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South Seas Island Voyage

An island hopping expedition from Tahiti to Fiji aboard the MS Island Sky

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By wind, wave and star the ancient people of Polynesia ventured to the farthest reaches of the South Pacific. Isolated by miles of ocean over thousands of years, these, the world’s first island cultures, developed a pantheon of gods, myths and legends. This voyage tells the story of Polynesia and uncovers its history and legends as we sail through the South Seas and visit the captivating islands. The real age of European exploration did not take place until the 18th century and many of the islands we will visit have changed little since that time. Their sheer isolation has been their saving grace and apart from an influx of missionaries in the late 19th century, western culture has made few inroads into most of the islands. You are invited to join us aboard the MS Island Sky to explore the Pacific in all its vastness, diversity and warmth. To experience the descriptiondefying beauty of its islands, its culture and its ambience which have attracted generations of adventurers, explorers and travellers to its magical shores. With our fleet of Zodiac landing craft we can explore inlets, bird sanctuaries and land in otherwise inaccessible places and although we set sail with a set itinerary, it is often the unscheduled events that become the highlight. We will be joined by a hand-picked expedition team, consisting of naturalists, marine biologists and ecologists who will share their knowledge and enthusiasm during forays ashore and whilst on board. 

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  • What To Expect…

    Bora Bora

    Flexibility is the key to an expedition cruise; sometimes the whole day’s schedule will be changed to maximise your experience, something that would not be possible on a large cruise ship. Each day holds something new and below is an extract from the MS Caledonian Sky’s (sister ship to the MS Island Sky) ship log from when she last visited Bora Bora. If you are new to expedition cruising, this extract should provide you with an idea of what to expect.

    Bora Bora – 18th December 2015: Bora Bora is one of the most beautiful islands on earth, home to film stars, captains of industry and oligarchs, hotels with rooms on stilts in the sea, coral reefs and sun-drenched sands. And when we woke, looked out of our cabin windows or portholes, there it was in all its splendour. Zodiacs took us ashore to the main town of Vaitipu where we boarded buses for a tour of the island. The buses had been built on lorry chassis (le truck) with windows which remained open giving a cool breeze as we drove slowly around the coast road. Stops were made at various vantage points including Faanui Bay, the Faanui Marae, the island’s biggest ancient temple where Polynesian gods and idols were worshipped long ago, and a wall of large sandstone and coral slabs could be seen. Bora Bora’s involvement in World War II was marked by metal bunkers built by American forces who used the island as a military supply base. It had an oil depot, airstrip (the only international airport in French Polynesia until Faa’a in Tahiti was opened in 1960) seaplane base and defensive fortifications. It was officially closed on 2 June, 1946. Our tour passed some of the remnants of this occupation. On the landward side we had the twin peaks of Mt Pahia and Mt Otemanu (it marks the highest point of the island at 727m or 2,385ft) remnants of a long extinct volcano. Superb sea views over a huge lagoon were enjoyed from the Belvedere lookout while at Anau we had time to sample Matira Beach the most famous on Bora Bora. Our options after lunch included snorkelling from one of two Zodiac platforms close to the ship (a moray eel was seen by most who went), taking a trip back to Matira Beach for snorkelling lessons or swimming, or relaxing in Vaitapu town. Our departure from Bora Bora was equally exciting as the ship sailed into a beautiful sunset which illuminated the fast disappearing island.

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Island Sky

Island Sky

The MS Island Sky is one of our three flag ships and sister vessel to the MS Caledonian Sky and MS Hebridean Sky. All three vessels were built in the same ship yard in Italy at similar times and share the same excellent attributes that make them three of the finest small ships in the world.

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Itinerary

Day 1 - London to Tahiti, French Polynesia.

Fly by scheduled indirect flight.

Day 2 - Tahiti.

Arrive this morning and transfer to our hotel for an overnight stay. The afternoon and evening will be at leisure to relax and enjoy the hotel facilities or explore independently.

Day 3 - Tahiti.

After breakfast in the hotel we will embark on a full day tour of Tahiti. We will start at the Arahoho Blow Hole. This lava tube, designed by liquid lava flowing under cold and hard lava, has created a channel. When waves crash against the rocks and enter the channel the result is a powerful sea water geyser. We will enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before visiting the Museum of Tahiti And Her Islands. Later this afternoon we transfer to the MS Island Sky and sail tonight.

Day 4 - Raiatea & Taha’a.

