Haumana Cruises


A refined cruise to the Islands, an unforgettable experience!

The changing colors from the dark blue of the ocean to the turquoise shades of the lagoon when you approach the coastline are the promise of a haven hiding treasures and wonders.

Joining a cruise aboard the Haumana is having the opportunity to admire these beautiful waters being surrounded by those who know the islands of Tahiti: the Polynesians.

Proud of their culture and history, our crew members are committed to offering you their full attention, making this cruise a unique moment of sharing. With them, you will taste the sweet Polynesian way of life in an intimate and friendly atmosphere.

It is an incredible experience that awaits you around Bora Bora and Taha’a.


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From Monday to Thursday,  from Bora Bora to Taha’a/Raiatea

DAY 1 – Monday
  • Boarding in Bora Bora on Monday at 2.00 pm
  • Cruising to the South East of the island
  • Anchorage and dinner onboard
DAY 2 – Tuesday
  • Breakfast in the lagoon followed by nautical activities or optional excursions
  • Lunch onboard
  • Late afternoon, cruising around Bora Bora
  • Dinner onboard and departure to Taha’a
DAY 3 – Wednesday
  • Breakfast onboard
  • Excursion ashore (pearl farm, vanilla plantation…)
  • Lunch and afternoon on a motu (islet)
  • In the afternoon, cruising around the island
  • Dinner onboard
DAY 4 – Thursday
  • Breakfast cruising to Raiatea. Disembarkation at 10.00 am


From Thursday to Sunday,  from Taha’a/ Raiatea to Bora Bora

DAY 1 – Thursday
  • Boarding in Raiatea on Thursday at 2.00 pm
  • Cruising to the North of Taha’a
  • Anchorage and dinner onboard
DAY 2 – Friday
  • Breakfast in the lagon and morning on a motu
  • Lunch onboard
  • Excursion ashore ( pearl farm, vanilla plantation)
  • In the afternoon, sailing in the West of Taha’a
  • Dinner onboard then departure to Bora Bora
DAY 3 – Saturday
  • Breakfast onboard followed by nautical activities or optional excursions
  • Lunch on a motu (islet)
  • Late afternoon, cruising around Bora Bora and dinner onboard
DAY 4 – Bora Bora
  • Breakfast onboard. Disembarkation at 10.00 am



  • Catamaran built in Australia
  • Length : 36 meters (118 ft)
  • Width : 13.8 meters (43 ft)
  • Draught: 1.8 meters (3.2 ft)
  • Cruising speed : 10 knots
  • French flag, registered in Mata Utu, Wallis and Futuna
  • 3 decks
  • 2 tenders
  • 13 crew members
  • 11 cabins and 1 suite



  • 12 cabins ( including 1 suite)
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Panoramic Lounge and large outside deck
  • Platform for nautical activities
  • Sundeck



  • Kayak
  • Paddle Board
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Cultural activities
  • Library