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Blue Water Holidays - ABTA - ATOL - CLIA
01756 706500
+44 1756 706500

Tahiti and the Marquesas Islands

Unique round-trip voyages from Tahiti to the far-flung Marquesas islands of the South Pacific aboard Aranui 5, visiting some of the region's most beautiful and difficult to reach destinations

Cruise Only
12 nights from £2479pp

Small Ship Holiday
  • Tahiti
  • Tahiti Canoes
  • Nuku Hiva
  • Fakarava
  • Marquesas Islands
  • Fatu Hiva
  • Bay at Fatu Hiva
  • Marquesan village
  • Marquesan dancers

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We offer two superb itineraries, departing Thursdays and Saturdays. The custom-built Aranui 5 provides essential supplies to these remote tropical islands as well as offering adventurous travellers an unforgettable cruise experience. Optional excursions offer diving and snorkelling, guided hikes, four-wheel-drive or horse-riding trails, and time to soak up the unique atmosphere of the South Pacific.

We begin on the romantic island of Tahiti, before setting sail on our 800-mile voyage visiting the Tuamotu Islands, with their exquisite lagoons and coral beaches, and then out to the remote Marquesas: including Ua Pou, Nuku Hiva and Hiva Oa. Tahiti is a wonderful treat for the senses. The trees echo with bird calls and the scent of vanilla and gardenia permeates the air. The lush greens of coconut palms, shimmering sapphire lagoons and the silver flashes of waterfalls outshine even the most colourful of flower garlands worn by the Tahitians.

Our first view of the Marquesas will be the magnificent mountain spires of Ua Pou, the "volcanic needles like the pinnacles of some ornate church," as Robert Louis Stevenson described them in 1880. Nuku Hiva’s spectacular bay, a giant volcanic amphitheatre is dominated by towering cliffs streaked with majestic waterfalls. Hidden amidst the bamboo and palms, you’ll see ancient stone tiki gods, sacred ritual sites and enigmatic petroglyphs of animals carved on boulders.

Paul Gauguin’s search for an unspoiled island ended on Hiva Oa. He painted his final masterpieces here. Our guides will show you mysterious jungle ruins – the largest tikis outside the Easter Islands. A paradise for divers, Rangiroa is the largest atoll in the world. A narrow circle of land comprising 250 islets and sandbars surround a fabulous lagoon. This shallow sea is a haven for marine life and divers may 'surf' the tide as it rushes over the reef.

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2021 Saturday Itinerary

Day 1 - Papeete (Tahiti)

The ship will depart at 10.00am. Papeete is the capital of French Polynesia. A charming slice of French culture in the middle of the South Pacific, Papeete is the perfect place to begin absorbing the friendly, leisurely Polynesian way of life.

Day 2 - Fakarava (Tuamotu Archipelago)

Fakarava is a a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and one of the Tuamotu islands. Explore the village of Rotoava before enjoying a swim and snorkel in the lagoon. Optional excursions are available, including bird watching.

Day 3 - At Sea

You can relax with a book on one of the sun decks, swim in the small pool or enjoy the immense South Pacific. Balmy evenings mean reading in lounge/library or chatting with an authority on Marquesan culture or archaeology. You'll probably spend many evenings socialising on the upstairs deck/bar with your fellow adventurers from around the world. The spirited Polynesian crew treat you like welcomed guests and proudly introduce you to their rich culture. Almost every night, they sing and strum hypnotic Polynesian rhythms on their ukuleles and will teach you to move your hips to the hypnotic beat of the tamure.

Day 4 - Nuku Hiva (Taiohae - Hatiheu - Taipivai)

We sail into Taiohae's spectacular bay, a giant volcanic amphitheatre dominated by towering cliffs streaked with waterfalls. As the Aranui unloads, you can explore Taiohae, the tiny Administrative capital of the Marquesas. Taiohae Bay is where a 23-year-old sailor, Herman Melville and a buddy jumped a whaling ship in 1842. We follow their escape route by jeep along steep, winding dirt mountain roads to the village of Hatiheu to visit an archaeological site. We'll have lunch at Yvonne's Restaurant, one of the best restaurants in the Marquesas, where the specialty is pig baked in an underground oven. You'll meet the owner-chef, Yvonne, who also happens to be the town's energetic mayor. After lunch, we will travel to the valley of Taipivai. The area is dotted with stone tiki gods and sacred ritual sites (me'ae) and immense stone platforms (paepae) where the Taipi built their houses. Enigmatic petroglyphs of birds, sacred turtles and fish are carved on huge boulders. The Aranui's whaleboats will sail down the river to return you to the Aranui, which is anchored in the bay.

