A Tahiti yacht charter is fit for television, with its crystal clear turquoise waters and tall mountainous peaks painting the perfect picture. Famously, on Season 6 of ‘Below Deck‘, Captain Lee Rosbach and Kate Chastain lead M/Y SEANNA through the breath-taking waters of Tahiti. The remote, exotic playground of Tahiti is an exciting destination full of things for you and your guests to do on your next yacht charter.
Islands to Visit by Yacht in Tahiti
Have you ever dreamed of a lush, pristine world of sun-drenched landscapes that come to life right before your eyes when you step off the yacht?
On the Islands of Tahiti, the air is full of alluring dreaminess. An explosion of colors dazzle your eyes as you scan verdant valleys, azure skies and turquoise lagoons.
Tahiti, Mo’orea, Huahine, Raiatea, Taha’a, Bora Bora and Maupiti are high and mystical islands of French Polynesia. Their deep valleys are perfumed by the Tahitian flower, short-lived jewels that one wears over the ear. Rangiroa, Manihi, Fakarava, Tikehau are considered “pearl islands”. They enclose their jewelry-box lagoons in the blue depths where black pearls grow and develop. View a full Tahiti Yacht Charter itinerary here.
The familiar islands of Tahiti, Mo’orea and Bora Bora are called the Society Islands. Every island of the Society archipelago unveils a legacy. Experience a culture in constant development, authentic encounters and an invaluable art of living in harmony with an unspoiled environment.
The Marquesas Archipelago are isolated rocky fortresses rising from the ocean that can be seen from miles away. The culture is extraordinary as the beating of the foot drums can be heard from onboard the yacht. The Archipelago will seduce you, fill you with emotion and will forever obsess you. The most prestigious artists such as Paul Gauguin, Herman Melville, Robert Louis Stevenson or the French singer Jacques Brel all passionately attempted to express this amazing and original beauty through their art.
Horse ride along the vertiginous towering cliffs carved by the wind and sea sprays or along the beautiful sheltered Hatu’ana bay. Snorkel and discover a sea-cave and the unrevealed secret of the “step cave” at Tekehu Point. Follow the spiritual steps of the ancient religious sacred sites, such as me’ae Meiaute. Feel an atmosphere filled with MANA by strange carvings that look extraterrestrial.
Weather on Tahiti
Tahiti’s islands are located south of the equator. The climate is warm and tropical with 2 seasons, Summer and Winter. Summer is from November to April with warm and humid conditions. Winter is May to October with just slightly cooler temperatures and dryer atmosphere.
Things to Know
The Islands of Tahiti are 10 hours behind GMT. This is a 12-hours summertime or 11 hours wintertime difference from Paris. 2 hours difference from the United States Pacific Coast. 6 hours difference from Santiago de Chile. 19 hours from Tokyo and the Australian eastern seaboard and a 22 hours difference from New Zealand.
CURRENCY EXCHANGE/BUY RATES
EUR 1 = F.CFP 119.33
GBP 1 = F.CFP 144,72
USD 1 = F.CFP 85,42
NZD 1 = F.CFP 72,63
AUD 1 = F.CFP 80,17
CAND 1 = F.CFP 78,71
Yen 100 = F.CFP 83,64
No vaccines are required except for passengers from high-risk countries (this information can be obtained from your charter broker). On the island of Tahiti, sanitary facilities and health services are available.
Bring summer clothes, beachwear, sports wear and boat wear, all preferably in cotton. Have something warm available for the evenings which are sometimes cooler (lagoon side, boat trips and in the mountains).
Footwear: sandals, sneakers, boat shoes.
Essential: swimming costumes, sunglasses, hat, sunblock creams (intense reflection of the lagoons) and a powerful anti-mosquito lotion (useful in the islands in certain seasons).
Most of the Islands have a lagoon and offer a wide range of nautical activities. The Islands of Tahiti is one of the most beautiful diving destinations in the world. Its intense and deep blue shelters the most beautiful species. You may encounter sting rays, hammerheads, lemon, oceanic whitetip or grey reef sharks, humpback whales, fish shoals, corals, breathtaking depths and mysterious wrecks.
Things To Do
- SCUBA DIVING
- WIND SURFING
- WATER SKIING
- LAGOON EXCURSIONS
- SHARK FEEDING
- SWIM WITH DOLPHINS
- STINGRAY EXPERIENCES
- PICNIC ON ISLET
- HANG GLIDING
- OUTRIGGER CANOE
- JET SKI
- KITE SURF
- PEARL HUNT
- HIKING / TREKKING
- HORSEBACK RIDING
- MOUNTAIN BIKING
- 4-WHEEL ADVENTURES
- BOTANICAL GARDENS
- HELICOPTER TOURS