Raiatea is recognised throughout Tahiti as its “Sacred Island”, the cultural heart of all Tahiti Polynesia. Local Polynesian legends say Raiatea, formerly known as “Havai” was the island of origin of great voyaging canoes that took the people as far as Hawaii. This, the second largest Tahitian isle, was the centre of religion and culture over 1000 years ago and still lends enchantment to ancient legends told to this day. This morning’s island tour will include a visit to the Taputapuatea marae which dates back over 1000 years. This afternoon we sail over to the neighbouring island of Taha’a where we plan to visit a vanilla plantation. With the rich aroma of vanilla lingering heavily in the air, Taha’a offers a glimpse of the traditional, tranquil life of the Tahitians.

Day 5 - Bora Bora.

One of the most stunning islands on the planet, Bora Bora’s interior is crowned by majestic eroded volcanic formations and a distinctive black basaltic peak. A tour of the island will take you past colourful villages, archaeological sites and World War II relics. This afternoon explore independently or alternatively take the chance to swim from the beach or enjoy our first snorkelling opportunity in the clear waters.

Day 6 - At Sea.

Relax on board as we sail to the Cook Islands.

Day 7 - Atiu, Cook Islands.

Our first stop in the Cook Islands is the small island of Atiu. With only 560 residents we will be guaranteed a special welcome. There will be the chance to join the local expert “Birdman George” on a walking tour to search for the Rarotonga monarch, chattering kingfisher, Cook Islands fruit dove and Atiu swiftlets. Alternatively, discover the island on a tour which will include James Cook’s landing site from 1777, the coffee plantations and a visit to some of the local houses. After lunch on board there will be the chance to return to Atiu for a relaxing afternoon exploring from the beach or maybe enjoy a taste of the local Tumunu, a traditional drink brewed from fermented oranges.

Day 8 - Aitutaki.

This lovely lagoon is famous for its fascinating coral formations and bountiful brightly hued tropical fish. After a lively welcome, choose this morning from an island drive which will explore the sleepy village of Arutanga seeing the oldest church in the Cook Islands. We will see the lush forest of Nikaupara and from the top of Mount Piraki will see the bunkers built during World War II. From the top of Maunga Pu we are treated to breathtaking views of the island and lagoon. Alternatively, you may wish to join our naturalists for a cruise and snorkel in the lagoon. We sail after lunch and enjoy an afternoon on board as we cruise to our next island.

Day 9 - Palmerston.

The engaging history of the William Masters family comes alive as we meet the descendants of this eccentric 19th century Englishman who took three native brides. We will be welcomed by the local officials before enjoying a walk through the village. Extremely fine handicrafts are made on this island and here the birdwatchers could catch sight of the red-tailed tropic birds. This afternoon we will have a chance to swim or snorkel from the beach where large coral blocks team with goatfish, boxfish, groupers, stingray and turtles.

Day 10 - At Sea.

Enjoy a day at sea, maybe join a lecture in the lounge or simply find a spot on deck and watch the world go by.

Day 11 - Niue.

Niue is one of the smallest independent nations on earth at just 260 square kilometres with a population of just 1200 people. Populated since the 10th century the first European to sight Niue was Captain Cook in 1774 but his attempts to land were refused by the inhabitants. Today we will visit the capital, Alofi Village, and stop at the Philatelic Bureau, where some of the world’s most sought after stamps may be purchased. We will continue to Matapa Chasm, a secluded cleft in the sea cliffs, where we discover the perfect swimming hole. Return to the ship for lunch and an afternoon at sea.

Day 12 - Vava’u, Tonga.

After crossing the International Date Line (so it is now 1st May), we arrive this morning in the Vava’u islands part of the kingdom of Tonga and the pretty port of Neiafu. Spend the morning independently exploring the town, maybe visit the local market or enjoy a drink in a harbourside cafe.

Day 13 - Ha’apai Islands.

Today we arrive at the Ha’apai group which consists of 62 islands comprising of lagoons, barrier reefs and active volcanoes. The islands have a rich maritime history with Abel Tasman being the first European to visit the islands in 1643 whilst Captain James Cook visited twice in the 1770s. However, the most famous event was Mutiny of the HMS Bounty which occurred between the islands of Lifuka and Tofua. It was on the island of Tofua that Captain William Bligh landed after being cast off from the Bounty with limited provisions and nautical equipment. A hostile reception from the islanders meant they quickly fled to sea again. Tropical forests grow along gentle slopes here and at the centre of the island is the volcanic crater, with a clear blue lake at its base. During the morning we hope to offer a hike on the slopes of the volcano through a spectacular forest full of birds, unique tree ferns and ironwood or, depending on conditions, a Zodiac cruise and snorkel. This afternoon we continue our journey towards Fiji.

