Tuamotus

Tuamotus
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.

Head for the Tuamotus. It’s the dream South Seas snapshot: the 77 atolls, narrow coral rings encircling turquoise lagoons; that make up this stunning archipelago are flung over an immense stretch of indigo-blue ocean.
Life in the atolls is equal parts harsh and paradisiacal: hardly anything grows so there’s little fruit and vegetables, and the only drinking water is collected from the rain. Yet the silence, starry skies, coral beaches, blue lagoons, idyllic motu (coral islets) and languid pace of life captivate nearly everyone who makes it here. Most tourists visit Rangiroa, Tikehau, Fakarava and Manihi, which have the bulk of tourist infrastructure, but it’s also possible to explore lesser-known beauties such as Ahe and Mataiva.

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  • L.O.A.: 45.70m (149' 11")
  • Shipyard: Palmer Johnson
  • Built: 2010
  • Guests (Sleeping): 12
  • Starting at:
    162.474,68 €
    Minimal quantity: 1
  • L.O.A.: 45.00m (147' 8")
  • Shipyard: McMullen & Wing
  • Built: 2010
  • Guests (Sleeping): 10
  • Starting at:
    206.785,96 €
    Minimal quantity: 1