Day 5 - Ua Pou (Hakahau - Hakahetau) Marquesas

From the deck, you'll see the soaring mountain spires of Ua Pou. Whenever the Aranui stops, villagers greet it. As the muscular crew unloads supplies - from cements to sugar - and loads sacks of copra (dried coconut meat), you'll explore the tiny town of Hakahau with its church with a hand-carved wooden dais. You can meet some talented woodcarvers and hike up a hill for a breathtaking view of the distant cloud-covered mountains. At Rosalie's Restaurant, you'll taste your first Marquesan lunch: breadfruit, a Marquesan staple, along with curried goat, barbecued rock lobster, poisson cru (raw fish marinated in lime juice and soaked in coconut milk ), taro and sweet red bananas.

Day 6 - Hiva Oa (Atuona) - Tahuata (Vaitahu)

Arrive in Hiva Oa this morning and spend time exploring the beautiful village of Atuona, where Paul Gauguin once lived. Enjoy panoramic views as you walk up the hill to the cemetery. This afternoon, the ship anchros off the island of Tahuata. Spanish explorers landed in the tiny village of Vaitahu in 1995 and killed hundreds of islanders. Tahuata is also the site of the first French settlement in the Marquesas in 1842. See the magnificent church built by the Vatican.

Day 7 - Hiva Oa (Puamau)

In Puamau, discover the incredible archaeological site of Mea'e Ipona with its haunting statues. The Polynesians belive that the site has a lot of spiritual power or "mana".

Day 8 - Fatu Hiva (Omoa - Hanavave)

This is the most lush and remote island of the Marquesas. It's also a centre of Marquesan crafts. As our guides lead you through the village of Omoa, you'll see women hammering mulberry, banyan or breadfruit bark on logs. They dry it and then paint ancient Marquesan designs on their famous tapa cloth. Fatu Hiva is also well-known for its hand-painted pareus (sarongs) and monoi, a perfumed coconut oil scented with tiare blossoms and sandalwood. Skilled woodcarvers will invite you into their home/studios.

Day 9 - Ua Huka (Vaipaee - Hane - Hokatu)

Visit a museum which exhibits replicas of Marquesan art. Some passengers will explore by four-wheel drive whilst also will ride Marquesan horses. Enjoy a Marquesan lunch at a local restaurant before visiting the arboretum and garden of flowers.

Day 10 - At sea

Spend the day relaxing on board.

Day 11 - Rangiroa (Tuamotu Islands)

On lovely Rangiroa, the largest atoll in the world, passengers can swim and snorkel in a translucent lagoon. Excellent snorkelling and scuba diving are available for people of all levels. "Rangi" is an underwater jewel box with stunning colours of corals and clouds of tropical fishes. You'll have the opportunity to purchase black pearls.

Day 12 - Bora Bora (Society Islands)

Spend the day at the white sand beach on Bora. Optional excursions are available including a helicopter tour and swimming with rays.

Day 13 - Papeete (Tahiti)

Morning arrival in Papeete, Tahiti

Please note: The itinerary may be modified for technical or meteorological reasons, or for freight constraints

2021 Thursday Itinerary

Day 1 - Papeete (Tahiti)

The ship will depart at 10.00am. Papeete is the capital of French Polynesia. A charming slice of French culture in the middle of the South Pacific, Papeete is the perfect place to begin absorbing the friendly, leisurely Polynesian way of life.

Day 2 - Fakarava (Tuamotu Archipelago)

Fakarava is a a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and one of the Tuamotu islands. Explore the village of Rotoava before enjoying a swim and snorkel in the lagoon. Optional excursions are available, including bird watching.

