Pacific Ocean Yacht Charter Guide
The Pacific Ocean is teeming with idyllic, beautiful locales that await your arrival during a yacht charter in the Pacific. Enjoy the incredible expanses of the Philippines and the lovely islands of Fiji as you roam these pristine waters.
Bound by the Pacific Ocean, the Bashi Channel and the Sulu and Celebes Seas, the 7,000 islands of the Philippines archipelago are ripe for exploration. From the jungle-clad mountains to the stunning azure seas washing sandy coastlines, there is much to see.
To some, Boracay, Phillipines, is one of the world’s best islands. The driven white-sand beaches are illuminated with pristine translucent seas that tranquilly wash the shores. Here, too, you can find either hard-partying beach crowds or peaceful, desolate sands, not spying another soul for miles. Watersports here are a must. Enjoy the yacht’s kayaks or water skis or simply enjoy a sunset champagne tender cruise of the islands breathtaking scenery. Palawan is home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Tubbathaha Reef National Park and the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River, which — as its name would suggest — runs under ground, encompassed by a limestone landscape. Take a tender through to admire the beauty. The beaches here are pristine and there is much to explore, such as the Tabon Caves, which boast rugged cliffs and deep slopes with exceptional views.
The product of volcanic activity in the warm waters of the South Pacific, the coral reefs and stunning shores of Fiji draw thousands of visitors from around the world each year. Laze about on the stunning black- or gold-sand beaches, or you could spend your days white water rafting, golfing The Pearl, kayaking or hiking during your Fiji yacht charter.
Discover the islands of Mamanuca, Yasawa, the Coral Coast and the main town of Nadi, where you will find beautiful beaches and exciting adventures around every bend during a Pacific yacht charter.
- Discover the Mamanucas, where the movies “Castaway” was filmed
- Advanced divers will want to dive the renowned President Coolidge wreck off Espiritu Santo
- Take in a traditional show at Goroka, Papua New Guinea
- Marvel over the wonder of the Fautaua Waterfall in Tahiti
- Cast a line off the “fisherman’s kingdom” and reel in the big one for the chef to prepare for a lovely offshore lunch in Tonga
There are hundreds of islands spread across the Pacific Ocean. With such huge distances between, each island group has birthed a unique culture. The tribal nations of Fiji and Tonga have developed a culture centered on imbibing Kava. Head ashore in these islands to partake in a Sevu Sevu Ceremony for a taste.