A comfortable sailing boat: Based in Raiatea, the largest marina in the Leeward Islands, Niyati is a 49-foot Bavaria monohull sailing boat equipped for cruising, which combines security and modern facilities: two double cabins with private bathrooms, a square and spacious cockpit, radar, satellite telephone, watermaker, electrical autonomy, etc.
It is also fully suitable for scuba diving with professional equipment regularly renewed and a low rear end panel enabling easy access to the water. Monohull boats are known for being the most comfortable for sailing and with a maximum of only four passengers on-board, the private cruise is sure to be a highlight of your Tahiti visit. Service is tailored to each customer, whether divers or non-divers, and the program is adjusted along the cruise in accordance to your desires.
Passionate professionals: Valerie and Jeep, the owners, will be your guides during the cruise. She is a Level 2 – BEES2 state instructor and a Level 2 – MF2 federal instructor with 18 years of experience. He is the skipper and an experienced Level 4 diver. Both know Polynesia well and are very familiar with its most beautiful diving sites. They share their passion and will help you to discover an astonishing and varied fauna. If you would like a more deluxe and pampering cruise experience one additional staff member can be brought along.
A customised program: Thanks to the flexibility offered by the cruise, it will be according to your wishes and diving level that the boat will move around, outside the barrier reef in search of reef fish, pelagic sharks, parrot fish, jackfish…; in the passes for drift dives to observe grey reef sharks, white-tip sharks, tuna, manta rays, turtles… or within the lagoon to explore the rich marine life of Polynesia.
Pleasure of cruising or passion of diving… no need to choose, treat yourself to the Niyati!
Contact Carl for more details, pricing and availability. Book early – the Niyati only takes 4 people at a time!
The underwater world of Polynesia is famous for its treasures and beauty; and all specialists agree: you have to dive in several islands because each one of them is different…
So, have you ever thought about a live-aboard diving cruise? It is the best way to discover these superb underwater sites! Equipment on-board, direct access to diving sites at the most suitable time, and no restrictions related to altitude as with inter-island flights.