French Polynesia Yacht Charter


French Polynesia Yacht Charter
This spectacular French Polynesia yacht charter area is made up of French Polynesia, Fiji, Tonga, Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, Solomons, Cook Islands, Samoa, Wells Fortuna, and Kirabati, amongst other island groups, dotted across the South Pacific Ocean between vast expanses of ocean. The area is so huge that cruising seasons differ across it; however, in general a tropical climate prevails with varying degrees of rainfall. The land is made up primarily of volcanic islands surrounded coral reefs and crystal clear waters in multiple shades of blue and green. Diving and snorkeling are outstanding throughout the South Pacific, making it an ideal international charter destination. There are also miles of pristine volcanic beaches in varying colors, dotted with palm trees. This is a wonderful place to relax and bask in nature. But the unique history and culture that can be found on each island chain are also well worth exploring.
French Polynesia
French Polynesia is actually five archipelagoes spread over 1,240 miles, halfway between California and Australia, in the middle of the South Pacific. A yacht charter itinerary in the Society Islands captures the best of this exotic region.
Society Islands
The main Society Islands are Tahiti, Moorea, Raiatea, Taha’a, Hauhine and Bora Bora. They are just five or six hours sail from each other aboard your private charter yacht. Each island is dominated by tall volcanic hills covered in luscious green undergrowth and surrounded by coral reefs that shelter its lagoon and sandy beaches.
Mediterranean Yacht Charter


Tahiti, the largest and best-known of the islands, is the place to go if you are looking for a soothing spa, an elegant candle-light dinner or a trendy nightclub. The capital city of Papeete is a good place for shopping, especially if you are in the market for black pearls. Fans of the painter Gauguin, who lived on the island for several years, will want to visit the Gauguin Museum.


Moorea is the “poster child” for the Society Islands – a verdant isle dotted with small villages made up of pastel-colored houses encircled by hisbiscus and birds of paradise. Raiatea, the center of Polynesian culture 1,000 years ago, is known as “the Sacred Isle.” Flower-shaped Taha’a is full of farms where fragrant vanilla is the main crop.


If you charter in the Society Islands in August through October, you might also get a glimpse of a humpback whale to make your magical experience complete.
French Polynesia Yachts for Charter