South Pacific Yacht Charters including ONE WAYS to Tuamotu with new Lagoon 46!

Sailing Adventures in French Polynesia with NEW 2020 built Lagoon 46:

Published by Eldin Basic BA (Hons) on 19th December 2020!

Sailing yacht charter in South Pacific is one of the most recommendable yachting holidays anywhere.  With a catamaran such as Lagoon 46 featuring wraparound windows in saloon and open views from the flybridge, your exploration of the local lagoon's that includes special islands such as Tahiti, Bora Bora, Tahaa and Society or Tuamotu archipelago is certainly a  mesmerising prospect.  By heading down there, half way between Australia and South America, you will be enjoying a very special experience with plenty of panoramic views and uninterrupted selfies.

A lot has been written about these islands where mountainous peaks rise from the sea and where many sea creatures roam freely.  You are likely to encounter sharks, dolphins, soft and hard corals full of colour and otherwise more than several hundred of other type of fish.   A few luxury resorts exist too; and you can visit some in case you are keen on a bit of a civilisation, as these sailing grounds are ideal for social distancing and self-isolation rather than parties and long nights out as in Virgin Islands. Line-of-sight navigation is usually only available within reefs and lagoons, while in between, considerable sailing distances invite for adventurous sailing. The weather tends to be consistent throughout the year with temperatures usually in mid 20's in terms of Celsius degrees (ca. 80-Fahrenheit)

Tides can be very strong within the narrow passages around Lagoons, otherwise the significance of sea movement is minimal. Trade winds tend to be Easterly and can hit high teens or at times even low 20kn at times. Inside the lagoons or reefs, careful sailing is needed as charts may not always be 100% accurate, thus line-of-sight oversight is needed. With main islands of Bora-Bora, Tahaa, Huahine and Raiatea each having their own distinguished atmosphere, they also have many similarities such as amazing and serene nature, magical beach fronts with coconut trees and powdery sands guaranteeing relaxed ambience and slow living.

With mesmerising landscapes, rich marine life as well as good tourism offering, that incudes your Lagoon 46 Poe Rava, otherwise fully equiped, you can plan a sailing adventure of a lifetimie for sure.   Romance is written big here too which a range of luxury restaurants can certainly enhance.  With a fully equipped yacht your visit to other islands will always be a pleasurable experience.   Anchoring in a new bay or lagoon should also be an amazing sightseeing adventure, thus when you arrive to locations such as Anapa Peal Farm, you can look forward to both expeirencing a new way of life where producation and export of unique pearls means business and survival for locals.

Your chosen boat comes with AIR CON, GENERATOR, solar panels, a watermaker and 4 double en suite cabins.  This ensures relaxing platform when anchoring as well as when sailing.  Indepence is guaranteed with big water and fuel tanks and 2x57hp engines provide plenty of power to get out of trouble should your sails not be helpful.  Bring your family or party of up to 10 and set sail in the Tahiti's or towards Tuamotu's on a one way yacht charter basis. 

To book your private superyacht charter in the South Pacific, or in particular around the French Polynesian Islands throughout the year, please do get in touch by filling out the enquiry form, by email, on WhatsApp or on social media.

This news refers to LAGOON 46 ''Poe Rava'' sailing catamarna based in Tahiti!


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