Tahiti and French Polynesia

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The Pearls of French Polynesia Cruise

Tahiti & The Islands Of French Polynesia

Few words are more evocative of Pacific Island cruising than ‘Tahiti’ – thanks to great French painter Paul Gaugin we can immediately conjure up images of coconut palms and grass skirts. Yet Tahiti is just one of the treasures on offer.

This wonderful South Pacific archipelago is dotted with islands sculpted by sky-piercing, moss-green peaks and lined with vivid turquoise lagoons. Island-hopping in a small ship is the only way to see every landscape, from geometric ridges strung with waterfalls on the high islands to flat, desert-like atolls where lagoons far outsize the landmass. As you will discover there are many sides to

The Islands of Tahiti but, as any local will tell you, they are all connected by ‘Mana’ – the life force and spirit at the very soul of French Polynesia. From the moment you arrive here, you will be embraced by it

Our 14-day cruise follows a similar journey around the Society Islands as the 11-day cruise, but also ventures north to explore the many small ‘atolls’ of the Tuamotu Islands. This is one of the most enchanting areas of the South Pacific, if not the world, much beloved by famous French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau for its lagoons and marine life.

Your Holiday Includes:

Return flights from the UK
In-destination transfers
7 Night Cruise on a Full-board Basis
3 Night stay in Te Moana Tahiti Resort on a B & B basis
Port Charges
ATOL Protection

Don't miss...

The Society Islands

Beautiful Bora Bora

Stingrays & Sharks Experience

Marae Temples on Huahine

The scared blue eels of Faie

Fabulous botany and incredible fruit

Beaches, lagoons and amazing snorkeling

Moorea – James Michener’s mythical ‘Bali

Crystal clear waters and pink sandy beaches

Day-by-Day Itinerary

Fly to Tahiti

Most flights from the UK will arrive in the very early hours of the following day.

Papette – Tahiti

You will be met on arrival and transferred to Te Moana resort. Time to relax after a long flight and adjust to the tropical climate.

Papeete, Te Moana resort

Te Moana Tahiti Resort 4* gives you the ideal setting for your stay in Tahiti as it is located between land and sea. Relax by the infinity pool, enjoy a meal in one of two restaurants and appreciate the sunset over the island of Moorea. Papeete market and Museum of Tahiti is only 10 min taxi drive from your hotel.

Papeete – Tahiti

You will be transferred from the Te Moana Resort to Papeete port for embarkation followed by an afternoon departure to Bora Bora – welcome cocktails and dinner will be served at sea!

Embarkation Time: 14:30

Meals included : Breakfast & Dinner

Bora Bora

Bora Bora is possibly the most photographed place on earth and any visit is a once in a lifetime dream. Panorama II cruises into Bora Bora lagoon, with Mount Otemanu standing tall in the centre, to begin 2 days spent in paradise. Whilst here we offer a variety of optional activities such as the 4×4 Bora Bora Cultural Tour, the Snorkeling with Stingrays and Sharks excursion, the Open-air Lagoon Aquarium experience, the Bora Bora tour by ‘le Truck’ and more. We spend the night at anchor.

Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Tahiti & The Islands Of French Polynesia

Bora Bora – Taha’a

This morning we continue our Bora Bora activities. After lunch we cruise the Bora Bora lagoon and sail to Taha’a, making an early afternoon arrival at this true botanical paradise. The fertile valleys and sloping hillsides are covered with banana, watermelon and coconut groves, whilst the island also acts as an immense natural greenhouse for the highly prized Tahitian vanilla orchid. Our optional half-day Taha’a Island Adventure excursion allows you to explore the beautiful interior of Taha`a by 4×4 and discover the luxurious tropical vegetation. We have a tasting of local fruit and get breath-taking views of the magnificent turquoise bay of Haamene. This excursion also includes a visit to the pearl farm and a traditional vanilla plantation. In the afternoon we make time for swimming and snorkelling from a Motu – a reef surrounding an atoll. Overnight at anchor.

Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Bora Bora - Taha'a

Raiatea

Today we sail inside the lagoon to reach nearby Raiatea, which translates to ‘faraway heaven’ and once the cultural and religious centre of the Society Islands. Known in legends as Hawaiki, ‘the homeland’, many believe that this is where the great Polynesian migration began and the island remains a place of pilgrimage today. Our optional excursion will start by exploring the Faaroa River, French Polynesia’s only navigable river, by kayak with an expert guide leading the way through Raiatea’s verdant interior. Then, we visit the ancient marae temple at Taputapuatea, a recent UNESCO World Heritage Site, and learn about its Polynesian origins and historical relevance. Lunch is a locally-inspired picnic before we return to Panorama II for dinner and overnight in the lagoon.

Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Raiatea

Raiatea – Huahine

We weigh anchor and sail to Huahine, once home of Tahitian royalty and considered as the cradle of Polynesian culture. The island maintains the largest concentration of ancient marae (temples) in French Polynesia, some of which are believed to date back to the original ancestors of the Tahitians, the Lapita people, around 700 AD. Huahine is an immense tropical jungle thriving with coconut plantations, vanilla orchids, banana groves, breadfruit trees and watermelon fields. Our optional half-day tour takes us by 4×4 vehicle around the island to visit Fare, then the archaeological site and a vanilla plantation at Maeva, before going to see and feed the sacred blue-eyed eels of Faie. An optional full-day excursion is also available including a land 4×4 tour plus a boat excursion including a visit to a pearl farm and a picnic. Overnight at sea to Tetiaroa.

Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Raiatea - Huahine

Makatea

The island of Makatea is like no other found in French Polynesia. It is not a coral atoll but rather a raised island of coral. The limestone cliffs tower over the coast and the island’s interior shows significant vegetation, complete with a few species of endemic birds and a peculiar expanse of limestone holes. Today, this sleepy but spectacular island is home to three species of threatened endemic birds: the beautiful Makatea fruit dove, the impressive imperial pigeon, and the comely appearing singer extraordinaire, the reed warbler. Our half day optional tour will take us across this unique island to a magnificent beach with rockpools to explore before we visit an incredible grotto. Swimming deeper inside the grotto, this underwater cave system will slowly open out to reveal a spectacular watery cathedral, full of weird and wonderful stalagmites and stalactites. Late afternoon departure to Rangiroa. Overnight at sea.

Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Tikehau

Rangiroa

Morning arrival in Rangiroa, the largest atoll in the Tuamotu Archipelago and one of the largest in the world. One of the best destinations for scuba diving, Rangiroa is composed of 240 islets, more than 110 miles, encompassing a deep lagoon. Our optional excursion will take us to the Blue Lagoon, a natural pool formed by islets and reefs within the central lagoon. At only 16 feet deep, the Blue Lagoon is an ideal location for swimming, snorkeling, and observing the vast assortment of marine life. Enjoy a traditional Polynesian picnic before returning to the ship. Overnight at anchor.

Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Tahiti & The Islands Of French Polynesia

Rangiroa – Tikehau

Early morning sailing and arrival at Tikehau also called the Pink Sand Island. This small atoll consists of countless tiny white and pink sand islets engulfed in coconut groves and hidden alcoves. In Tikehau, which actually means “peaceful landing,” you will find nothing but absolute serenity on her calm and graceful shores. The lagoon, formed by an almost unbroken ring of continuous coral, resembles an immense natural swimming pool. This underwater aquarium is teeming with marine life. According to the legendary marine researcher Jacques Cousteau, it has a higher concentration of fish than any other lagoon in French Polynesia. Our optional walking tour will take us to one of the family-owned fish farm where they trap different species of fish in a maze of underwater fencing. Much of their catch is then shipped to Papeete and sold at the local markets. We will visit Tuherahera at the southern side where most locals live, leaving the remainder of the atoll virtually untouched. In fact, the northeastern quarter is mostly uninhabited. Naturally adorned with colorful flowers such as hibiscus and bougainvillea, Tuherahera is one of the most attractive villages in the Tuamotu Atolls. Afternoon sailing to Tetiaroa.

Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Tahiti & The Islands Of French Polynesia

Tetiaroa – Mo’orea

A haven for birds, sea turtles and all kinds of marine life, Tetiaroa is treasured among Tahitians who know it as a sacred place. So sacred, that at one time the coconut-dotted white sand beaches and crystalline lagoon of this uninhabited atoll was an exclusive getaway for Tahitian royalty. It’s not surprising that actor Marlon Brando fell under its spell during the filming of “Mutiny on the Bounty” in 1960 and later went on to become its owner. Under his direction a luxury eco-resort was designed and it operates in 100 % sustainable manner. We will spend the morning on this charming island, exploring the lagoon and snorkeling in its crystal clear waters. Enjoy an optional guided walking tour to the islet of Tahuna Iti, the Birds’ Island. The islet shelters one of the largest colony of birds in Tahiti and is a national reserve for seabirds, frigates, sterns, phaetons (straw tails), brown gannets and other petrels. Afternoon sailing and evening arrival at Moorea.

Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Tahiti & The Islands Of French Polynesia

Mo’orea

Mo’orea is believed to be the inspiration for the mythical Bali Hai from James Michener’s Tales of the South Pacific. Eight gargantuan mountain peaks rise from its magnificent lagoon, creating a distinctive silhouette visible from the western coast of Tahiti. Morning and afternoon optional half day excursions; a/ a Snorkeling and ray tour b/ a Nature & Culture Tour taking you to admire magnificent views in the interior of the island. Tonight we will enjoy our Farewell Dinner. Overnight at anchor.

Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Tahiti and the Pearls of French Polynesia

Papeete, Tahiti

Early morning sailing to Tahiti. Morning arrival in Papeete. Disembarkation at 9:00 am after breakfast and transfer to Tahiti International airport for your return flight to the UK.

Meals included : Breakfast

Day-by-Day Itinerary

Fly to Tahiti

Most flights from the UK will arrive in the very early hours of the following day.

Papette – Tahiti

You will be met on arrival and transferred to Te Moana resort. Time to relax after a long flight and adjust to the tropical climate.

Papeete, Te Moana resort

Te Moana Tahiti Resort 4* gives you the ideal setting for your stay in Tahiti as it is located between land and sea. Relax by the infinity pool, enjoy a meal in one of two restaurants and appreciate the sunset over the island of Moorea. Papeete market and Museum of Tahiti is only 10 min taxi drive from your hotel.

Papeete – Tahiti

You will be transferred from the Te Moana Resort to Papeete port for embarkation followed by an afternoon departure to Bora Bora – welcome cocktails and dinner will be served at sea!

Embarkation Time: 14:30

Meals included : Breakfast & Dinner

Bora Bora

Bora Bora is possibly the most photographed place on earth and any visit is a once in a lifetime dream. Panorama II cruises into Bora Bora lagoon, with Mount Otemanu standing tall in the centre, to begin 2 days spent in paradise. Whilst here we offer a variety of optional activities such as the 4×4 Bora Bora Cultural Tour, the Snorkeling with Stingrays and Sharks excursion, the Open-air Lagoon Aquarium experience, the Bora Bora tour by ‘le Truck’ and more. We spend the night at anchor.

Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Tahiti & The Islands Of French Polynesia

Bora Bora – Huahine

This morning we continue our Bora Bora activities. After lunch we cruise the Bora Bora lagoon and sail to Huahine, arriving late in the evening. Overnight at anchor inside the lagoon.

Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Bora Bora - Taha'a

Huahine

We weigh the anchor and sail to Huahine, once home of Tahitian royalty and considered as the cradle of Polynesian culture. The island maintains the largest concentration of ancient marae (temples) in French Polynesia, some of which are believed to date back to the original ancestors of the Tahitians, the Lapita people, around 700 AD. Huahine is an immense tropical jungle thriving with coconut plantations, vanilla orchids, banana groves, breadfruit trees and watermelon fields. Our optional half-day tour takes us by 4×4 vehicle around the island to visit Fare, then the archaeological site and a vanilla plantation at Maeva, before going to see and feed the sacred blue-eyed eels of Faie.

Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Raiatea

Huahine – Taha’a

We leave early this morning and sail to the island of Taha’a which shares a magnificent lagoon with Raiatea island. The island is covered with banana, watermelon and coconut groves. Optional excursion to visit pearl farm and traditional vanilla plantation. In the afternoon time for swimming and snorkeling. Overnight at anchor.

Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Raiatea - Huahine

Raiatea

Today we sail inside the lagoon to reach nearby Raiatea, which translates to ‘faraway heaven’ and once the cultural and religious centre of the Society Islands. Known in legends as Hawaiki, ‘the homeland’, many believe that this is where the great Polynesian migration began and the island remains a place of pilgrimage today. Our optional excursion will start by exploring the Faaroa River, French Polynesia’s only navigable river, by kayak with an expert guide leading the way through Raiatea’s verdant interior. Then, we visit the ancient marae temple at Taputapuatea, a recent UNESCO World Heritage Site, and learn about its Polynesian origins and historical relevance. Lunch is a locally-inspired picnic before we return to Panorama II and sail to Mo’orea. Overnight at sea.

Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Tikehau

Mo’orea

Mo’orea is believed to be the inspiration for the mythical Bali Hai from James Michener’s Tales of the South Pacific. Eight gargantuan mountain peaks rise from its magnificent lagoon, creating a distinctive silhouette visible from the western coast of Tahiti. Morning and afternoon optional half day excursions; a/ a Snorkeling and ray tour b/ a Nature & Culture Tour taking you to admire magnificent views in the interior of the island. Tonight we will enjoy our Farewell Dinner. Overnight at anchor.

Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Tahiti & The Islands Of French Polynesia

Papeete, Tahiti

Early morning sailing to Tahiti. Morning arrival in Papeete. Disembarkation at 9:00 am after breakfast and transfer to Tahiti International airport for your return flight to the UK.

Meals included : Breakfast

Flights from London Heathrow or Manchester

All local transfers

3 nights at Te Moana Tahiti resort on a bed and breakfast basis

On board Panorama II

7 or 10 nights accommodation on board in your chosen cabin grade, each with private ensuite SH/WC & individually controlled air conditioning. Also mini fridge, and flat screen TV with complimentary movies.

Full-board including: American buffet breakfast and two meals daily, The programme also includes a Welcome Cocktail, a themed night, a fun BBQ on the beach or on deck (weather permitting) and Captain’s Dinner.

Regular (filter) coffee, tea and still mineral water free all day, plus abundant fresh fruit.

Use of fishing and snorkelling equipment, sea kayak and stand up paddle boards (subject to availability).

Professional English-speaking Cruise Director

Port charges

Flights from the UK to Tahiti take 20- 24 hours with a stopover in Paris, Los Angeles or San Francisco. We use various airlines including Air France, Virgin, KLM, and United airlines.

Typically your outbound flight will arrive in Tahiti in the early hours the following day. Exact flight details and timings will be advised at the time of booking.

All local transfers are included in your package

  • Tahiti airport to Te Moana Resort – approximately 10 min
  • Te Moana Resort to Papeete port (cruise embarkation) – approximately 20 min
  • Papeete port to Te Moana Resort – Approximately 15 min
  • Beverages, except regular (filter) coffee, tea and drinking water.
  • Shore excursions on the islands or other arrangements.
  • Crew gratuities (optional –  recommend  Eur10-14 per passenger per day)
  • Passenger personal expenses.
  • Wi-Fi (available at charge).
  • Flights & transfers (unless booked as a flight inclusive package)

Ports of Call – Papeete port/Tahiti | Bora Bora | Taha'a | Raiatea | Huahine | Tetiaroa | Tikehau | Rangiroa | Rangiroa | Moorea |

Routes may need to be varied in the event of adverse weather and operating conditions at the Captain’s discretion, in the interests of the comfort and safety of guests. The Captain and crew will keep you fully briefed on the daily programme

The Weather

In French Polynesia, a vast archipelago in the South Pacific Ocean, the climate is tropical, influenced by the south-east trade winds, with a hot and humid season from November to April and a cooler season from May to October. The hot season is also the rainiest, in addition, from December to April, there’s the risk of cyclones (except on the Marquesas Islands). The temperatures vary little throughout the year, but they are high on the northern islands and gradually cooler as you move to the south.

Your vessel: The M/S Panorama II

Panorama II was launched in 2004 and fully renovated in 2012, offering the highest standard of accommodation and comfort safety.  In 2015,the main lounge and bar area have been completely refitted followed by a redecoration. 

The swimming platform enables you to swim when weather and anchorage conditions permit.

On board Facilities

  • Single seating dining Indoor & Outdoor Lounge – Bar
  • Indoor & Outodoor Restaurant
  • Audiovisual in Lounge
  • Mini library
  • Beach Towels
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Kayak
  • Board Games
  • Swimming Platform
  • Wi-Fi

Comfort Zone

  • Windows: Upper & Main deck cabins
  • Portholes: lower deck cabins
  • Triple Occupancy cabins: Category B
  • Flat-Screen TV
  • Mini Safe
  • Mini Fridge
  • Individually controlled A/C
  • En suite bathroom with shower
  • Hairdryers
  • Telephone for internal use
  • Central music
Panorama II Category c

Category C:

Lower Deck – (Double Bed)
(10.5-11 sq.m. / 114-119 sq.ft.)

