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Plan your time in the Pacific from Palma and French Polynesia this season

There’s a number of factors which can take the owner and guest experience in the South Pacific from good to great. Virgin dive sites, untouched scenery and making the most of the varied cruising seasons are just a few examples.

Hotspots like Fiji come into their own over the winter months of May to October, making them the perfect time to cruise through the islands. The South Pacific’s tropical cyclone season runs from approximately November to April when most yachts leave the area, while New Zealand’s summer cruising months fall in the same period, providing a safe cruising ground to relocate to and presenting the opportunity for dual season cruising.

With a team of experienced superyacht operations professionals, we aim to plan your refit window to fit around your cruising schedule

This month, managing director Craig Park will be in Palma to discuss how to make the most of these dual cruising seasons, while fitting in a yard period. In July, operations manager Richard Low will be in Tahiti to meet with yachts already in the Pacific and advise them on planning, maintenance and refit in the region.

“What we see from a number of yachts we work with is a well-planned schedule which takes advantage of the South Pacific’s calm, warm weather through winter, before heading to New Zealand during the shoulder season for a yard period, and then cruising New Zealand during its beautiful summer months.”

Craig is available in Palma for meetings from 18-23 June, and will also be at the 2024 Superyacht Cup Palma. He’ll be on hand in Palma to share his knowledge on this, and other aspects of cruising the Pacific to ensure your journey through this part of the world is a success.

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Whatsapp + 64 274 723 616

Richard Low will be in French Polynesia from 1-4 July, and on hand to assist yachts already journeying through the Pacific. From discussing the finer points of the work list, to arranging crew housing, and determining the best time for a yard period, Richard will be in Tahiti to help.

[email protected]
Whatsapp +64 21 0350 551