Superyacht Fam Trip in The Islands of Tahiti

6 February 2020

Tahiti Tourisme

MY Silentworld welcomed 3 international charter brokers, 2 experiential travel agents and a  journalist from The Telegraph (UK) for a familiarization trip in The Islands of Tahiti, November 9-15, 2019. The trip was organized and hosted by Tahiti Tourisme, Ocean Alliance and MY Silentworld.

 The objective was to have these 6 professionals live out a unique experience in The Islands of Tahiti, created for them exactly as privileged superyacht charter guests do, in privacy and, of course, luxury. And so they did : picnic on a private beach, scuba diving, cultural activities, staying in an overwater bungalow, uncovering the Tahitian delicacies and hidden stories from local inhabitants, … The cruise took them from Tahiti to Moorea, Huahine (a favorite of travellers who like to get off the beaten track), Raiatea, Taha’a, mythical Bora Bora, and Rangiroa in the Tuamotu archipelago, one of the top scuba spots in the world for marine fauna.

SILENTWORLD is a 40m motor yacht, built by a shipyard in Spain with expedition focus: her stability is second to none, and high-volume on board ensure the uttermost comfort for guests of any nationality. She is available for exclusive charters, including the full-use of the vessel and her 6 cabins for a family or group of up to 12 lucky guests.

Please contact Ocean Alliance, based in Sydney (Australia) and Seattle (WA) for all enquiries.: info@oceanalliance.com.au

 

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