Day 3 - At Sea

You can relax with a book on one of the sun decks, swim in the small pool or enjoy the immense South Pacific. Balmy evenings mean reading in lounge/library or chatting with an authority on Marquesan culture or archaeology. You'll probably spend many evenings socialising on the upstairs deck/bar with your fellow adventurers from around the world. The spirited Polynesian crew treat you like welcomed guests and proudly introduce you to their rich culture. Almost every night, they sing and strum hypnotic Polynesian rhythms on their ukuleles and will teach you to move your hips to the hypnotic beat of the tamure.

Day 4 - Hiva Oa (Puamau) - Tahuata (Vaitahu)

In Puamau, discover the incredible archaeological site of Mea'e Ipona with its haunting statues. The Polynesians believe that the site has a lot of spiritual power or "mana". After lunch, set sail for Tahuata for a lazy afternoon.

Day 5 - Nuku Hiva (Taiohae - Hatiheu - Taipivai)

We sail into Taiohae's spectacular bay, a giant volcanic amphitheatre dominated by towering cliffs streaked with waterfalls. As the Aranui unloads, you can explore Taiohae, the tiny Administrative capital of the Marquesas. Taiohae Bay is where a 23-year-old sailor, Herman Melville and a buddy jumped a whaling ship in 1842. We follow their escape route by jeep along steep, winding dirt mountain roads to the village of Hatiheu to visit an archaeological site. We'll have lunch at Yvonne's Restaurant, one of the best restaurants in the Marquesas, where the specialty is pig baked in an underground oven. You'll meet the owner-chef, Yvonne, who also happens to be the town's energetic mayor. After lunch, we will travel to the valley of Taipivai. The area is dotted with stone tiki gods and sacred ritual sites (me'ae) and immense stone platforms (paepae) where the Taipi built their houses. Enigmatic petroglyphs of birds, sacred turtles and fish are carved on huge boulders. The Aranui's whaleboats will sail down the river to return you to the Aranui, which is anchored in the bay.

Day 6 - Ua Pou (Hakahau) Marquesas

From the deck, you'll see the soaring mountain spires of Ua Pou. Whenever the Aranui stops, villagers greet it. As the muscular crew unloads supplies - from cements to sugar - and loads sacks of copra (dried coconut meat), you'll explore the tiny town of Hakahau with its church with a hand-carved wooden dais. You can meet some talented woodcarvers and hike up a hill for a breathtaking view of the distant cloud-covered mountains. At Rosalie's Restaurant, you'll taste your first Marquesan lunch: breadfruit, a Marquesan staple, along with curried goat, barbecued rock lobster, poisson cru (raw fish marinated in lime juice and soaked in coconut milk ), taro and sweet red bananas.

Day 7 - Hiva Oa (Atuona) - Tahuata (Vaitahu)

Arrive in Hiva Oa this morning and spend time exploring the beautiful village of Atuona, where Paul Gauguin once lived. Enjoy panoramic views as you walk up the hill to the cemetery. This afternoon, the ship anchros off the island of Tahuata. Spanish explorers landed in the tiny village of Vaitahu in 1595 and killed hundreds of islanders. Tahuata is also the site of the first French settlement in the Marquesas in 1842. See the magnificent church built by the Vatican.

Day 8 - Fatu Hiva (Omoa - Hanavave)

This is the most lush and remote island of the Marquesas. It's also a centre of Marquesan crafts. As our guides lead you through the village of Omoa, you'll see women hammering mulberry, banyan or breadfruit bark on logs. They dry it and then paint ancient Marquesan designs on their famous tapa cloth. Fatu Hiva is also well-known for its hand-painted pareus (sarongs) and monoi, a perfumed coconut oil scented with tiare blossoms and sandalwood. Skilled woodcarvers will invite you into their home/studios.

Day 9 - Ua Huka (Vaipaee - Hane - Hokatu)

Visit a museum which exhibits replicas of Marquesan art. Some passengers will explore by four-wheel drive whilst also will ride Marquesan horses. Enjoy a Marquesan lunch at a local restaurant before visiting the arboretum and garden of flowers.

