- Mahé 36 - Fountaine Pajot (2014)RaïateaCapacity 6Cabins 3 cabBerths 6Engine ---Draught 1.10mSize 36ftReinforced Health Measuresfrom3 500 €*from 30/03 to 06/04View details
- Lagoon 42 - Lagoon (2019)RaïateaCapacity 10Cabins 4 cabBerths 8+2Engine 2x90hpDraught 1.25mSize 42ftReinforced Health Measuresfrom7 500 €*from 30/03 to 06/04View details
- Lagoon 40 - Lagoon (2020)RaïateaCapacity 10Cabins 4 cabBerths 8+2Engine ---Draught 1.35mSize 39ftReinforced Health Measuresfrom7 000 €*from 30/03 to 06/04View details
- Mahé 36 - Fountaine Pajot (2014)RaïateaCapacity 6Cabins 2 cabBerths 4+2Engine ---Draught 1.10mSize 36ftReinforced Health Measuresfrom3 500 €*from 30/03 to 06/04View details
- Lagoon 46 - Lagoon (2020)RaïateaCapacity 12Cabins 4 cabBerths 8+4Engine ---Draught 1.30mSize 46ftReinforced Health Measuresfrom9 500 €*from 30/03 to 06/04View details
Lagoon 52 Fly - Lagoon (2019)RaïateaCapacity 14Cabins 6 cabBerths 12+2Engine 2x76hpDraught 1.55mSize 52ftReinforced Health Measuresfrom 9 500 €9 025 €*from 02/12 to 09/12View details
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Bali 4.5 - Bali Catamarans (2017)RaïateaCapacity 10Cabins 4 cabBerths 8+2Engine 2x55hpDraught 1.22mSize 45ftReinforced Health Measuresfrom 5 120 €4 864 €*from 06/01 to 13/01View details
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- Lagoon 400 - Lagoon (2014)RaïateaCapacity 10Cabins 4 cabBerths 8+2Engine ---Draught 1.21mSize 39ftReinforced Health Measuresfrom5 000 €*from 30/03 to 06/04View details
Bali 4.1 - Bali Catamarans (2021)RaïateaCapacity 10Cabins 4 cabBerths 8+2Engine ---Draught 1.12mSize 41ftReinforced Health Measuresfrom 4 895 €4 650 €*from 06/01 to 13/01View details
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Catana 47 - Catana (2011)RaïateaCapacity 10Cabins 4 cabBerths 8+2Engine 2x56hpDraught 2.50mSize 46ftReinforced Health Measuresfrom 4 405 €4 185 €*from 06/01 to 13/01View details
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Explore the Beauty of French Polynesia
Prime Sailing Conditions
The beauty of French Polynesia is exemplified when viewed from the comfort of your own chartered catamaran. Although accessible throughout the year, it is recommended to sail in this area between March and November, with the mid-summer months proving to be the high season. During this time, you can expect south-easterly winds and pristine sunshine, but as always, this could be subject to change. The tranquil seas make sailing a breeze, and you will have no problem docking and exploring the luscious landscapes of French Polynesia. Why not go for a dip in the crystal-clear waters first thing in the morning?
French Polynesia is home to an array of remarkable ruins which display the impact of ancient civilisations on the islands’ lifestyle and culture. Temples such as the Taputapuatea on Raiatea are preserved UNESCO World Heritage Sites and offer glimpses into a nearly forgotten past. Or visit the Museum of Tahiti and Her Islands to gain insight into the geological, natural, and cultural characteristics of this stunning location. With more understanding of the region comes appreciation of the beauty of French Polynesia, which becomes all the more evident as you sail throughout the islands on your chartered catamaran.
The freshest produce, expertly prepared with an island flourish – that is what awaits you in the countless dining options throughout French Polynesia. There are many dishes belonging to each individual island, such as Poisson Cru in Tahiti, which consists of fish, coconut milk and the juice of a lime perfectly incorporated with finely diced vegetables. Perhaps dinner at sunset on your catamaran can offer the view of a lifetime, as there is nothing better than sharing a meal with loved ones in one of the most beautiful destinations in the world.
Journey into the Wild
Each island in French Polynesia is home to preserved, pristine and simply breathtaking vegetations and views. No two islands are the same thanks to an abundance of eroded shorelines, jaw-dropping waterfalls, and fascinating wildlife both on and off-shore. Whether you want to reach new heights in Moorea, tan on the pink sandy beaches of Fakarava, or marvel at the natural beauty of Nuka Hiva, chartering a catamaran in French Polynesia is the way to go. Take some enviable photographs on the fantastic hike known as Les Trois Cascades on Raiatea or be amazed at the extraordinary views from Mount Rotui in Moorea. This corner of paradise is certainly not to be missed.
Chartering a catamaran in French Polynesia is a must-do for anyone who loves the sea. Here, you have first-hand access to explore some of the world’s most iconic shorelines. Inland, equally as impressive sites including Ma’raa Caves and Afareaitu Waterfalls provide stunning vistas to explore. If you want to see some of the region’s most fascinating wildlife, it can be as easy as jumping straight in from your catamaran! The turquoise waters of French Polynesia are the perfect swimming location for any holiday maker.
How to get to French Polynesia
Flying to French Polynesia for Americans and Europeans is recommended through LA International Airport, which provides weekly services to Fa’a International Airport. From this airport, you will be able to fly further to Raiatea, Bora Bora, or wherever it is you choose to begin this exciting adventure on your catamaran. Transport around the island is best done on foot, on bike or rented car, but there are also bus links available.
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