AdventureSmith Explorations introduced a small yacht cruise, the Tahitian Affair Cruise, that starts and ends in Bora Bora. Guests will cruise on the luxury yacht, Island Passage, which accommodates 24 passengers. The 8-day cruise includes all non-alcoholic beverages, meals, trips onshore, and sports equipment like fishing, snorkeling equipment, and kayaks. The cruise is $4,540 per person.  There’s an 11-day tour for $5,845 per person.

To celebrate the Tahitian Affair Cruise, AdventureSmith is offering a free package to guests who book the cruise before March 31, 2016. The package includes airport transfers, domestic transports, tranfers to an airport hotel, and one night’s accommodation in the Intercontinental Hotel in Papeete (or a similar hotel).

The cruises on the Island Passage will be at sea for only three or four hours a day,  so there will be more than enough time for excursions, swimming, and other activities. The yacht has a fishing boat, equipped with rods and tackle. The chef on the Island Passage will be happy to prepare the fish that guests catch.

Onshore, cruise guests can visit Tahaá, Raiatea, and Huahine where they will find local markets, restaurants, and unique cultural experiences.

 

Bora Bora yacht cruise

Island Passage Cruise in Bora Bora

 

Island for the Island Passage cruise

Island for the Island Passage cruise

 

Interior of the Island Passage

Interior of the Island Passage

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