Scuba diving is outsourced in French Polynesia. Regulations are extremely stringent, and we do not have permits for your TradeWinds crew to lead the dives from the yacht itself. These stringent regulations make for some of the most unspoiled and healthy corals in the world. We organize diving through a Dive center in Bora-Bora and receive a special TradeWinds' discount. We offer diving in the mornings on two days, and one or two-tank dives are possible on each of these days. Your captain will book your diving for you after discussing the options with the group on arrival day.
Diving is paid directly to the Dive center at a cost of US$90.00 (XPF8,000) per one-tank dive and US$160.00 (XPF15,000) per two-tank dive for certified divers, and US$100.00 (XPF9,000) for an introductory dive for non-certified divers. The price includes: a professional local dive guide, all diving equipment (including regulators), drinks and snacks while on the dive boat between the two dives.
Depending on the number of divers onboard, weather conditions, experience and availability of the dive school our guests can to do up to 4 dives per week. At check-in we will ask you to fill out a booking form and a medical form and we will pass this to your crew so that they finalize the bookings.
If you would like to dive before or after your charter we recommend Fun Dive on Moorea, Dive n' Smile on Bora and Raie Manta or Yaka diving on Rangiroa. These all offer small group, personalized diving experiences with an emphasis on safety and fun.
Swimming at the "swimming pool", a shallow area where you will swim in infinite turquoise blue water and Bora Bora in the background, the board meeting there is a must to do!
Snorkeling in the Coral Garden of Tahaa, the most impressive drift snorkeling experience of your life!
Hiking up the Bloody Mary's antenna, beautiful 30' hike to the top of a small hill where you can enjoy a 360° view of the lagoon and the remaining Bora Bora caldera.
Visit to a Vanilla Farm, after a walk in the gardens you will be introduced to the art of making Vanilla.
Visit to a Pearl Farm, in amazing scenery you will learn the secrets of Tahitian Pearl culture and marvel at the most beautiful jewellery shop you've ever seen.