South Pacific

This spectacular South Pacific charter area is made up of French Polynesia, Fiji, Tonga, Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, Solomons, Cook Islands....amongst other island groups and was once a treasure experienced by only a dedicated few. Now, with the increase in modern airlines, tourism infrastructure, and professional yacht charter operators, the South Pacific Islands can be easily cruised by all.

The tropical climate of the South Pacific and its more than 130 islands stretching from the Solomon Islands east of Papua New Guinea to the Tahitian archipelago in the far west make it the ultimate year-round cruising destination.

Geographically and culturally divided into several regions, including Micronesia, Melanesia and Polynesia, the South Pacific offers a myriad of cruising holiday alternatives.

The land is made up primarily of volcanic islands surrounded coral reefs and crystal clear waters in multiple shades of blue and green.

Diving and snorkeling are outstanding throughout the South Pacific. There are also miles of pristine volcanic beaches in varying colors, dotted with palm trees.

This is a wonderful place to relax and bask in nature. But the unique history and culture that can be found on each island chain are also well worth exploring.
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French Polynesia

The French Polynesian Islands, located 15 to 18 degrees south of the equator, fall within the tropical zone and thus enjoy warm weather year round. Tahiti is an ideal place to sail as winds are calm and rainfall moderate.
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Fiji

The beautiful islands of Fiji are 1,900 miles from Tahiti and 1,400 miles from Brisbane, Australia. The 300 Fijian Islands are spread out over 250 miles of ocean Seeing them all would mean a significant time commitment so a one week charter will require you to choose a specific area to cruise.
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Galapagos

The Galapagos Islands are an archipelago of volcanic islands located in the Pacific Ocean, 972 km (525 nmi) western side of continental Ecuador, of which they are a part. It covers an area of almost 8,000 km2 (3,030 mi2), with 19 islands, 13 of which are major.
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