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The Pacific

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Yacht Charter in the Pacific

Seatravel has several exciting destinations in the Pacific. With a base in the Whitsundays in Australia, one in New Zealand, two in Tonga and three in French Polynesia - there is ample opportunity to embark on a yacht charter in exceptionally beautiful surroundings and a perfect climate all year round. No matter which of our destinations in the Pacific you choose, we are certain it will be an experience that you will remember for the rest of your life.

Sail by the famous Great Barrier Reef off Australia's north-east coast, where our base has more than 20 years of experience with sailboat rentals.

In New Zealand, you can discover some of the most beautiful scenery in the world when you sail around the Bay of Islands.

Sail in the heart of the Pacific when you visit the idyllic setting of French Polynesia – here you will find that the weather is perfect almost all year round.

If you go on a sailboat holiday in The Kingdom of Tonga - you may experience one of the most dream-like destinations of the Pacific.

The Whitsunday Islands

The Whitsunday Islands

Boat rentals in the Whitsunday Islands Located not far off the coast of Queensland, the Whitsunday Islands are undoubtedly one of the most breathtaking and beautiful places on the planet. Surrounded by the Great Barrier Reef's sparkling waters, the area offers spectacular marine life – but you will also encounter luxurious island resorts and secluded anchorages on your journey through this remarkable area. This is a destination all sailors should experience at least once in their lifetime.Award-winning beaches Entry route to the Great Barrier Reef Magnificent marine life Luxurious island resortsThe Whitsunday area, which is regarded by many as one of the best sailing areas in the world, is made up of 74 islands and islets - and is surrounded by the Coral Sea’s shimmering water and protected by the surrounding Great Barrier Reef. Sailing Holidays in the area begins on Hamilton Island, which an ideal place to begin your Australian adventure on the water. Hamilton Island is also an exciting island to explore ashore. In addition to the golden sandy beaches, the Whitsunday Islands are surrounded by beautiful reefs that offer great experiences for snorkelers and scuba diving enthusiasts. Tropical fish and turtles are everywhere, and humpback whales and dolphins are also often seen – these are just some of the wonders you may be lucky to see here. Sailing the Whitsundays A sailing holiday in the Whitsundays offers easy and relaxed exploration of the many beautiful islands - at your own pace of course. With simple navigation, quiet seas and a wealth of secluded anchorages, this is one of the best places to rent a sailboat. The tidal range can be up to four meters and the currents can move up to three knots. There are occasional bursts from January to March. The wind speed moves between 10-25 knots and temperatures are between 23 °C and 30 °C. The rented boats in the area are equipped according to the highest specifications - so the only thing that's left for you to do is to relax and enjoy your sailing holiday together with your family and friends. Highlights Regarded as one of the most beautiful sailing areas in the world, the Whitsundays Islands offer a blend of breathtaking natural landscapes, spectacular marine life, luxurious island resorts, perfect sailing condition and a virtually unlimited selection of secluded anchorages - all waiting to be discovered on your Australian sailing holiday. Enjoy also the easy navigation and let the warm winds lead you through this magnificent sailing area.
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The Bay of Islands

