Queequeg sails onward to Huahine, one of the last true Polynesian ports available for yachts and a relaxing respite for kicking back, sipping cold beer and watching orange sunsets. Neighboring islands, Ra’iātea and Ta’haa, are equally idyllic and visually stunning.
Bora Bora, Tahiti, conjures daydreams of bewitching amour, a setting where passion and flirtation are heightened by the sticky Pacific heat and tranquil emerald lagoons.
Sometimes sailing isn’t as romantic as the movies and novels make it out be. Night watches especially bring about a plethora of emotions — loving, loathing, joy, sleepiness and boredom.
Moorea, Tahiti, is simply gorgeous. From Pape’ete, Queequeg sailed into Cook’s Bay, and we were awe-struck by the sight before us.
Queequeg started our voyage across the Pacific by sailing around Pape’ete, Tahiti, where we glimpsed Polynesian life and beautiful blue lagoons.