Day 10 - At sea

Enjoy the facilities during a day at sea.

Day 11 - Rangiroa (Tuamotu Islands)

On lovely Rangiroa, the largest atoll in the world, passengers can swim and snorkel in a translucent lagoon. Excellent snorkelling and scuba diving are available for people of all levels. "Rangi" is an underwater jewel box with stunning colours of corals and clouds of tropical fishes. You'll have the opportunity to purchase black pearls.

Day 12 - Bora Bora (Society Islands)

Spend the day at the white sand beach on Bora. Optional excursions are available including a helicopter tour and swimming with rays.

Day 13 - Papeete (Tahiti)

Morning arrival in Papeete, Tahiti

Please note: The itinerary may be modified for technical or meteorological reasons, or for freight constraints

2022 Saturday Itinerary

Day 1 - Papeete (Tahiti)

Depart from Papeete in the morning, receive a warm welcome onboard from our crew and sail to Fakarava atoll in the Tuamotu archipelago.

Day 2 - Makatea (Jan-Aug) or Mataiva (Sep-Dec)

Surrounded by spectacular cliffs, rising 260 feet above sea level, this second largest raised atoll in French Polynesia is a sharp contrast from the typical low-lying coral-reef formation with a lagoon in the middle. It is also the only atoll in the Tuamotu with potable water which comes from its underground caves. Once a thriving island due to phosphate mining in the first half of the 20th century, it was mostly abandoned with only a few families remaining to keep watch. Today, the fewer than 100 inhabitants live from the culture of copra, fishing and the trade of coconut crabs.

Day 3 - At sea

There are many ways to while away a day at sea on Aranui 5 from immersing in the Polynesian culture during workshops on weaving, dancing, cooking, wrapping a pareo, playing the ukulele, language, and even ‘tatau’ or relax on deck, in one of the bars, attend a lecture, browse the boutique, work out in the gym, be pampered In Aranui’s Polynesian spa, take a dip in the pool or just gaze out at the sea. When we arrive in the waters of the Marquesas, you will have to set your watches forward by half an hour.

Day 4 - Ua Pou

Legend refers to Ua Pou as the “pillars of the archipelago” and it is often called “The Cathedral Island”. These names become clear as the ship docks at Hakahau Bay surrounded by 12 basalt summits soaring as high as 1100 metres. Every island has its own special ambience and Ua Pou’s is one of mystery and magic. You are sure to see familiar looking faces as many of our crew members are from here. Energetic early risers can hike up the hill to the Cross for breathtaking views of the valleys and village below. The artisans’ centre is a short stroll into town and the offerings include works featuring the unique flower stone and a variety of carvings and children’s clothes. Before enjoying a Marquesan lunch, take in an excellent dance show, including the Bird Dance, a traditional Ua Pou performance.

Day 5 - Nuku Hiva

This island is the administrative centre of the Marquesas. The village of Taiohae stretches along the beach, which is like a magnificent amphitheatre created by the successive eruptions of three concentric volcanoes and dominated by towering cliffs streaked with waterfalls. In the small village, all of the government services and residences, the hospital, bank and schools, are close by. A lovely handicraft centre is located on the beach road. Your adventure in Nuku Hiva will include a tour of the Cathedral Notre Dame, famed for its stonework and wood sculptures. In Hatiheu, you will visit the archaeological site known as Tohua Kamuihei, where public festivities once took place. Here you will see the paepae, immense stone platforms on which houses were built, and huge boulders carved with enigmatic petroglyphs. Under a giant banyan tree, enjoy a performance of traditional songs and dances, including the “Pig Dance”, which originated in Nuku Hiva. For lunch, try a traditional “Umu”, a Marquesan specialty where food is cooked in an underground oven.