The Bay of Islands

Sailboat rental in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand Each year, New Zealand receives a multitude of travel awards. It is not without reason that Lonely Planet has named the country as the world's premier vacation destination. New Zealand possesses an unparalleled beauty - the country is made up of the North Island and the South Island, with sub-tropical and temperate climates. Technically, New Zealand is a Southern Pacific nation, but the islands' location far south gives a different character than the island nations that are located closer to the equator. Snow covered mountains, green hills with grazing sheep, rocky coasts and larger islands make New Zealand into something special. To the east of the North Island, you will find the sailing paradise Bay Of Islands – a coastline of over 50 miles, protected by more than 80 islands with a wealth of beautiful anchorages, cosy towns and stunning beaches. Bay of Islands is one of the best sailing areas in New Zealand. Secluded, picturesque and with easy passages for sailboats, these beautiful islands and their many coves and bays are almost uninhabited except for a few historical towns and luxurious resorts. A sailing holiday here is an immersion in some of the world's finest nature, with swimming at isolated beaches, snorkelling and diving in crystal clear water, and of course, relaxation on board the ship under the stars.More than 80 islands waiting to be explored White sandy beaches of Moturua Island Protected Whangaroa Harbour and the waterfalls at Rere Bay Harvest fresh mussels at Oke BayA sailing holiday in the Bay Of Islands is guaranteed to be an inspiring adventure for the whole family. Sailing the Bay of Islands, New Zealand A sailing holiday in the Bay of Islands is relaxing and easy. Most passages are short, and you have plenty of time to explore some of New Zealand's most beautiful places. Unlike other parts of the Pacific, the weather can be variable throughout the year, in the same way as wind direction and wind speed can be. Breeze directions can change from coming from land or the sea from day to day. Navigation is straightforward. The tidal range is approximately six feet. Strong currents can occur in narrow channels in some places, depending on the tide stage - but it's generally not a problem. In the summer of the Southern Hemisphere from November to April temperatures are between 24 °C and 30 °C. Highlights A sailing holiday in The Bay of Islands can include a host of entertaining activities. Sailing in the most sheltered waters between nature picturesque islands teeming with wildlife is just one of them. Dolphins, penguins, the endemic North Island robin, snapper, The Giant Kingfish mackerel, and many other species are just some of the animals you can see here. Some locations are superb dive sites, with a rocky bottom, caves or around wrecks. Snorkelling and swimming are also formidable here. Pristine sandy beaches, hiking trails that lead to spectacular lookouts, exciting historical locations, relaxed resorts, shopping and good restaurants in the small harbour towns, are just a few of the pleasures of a sailing holiday at the Bay of Islands. Your voyage will take you through a 50 miles stretch, which is one of the most scenic waters of New Zealand. The area is appropriately named - as the bay has more than 80 islands in sheltered waters and hundreds of quiet anchorages.
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Vava'u

Vava'u

Yacht Charter in Tonga - Vava'u Numerous islands surrounded by coral reefs and with perfect white sandy beaches are the main attractions on a sailboat holiday in the Kingdom of Tonga´s Vava'u archipelago. Relaxed, informal and with breathtaking beauty, Tonga an exotic sailing destination, far from the world's troubles.Easiest sailing in the South Pacific Traditionally Tongan feast on Hinakauea Beach Swallow Cave on Kapa Island Snorkelling and scuba diving in crystal clear water Miles of pristine white sand beaches Humpback whales and healthy reefs teeming with lifeLocated in the fabled Pacific between Tahiti and Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga is made up of 171 islands, divided into four distinct groups: Tongatapu, Ha'apai, Vava'u and the Niuas. Nuku'alofa on the main island of Tongatapu is the capital of the elected monarchy. The jewels in the exotic sailing area by Tonga, the hilly and mountain covered with coral islands in Vava'u. Miles of white sandy beaches, coral reefs and crystal clear water, is to make Tonga to one of the world's best areas for snorkelling and scuba diving - the visibility is often 45 meters. The abundance of cosy anchorages, combined with the short distances between the islands, making navigation very similar to that found in the British Virgin Islands. The reefs make the water calm, while trade wind ensures good sailing weather almost every day. It is no wonder that Vava'u is referred to as a paradise for sailors and sailing holiday here will be loving memory of a lifetime. Sailing in Tonga - Vava'u A yacht charter in Tonga offers some of the easiest and best sailing in the South Pacific. Southeast trade winds are between 15 and 25 knots, may through September and the northeast trade winds are between 10 and 20 knots through the summer. The navigation between the islands is easy and straightforward, but be sure to keep an eye on the chart due. Many reefs. The tidal range is just over three feet. Tide and wind-driven currents are typically weak, except in narrow channels. A sailing holiday in Tonga suitable for sailors with basic skills in coastal navigation. The beauty and the unique character of these waters possess, attracts both experienced and inexperienced skippers back time and time again. The temperature is the year around 24 ° C. Highlights at Vava'u Tonga's beauty is famous all over the world. The wooded and often hilly coral islands surrounded by pristine white sandy beaches that are ideal for snorkelling, swimming and sunbathing. Picturesque anchorages, which are usually protected from the swells are usually no more than a few miles apart - but there is also open water to a pure Pacific voyage. The kingdom has a handful of resorts and restaurants on the islands, and in Beiafu, the capital of Vava'u. Among Tonga's main attractions are the friendly people who take pride in hospitality and have a sincere desire to make visitors feel at home. Tonga has been called "The Friendly Islands" since 1773 when British captain James Cook used the phrase to describe the Tongans he met. This honorary title is still well deserved. Humpback whales The waters near Tonga, especially in the outer islands around Vava'u, is home to one of the sea's most breathtaking creatures, the humpback whale. The whales grow to a length of 15 meters, and on a diet of krill, plankton and small fish, they are huge animals up to a weight of over 45 tonnes. The whales are known for their musical song and arrive in Tonga from Antarctica from the beginning of July - to give birth and raise their young. They stay till November when they return to colder waters. According to scientific studies, the population at Vava'u made up of approximately 450 animals, so it's usually not hard to get them to see. Eco-tour organizers offer snorkelling trips out to the islands as Foeata and Hunga where people can get close enough to swim with the peaceful struggle - an inspiring, fascinating and unforgettable experience.
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Raiatea

