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Diving in French Polynesia #08

Cruise ships and itineraries for diving in Polynesia

An ideal solution to go diving in Polynesia in peace while discovering the charm of the islands, is to choose to make a diving cruise. The beauty of the crystalline waters of the lagoons makes the experience truly unforgettable.


The navigation distances between the islands are reasonable and the crossings do not involve major difficulties. Even if you do not have a seafaring foot, you should be able to appreciate having your equipment available, to be able to dive without taking into account the expectations due to the care necessary to recover the divers at each hotel. You will enjoy the charm of your cabin, where you can relax after diving. In short, a cruise is synonymous with not moving a little finger, total vacation and 100% idleness.


The diving cruise is also THE appreciable solution for the peace of mind that it provides. The same monitor will accompany you throughout the week. He knows you, knows the type of diving you like, the animals you want to see. He can therefore refine his schedule and prefer diving trips according to the desires of each other. This is the real diving à la carte. There too, there is no need to take care of the equipment, to transport it on board semi-rigid boats, to rinse, to assemble, to disassemble … The crew of the boat takes care of everything.

The number of dives per day can go up to three dives, which is more than the two outings organized in general by the land clubs.
Frankly, where would you find better?
Diving cruises in the Society Islands are obviously the best spots of Tahiti, Moorea, Huahine, Raiatea-Tahaa and Bora Bora.

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