Day 14 - Fulaga, Fiji.

Our first call at a Fijian island will be on Fulaga, famous for its woodcarving and the making of large outrigger canoes. Over 100 tiny islands in the Fulaga Lagoon have been undercut into extraordinary mushroom shapes and the surrounding waters are tinged with striking colours by the dissolved limestone. On arrival we hope to meet with the village elder to welcome us to the island before spending the morning using our Zodiacs to explore the rocks or find a suitable beach to land for swimming, snorkelling or beachcombing.

Day 15 - Levuka & Leleuvia.

The island of Levuka and the town of Ovalau has a special place in Fijian history as it was here in 1874 that the Fiji islands were ceded to the British and also where in 1970 Fiji was declared independent again. The town in unlike any other Fijian town having retained the colonial buildings which made it the first Fijian site to be granted UNESCO status. Join a walking tour around Nasova village on the shores of the bay and visit the museum and Cession Monument, the site where Chief Cakobau signed the deed ceding Fiji to Great Britain. This afternoon we will relocate to Leleuvia where we can relax on the beach or join an organised snorkelling trip.

Day 16 - Tavenui Island.

We have a choice of excursions this morning. The nature lovers can take a fourwheel drive to Dos Voeux Peak. At the summit we will be treated to fantastic views of Taveuni and across to Lake Tagimoucia. Here we will see the tropical plants, palms and rainforest and hope to spot spectacular birdlife such as orange-breasted doves, ferntails and the elusive silktail or local parakeet. Alternatively, join a walking trip to the Bouma Heritage Park to see some of the waterfalls and enjoy a swim. The view from the highest waterfall is spectacular. Our cultural tour will give the opportunity to witness lifestyles in a traditional Fijian village and see cooking demonstrations. In the afternoon we will head to one of the neighbouring islands for some swimming and snorkelling opportunities.

Day 17 - Savu Savu.

Often referred to as Fiji’s hidden paradise, Savusavu is much the same as it was 30 years ago. It was originally established as a centre for sailing ships trading in sandalwood and copra. It is a small bustling town with an interesting heritage and the surrounding landscape is stunning. This morning choose to either join a nature walk in the Waisali Rainforest, home to Fijian Kauri trees and thirty species of orchid and birdlife including the collared lory and the red shining parrot. Alternatively, a village visit will take us to the chief of Savu Savu where we partake in a cava ceremony before learning more about village life, local crafts and culture. This afternoon will be free to explore the town independently before we sail in the evening.

Day 18 - Fiji to London.

Disembark this morning and transfer to the airport for our scheduled indirect flight to London.

Day 19 - London.

Arrive today.

Dates and Prices

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Prices per person based on double occupancy
19 April 2019 to 8 May 2019
Category Brochure Price Special Offer Price
Magellan Deck Standard Suites £11295 £10795
Columbus Deck Superior Suites £11595 £11095
Marco Polo Deck Premium Suites £11995 £11495
Marco Polo Deck Corner Suites £12495 £11995
Erikson Deck Deluxe Balcony Suites £13495 £12995
Explorer Deck Owner's Balcony Suite £13695 £13195
Explorer Deck Island Suite £14695 £14195
Magellan Deck Standard for sole occupancy £15495 £14995
Columbus Deck Superior for sole occupancy £16495 £15995

Tour Reference Code: SCISK19419

Price Includes: Economy class scheduled air travel for international flights, overnight hotel accommodation on bed and breakfast basis in Tahiti, 15 nights aboard the MS Island Sky on a full board basis, house wine, beer and soft drinks with lunch and dinner, Noble Caledonia Expedition Team, shore excursions, gratuities, transfers and port taxes.

Not Included: Travel insurance, visas.

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Island Sky

The MS Island Sky is one of our three flag ships and sister vessel to the MS Caledonian Sky and MS Hebridean Sky. All three vessels were built in the same ship yard in Italy at similar times and share the same excellent attributes that make them three of the finest small ships in the world.

 
  • MS Island Sky
  • Standard Suite (Magellan Deck)
    Standard Suite (Magellan Deck)
  • Superior Suite (Columbus Deck)
  • Premium Suite (Marco Polo Deck)
  • Corner Suite (Marco Polo Deck)
  • Premium Balcony Suite (Erikson Deck)
  • Owner's Balcony Suites (Explorer Deck)
  • Lido Deck
  • Lido Deck
  • Restaurant
  • Library
  • The Lounge
  • Restaurant
  • Your Suite

    On board there are 59 exceptionally spacious and well designed suites. All feature a sitting room area and some have private balconies, whilst those on the Marco Polo Deck feature tinted, sliding glass doors allowing greatly enhanced viewing opportunities from your suite and quick access to the deck when a pod of whales or dolphins is spotted. The feeling of luxury is enhanced by the wood panelling and brass, which predominates throughout the vessel conveying the atmosphere of a private yacht.