Day 6 - Ua Huka

This island, the least inhabited in the Marquesas, is largely arid and home to many wild horses, goats and pigs. It is also a refuge for two endemic birds: the pati’oti’o and the pihiti, which are only found here. In the early morning, the Aranui will execute a point-to-point 180-degree turn in the narrow mouth of Vaipaee’s Invisible Bay. With only metres to spare on either side, it is a skillful operation undertaken by the captain and the crew and is not to be missed. From the dock, travel by 4WD to the village of Hane. Along the way, you will stop to explore the Botanical Garden, the cultural centre Te Tumu, featuring a small museum with exquisite replicas of Marquesan artifacts, and a petroglyph museum and local woodcarvers’ studios in the fishing village of Hokatu. Look for the unusual carved black and white coconuts. In Hane, where a Marquesan lunch will be served, visit the Marine Museum beforehand and in the afternoon, hike to view red tuff tikis overlooking the bay.

Day 7 - Hiva Oa - Tahuata

Atuona, principal village of Hiva Oa and the second largest in the Marquesas, was once the capital of this archipelago. Sweeping views of the harbour can be seen after a walk up the hill to the cemetery where Paul Gauguin and Jacques Brel are buried. Explore the Gauguin Museum, a replica of his “House of Pleasure”, and the Brel Museum, which showcases his plane JoJo, which was often used for medical emergencies. After lunch onboard, enjoy a lazy afternoon on a beautiful white sand beach or take a refreshing dip in the Pacific Ocean.

Day 8 - Hiva Oa - Tahuata

A morning drive by 4WD takes you to Puamau to visit the most important local archeological site for tikis in French Polynesia. Our guides will show you through the mysterious ruins at Mea’e Iipona and share stories of these haunting statues and an ancient civilisation. In the afternoon, you will visit the impressive church of Tahuata which was built by the Vatican and decorated with beautiful carvings and a stained glass window featuring the Marquesan cross. Though the smallest of the inhabited Marquesan islands, it is historically one of the richest. Tahuata has experienced it all — it was the first island in the archipelago to be discovered by Spanish explorers, who opened fire on a crowd of curious islanders in 1595, saw the arrival of missionaries in 1797 and then became the first French settlement in the Marquesas in 1842. The locals carve exquisite tikis, sea creatures, bracelets, necklaces and more from horse and cow bone, fossilised bone, tusks and pink helmet shell.

Day 9 - Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva is the most lush and remote island in the archipelago, and is also a centre of Marquesan crafts. In the village of Omoa, women will demonstrate the making of tapa by hammering mulberry, banyan or breadfruit bark on a log. It is then dried and painted with traditional designs. Another demonstration will show the making of the kumuhei, a bouquet used by the local women to perfume their hair. The adjacent craft centre offers tapa, carvings, hand-dyed pareo and some of the finest monoi coconut oil found in these islands. Following the visit of the village, active passengers may choose to hike from Omoa to Hanavave, a 16 km hike offering spectacular views of towering cliffs. A picnic lunch will be served at the summit. Non-hikers will sail on the Aranui to Hanavave’s Bay of Virgins, considered one of the most beautiful bays in the world. Go ashore for a visit of the village and to welcome the hikers.

Day 10 - At sea

Enjoy a day at sea to relax by the pool and participate in one of the lectures or activities offered by our guides.

Day 11 - Rangiroa

Rangiroa or “huge sky” is the largest atoll in French Polynesia and the second largest in the world. The seemingly endless blue lagoon attracts divers to snorkel, scuba or shoot the pass surrounded by fish of every size, colour and shape. Rangiroa is famous for its majestic manta rays. It is also home to stunning pearls in all shades and local artisans known for their fine shell jewellery. While in Rangiroa, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the magnificent lagoon on a glass bottom boat tour or swimming, snorkelling or diving. You can also visit one of the finest pearl farms in the Tuamotus to learn about these rare gems and see how they are grown.

Day 12 - Tahiti (Papeete)

This is the end of our journey. It’s time to say Nānā! (Goodbye) to your travel companions, to the Polynesian staff and Aranui guides.

