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Goway has added the Haumana Cruise to its Idyllic Islands portfolio. This luxurious, boutique, 12-cabin yacht sails for three nights between the beautiful islands of Bora Bora and Taha’a beginning in June, 2017.
This newly refurbished vessel is designed for cruising in shallow waters, allowing guests to have an immersive experience on the pristine Lagoon.
Haumana boasts large, elegant cabins (including one suite) with ensuite and air-conditioning, a restaurant and bar, panoramic lounge, sundeck, and a platform from which guests can access the lagoon, kayak, paddle board, snorkel, or swim. Optional excursions include scuba diving for certified divers, jet skiing, and 4×4 tours.
All meals are included in the itineraries, including offshore meals such as a Polynesian cultural dinner, breakfast in the Lagoon, and a motu (islet) picnic for lunch.
“This cruise is a great way for guests to experience a different side of Bora Bora and Taha’a, to interact with the 100% Polynesian Crew and meet other like-minded guests. It is also great value for money given that all activities and meals are taken care of,” says Bronwyn Hodge, Goway’s Island General Manager.
“Combining a small cruise with a resort stay in the islands of Tahiti is one of the best ways (in my opinion) to experience this idyllic destination.”
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