The Aranui 5 commences cruises in November 2016. Until then the Aranui 3, a mixed passenger/cargo vessel operates between Tahiti and the Marquesasaccommodating up to 200 passengers.The Aranui offers comfortable, air-conditioned cabins, creating an intimate environment for her guests.Passengers will be able to sunbathe on deck, swim in the pool, or enjoy exotic tropical drinks while the Aranui cruises among the Marquesas islands.

The Aranui 5 commences cruises in November 2016. Until then the Aranui 3, a mixed passenger/cargo vessel operates between Tahiti and the Marquesas accommodating up to 200 passengers. The Aranui offers comfortable, air-conditioned cabins, creating an intimate environment for her guests. Passengers will be able to sunbathe on deck, swim in the pool, or enjoy exotic tropical drinks while the Aranui cruises among the Marquesas islands.Polynesian sailors work aboard the Aranui year-round as this freighter steams across the South Pacific, delivering cargo to some of the most remote islands on earth. The Aranui is the lifeline that links the distant Marquesas Islands in French Polynesia, 750 miles northeast of Tahiti, with the rest of the world. Their primitive beauty and erstwhile cannibalism have attracted writers, artists, and adventurers since the time of Captain Cook.Aranui's voyages cover all six inhabited Marquesas Islands, plus Takapoto and Rangiroa in the Tuamotus, the world's largest atoll. Travellers go along for the ride to watch the tattooed crew sling sacks of copraby day and strum ukuleles by night. They go to put tropical flowers behind their ears and learn the Tahitian three-step in the Aranui's bar. To see the lush landscape and wild stone spires of the islands. To explore ancient ruins, discover overgrown tikis, visit the grave of Paul Gauguin, and roam the valleys that inspired tales Robert Luis Stevenson.

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