Raiatea

Yacht Charter in Raiatea The Leeward islands around Tahiti, most famous for beautiful Bora Bora, is a pure exotic sailing mecca. Cosy anchorages with surrounding reefs and stunning mountains that rise to the sky are part of what makes Raiatea, Tahiti and French Polynesia a sailors' paradise.Sailing in the exotic waters of the South Pacific Beautiful Bora Bora Picturesque anchorages - the smell of vanilla on Tahaa Snorkelling and diving on the many reefs Archaeological sites in Raiatea Good restaurants and interesting shopsLocated halfway in the Pacific Ocean between South America and Australia, French Polynesia is made up of 118 islands, spread out over an area the size of Europe. Papeete is Tahiti's capital. Among the Society Islands are Bora Bora, Raiatea, Tahaa and Huahine that make up the jewels on a sailing holiday in Tahiti. Mountainous heights rise from the sea, and the many reefs are home to sea turtles, sharks, dolphins, porpoises, colourful hard/soft coral and over 500 species of fish - which makes the Society Islands one of the world's best spots for snorkelling and diving. Resorts, water sports, trips to the islands, archaeological sites and good food are just some of the many pleasures of a sailing vacation in Tahiti. Sailing at Raiatea A yacht charter in Raiatea offers balmy trade winds from the east, which usually has a strength of between 15-20 knots year round - this almost guarantees relaxing sailing in the calm water behind the reefs, as well as more challenging passages on open water. Behind the reefs, navigation is easy and going from one marker to the other, although it is important to keep a close eye on the chart - just as it is important to plot the stretches of longer passages between islands. The tidal range is less than a foot and is negligible - which also means that the current is often weak, except in narrow passages. A sailing vacation in Tahiti is possible for sailors with basic skills in coastal navigation. Beauty and the area's unique character attracts both experienced and inexperienced sailors time and time again. Highlights Although Bora Bora, Raiatea, Tahaa and Huahine are neighbours, each island has a slightly different mood. Of course, the beauty of the South Pacific is a common denominator, like the exquisite reefs, islets (motus) and beaches - but where one island committed to the chic and modern, on the other primarily nature prevails. Other islands are known for their local crafts and ancient archaeological Polynesian temples. Together, they offer attractions for all visitors - and ensures that a sailing holiday in Tahiti will be a memorable sailing holiday for all.
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Leopard 44 Premier - 4cab - Sunsail

Leopard 44 Premier - 4cab - Sunsail

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Leopard 3900 Exclusive Plus - 4cab - Moorings

Leopard 3900 Exclusive Plus - 4cab - Moorings

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Jeanneau 41 Premier - 3cab - Sunsail

Jeanneau 41 Premier - 3cab - Sunsail

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Catana 47 Custom - HUDSON - Dream Yacht Charter

Catana 47 Custom - HUDSON - Dream Yacht Charter

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