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Aranui V

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  • Coastal cruises

The brand new Aranui V launched in November 2015. The combined passenger and cargo vessel will cruise from Tahiti to the Marquesas Islands, the most remote archipelago in the world and to the beautiful island of Bora Bora. ‘Aranui’ means ‘Great Highway’ in Maori and the Aranui V is named after her predecessors, which carried cargo and passengers between the Marquesas and the rest of the world. The Aranui V offers guests more style and comfort with modern and luxurious cabin categories and inviting open spaces perfect for socializing with your fellow guests including the super stylish Sky Bar and Veranda Bar. Other amenities also include a swimming pool, fitness room and massage room.

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Austral

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  • Coastal cruises

**SPECIAL OFFER** Save up to 30% on full prices. The earlier you book the better the discount available. Please call for latest special offers. Pricing shown here reflects full brochure price only. The state-of-the-art mega-yacht, L’Austral launched in May 2011, bringing a unique blend of luxury, intimacy and well-being to small ship cruising. With just 132 cabins, L’Austral’s sleek design and small size means she can offer exclusive itineraries featuring ports of call that are inaccessible to larger ships. The yacht’s distinctive shape features smooth contours and large, arched windows, opening up to the sea and letting in the light. Precious materials in soothing neutral tones are brought to life with splashes of colour to create a discreet elegance reminiscent of a private yacht.

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Bremen

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  • Expedition cruises

The expedition ship, Bremen, will take you into regions of the world where you can fully satisfy your thirst for discoveries. Thanks to its shallow draught, it can call at the smallest ports, bays and meandering rivers. And our 12 expedition-ready, motorized rubber boats, the Zodiacs, enable passengers to land in even the most remote regions.

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Clipper Odyssey

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  • Coastal cruises

The Clipper Odyssey takes passengers to some of the most exotic, unspoiled and otherwise inaccessible ports in Japan, Russian Far East, Alaska, the South Pacific and New Zealand. Accommodating a maximum of 128 guests, the Clipper Odyssey is the ideal size for these in-depth itineraries. All cabins feature an ocean view, lower beds, private bathroom, sitting area with sofa and individual temperature control, all guaranteed to make your stay on board comfortable and enjoyable.

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Eiao

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  • Coastal cruises

Built in La Rochelle (France) by the “Fountaine-Pajot” shipyard, this large 17.50-m sailboat is ideally suited to the waters of French Polynesia. In addition to their sea keeping qualities, stability and shallow draft, they are designed as small, luxurious floating hotels with a maximum capacity of eight passengers. The accommodation offers both space and refinement: A large panoramic, well ventilated living room/lounge includes a dining area, lounge, bar and navigation area. Four self-contained, air-conditioned passenger cabins with bathroom are designed for eight passengers.

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Fiji Princess

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  • Coastal cruises

Fiji Princess is internationally renowned for small ship cruising, offering three incredible journeys in Fiji's spectacular Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands. Sail to remote tropical islands, anchor off coconut trees and spectacular lagoons and swim, snorkel or dive in crystal clear waters. Fiji Princess is a modern 60 meter catamaran with 34 deluxe air-conditioned cabins split over three decks and a maximum capacity of 68 passengers. There are excellent onboard amenities including a luxurious dining saloon, spacious bar with a DJ station and widescreen TV, sun deck, boutique, spa, swimming pool, four sundecks and non-motorized watersports equipment. Romance packages are also available catering for weddings and honeymoons - please call for more information.

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Heiva

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  • Coastal cruises

The 17.5m Heiva is a stable sailing catamaran with a shallow draft, ideally suited to the waters of French Polynesia. Inside, she resembles a luxurious small hotel with 4 en-suite, air-conditioned cabins, a fabulous lounge/dining area and a bar area where wood and leatherwork abound. On the deck there is a dining area with sunshade and 2 large trampoline/sunbathing areas. Each hull has transom steps for easy access to the water.

