Private cruising offers a secluded and romantic vacation in the South Pacific

Cruises in French Polynesia offer a lot of value due to the high cost of dining, hotels, and transportation on land.
With Tahiti Yacht Charter, vacationers can find their own private slice of paradise on a private cruise through French Polynesia. The company offers 25 catamarans that are available for charter by groups of two to eight guests. Larger groups of up to 12 can also opt for a “bareboat” charter, a cruise without the crew.

For something truly romantic and memorable, however, the company offers couples cruise packages for a private, secluded getaway that no couple will ever forget. For four days and three nights, guests on the Iti Iti cruise will sail onboard a catamaran of 38- to 56-feet in length, enjoying the services of a captain and a private chef. Other vessel amenities include air conditioned cabins and a mesh trampoline at the bow of the ship, where guests can lounge right in the lagoon.

All meals during the cruise are included, as well as a special dinner at the Realis & Chateau Le Tahaa Island Resort & Spa. Snacks and alcoholic beverages are an additional cost, and guests can even preorder their favorite drinks and snacks before their cruise, and the staff will stock the boat to their specifications.

To customize their journey, guests can choose from three Iti Iti itinerary routes for their cruise:
• Raiatea-Tahaa-Raiatea, to visit a Polynesian temple, a pearl farm and a vanilla farm.
• Raiatea-Tahaa-Bora Bora, where guests are delivered right to the dock of their Bora Bora hotels when possible.
• Huahine-Tahaa-Raiatea, allowing guests to connect to Bora Bora on a mere 15-minute flight on Air Tahiti.

Prices for the Iti Iti cruising varies between about $2,080 and $2,535 per person, depending on the season.