    The passenger accommodation is arranged over five decks and all suites have outside views. Each affords considerable comfort with en-suite bathroom featuring marble-topped vanity unit with sink and walkin shower, a large wardrobe, dressing table with large mirror and stool and excellent storage. There is a mini-fridge, flat screen television with inbuilt DVD/CD player and a telephone in each suite. Bottled water, dressing gowns and slippers are also provided for your comfort. Other facilities include a programmable electronic safe, hairdryer, assorted Molton Brown toiletries, air-conditioning and heating. The suites on each deck have their own colour theme. Soft hues and blended tones enhance the traditional maritime style making the passenger accommodation an inviting and relaxing place to be. The comfortable beds in each suite can be configured as either double or twin.

    The impressive Island Suite located on the Explorer Deck features an extra large balcony stretching the length of the suite. Additional features of this marvellous suite include complimentary internet usage, complimentary minibar stocked with your preference of beverages and complimentary laundry.

  • Your Space

    The spacious and finely decorated public rooms include a large lounge on the Columbus Deck featuring a selection of seating options from individual armchairs and sofas to side cushioned benches. Daily briefings and talks given by the Noble Caledonia onboard team take place in The Lounge which is fitted with the highest standard of presentation equipment including multiple screens. For your convenience, it is also possible to follow the onboard lectures from the comfort of your suite.

    In addition to the main Lounge on the Columbus Deck, there is also The Club, located on the Marco Polo Deck which features the main bar where the onboard pianist plays periodically throughout the day. The Club also features a 24-hour tea and coffee station. Towards the aft of the ship on the Marco Polo Deck is The Library. Well stocked with reference books pertaining to the destinations the vessel is visiting and a selection of essential reads, you will not find yourself short of excellent literature on board. A selection of games and two computers complete with complimentary internet access can also be found in the Library. Daily newspapers and magazines are also placed in the library depending on local availability. Throughout the vessel you will find a fine selection of artwork and photography, many of which have been drawn or taken by members of our expedition team.

    The main dining room which can seat all guests at one sitting is located on the Magellan Deck and outside there is a rear Lido deck located on the Erikson Deck, complete with deck tables and chairs where meals are served in warm weather under shade. Whilst heaters and blankets make dining al fresco comfortable in cooler climates. Further to this on the top Explorer Deck the observation area complete with sun loungers is ideal for sun bathing, relaxing with a book or spotting wildlife. The walk around promenade on the Marco Polo Deck provides a unique circular view of the passing seascapes. There is also a small hairdressers on board offering a small selection of beauty treatments. For your comfort, there is also a clinic with doctor onboard and a lift which serves all decks.

    As is the joy of small ship cruising, we hope to offer the opportunity to visit the Captain and Officers on the Bridge to check the progress of the vessel (subject to weather or security conditions).

  • Dining

    It is quite a task to create a dining experience as that found on board MS Island Sky when you are cruising in far-flung corners of the globe, indeed it takes a team of highly talented chefs to deliver fresh, varied dishes no matter where you are at sea. Fortunately, our catering teams are well adapted to the world of small ship cruising where no two days are the same and the menus are often scheduled and tailored around the days’ excursions.

    With only one sitting and a maximum of just over 100 passengers, the cuisine on board is of a consistent superior quality. Where possible and when it meets their high standards, our accomplished chefs will obtain local produce in markets. Such purchases enhance the well stocked larders and enable the chefs on board to exhibit their culinary skills and bring a local touch to the varied menus, emphasising the international expertise of the chefs on board. Afternoon tea and pre-dinner canapes take place every day in either the comfort of the Lounge or out on the Lido Deck when the weather is favourable. Tea and coffee are also available 24 hours a day. Special diets can be catered for with sufficient notice.

    In keeping with the informal atmosphere onboard, when dining you are able to choose your seating arrangements at your leisure. Whether that be joining a table of four to six other passengers outside on the Lido deck in the evening’s sunshine or whether you prefer to enjoy meals in the à la carte restaurant. For those travelling alone, our onboard friendly restaurant staff will take care to ensure you are seated with other like-minded travellers. In the main elegant dining room, breakfast is served buffet-style, with certain items cooked to order on request. Lunch and dinner are à la carte with an excellent choice of dishes, with the menu reflecting the daily catch or local delicacies. To enhance your dining experience even further a selection of wines are included with both meals and there is also a comprehensive wine list with a wide selection of new and old world wines from which to choose.

