Bora Bora, Huahine, Tahaa, Raiatea... these are the palmfringed Leeward Islands of Tahiti,
an incomparable paradise for sailors. From bluewater ocean sailing to the turquoise
lagoons sheltered by encircling motus, the ancient, volcanic majesty of French
Polynesia awaits you.
Port of Refuge, Vava'u
A serene and beautiful group of islands scattered amidst sheltered, crystal clear waters
lies just west of the International Dateline. This is the Kingdom of Tonga, well suited to
first time charterers or any sailor seeking tropical refuge from a fast-paced world.
Port Vila, Efate
In the sparkling Coral Sea 500 miles west of Fiji lies a sailor's paradise, thrust upward
from the sea by volcanic activity some 22 million years ago: timeless, verdant Vanuatu,
the essence of Captain Cook's South Seas, and the probable location of Michener's
mysterious Bali H'ai.
The Hauraki Gulf & Bay of Islands
Spectacularly green New Zealand a land of great scenic and sailing variety. With two
Moorings bases here, you may choose the easy sailing of the beautiful Hauraki Gulf near
Auckland, or the Bay of Islands, with its pristine Maritime Parks. The home of the
"Kiwis" never fails to stir a sailor's blood.