Pacific Ocean

Tuamotus - Tahiti - Panama - New Zeland - Mexican Riviera - Marquesas - Hawaii - Galapagos - Fiji - Costa Rica - Chile - Australia 

Pacific Ocean

Charter yachts cruise the South Pacific year-round, alternating seasons in the tropical islands of Fiji and French Polynesia with seasons in New Zealand’s North and South Islands. The North Island is home to Auckland—the “City of Sails”—where the culture revolves around the sea. About one in three Auckland residents participate in regattas, weekend cruises and other forms of yachting. The Bay of Islands, also part of the North Island, is a relaxed destination with luxury spas, beautiful beaches and five-star restaurants. On the South Island, charters can include picturesque Marlborough Sound, where itineraries combine waterfront hiking and spectacular fresh seafood with visits to world-renowned wineries.

Tahiti / 3 yachts

Tahiti. The word evokes visions of an island paradise. With 118 islands boasting high, rugged mountain peaks, coral reefs, turquoise-blue lagoons, white sand, palm-fringed beaches, and luxuriously intimate resorts, each island paradise has something for everyone.

Tuamotus / 2 yachts

The Tuamotus or the Tuamotu Archipelago are a chain of islands and atolls in French Polynesia. They form the largest chain of atolls in the world, spanning an area of the Pacific Ocean roughly the size of Western Europe.

Marquesas / 1 yacht

The Marquesas Islands are a group of volcanic islands in French Polynesia, an overseas collectivity of France in the southern Pacific Ocean.

Hawaii

Hawaii is an archipelago of over nineteen distinct volcanic islands located over a geological "hot spot" in the Central Pacific. The Pacific plate on which the islands ride moves to the northwest, so in general the islands are older and smaller (due to erosion) as you move from southeast to northwest. There are eight major islands, six of which are open to tourism.

Costa Rica / 1 yacht

Costa Rica is ranked third in the world, and first among the Americas, in terms of the 2010 Environmental Performance Index. Costa Rica has bewilderingly diverse landscapes, flora, and fauna. From rain forests, to dry tropical and temperate forests, to volcanoes, to Caribbean and Pacific beaches, to high mountains, and marshy lowlands.

Chile

Chile's unusual, ribbon-like shape — 4,300 kilometres long and on average 175 kilometres wide — has given it a varied climate, ranging from the world's driest desert—the Atacama—in the north, through a Mediterranean climate in the centre, to a rainy temperate climate in the south.

Galapagos

The Galápagos archipelago is world-renowned for its unique and fearless wildlife much of which was inspiration for Charles Darwin's Theory of Natural Selection. The islands are therefore very popular amongst natural historians, both professional and amateur. Giant tortoises, sea lions, penguins, marine iguanas and different bird species can all be seen and approached.

Fiji / 2 yachts

Fiji offer itineraries in what are known as out-islands—those farthest away from civilization. Meet the charter yacht in a remote hideaway known only to birds and fish, and listen to the unblemished sounds of the sea as the yacht sits quietly at anchor each night. Look up, too, for the stars seem brighter than imaginable in places with no artificial light.

New Zealand / 1 yacht

New Zealand has three primary regions for yacht charter: Auckland, the Bay of Islands and Marlborough Sound.

Auckland’s nickname is the “City of Sails.” A large percentage of residents own yachts and love to take part in regattas, day cruises and other sailing activities. The America’s Cup was held here in 2000 and 2003, when the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron captivated the world’s attention. For charter clients who love to sail, an Auckland itinerary is hard to beat.

Australia / 1 yacht

Most attractions in Australia remain open year-round, some operating at a reduced frequency or shorter hours during the off-peak season. Salaried Australians have four weeks of annual leave and school children in the major population centres have January as a long break.

  • L.O.A.: 45.70m (149' 11")
  • Shipyard: Palmer Johnson
  • Built: 2010
  • Guests (Sleeping): 12
  • Starting at:
    163.398,69 €
    Minimal quantity: 1
  • L.O.A.: 45.00m (147' 8")
  • Shipyard: McMullen & Wing
  • Built: 2010
  • Guests (Sleeping): 10
  • Starting at:
    207.961,97 €
    Minimal quantity: 1
  • L.O.A.: 37.1m (122’)
  • Shipyard: Kha Shing
  • Built: 2009
  • Guests (Sleeping): 12
  • Starting at:
    84.882,44 €
    Minimal quantity: 1
  • L.O.A.: 25.75m (84' 6")
  • Shipyard: JFA, France
  • Built: 2004
  • Guests (Sleeping): 6
  • Starting at:
    29.708,85 €
    Minimal quantity: 1
  • L.O.A.: 24.80m (81'4")
  • Shipyard: Ferretti
  • Built: 2003
  • Guests (Sleeping): 8
  • Starting at:
    35.200,00 €
    Minimal quantity: 1
  • L.O.A.: 21.60m (70' 10")
  • Shipyard: Azimut
  • Built: 2008
  • Guests (Sleeping): 8 (6 adults and 2 young children)
  • Starting at:
    22.918,26 €
    Minimal quantity: 1