French Polynesia

With 118 islands, expanding more than 2,000 Kilometers, French Polynesia is the hidden gem of the South Pacific, and there is no better way to explore it than aboard a yacht charter. Discover the sensual islands Bora Bora, Tahiti, and all the exotic destinations in between. Bathe beneath beautiful waterfalls, paddle through serene coves, hike amongst ancient mountains. Cruise by the tropical cabanas of the resorts, walk on the shoreline of black sand beaches and view vivid fish playing in the coral reefs. Relax with a tropical concoction in your hand or set out for an adventure fishing for black Marlins in the deep seas. Grab a board and hang ten while surfing these world-renowned waves. Dine on your daily catch or delight in the local cuisine. No matter your fantasy, this reality awaits aboard your yacht charter to French Polynesia.

Sample Itinerary

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Day 1 - Tahiti

Waterfalls and black sand beaches welcome you to paradise. Upon your arrival, take your time to explore the capital Pape’ete. In July to October, you may even spot a whale off shore. Spend your first night at anchor here and enjoy what indulgences your chef on board has to offer.

a couple standing on a grassy hill overlooking a mountain in the distance

Day 2 - Tahiti to Mo'orea

Polynesian culture knows no bounds, as Mo’orea is one of the most mystical islands here. Splash in the crystal-clear waters as sharks and rays swim alongside you. Hike the 685-foot “Magic Mountain” for sweeping views. Delight in dinner and beverages at Le K or Coco Beach, before cruising off into the sunset towards Huahine.

girl with hat riding horse on a beach

Day 3 - Huahine

The Garden Island, Huahine, is known for its lush forests of greenery. Make your way to La Petite Ferme, for a horseback tour of the beaches and coconut plantations. Spend the rest of the day exploring this island on your own, or enjoying the luxuries aboard.

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Day 4 - Huahine to Taha'a

As you pull up to the island of Taha’a, take a deep breath and enjoy the sweet smell. The many gardens that cover this island give it the nickname “Vanilla Island”. Claim one of the islets all to yourself, as the crew continues to deliver your beverage of choice. Stop by the shop of Monique Champon, to browse her lovely pearl jewelry, and have a piece custom created for you or your loved one. 

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Day 5 - Raiatea

As the second largest island, Tahitians believe that this island is the birthplace of their gods, giving creation to their religious beliefs. Here you can discover one of the most important, and well-preserved Tahitian cultural sites. Explore on shore, then kayak the Faaroa River with a beach picnic for dinner.

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Day 6 - Bora Bora

You will quickly see why romantics flock to Bora Bora. At 2,385 feet, Mount Otemanu towers over the island. Hibiscus blossoms, palm trees, and clear waters meet at the shoreline. The MaiKai Marina and Yacht Club chef catches the seafood used in his delicious French and Polynesian cuisine. Dip your toe in the water for one last retreat before being ferried to the airport.  

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