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Aranui V

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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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13 Day Cruise in the Tuamotu, Marquesas Islands and Bora Bora (departing Saturday)

From $4209.99 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$285.40) Available dates From 26 Jan 2019 To 23 Nov 2019

Board the Aranui V in Tahiti for a unique cruise on board a working cargo ship to the most remote and spectacular islands in French Polynesia. The six inhabited islands of the Marquesas are so remote that the Aranui is their lifeline to the rest of the world, as she carries her exotic cargo with her from one secluded island stop to the next. Your penultimate day will be spent at the magical island of Bora and Bora.

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13 Day Cruise in the Tuamotu, Marquesas Islands and Bora Bora (departing Thursday)

From $4209.99 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+$285.40) Available dates From 14 Feb 2019 To 07 Nov 2019

Board the Aranui V in Tahiti for a unique cruise on board a working cargo ship to the most remote and spectacular islands in French Polynesia. The six inhabited islands of the Marquesas are so remote that the Aranui is their lifeline to the rest of the world, as she carries her exotic cargo with her from one secluded island stop to the next. Your penultimate day will be spent at the magical island of Bora and Bora.

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Clipper Odyssey

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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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Island Passage

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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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Paul Gauguin

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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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