Experience the luxury of private yacht cruising in Tahiti with custom cruise itineraries through Bora Bora, Raiatea, Taha’a and Huahine aboard your own private catamaran. Enjoy secluded white sand beaches, stop at a remote motu and swim in translucent lagoons – the beauty of Tahiti Yacht Charter is you can do as much or as little as you want. The crew will tailor your sailing experience to your desires, taking into account the type of catamaran, the season and the duration of your cruise. The fleet of 30 modern and luxurious catamarans can accommodate anywhere from two to twelve people. Each is equipped with two kayaks, two floating hammocks, dinghy, snorkeling and fishing gear.
Cruises range from 4-7 days and are inclusive of all meals (except 2 dinners). Your sailing holiday is complete with an English speaking skipper and a chef who will handle every detail, allowing you to simply relax and enjoy your time cruising through the warm waters of French Polynesia.
The Mahe 36 is the smallest in the fleet and can accommodate six passengers. Ideal for family cruising, the catamaran includes either three cabins and a bathroom with a shower or two cabins and two bathrooms. For cruises with a crew, one cabin is reserved for crew members.
The Lucia 40 offers bright and spacious accommodations for up to six guests with large windows in the bedrooms. The catamaran includes 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, a large L-bench seat in the rear, a cockpit and trampolines on the foredeck.
The Lagoon 42 can spaciously accommodate six passengers. It includes four double cabins and four bathrooms with showers. The crew would occupy one cabin.
The Saba 50 has five double cabins with five toilets/showers, comfortably fitting up to 10 passengers. The exterior is composed of a large reardeck with bench seats, a lounge deck close to the cockpit, and a sun lounger on the foredeck.
The Solea has five double cabins with air-conditioning and private bathrooms, a water-maker, 220V generator, USB jack, a Nespresso machine, and a three person crew. Spacious indoor areas and large outdoor lounges create a pleasant living experience for all onboard. Water activities onboard include paddleboards, kayaks, sea hammocks, tubes, snorkeling gear and a fishing rod.
The Senso accommodates 8 passengers comfortably. It includes four double cabins each with a private bathroom, a living room with 360-degree views and three outside lounges. This catamaran is equipped with two paddleboards, kayaks, sea hammocks, snorkeling gear, a fishing rod, a DVD player and a TV in one of the lounges. Cruise includes a crew of a captain, chef/hostess and helper.
The Diva accommodates 8 passengers. It includes 4 double cabins each with air-conditioning and a private bathroom, a living room with 360-degree views and three outside lounges.
The Allegra has five double cabins with air-conditioning and private bathrooms, a water-maker, 220V generator, a Nespresso machine, and a three person crew. Spacious indoor areas and large outdoor lounges create a pleasant living experience for all onboard. On-board activities include paddleboards, kayaks, sea hammocks, tubes, snorkeling gear, a fishing rod, a DVD player and a TV in the lounge.
Featuring Tahiti Yacht Charter and the InterContinental Bora Bora Thalasso
Sail the islands of Raiatea, Taha'a and Bora Bora aboard your own private catamaran. This experience is followed by three nights in an Overwater Bungalow at the InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa. Includes round-trip international air from select California cities, all transfers and inter-island air, all meals while on the cruise, free daily breakfast and dinner in Bora Bora, and one night at the InterContinental Resort in Tahiti.
Featuring 6-night Yacht Charter and Conrad Bora Bora
Experience the best of land and sea with this great vacation package. First, cruise the Leeward Society Islands of Raiatea, Taha'a, Huahine and Bora Bora for 6 nights aboard a Lagoon 400 sailing catamaran on a private Nomade Cruise by Tahiti Yacht Charter. Then spend 4 nights in an Overwater Villa at the Conrad Bora Bora.