The category C cabins are located on the lower deck featuring portholes and bathrooms with showers. The cabins are equipped with individual controlled A/C, piped music, TV (Satellite channels), telephone for internal use, mini safe box, mini fridge and hairdryer adapters (voltage: 220 V).

Panorama II Category B

Category B:

Lower Deck – (Twin Beds or Triple Beds)
(10-13 sq.m. / 108-140.5 sq.ft.)

The category B cabins are located on the lower deck featuring portholes  and bathroom with showers. The cabins are equipped with individual controlled A/C, piped music, TV (Satellite channels), telephone for internal use, mini safe box, mini fridge and hairdryer adapters (voltage: 220 V).
Panorama II Category A

Category A:

Main  (Twin or Double Bed)
(9-12 sq.m. / 97-130 sq.ft.)

Category A cabins are located on the main  offering windows and bathroom with showers. The cabins are equipped with individual controlled A/C, piped music, TV (Satellite channels), telephone for internal use, mini safe box, mini fridge and hairdryer adapters (voltage: 220 V).

Panorama II Category P

Category P:

Upper Deck – (Double Bed)
(12.5 sq.m. / 135 sq.ft.)

Category P cabin is located on the upper deck offering a large window and bathroom with showers. The cabin is equipped with individual controlled A/C, piped music, TV (Satellite channels), telephone for internal use, mini safe box, mini fridge and hairdryer adapters (voltage: 220 V).

Panorama II Lounge Area

Lounge Area

The public areas include a main lounge with deep pile carpet and comfortable sofas.
Panorama II Dining Area

Dining Area

The bar and restaurant area at the Lower deck is the perfect setting for your meals or drinks, with generous buffet space and seating. Special meal programmes (e.g. vegetarian meals) are available on request.
Panorama II Sun Deck

Sundeck

The aft area at the Upper deck provides generous semi covered or sun exposed areas with loungers & chairs.
Panorama II Upper Deck Outside Bar and Lounge

Upper Deck Outdoor Bar & Lounge area

The Upper Deck provides generous semi covered or sun exposed areas where passengers can enjoy meals “al fresco” with magnificent views of each destination visited.
Panorama II Swim Platform

Swimming Platform

The swimming platform on Panorama II stern enables you to swim when weather and anchorage conditions permit.

Your Hotel: Te Moana Tahiti Resort

Te Moana Tahiti Resort offers luxurious accommodation 10 minutes’ drive from Faaa Airport. It features a fitness centre and an infinity swimming pool with lagoon views.

The air-conditioned rooms at Te Moana Tahiti Resort feature traditional Polynesian décor. Each room is equipped with flat-screen cable TV and a DVD player. Most rooms have a kitchenette and garden or bay views.

Manea Spa offers a range of traditional ‘Taurumi’ facial and body treatments. The tour desk can assist with activity bookings.

Vaitohi Restaurant has an extensive à la carte menu featuring Polynesian and international cuisine, and is open until midnight every day. Guests can enjoy drinks at the Taapuna Pool Bar, or the contemporary Punavai Lounge Bar.

Te Moana Tahiti Resort is located 10 minutes’ drive from the Papeete city centre. The famous Moorea Island is 30 minutes away by ferry. Taapuna Surfing is just a 2-minute drive away.

Facilities

  • Free WiFi
  • Airport shuttle
  • Swimming pool
  • Beachfront
  • Spa and wellness centre
  • Family rooms
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Room service
  • Tea/coffee maker in all rooms

Standard room (Included in your Holiday)

The following room types are available with a supplement

  • Garden suite
  • Lagoon suite
  • 1 or 2 bedroom duplex suite
  • Garden studio
  • Lagoon studio
  • Lagoon apartment

French Pllynesia speaks for itself as a South Pacific island paradise of turquoise lagoons, colourful coral reefs and and palm fringed wite sand beaches. On land you will find volcanic peaks and lush vegetation. The local culture is fascinating and the welcome could not be warmer.

