French Polynesia

French Polynesia © Aaron Wong

Destination At A Glance

Water Temperature - 
26 degrees
Ideal Season - 
Year Round
Visibility - 
100+ feet
Air Temperature - 
27 degrees
Visa Requirements - 
Passport holders of the European Union only need a valid passport for entry. Passport holders of most Western and Asian countries are exempt from visa requirements for stays of up to 90 days.
French Polynesia is as close to paradise as you can imagine. Known for the luxurious island resorts in Bora Bora, Moorea and Tahiti, French Polynesia is not just a jewel above water, but below as well.

French Polynesia is made up of 118 islands and atolls and is fast becoming a a destination for world class diving as well as those seeking idylic tranquility and luxury.

The islands of French Polynesia offer a great diversity for divers including; lagoons, ocean drop offs and high octane drift dives through the passes.

The abundant fish and reef life provide an aquarium for divers and snorkelers alike and with stunning moss green peaks, crystal clear water and beautiful turquoise lagoons this region is really paradise found! Expect to see colourful fish life, corals, rays, dolphins, manta, sharks and the majestic humpback.

The climate in French Polynesia is tropical, but moderate and can be very humid. The average temperature is 27°C with the Summer months from November through to April being warm and humid. The Winter months are from May through to October, when the climate is slightly cooler and drier.

 

Images @ Aaron Wong and Brad Holland 2014

Liveaboards

Situated in the heart of the Pacific Ocean, French Polynesia is a spectacularly beautiful island archipelago that boasts world class dive sites with healthy reef systems and an abundance of wildlife.

The M/V French Polynesia Master is the newest liveaboard in the Master fleet and has been built to provide the highest levels of comfort and safety for up to 25 guests.

There are a number of 7 and 10 night trips to choose from all year round each offering something different. 

Key Facts
  • The 42m M/V French Polynesia Master accommodates up to 25 guests in 11 Twin/Double and 2 Double cabins

  • All cabins have air conditioning, ensuite facilities and plenty of storage space

  • Spacious indoor lounge on the middle deck, large indoor dining area, as well as a shaded and un-shaded outdoor lounging area on the upper deck. 

  • Nitrox membrane, booster pump, technical blending panel, rebreather friendly

  • Dive equipment set up at the rear of the main deck, including showers and individual set up stations

CONTACT DETAILS

UK OFFICE

Innovation House
Boldero Road
Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk
IP32 7BS
UK

Tel: +44 (0) 1284 748010

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