Aranui IIIFor a very personal and affordable cruise around the Tahitian islands, the Aranui carries cargo and passengers on a winding loop that includes the island of Tahiti and the Marquesas archipelago. She holds 200 passengers and is air-conditioned and comfortable. The crew are mainly Marquesans, and they are very hospitable. The ship meets all international safety regulations. Meals are served in an informal family setting.
2028 El Camino Real So, Suite B
San Mateo, CA 94403
Royal PrincessThe Royal Princess departs from Honolulu, Hawaii, and ends at Papeete, Tahiti, on a twelve-day trip. The cruise includes some of the islands of Hawaii as well as Bora Bora, Raiatea, and Moorea on the way to Tahiti. The liner offers many activities and entertainment for people of all ages. The Princess is elegant, with wood paneling and leather armchairs, a library and a variety of dining venues. By choosing one of the interior rooms, you will find the Royal Princess quite affordable (starting at $1699).
800 5th Avenue, Suite 2600
Seattle, WA 98104-3176
MS Paul GauginNamed after the famous painter Paul Gaugin, the cruise ship travels Tahitian waters year 'round, offering six-star service. Half of her spacious staterooms boast private balconies. The best prices are for off-season cruises (May - June). The liner has its own marina that unfolds at the back of the ship, allowing cruisers to kayak or snorkel under the watchful eye of well-trained staff. Unique to this cruise ship are the Gaugines, ship staff who tell stories and entertain.
MS Paul Gauguin
5200 Warner Avenue Ste 110
Huntington Beach CA 92649
1-866-982-4484 for Cruise, Air or Land