One of Tahiti and her islands' favourite cruise experiences, Bora Bora Cruises, has relaunched with a new website and product line-up as Nomade Yachting Bora Bora.
Nomade Yachting is renowned for its two Australian-built, 20-stateroom luxury cruisers Ti'a Moana and Tu Moana, which offer four “private escape” itineraries from their base on the serendipitous island of Bora Bora.
"The Nomade Yachting concept is to sail from island to island while onboard your private yacht, in a world where elegance, serenity and pampering are the only priorities," said Nomade Yachting’s Patrick Picard-Robson.
"It is a private yacht experience and not a cruise experience, so we have rebranded our product as Nomade Yachting Bora Bora rather than the inappropriate Bora Bora Cruises."
Mr Picard-Robson said Nomade Yachting offered four private escapes, with all yacht amenities organised for guests by a private butler who was at their exclusive disposal throughout the voyage and “just a mere VHS radio call away".
“On offer are two daytime adventures with snorkelling equipment and kayaks, and two evening private escapes using one of the yacht's tenders and a butler to provide canapés, cocktails and champagne.
"There really is no limit to the private experiences we can create, including an evening á deux under the stars, island safaris, Polynesian weddings or private charters, where individuals or groups can sail our pristine waters attended to by a well trained and discreet staff of 43 staff per vessel. Clients only have to dream and we will endeavour to make it come true.”
Travel Associates is offering a generous fly-cruise package that includes return economy airfares from Sydney to Papeete with Air Tahiti Nui, two nights pre and post-accommodation in the Intercontinental Resort Tahiti, return airfares from Papeete to Bora Bora, three nights pre and post-cruise at the Bora Bora Lagoon Resort in a motu bungalow, six nights on a Tu or Ti'a Moana Lagoon Yacht Cruise, all airport transfers in Papeete and return transfers on Bora Bora from AU$14,284 per person ex Sydney and AU$14,580 from Melbourne or Brisbane. To book go to www.tahitinow.com.au or call Travel Associates on 1300 017 849.
For more information about Nomade Yachting Bora Bora go to www.nomadeyachting.com and to find out more about Tahiti and her islands call Tahiti Tourisme on 1300 655 563 or visit www.tahitinow.com.au.
CAPTIONS: Images show the Tu Moana, one of two super luxury cruising yachts operated by Nomade Yachting, and a smaller craft used to offer passengers a romantic sunset private escape.
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