Miss Kulani

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This beautiful motor yacht features 3 (eco-powered air-conditioned) cabins with individual en suite bathrooms, as well as another guest stateroom that is best suited for very small children. The main deck contains a huge saloon and a dining area, boasting panoramic views of the surroundings.

The fly bridge is very comfortable and well-appointed with a large sofa, a wine cooler, a fridge and an ice maker. It is the ideal spot to chill out while cruising. The sundeck offers ample sunbathing space with lounge chairs. The shaded aft deck provides a private place to relax and gives you access to the swim platform. Thanks to Miss Kulani’s low draft, anchoring close to shore in shallow crystal-clear waters will truly immerse you in the magic of the islands.

The crew on board Miss Kulani can arrange everything from diving with a personal instructor, going on a safari ashore, or organizing a spa and massage in the most prestigious resorts in Bora Bora. Their expertise will make your dreams a reality.

Destinations: Miss Kulani is based in the island of Tahiti (Society Islands), Papeete, French Polynesia, and is available for charters in the Society Islands and the Tuamotu. There are 4 different itineraries to choose from.

Charter cruise duration: 4 days / 3 nights or 7 days / 6 nights or 9 days / 8 nights – 8 days / 7 nights departing from Fakarava.

Availability: All year round.

Free activities:

  • 14 ft semi-rigid jet boat
  • Water skis
  • Towables
  • Fishing gear
  • Wakeboard
  • Snorkeling gear

Other activities & services: All activities may be personalized to specific needs at any point. Diving instructor, guests lecturers on board or wake board & nautical activities guide upon request.

Year built: 2010

Length: 22.81 m / 74 ft

Number of cabins: 3 + 1 with over/under twin bunk beds and shared bathroom

Total guests: 6 + 2 small children

Cabin configuration: 2 double, 2 twin

Total crew: 3

Dining: Inside on the main deck or alfresco

Tahiti – Moorea – Huahine – Raiatea – Bora Bora

Day 1: Tahiti

Transfer and boarding.
Cabin assignment, visit of the ship and introduction to the crew.
If the flight arrives early in the day, guests could explore the main island, with either a local excursion or shopping.
Possibly a trip around the island.

Day 2: Moorea

Breakfast in Opunohu Bay, surrounded by volcanic peaks.
Morning – Leisure and relaxation:

  • Discover the heart of the island: the belvedere, the pineapple plantations, the luxuriant vegetation.
  • Treat yourself to the magic of an unforgettable one-hour encounter with the great dolphins of the Moorea Dolphin Center.
  • If you’re a golf lover, go ahead and play 18 holes in a glorious setting.

Afternoon – discover the lagoon: swimming, snorkeling, meeting the stingrays and the black tip sharks.
Departure during the night to Huahine.

Day 3: Huahine

Morning – arrival in Huahine.
Discover this wild island on horseback: ride on the beach, cross Fauna Nui lake.
Enjoy a traditional meal in complete privacy on one of the many “motu” (islet) surrounding the island, then explore the lagoon on a jet ski.
Don’t forget to make a stop at the pearl farm to find out how this dazzlingly coloured jewel is born.

Day 4: Raiatea – Tahaa

Departure from Huahine after breakfast.
Call at Raiatea, village of Uturoa: an occasion to get acquainted with local products and handicrafts at the market.
Discover the trade secrets of the world famous Tahaa vanilla on a visit to one of the island’s many plantations.
Enjoy a romantic dinner on a private “motu” with a traditional Tahitian dance show, a pareo-tying course and a coconut-grating demonstration.

Days 5 & 6: Bora Bora

Explore Polynesia’s most famous lagoon.
Sail on these turquoise waters and enjoy various water activities.
In an idyllic setting, facing the lagoon, treat yourself with a relaxing essential oil treatment (coconut, coffee, avocado, fruit pulp…).

Day 7: Fly back to Tahiti

Maupiti option: If the flight out of Bora Bora is late afternoon/early evening, guests have the option of heading over to Maupiti. Known as “The Authentic Island” and a seldom visited island, very narrow pass entrance but worth the effort, very little development and very friendly natives that are happy to have visitors. The main island is surrounded by five “motus” which offer an excellent lagoon and underwater gardens. This is a great spot to get the scuba gear out and have a dive, the underwater gardens are a must-see, or if you’d rather just have a snorkel it is equally beautiful scenery. Distance from Bora Bora is 30 miles, approx. 3 hours.


Miss Kulani, luxurious motor yacht based in the island of Tahiti, offers private cruises. Cruising on clear waters of Polynesian lagoons on board this sumptuous yacht, is an incredible experience. With so much to do, see, taste, touch and feel, Miss Kulani prides herself to have assembled the best of the best, now offering a selection of custom-tailored itineraries to ensure you experience our islands’ paradise in your own unique way.