Cruising is an easy and convenient way to see the stunning islands of Tahiti, not to mention making for a romantic and luxurious getaway. If you're looking to whisk your loved one away for a couples' getaway in 2016, seeing Tahiti is set to be even more accessible with the addition of Dream Yacht Charter's three new Lagoon 620 vessels.
The stylish new vessels will add to the two Eleuthera 60ft sailing catamarans, offering cabins on dedicated charters.
Tahiti Tourisme Australia and New Zealand Director Robert Thompson says that sailing is becoming an increasingly popular way to see the islands of Tahiti as not only is it affordable but it makes sense to explore her by sea, to see the picturesque atolls and islands of the Tuamotu and Society archipelagos.
"Each vessel is a presidential overwater villa that moves with you from island to island."
Dream Yacht Charter's five dedicated cabin cruise vessels will offer a guaranteed departure every week in 2016 on itineraries ranging from four to 11 days in the Tuamotus and Society Islands as well as private charters in all of the French Polynesian archipelagos.
Enjoy a nine-night sojourn in Tahiti including three-nights on a deluxe catamaran with full board, three nights in an overwater villa at Le Taha’a Resort with daily three-course dinner, one night at Raiatea Lodge, two nights at Le Meridien Tahiti, return economy flights with Air Tahiti Nui, and transfers including inter-island flights, priced from $5900* per person twin share.
The Lagoon 620 catamarans come with a professional crew and feature six ensuite cabins with air conditioning as well as enticing public spaces including a luxe saloon and trampoline on the bow. Dream Yacht Charter also offers a fleet of smaller catamarans which can be hired for bareboat or crewed charters in Tahiti. For more information visit Tahiti Now.