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Aranui III

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The Aranui III is a combined passenger and cargo vessel that cruises from Tahiti to the Marquesas Islands, the most remote archipelago in the world. ‘Aranui’ means ‘Great Highway’ in Maori and the Aranui III is named after her predecessors, two ships which carried cargo and passengers between the Marquesas and the rest of the world. This new, custom-built Aranui has been designed with passenger comfort in mind and offers spacious, air-conditioned accommodation for up to 200 passengers. The Aranui III is staffed by a professional, hospitable and lively team of Polynesians, most of them from the Marquesas, who will ensure that your journey on a working cargo ship is one to remember.

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SPECIAL OFFER - 14 Day Cruise in the Tuamotu and the Marquesas Islands

From £2920.00 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£200.40) Sailing dates From 01 Nov 2014 to 13 Dec 2014

**SPECIAL OFFER** 10% Discount on 7th June 2014 departure only. Published rates reflect discount. Board the Aranui III in Tahiti for a unique cruise on board a working cargo ship to the most remote and spectacular islands in French Polynesia. The six inhabited islands of the Marquesas are so remote that the Aranui is their lifeline to the rest of the world, as she carries her exotic cargo with her from one secluded island stop to the next. **Note that the voyage departing on 13th December 2014 will stop at the island of Bora Bora on day 13 instead of Rangiroa.

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Bilikiki

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In 1989 Bilikiki sailed as the first full service luxury liveaboard dive vessel in Solomon Islands. Since then she has gained as reputation as being among the best of the world's live aboards. The vessel boasts unparalleled space and comfort, an immense sun deck and plenty of covered deck space as well as air-conditioned accommodation.

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Fiji Aggressor II

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The Fiji Aggressor II is a luxurious three deck expedition yacht that enables passengers to explore some of the finest dive sites off the coast of Fiji. The boat has been specifically designed for the needs of the diver and has a spacious, well designed dive deck.

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Fiji Aggressor III

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The Fiji Aggressor II is a luxurious two deck expedition yacht that enables passengers to explore some of the finest dive sites off the coast of Fiji. The boat has been specifically designed for the needs of the diver and has a spacious, well designed dive deck.

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Fiji Princess

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Fiji Princess is internationally renowned for small ship cruising, offering three incredible journeys in Fiji's spectacular Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands. Sail to remote tropical islands, anchor off coconut trees and spectacular lagoons and swim, snorkel or dive in crystal clear waters. Fiji Princess is a modern 60 meter catamaran with 34 deluxe air-conditioned cabins split over three decks and a maximum capacity of 68 passengers. There are excellent onboard amenities including a luxurious dining saloon, spacious bar with a DJ station and widescreen TV, sun deck, boutique, spa, swimming pool, four sundecks and non-motorized watersports equipment.

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Island Passage

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The 20 berth Island Passage is unique in that she carries half the passengers of other vessels her size, yet includes all the amenities one would expect of a much larger cruise ship. Her workboat exterior camouflages a stunning interior with oversize cabins, large outside deck areas with outside dining and a spacious lounge and dining area. Three expedition boats designed to land directly onto the beaches, three smaller tenders and kayaks are all on hand to explore, and the ship also has its own five seater helicopter. Discover Vanuatu and New Zealand's Bay of Islands in exceptional style on board the exquisite Island Passage.

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Kalibobo Spirit

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The Kalibobo Spirit, a 29.8m luxury motor yacht, was built in 2004 and refitted in 2007 before commencing service in Papua New Guinea. The ship has 10 air-conditioned cabins, a large covered deck with comfortable loungers on the bridge deck, a partially covered deck on the fly Bridge, a heli-pad for use on selected cruises and a 20-person speedboat for excursions.

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Oceanic Discoverer

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  • Coastal cruises

The Oceanic Discoverer is a newly built Australian ship, with a cruising speed of 14 knots and a shallow draft which allows her to access more isolated bays and reaches. On board, accommodation for up to 72 passengers is provided in a range of comfortable and spacious staterooms, all with ocean view. The Oceanic Discoverer has all the amenities you would expect on high standard modern vessel, including a large deck with spa pool, lecture lounge with plasma screen, 2 cocktail bars and a restaurant featuring buffet style and table d’hote menus. The ship is also equipped with a specially designed ‘Xplorer’ excursion vessel and 2 zodiacs for landings and closer exploration of the coastline.

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Paul Gauguin

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  • Coastal cruises

Named after the impressionist painter who travelled to tropical French Polynesia to create many of his masterpieces, the Paul Gauguin transports you to the same paradise in unprecedented luxury. This exceptional vessel marries five-star service and accommodation with a warm and informal atmosphere as she cruises the clear waters of the South Seas, An onboard watersports marina, a choice of dining areas and an extensive spa are among the ship’s luxurious amenities and a troupe of Gauguines – a local Tahitian group which includes cruise staff, entertainers and storytellers – add the special character of Tahiti to every cruise.

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Reef Endeavour

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The Reef Endeavour has been designed to cruise the sheltered waters of a reef environment and her small size allows access to the remote bays, islands and reefs of Fiji that other ships cannot reach. The Reef Endeavour carries just 140 passengers in a range of accommodation from basic cabins to spacious staterooms, yet her design allows for many of the comforts you would expect on a larger liner, including a swimming pool, spa pools, inviting leisure decks and an embarkation platform with a lift between the water level and main deck. The professional crew includes guides and a dive master and the ship is equipped with four reef explorer vessels, including a glass bottom boat. We are able to offer early booking discounts on the advertised rates on all cruises on this ship. These discounts are capacity controlled and apply to a certain number of cabins on each sailing only. Please speak to one of our agents to check for any applicable discounts.

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Reef Escape

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The Reef Escape is a small ship catering to no more than 116 passengers. The small size and shallow draft of the Reef Escape makes her ideally suited to navigating the sheltered waters of the Yasawa Islands with their coral reefs. The vessel also boasts big ship comforts, including a swimming pool, outdoor leisure decks and an embarkation platform with a lift from water level to the main deck.

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Sepik Spirit

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The Sepik Spirit constructed in 1989 and refurbished in 2006, is built to the specifications to suit the demands of a shallow draft expeditionary vessel for navigating inland waterways. Her shallow draft allows passage into remote corners of the Sepik Region and areas inaccessible to larger vessels. Because the Sepik Spirit is custom designed for the rigors of operating in this unique environment, she is the ideal size for exploration. This, combined with small passenger numbers allows the traveler an intimate experience to little visited areas.

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Spirit of Enderby

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The Spirit of Enderby is an ideal expedition vessel - ice-strengthened and uniquely equipped with a fleet of zodiacs and two specially designed Hovercraft that enable landings in places inaccessible to other ships. Comfort and safety is combined with a sense of adventure on this 48-passenger vessel, crewed by an enthusiastic and experienced Russian Captain and crew. The Expeditions are accompanied by some of the most experienced naturalists and guides, who have devoted a lifetime to field research in the areas that the Spirit of Enderby visits.

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Spirit of Solomons

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Following in the tradition of her sister ship Bilikiki, the Spirit of Solomons joined the fleet as a luxurious liveboard vessel in Solomon Islands. At 125 feet the boats are large enough to withstand the conditions of the South Pacific, allowing for a comfortable and stable cruising experience. Both vessels boast unparalleled space and comfort, immense sun decks, plenty of covered deck space and air-conditioned accommodation.

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