French Polynesia consists of 118 islands situated in the middle
of the Pacific, between 10 and 23¡ south, 6,500 km from
California and 5,400 km from Australia.
never drifted off into a dream when hearing the names of Tahiti
or Bora Bora? Diaphanous lagoons, multicolored fish, a seabed
in the hues of the rainbow, fruit and flowers in abundance,
a friendly and gay population, songs accompanied by the strumming
of ukeles, all this is an invitation to escape to these islands
at the other end of the world.
180 miles from Tahiti, the jewel-like Tuamotu islands
are the ideal spot for deep sea diving. The beauty of the
lagoons will delight water sport fans and navigators inspired
by a Robinson Crusoe spirit. A base at Tikehau has
facilities for bareboat rentals, for exploring some magnificent
atolls, such as those of Rangiroa. However, navigation is
more difficult in these waters and demands a high level of
experience where the crewed yachts are essential. The Marquesas,
tall islands with sculptural shapes, emerge out of the sea
750 miles away from Tahiti.
climate, cooled by the trade winds, offers mild variations,
between 24 and 30¡C for the air temperature, and 26¡
for the water temperature.
the dry season, from April to October, the Maramu wind can
stir up in July and August and reach 25 to 30 knots. During
the hot season, from November to March, the winds die down
and the sea is calm, but rain falls more frequently, especially
between December and February.
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