Tagged: Tahiti

Windstar Cruises and Coral Gardeners Partnership Celebrates One Year Anniversary With the Launch of New Initiatives to Support Coral Reefs

Windstar Cruises (logo)Windstar Cruises celebrates the one-year anniversary of its partnership with Coral Gardeners, a Moorea (French Polynesia)-based organization determined to revolutionize ocean conservation and create a global movement to save the coral reefs through reef restoration, awareness activities, and innovative solutions. (more…)









Cruise: The Islands Of Tahiti Is Positionned In Favor Of Ships Of Small And Medium Capacity

The covered area of the port of Papetoai on the island of Moorea that includes arts and crafts exhibits, activities, and information on shore excursions and transportation

After more than ten years of structuring, “The Islands of Tahiti” (the marketing destination brand of French Polynesia in charge of the Tahiti Tourisme) has been able to conquer market shares and a respected influence, through a regional vision, in collaboration with eight island states and territories of the South Pacific, in close collaboration with the New Zealand, then Australia, and finally, Hawaii. (more…)

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Tahiti Embarks on 2020 Plan, New Cruise Terminal

Tahiti Tourism is embarking on an $8 million cruise international cruise terminal project due for completion in 2020. The terminal will be located in the center of Papeete and will accommodate up to three ships simultaneously and 2,000 turnaround passengers. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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French Polynesia: More Incentives for Ships Calling

Tahiti Cruise Club, an organization overseeing the development of the cruise industry in French Polynesia, announced that cruise ships staying late in port or at anchorage can now open their casinos. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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CLIA Australasia welcomes first South Pacific Cruise Forum

Operated by the CLIA Executive Partner South Pacific Cruise Alliance, the event will bring together Tourism Ministers, destination managers (NTOs), Ports and Airports Authorities, cruise shipping companies, airlines, tour operators and suppliers from across the region on October 16 and 17, 2015. (etbtravelnews.com)