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south pacific The Pacific is the world’s largest ocean, scattered with distant groups of untouched tropical islands, each with a unique culture and ecology. Swim in clear warm water, dive on pristine coral reefs or simply leave your footprints in the sand of a picture-book, palm-fringed beach. NALOVA BAY NADI NALAUWAKI NATEWA BAY NAVADRA ISLAND YASAWA-I-RARA SAWA-I-LAU NANUYA BALAVU ISLAND MONURIKI ISLAND « « « « « « « TETIAROA MOOREA TAHITI BORA BORA TAHA’A RAIATEA HUAHINE « « « « « « french polynesia Tahiti is the usual gateway to this vast and scattered country made up of hundreds of islands in several different groups - some low lying atolls edged with coral reefs, others lushly forested with towering cliffs and caves. SAMPLE ITINERARY French Polynesia – Society Islands Tahiti > Moorea 22 miles Moorea > Tetiaroa 32 miles Tetiaroa > Huahine 85 miles Huahine > Raiatea 23 miles Raiatea > Taha’a 13 miles Taha’a > Bora Bora 22 miles fiji The islands of the Fijian archipelago combine sheltered, short-hop cruising with an incredible variety of landscape and marine life. Where else can you anchor in the caldera of a submerged volcano? SAMPLE ITINERARY Fiji – Mamanuca & Yasawa Islands Nadi, Viti Levu > Navadra Island 27 miles Navadra Island > Natewa Bay (Waya Island) 8 miles Natewa Bay > Nalauwaki (Waya Island) 8 miles Nalauwaki > Nalova Bay (Nacula Island) 28 miles Nalova Bay > Sawa-i-Lau 9 miles Sawa-i-Lau > Yasawa-i-Rara 12 miles Yasawa-i-Rara > Nanuya Balavu Island 40 miles Nanuya Balavu Island > Monuriki Island 28 miles Monuriki Island > Nadi, Viti Levu 23 miles fiji { 115 } Superyacht Living & Style Magazine 2013


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