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Island Passage

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  • Expedition cruises

The 24 passenger Island Passage is unique in that she carries half the passengers of other vessels her size in a child free environment, yet includes all the amenities one would expect of a much larger cruise ship. Her work boat exterior camouflages a stunning interior with oversize cabins, large outside deck areas with outside dining and a spacious lounge and dining area. The land craft are designed to land directly onto the beaches, three smaller tenders and kayaks are all on hand to explore, and the ship also has its own five seater helicopter. Discover Tahiti and New Zealand's Bay of Islands in exceptional style on board the exquisite Island Passage.

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Le Boreal

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  • Yachts

**SPECIAL OFFER**Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise. One of the most state-of-the-art ships, launched in May 2010, the luxury Le Boreal features a modern design, sleek silhouette and small size - just 142 metres in length. Le Boreal offers intimate itineraries to rare ports. A mega-yacht with 132 cabins, she is the fruit of the expertise of the Italian Fincantieri shipyard and offers utter French sophistication, as interpreted by designer Jean-Philippe Nuel, creating a unique atmosphere, a subtle blend of luxury, intimacy and well-being.

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Le Soleal

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  • Coastal cruises

**SPECIAL OFFER**Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise. Built in the style of the world’s most luxurious mega-yachts and newly launched in 2013, Le Soléal offers an exquisite cruising experience, combining exciting voyages of discovery with the passionate attention to detail that creates an intimate and relaxing setting for this most graceful form of travel. With its sleek and environmentally friendly design, Le Soléal is capable of accessing smaller ports and its unobstructed arching windows expand your view of the most beautiful scenery. All 132 staterooms and suites are furnished with only the most elegant decor; pristine silvers, creamy whites and a style fashioned after today’s luxury yachting world. Enjoy delicious French cuisine at the stunning Gastronomic Restaurant or a casual buffet lunch in the Grill Restaurant. Relax with a cocktail in the Main Lounge and take in live entertainment in the Panoramic Lounge and the state-of-the-art theatre. Unwind in the fitness room, or survey the horizon from the open-air bar and pool deck.

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Mata Fenua

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  • Coastal cruises

Built in La Rochelle (France) by the “Fountaine-Pajot” shipyard, this large 17.50-m sailboat is ideally suited to the waters of French Polynesia. In addition to their sea keeping qualities, stability and shallow draft, they are designed as small, luxurious floating hotels with a maximum capacity of eight passengers. The accommodation offers both space and refinement: A large panoramic, well ventilated living room/lounge includes a dining area, lounge, bar and navigation area. Four self-contained, air-conditioned passenger cabins with bathroom are designed for eight passengers. The warm feeling created by the woodwork and leatherwork as well bespoke decoration adds to the pleasure of being aboard. On the deck, between 120 and 140 square meters of useful surface – a large cockpit-outside dining area sheltered from the sun – two large "trampoline/sunbathing areas" at the front of the boat – deck cushions and mattresses - each hull having transom steps for easy access to/from the water.

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Orava

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  • Coastal cruises

Built in La Rochelle by the “Fountaine-Pajot” shipyard, this large 17.50-m sailboat is ideally suited to the waters of French Polynesia. In addition to their sea keeping qualities, stability and shallow draft, they are designed as small, luxurious floating hotels with a maximum capacity of eight passengers.

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Paul Gauguin

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  • Coastal cruises

Named after the impressionist painter who travelled to tropical French Polynesia to create many of his masterpieces, the Paul Gauguin transports you to the same paradise in unprecedented luxury. This exceptional vessel marries five-star service and accommodation with a warm and informal atmosphere as she cruises the clear waters of the South Seas, An onboard watersports marina, a choice of dining areas and an extensive spa are among the ship’s luxurious amenities and a troupe of Gauguines – a local Tahitian group which includes cruise staff, entertainers and storytellers – add the special character of Tahiti to every cruise.

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Teremoana

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  • Coastal cruises

Built in La Rochelle by the “Fountaine-Pajot” shipyard, this large 17.50-m sailboat is ideally suited to the waters of French Polynesia. In addition to her sea keeping qualities, stability and shallow draft, she has been designed as a small, luxurious floating hotel with a maximum capacity of eight passengers.

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