Luxury Catamaran in French Polynesia

Posted by Laura Hernandez - Nurse · in French Polynesia, French Polynesia · about Luxury

Luxury Catamaran in French Polynesia

Posted by Laura Hernandez - Nurse · in French Polynesia, French Polynesia · about Luxury

A dream cruise in paradise...

Displaying high performance, quality and comfort, this brand new yacht, the Lagoon 620, has not only been maintained to the highest standard but also displays incredible attention to detail with many added touches throughout. Its substantial living space and outdoor area along with a beautifully designed interior really make this a luxury yacht. With 3 cabins it can sleep up to 6 people, but many couples chose to charter it exclusively. You will have a private chef and skipper and all meals are included (breakfast, lunch and dinner).

You will enjoy luxurious carpeted cabins, memory foam mattresses and unsuited bathrooms - the perfect place to come back to after a day in the sun! The master cabin also features a private sitting area with television, direct access to the cockpit and a large bathroom area.

The focus on this experience is to ensure you experience the most enjoyable, relaxing holiday - whether that be through exploring the volcanic islands, sunbathing on the flybridge or having fun with the water toys, such as kitesurfing, wakeboarding, water-skiing, paddle boarding or snorkelling between the colourful reef.

This magnificent yacht experience offers Society Islands, Marquesas and Tuamotus as sailing destinations and it is available all year round.

From June until October, Ocean View is in the Society Islands - Tahiti, Moorea, Huahine, Raiatea, Tahaa and Bora Bora. This area offers a huge playground for diving, snorkelling and relaxing. Surrounded by reef, the turquoise water and beautiful islands will make your holiday unforgettable.

Later in the year - November until April - the Marquesas are a fantastic place to visit.Striking, dramatic and wild, these islands have an incredibly different feel to the Societies. Enjoy stunning hikes, waterfalls and diving with manta rays and experience an untouched paradise.

The Tuamotus are another great option and with an airport in Fakarava, it is easily accessible from Tahiti. Snorkel with sharks and rays and wander through the palm tree covered atolls. This is truly one of the most beautiful destinations.

Closely related to the ocean, “The Islands of Tahiti” are an invitation to cruising. Therefore, the sailboat catamaran Lagoon 620 is a fantastic option to make this spectacular journey come true. Onboard this catamaran, synonymous of elegance and refinement, enjoy a privileged setting for a unique cruise. Captain Pawel and Chef Clare are set to deliver an indelible experience!

Complimentary Activities

  • Dinghy with outboard engine
  • Snorkeling gear
  • Stand-up paddle
  • Wakeboard
  • Kite-surf
  • Waterskiing
  • Fishing rod
  • Children safety net

With Supplement

  • Fine wines, champagne, specific alcoholic drinks, extra drinks
  • Inter-Islands airfares, round trip transfer airport to catamaran
  • Dockage fees, if any
  • Use of communication means available on board
  • Crew’s gratuity.


Suggested Itineraries:

Tahiti and Moorea

Day 1: Boarding in Marina Taina. Move to anchor in front of the Intercontinental - snorkel/ dive at the aeroplane and shipwreck.
Day 2: Depending on the weather sail to Venus Point or Maraa caves.
Day 3: Sail to Moorea - Haapiti.
Day 4: Sail around Moorea to Papetoai.
Day 5: Stay in Opunohu Bay.
Day 6: Move to Cook’s Bay for departure.

Raiatea and Bora Bora

Day 1: Boarding in Raiatea and sail to Tahaa, Motu Mahaea.

Day 2: Move to Toamaro Point (pearl farm). After visiting the pearl farm, sail to the Coral Gardens at Motu Tautau.

Day 3: Sail to Bora Bora - anchor in Tehou Bay for the ray and shark feeding.

Day 4: Sail around Bora Bora to the south east - anchor near Tepuhoro Point and enjoy amazing snorkeling

Day 5: Departure.



Contact us for more information and pricing on this luxurious catamaran experience in the stunning islands of French Polynesia!

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