Please note: The itinerary may be modified for technical or meteorological reasons, or for freight constraints

Price Includes

  • 11 or 12-night cruise with accommodation in the selected cabin grade
  • Full board including wine with dinner (1 bottle per four passengers)
  • Port taxes, cruise taxes and tourist taxes
  • Excursions as detailed in the itinerary

Price Does Not Include

  • Please note that the prices quoted do not include air travel. We can assist with or book your flights to Tahiti. Please contact us for details and prices.
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2021 Departures £ price per person based on 2 people sharing

  • October
    • Oct 23rd - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2850
      Class C dormitory Standard Stateroom Deluxe Stateroom Superior Deluxe Junior Suite Premium Suite Royal Suite Presidential Suite
      Blue Water Price from: £2850 Blue Water Price from: £4360 Blue Water Price from: £5355 Blue Water Price from: £5780 Blue Water Price from: £5985 Blue Water Price from: £6230 Blue Water Price from: £6520 Blue Water Price from: £8619
  • November
    • Nov 6th - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2850
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      Blue Water Price from: £2850 Blue Water Price from: £4360 Blue Water Price from: £5355 Blue Water Price from: £5780 Blue Water Price from: £5985 Blue Water Price from: £6230 Blue Water Price from: £6520 Blue Water Price from: £8619
    • Nov 27th - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2850
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      Blue Water Price from: £2850 Blue Water Price from: £4360 Blue Water Price from: £5355 Blue Water Price from: £5780 Blue Water Price from: £5985 Blue Water Price from: £6230 Blue Water Price from: £6520 Blue Water Price from: £8619
  • December
    • Dec 16th - Thursday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2850
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2022 Departures £ price per person based on 2 people sharing

  • January
    • Jan 22nd - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
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      Blue Water Price from: £2479 Blue Water Price from: £3795 Blue Water Price from: £4655 Blue Water Price from: £5025 Blue Water Price from: £5205 Blue Water Price from: £5419 Blue Water Price from: £5669 Blue Water Price from: £7495
  • February
    • Feb 19th - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
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  • March
    • Mar 19th - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
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  • April
    • Apr 23rd - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
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  • May
    • May 21st - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
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  • June
    • Jun 4th - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
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    • Jun 18th - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
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  • July
    • Jul 2nd - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
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    • Jul 16th - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
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    • Jul 30th - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
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  • August
    • Aug 13th - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
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    • Aug 27th - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
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  • September
    • Sep 24th - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
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  • October
    • Oct 8th - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
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  • November
    • Nov 5th - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
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      Blue Water Price from: £2479 Blue Water Price from: £3795 Blue Water Price from: £4655 Blue Water Price from: £5025 Blue Water Price from: £5205 Blue Water Price from: £5419 Blue Water Price from: £5669 Blue Water Price from: £7495
    • Nov 19th - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
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      Blue Water Price from: £2479 Blue Water Price from: £3795 Blue Water Price from: £4655 Blue Water Price from: £5025 Blue Water Price from: £5205 Blue Water Price from: £5419 Blue Water Price from: £5669 Blue Water Price from: £7495
  • December
    • Dec 3rd - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
      Class C dormitory Standard Stateroom Deluxe Stateroom Superior Deluxe Junior Suite Premium Suite Royal Suite Presidential Suite
      Blue Water Price from: £2479 Blue Water Price from: £3795 Blue Water Price from: £4655 Blue Water Price from: £5025 Blue Water Price from: £5205 Blue Water Price from: £5419 Blue Water Price from: £5669 Blue Water Price from: £7495
    • Dec 17th - Saturday Itinerary - Sailing on: Aranui 5 From: £2479
      Class C dormitory Standard Stateroom Deluxe Stateroom Superior Deluxe Junior Suite Premium Suite Royal Suite Presidential Suite
      Blue Water Price from: £2479 Blue Water Price from: £3795 Blue Water Price from: £4655 Blue Water Price from: £5025 Blue Water Price from: £5205 Blue Water Price from: £5419 Blue Water Price from: £5669 Blue Water Price from: £7495

Price Information

  • Prices are per person based on two sharing a cabin/suite, and include tourist tax, cruise tax and port tax.
  • The price includes the cruise and excursions. We can organise and book flights from the UK to Tahiti, as well as pre and post cruise hotel stays. Please contact us for details.
  • Pricing is subject to change due to exchange rate. Please contact us for the latest pricing
Map for Tahiti and the Marquesas Islands