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Imagine the ultimate paradise; you're likely to find it in the South Pacific. Reachable from Australia and New Zealand, the South Pacific includes popular islands like Fiji, Bora Bora, Tahiti and Samoa as well as more remote stops that are diverse in culture, history, languages, geology and scenery. On a South Pacific cruise, you can enjoy relaxed beaches and some of the world's best water sports.
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Melbourne -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Auckland -> Tauranga -> Gisborne -> Wellington -> Akaroa -> Dunedin -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Melbourne
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Tahiti (Papeete) -> Moorea -> Moorea -> Tahaa -> Raiatea -> Raiatea -> Bora Bora -> Bora Bora -> Huahine
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Sydney (Australia) -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Isle of Pines (New Caledonia) -> Port Vila -> Cruising -> Port Denarau -> Suva -> Savusavu -> Dravuni Island -> Cruising -> Noumea -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Sydney (Australia)
This major Milne Bay port has come alive in recent years, thanks ...
Bora Bora
Bora Bora is the haute haunt for honeymooners and celebrities, some ...
Champagne Bay (Vanuatu)
Famous for a sweeping curve of pink-tinged sand framed against a ...
Dravuni Island
Dravuni Island is one of those little patches of paradise. It has a ...
Fanning Island
If you're on Fanning Island, part of the Republic of Kiribati and ...
The capital of the Solomon Islands is the only real port with ...
Huahine, pronounced wah-ee-nee by the French and who-a-hee-nay by ...
Isle of Pines (New Caledonia)
The Isle of Pines is an island in the Pacific Ocean, found a little ...
Kiriwina and Kitava (Trobriand Islands)
The two major ports in this remote and mysterious island group in the ...
Lautoka is the second-largest city (after Suva) of the island nation ...
Lifou is the largest island in the Loyalty Islands, an archipelago of ...
The beautiful Indonesian island of Lombok lies to the east of its ...
Espiritu Santo, known locally as Santo, is the largest island of the ...
You can find a number of ways to describe remote Madang, which is ...
Mare, a raised coral atoll, is part of the Loyalty Islands, an ...
They don't call the heart-shaped Moorea "the magical island" for ...
Mystery Island
A regular stopping place for South Pacific cruise ships, this tiny ...
Golf pro Vijay Singh got his start by hopping a fence and darting ...
Norfolk Island
Home to the famous Norfolk Island Pine trees, Norfolk is located ...
With a string of bays and beaches stretching along a peninsula ...
Pago Pago
Pago Pago (pronounced Pango Pango) is stunningly beautiful, so make ...
Pentecost Island
Pentecost Island, Vanuatu, is located north of the country's main ...
Port Denarau
Port Denarau is located on Denarau Island, a former mangrove swamp on ...
Port Moresby
The capital of Papua New Guinea is not somewhere most cruise ...
Port Vila
The capital of Vanuatu spreads around wide Vila Bay on the ...
Rabaul is an enthralling port for many reasons. There is copious war ...
Raiatea is one of the largest islands in French Polynesia -- second ...
Located 220 miles northeast of Tahiti, Rangiroa is a stunning atoll, ...
The capital of Fiji is one of the original South Pacific cruise ports ...
Tahiti (Papeete)
Two nearby volcanoes erupting from an emerald sea created Tahiti, the ...
A dot in the ocean, the tiny island of Wala lies a short canoe-paddle ...
After doing a few big cruise lines we decided to try this little boat so see something new and do enjoy some diving. WOW we got more than we expected, with only 60 guests the service was very personalised and the atmosphere was very relaxed no ... Read more
Our review on P535 Pacific pearl. Sorry it's a bit long The ship- the new upgrade looks great and gives it a more modern feeling. Bars like the orient still retain their old charm. The drinks package-$69 a day was great value for us. It ... Read more
Having booked a year ahead and chosen this ship specifically for the kids club, our family group of 6 adults and 5 kids were excited to board. However, on day two when attempting to book the children into the kids club were are informed it is ... Read more
A Fun Vacation MargueriteW
My two daughters and I took a cruise on the Paul Gaugin for 7 days. Before the cruise we stayed at the Intercontinental in Papeete for 2 days. Upon arrival in Papeete we were greeted by the company who arranged the vacation. They took good care ... Read more
Great Time Lucyinthesun
From the moment we landed in Papeete we were greeted by representatives. They were very well organized and our transfer and check in to the Intercontinental Hotel was very smooth. We enjoyed the facilities there for 2 days before boarding the Paul ... Read more
What a Disappointment joanne lewis
Just returned from what should of been a fantastic holiday celebrating our 30th anniversary. Arrived on ship, all seemed good, quick & organised embarkation, went to our suite, 711, very impressed with amount of space, flower arrangement ... Read more
Heaven on Earth Tilted Tillmans
We arrived in Papeete Thursday night, and began the trip of our life time. Windstar picked us up and took us to the Hotel Les Meridien were we spent the night. The next day after a bountiful breakfast we were taken to the docks to board the ... Read more
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