-call are uncrowded and charming, the ships are smaller and luxurious, the neon-blue waters within the lagoons are calm, and the ocean journey between the islands is short. Cruises to Tahiti provide voyages where each island stopover will become your next favorite idyll and unforgettable memory.
The Paul Gauguin, historic and elegant 5 * ship, criss-crossed the Polynesian waters since 1998. Carrying its 332 passengers to inter-archipelago cruises, The Paul Gauguin has found the ideal recipe to satisfy them : Spacious and comfortable cabins, personalized service (2 crew members for 3 passengers), a cultural program with local flavors … and an almost unlimited range of activities And many privileges.
You haven’t seen Tahiti until you’ve seen it with Windstar Cruises. Under the billowing white sails of the 4-mastered Wind Spirit we visit one legendary Tahitian island after another. Go beyond the ordinary and experience dinner and fire dancers under the stars on a private motu dinner, swim, kayak and sail off the ship’s Watersports Platform, and chat to the Captain and the Officers on the Open Bridge. With just 148 guests, and 101 crew, spacious suites, sumptuous dining and highly personal, award-winning service, this is travel that’s 180 degrees from ordinary.
More than a means of transportation, you will live aboard an exceptional and shared adventures, learning the Polynesian lands and ancestors. As soon as you sail the Aranui 5, you will be completely immersed in Polynesian life for a 14-day adventure. This ship, baptized in December 2015, was designed to accommodate 254 passengers with 30 spacious, 40 nicely appointed standard cabins and a dormitory for 24 passengers.
Discover the Austral Islands by the sea ?
An authentic cruise aboard a freight mix (freight and passengers), reliable and comfortable. Observe the embarkation and disembarkation of the freight to these remote islands for which the Tuhaa Pae IV is a real umbilical cord. He brought food and equipment and allowed the inhabitants to export their copra and their agricultural productions to the big island.
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