French Polynesia

This is the name of a group of over 150 islands in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. The most popular of these are Tahiti, Moorea, Raiatea, and BORA BORA. They are some of the most beautiful places in the world. It is said that by repeating the name BORA BORA twice the locals want to emphasize its charm. The island is considered the 8th wonder of nature. Tahiti is the biggest island, divided into two parts - the Greater and the Smaller Tahiti - connected by a narrow defile. When you go sightseeing, you can see picturesque waterfalls, walk among the greenery of the island, and taste the local cuisine. Raiatea means "Holy Island." It is surrounded by a lagoon, and the inland part reveals a Polynesian paradise, where unique flowers (including the Tiare Apetahi, the only one in the world) grow among green valleys. There are many waterfalls and picturesque bays. Beautiful places invite you to go sightseeing, and the blue water to go diving. We sail the waters of French Polynesia throughout the entire year. The constant winds favor sailors. Paradise islands on the Indian Ocean.

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THE PRICE OF THE CRUISE INCLUDES:

  • space in a large and comfortable cabin for two, with a luxurious bathroom and shower,
  • the services of an experienced skipper, a yacht captain, who knows the waters very well,
  • the realization of a tourist program and a recreational cruise,
  • the use of recreational equipment onboard the yacht, a pontoon with an outboard engine, and diving equipment.

THE PROCE OF THE CRUISE DOES NOT INCLUDE:

  • flight costs,
  • food and drinks,
  • maintenance costs during cruise ( fuel, water),
  • port and customs fees,
  • transportation from and to the airport,
  • cleaning of the yacht after the cruise,
  • medical and accident insurance

Customs, port and tourist fees, fuel, water, and food costs are paid from a common cashbox. The suggested daily contribution is 15/20 USD/EURO per person, calculated after the cruise. The money that is not spent is returned. The crew control the spending, adjusting it to their needs and to the standard they find suitable. During the cruise the skipper is exempt from contributing to the cashbox.