New Luxury Yachts to join Dream Yacht Charter Fleet in Tahiti

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New Lagoon-620 caterman. Photo by Nicolas Claris
New Lagoon-620 caterman. Photo by Nicolas Claris

The Tahiti-based luxury cruise operator, Dream Yacht Charter, is expanding its fleet with the addition of three new double-deck catamarans.

Reporting In an article written by Mark Elliott and published in early May in Cruise, the three 18.8-metre-long Lagoon 620 vessels will sail into the company’s fleet in 2016, joining its two 18.2m-long Eleuthera catamarans.

The writer reports this fleet of yachts will be used to offer guaranteed weekly departures on itineraries ranging from four to 11 days, sailing around the Tuamotus and Society Islands. The company will also provide private charters to all of the French Polynesian archipelagos.

“The Lagoon 620 will be the largest and most luxurious catamaran sailing the waters of Tahiti from 2016, more than doubling our cabin cruise capacity next year,” said Francois Guais of Dream Yacht Charter.

“This type of catamaran is a logical choice for a sophisticated destination like Tahiti, providing guests with unparalleled comfort and open spaces which offer the best way to take in the islands’ stunning natural beauty.”

The new catamarans each feature six en-suite air-conditioned cabins, plus a saloon area and trampoline on the bow.
Etienne Boutin of Asia Pacific Superyachts Tahiti in reporting from French Polynesia noted the catamarans will be wonderful new options for those desiring to visit Tahiti and bookings can be made through the APS Tahiti agent.