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The Islands of Tahiti, snorkelling, credit David Kirkland

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Top Yachts for Charter in the Islands of Tahiti

Discover our selection of the finest yachts available to charter in the Islands of Tahiti and its surroundings.

Think black-sand beaches and verdant, jungle-clad mountains laden with waterfalls: The Islands of Tahiti are French Polynesia’s largest archipelago and a paradise waiting to be uncovered. The first thing you’ll long to do is kick back, relax, and soak up the sunshine. But there’s so much more to the Islands of Tahiti than this.

The Islands of Tahiti, helicopter, credit Gregoire Le Bacon Tahiti Nut Helicopters The Islands of Tahiti, beach dining, credit Gregoire Le Bacon
The Islands of Tahiti, waterfall, credit Kristiyan Markov The Islands of Tahiti, canoeing

Home to a wonderful traditional culture with a spectacular ancient history, and crystal-clear waters teeming with thriving marine life, travelling to The Islands of Tahiti by yacht allows for the ultimate flexibility and exclusive access to the most deserted beaches, bays and inlets. Quad bike and ATV into the volcanic mountains, or snorkel and swim with rays and humpback whales. Partake in coral replanting programmes, and feed the blue-eyed eels that are sacred to Polynesian culture. 

A Pelorus Tahitian experience aboard a yacht will enable you freedom in determining your own itinerary, and here, we’ve rounded up the top yachts for charter for the ultimate yacht-based experience in 2023.

MASTEKA II

Comfortable and versatile, charter 37m MASTEKA II for relaxed cruising, dip below the waves on the Subwing or head ashore to untouched islands in one of the two tenders. Up to 12 guests are accommodated in five cabins and their every need is catered to by a capable crew of six. 

Key Features
Length: 37.1m
Guests: 12 in 5 cabins
Crew: 6
Extensive range of water toys including tenders, jet ski, Subwing, water skis, kayaks
New swim platform
8-person deck jacuzzi

SURI

SURI provides the ultimate adventure with uncompromising luxury accommodation for up to 12 guests. Her 19-strong crew and extensive range of water toys and additional features means that she offers unparalleled luxury in the most far flung corners of the world, as well as a unique media room with a glass-bottomed floor. 

Key Features
Length: 63m
Guests: 12 in 7 cabins
Crew: 19
Large sun deck with jacuzzi
Helicopter and helipad
Elegant, luxurious, and bright interior design
Spa, steam bath, yoga room, massage room and gym

ULTIMATE LADY

ULTIMATE LADY‘s careful design gives the illusion of a much bigger boat than her 28m, built around the spacious saloon at the heart of the boat. She cruises at a top speed of 35 knots, allowing you to explore The Islands of Tahiti and its surroundings at an exhilarating pace. 

Key Features
Length: 28m
Guests: 8 in 4 cabins
Crew: 5
Range of toys and tenders including kayaks, jet ski, waterskis, surfboard and kite surfers

Q

Designed by the legendary sailing yacht designer Ed Dubois, Q was undeniably made for extensive blue-water cruising. She boasts a stylish and elegant interior with a subtle Oriental twist, and her climate-controlled cockpit with retractable windows allows for fine dining with 360 degree views. Guests can explore the Islands of Tahiti aboard water skis or paddle boards, or relax on the comfortable flybridge or in the foredeck jacuzzi.

Key Features
Length: 51.75m
Guests: 12 in 5 cabins
Crew: 9
Climate controlled cockpit

Multi-award winning design

Spacious, open-plan saloon

Large flybridge with full dining setup

Large foredeck jacuzzi pool with sun pads

Cinema projector set up on the mizzen sail

Range of toys and tenders including kayaks, jet ski, waterskis, surfboard and kite surfers

Images courtesy of Gregoire Le Bacon, Kristiyan Markov, David Kirkland, Quin Bisset