Enjoy a thrilling sail across the most powerful body of water on earth, where you can immerse yourself in millions of square miles of salty solitude. From volcano-dominated wilderness areas to wave-lashed coastlines and tiny mounds of sand that barely rise above the waterline, to big cities and glamorous marinas, there's plenty to explore. Here you can relax, catch your breath and surrender to the hypnotic rhythm of the waves gently lapping the coastline of the picturesque South Pacific islands, which have captivated explorers and sailors for centuries with their gentle breezes carrying the scent of orchids and other tropical flowers while the crystal clear waters offer access to cliffs and colourful marine life. We invite you to experience the exotic cultures of the Polynesians, Micronesians and Melanesians. Visit the hot springs in Papua New Guinea, witness the fire-walking ritual of Fijian natives or swim in the crystal-clear waters off Australia's east coast. Prepare to be dazzled and understand why they call the Pacific the BIG BLUE.

These beautiful unspoilt islands located just north of Australia in the South Pacific guarantee a unique experience for nature lovers; from the endemic flora and fauna that inhabit the dense rainforests to the bustling coral reefs, you'll encounter an impressive variety of wildlife and plants. When you're on the coast, enjoy jungle treks, where in the more mountainous terrain you'll find ancient tribal communities that are very friendly to visitors. Sample the cuisine of the local people and explore the fascinating history of the island of New Guinea, and be enchanted by the dazzling dance performances of its natives. In the sea, the warm waters are perfect for a swim or if you prefer you can go scuba diving as the waters are not only translucent, but are also home to the remains of World War II shipwrecks. A great experience is to get up close to the skeletons of planes and ships. Papua New Guinea is a heady mix of cultures full of warmth, colour and vibrancy.



Tahiti has 118 islands, some with high, rugged mountain peaks, coral reefs, turquoise lagoons, white sands, and palm-fringed beaches. And each island paradise has something different to offer. We invite you to explore the exquisite islands of Bora Bora, Moorea, Huahine, Taha'a, Raiatea, Manihi, Tikehau, Rangiroa, Fakarava, The Marquesas and others, covering more than two thousand square kilometres of the South Pacific Ocean.

This is one of the most picturesque tourist destinations in the world, you can choose to sail along its coveted east coast from Queensland or head south and visit the cosmopolitan and lively city of Sydney, if you want to go further south the fascinating island of Tasmania is your ideal destination. In Australia you'll enjoy sailing along its vast coastline and the exceptional local wildlife will leave you in awe. Venture to pristine beaches and see the stunning coral reefs at Cairns, a must-see on this voyage, soak in the balmy 30C waters. Or head to the tropical Whitsunday Islands, Fraser Island and the Great Sandy Straits or for exciting activities such as whale watching. You'll find a variety of national parks, many of them UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The range of marinas and bays within the island, and the various coves and inlets make for an ideal getaway. Australia offers a wonderful natural environment, activities for all ages and excellent local cuisine that is sure to dazzle.



With over 15,000km of coastline and dozens of great lakes to explore, this is a fantastic country to experience sailing. You'll recognise that sailing is deeply rooted in the culture, as it's how the first Maori and early European settlers arrived on the islands of New Zealand. Enjoy the ease sailing as you stop at different islands, sit quietly on your deck enjoying a cocktail, watch the marine life or go snorkelling. You could start your itinerary in Auckland, the capital, better known as the City of Sails! Auckland is a world-class sailing venue for competitive sailing around the world. Head to the Bay of Islands, the hottest region of the country, which is akin to sailing in paradise, or turn north where you can get up close to the crater of the world's second largest volcano, or marvel at the Maori rock carvings carved 14m high into the cliffs of Lake Taupo.

Fiji's culture carries a timeless rhythm, where travellers can escape the hustle and bustle of modern life and slow down to a simpler world, it's something everyone should experience once in a lifetime. Fiji is the perfect destination, whether it's a romantic getaway, a fairytale honeymoon or even a family holiday adventure full of excitement and relaxation.

The main island, Vitu Levu, contains the capital Suva in the east and Nadie on the west coast. Fiji consists of more than 320 islands, many of which are uninhabited and offer great and idyllic coves that call for relaxation.