Prices

december, 2022

Tahiti and French Polynesia 2023 flight inclusive package

Prices (£) per person from:
Departure DatesDurationCategory CCategory BCategory ACategory P
03/01/202310£4,204£4,465£4,856£5,378
10/01/202313£4,726£5,074£5,552£6,248
21/01/202313£4,726£5,074£5,552£6,248
31/01/202210£4,204£4,465£4,856£5,378
07/02/202310£4,204£4,465£4,856£5,378
14/02/202313£4,726£5,074£5,552£6,248
25/02/202313£4,726£5,074£5,552£6,248
07/03/202310£4,421£4,682£5,161£5,726
14/03/202310£4,421£4,682£5,161£5,726
28/03/202313£4,943£5,378£6,030£6,682
08/04/202313£4,943£5,378£6,030£6,682
02/05/202310£4,796£5,100£5,578£6,057
30/05/202310£4,796£5,100£5,578£6,057
06/06/202310£4,726£5,030£5,508£5,987
13/06/202310£4,726£5,030£5,508£5,987
20/06/202313£5,421£5,943£6,421£7,204
01/07/202313£5,421£5,943£6,421£7,204
18/07/202310£4,796£5,100£5,578£6,057
25/07/202310£4,726£5,030£5,508£5,987
01/08/202310£4,726£5,030£5,508£5,987
08/08/202310£4,726£5,030£5,508£5,987
15/08/202310£4,796£5,100£5,578£6,057
22/08/202313£5,491£6,013£6,491£7,274
02/09/202313£5,491£6,013£6,491£7,274
12/09/202310£4,726£5,030£5,508£5,987
19/09/202310£4,726£5,030£5,508£5,987
10/10/202310£4,726£5,030£5,508£5,987
17/10/202310£4,726£5,030£5,508£5,987

Tahiti Cruise 2023 - Single & Triple occupancy

 Category CCategory BCategory ACategory P
Single use 7nights (Jan, Feb, Dec)£4,752£5,091£5,600£6,278
Single use 7nights (Mar, Nov)£5,035£5,374£5,995£6,730
Single use 7nights (May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct)£5,900£6,356£7,074£7,791
Single use 10nights (Jan, Feb)£5,500£5,952£6,574£7,478
Single use 10nights (Mar, Apr, Nov)£5,783£6,348£7,196£8,044
Single use 10nights (Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Dec)£7,013£7,796£8,513£9,687
3rd person 7nights (Jan, Feb, Dec)-£3,839--
3rd person 7nights (Mar, Nov)-£3,991--
3rd person 7nights (May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct)-£4,235--
3rd person 10nights (Jan, Feb)-£4,335--
3rd person 10nights (Mar, Apr, Nov)-£4,548--
3rd person 10nights (Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Dec)-£4,944--

Tahiti and the Pearls of French Polynesia Cruise 2023

Cruise only prices (£) per person
Departure DatesDurationCategory CCategory BCategory ACategory P
13/1/202310£2,348£2,696£3,174£3,870
24/1/202310£2,348£2,696£3,174£3,870
3/2/20227£1,826£2,087£2,478£3,000
10/2/20237£1,826£2,087£2,478£3,000
17/2/202310£2,348£2,696£3,174£3,870
28/2/202310£2,348£2,696£3,174£3,870
10/3/20237£2,043£2,304£2,783£3,348
17/3/20237£2,043£2,304£2,783£3,348
31/3/202310£2,565£3,000£3,652£4,304
11/4/202310£2,565£3,000£3,652£4,304
5/5/20237£2,348£2,652£3,130£3,609
2/6/20237£2,348£2,652£3,130£3,609
9/6/20237£2,348£2,652£3,130£3,609
16/6/20237£2,348£2,652£3,130£3,609
23/6/202310£3,043£3,565£4,043£4,826

Tahiti Cruise 2023 - Single & Triple occupancy & port charges

 Category CCategory BCategory ACategory P
Port charges7nights£204
Port Charges 10 nights£274
Single use 7nights (Jan, Feb, Dec)£2,374£2,713£3,222£3,900
Single use 7nights (Mar, Nov)£2,657£2,996£3,617£4,352
Single use 7nights (May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct)£3,522£3,978£4,696£5,413
Single use 10nights (Jan, Feb)£3,052£3,504£4,126£5,030
Single use 10nights (Mar, Apr, Nov)£3,335£3,900£4,748£5,596
Single use 10nights (Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Dec)£4,565£5,348£6,065£7,239
3rd person 7nights (Jan, Feb, Dec)N/A£1,461N/AN/A
3rd person 7nights (Mar, Nov)N/A£1,613N/AN/A
3rd person 7nights (May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct)N/A£1,857N/AN/A
3rd person 10nights (Jan, Feb)N/A£1,887N/AN/A
3rd person 10nights (Mar, Apr, Nov)N/A£2,100N/AN/A
3rd person 10nights (Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Dec)N/A£2,496N/AN/A

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