The impossibly remote and endlessly alluring French Polynesian islands were one of the last places on Earth to be settled by humans. Today, the year-round trade winds and mild, consistent climate make Tahiti a year-round sailing destination.
A Tahitian sailing holiday is no coastal cruise, with many of French Polynesia’s islands spread tens or even hundreds of miles apart. Experienced ocean sailors will relish the opportunity to sail the calm waters of the South Pacific in search of island-hopping adventure, encountering welcoming traditional island communities, dramatic volcanic scenery, and incredible oceanic wildlife along the way.
Our base is found on Raiatea, a small island in the centre of French Polynesia. Thousands of miles from the nearest large landmass, Raiatea is surrounded by the countless tiny, remote islands of the South Pacific. Dive the circuit of reefs that surround Raiatea and neighbouring Taha’a and come face-to-face with Polynesia’s remarkable marine life. Sheltered from swells but open to the strong trade winds, Raiatea’s self-contained lagoon offers truly excellent sailing.
Exotic, far-flung paradise
Explore untouched visions of paradise on a bareboat charter vacation in Tahiti. Nestled in the heart of the Pacific Ocean, French Polynesia’s exotic islands offer a majestic destination of unrivalled tropical beauty.
Balmy trade winds carry you between exquisite coral reefs, shimmering lagoons and deserted white sand atolls, while spells of open-water sailing take you to lush Polynesian islands. From the vanilla-scented shores of Taha’a to romantic Bora Bora, this far-flung sailing paradise is destined to put you under its enchanting spell.