    The onboard catering and restaurant staff are experienced at sea and enthuse a passion for superb service. Whether it be ensuring you have an outdoor blanket as you enjoy the crisp sea breeze on the Lido Deck or sharing their knowledge of the characteristics of the days’ wine selections, you will experience a service on board like no other. You may also enjoy sumptuous barbeques on deck whilst at times, the chef will make your dish to order at special pasta or stir fry stations.

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  • Life Onboard

    If large resort-style vessels accommodating many thousands of passengers are your ideal, then our ships are not for you as you will not find endless entertainment, round the clock buffets and the people management which is so much a part of today’s big ship on board style. However, if like us you prefer a more peaceful life at sea you will find our flagships the perfect vessels.

    When choosing your next voyage the choice of vessels is astounding. You can select a ship carrying in excess of 4000 passengers with impersonal service or join us aboard the MS Caledonian Sky, MS Island Sky or MS Hebridean Sky where peace, high quality service and attention to detail are the order of the day. We promise there will be no organised entertainment, fancy dress, deck games or any of the usual big ship experiences. Instead, the atmosphere is warm and convivial and more akin to a private yacht or country hotel in which you can learn more about the wonders of nature, culture and ancient civilisations in the company of like-minded people. A little music in the lounge or bar after dinner, Guest Speakers and informative port briefings from our Expedition Leader or Cruise Director and of course good food with wine included at lunch and dinner, all contribute to make any voyage aboard these wonderful vessels a memorable and joyful experience. After a day ashore you will return to the comfort and peace of an exceedingly comfortable ship.

    The daily programme on board is in the capable hands of our Cruise Director or Expedition Leader and staff who coordinate with the Captain and Officers to make the most of each day. Briefings and talks will be provided throughout the voyage together with a ‘Daily Programme’ that is distributed every evening to your suite outlining the next day’s activities. Dress on board is casual and relaxed and there will be no ‘black tie’ evenings.

  • For your comfort

    MS Island Sky is equipped with the latest safety, navigation and communications equipment along with roll stabilizers to minimize the ship’s motion. During your voyage we hope to offer the opportunity to visit the Captain and Officers on the Bridge to check the vessels progress by charts and learn more about your journey. You will also find on your suite television a navigation channel showing the routing of the vessel as well as the view from the Bridge. On board you will also find a clinic and doctor and a lift that serves all decks. Smoking on board is restricted to a specific area on deck.

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What To Expect…

Flexibility is the key to an expedition cruise; sometimes the whole day’s schedule will be changed to maximise your experience, something that would not be possible on a large cruise ship. Each day holds something new and below is an extract from the MS Caledonian Sky’s (sister ship to the MS Island Sky) ship log from when she last visited Bora Bora. If you are new to expedition cruising, this extract should provide you with an idea of what to expect.

Bora Bora – 18th December 2015: Bora Bora is one of the most beautiful islands on earth, home to film stars, captains of industry and oligarchs, hotels with rooms on stilts in the sea, coral reefs and sun-drenched sands. And when we woke, looked out of our cabin windows or portholes, there it was in all its splendour. Zodiacs took us ashore to the main town of Vaitipu where we boarded buses for a tour of the island. The buses had been built on lorry chassis (le truck) with windows which remained open giving a cool breeze as we drove slowly around the coast road. Stops were made at various vantage points including Faanui Bay, the Faanui Marae, the island’s biggest ancient temple where Polynesian gods and idols were worshipped long ago, and a wall of large sandstone and coral slabs could be seen. Bora Bora’s involvement in World War II was marked by metal bunkers built by American forces who used the island as a military supply base. It had an oil depot, airstrip (the only international airport in French Polynesia until Faa’a in Tahiti was opened in 1960) seaplane base and defensive fortifications. It was officially closed on 2 June, 1946. Our tour passed some of the remnants of this occupation. On the landward side we had the twin peaks of Mt Pahia and Mt Otemanu (it marks the highest point of the island at 727m or 2,385ft) remnants of a long extinct volcano. Superb sea views over a huge lagoon were enjoyed from the Belvedere lookout while at Anau we had time to sample Matira Beach the most famous on Bora Bora. Our options after lunch included snorkelling from one of two Zodiac platforms close to the ship (a moray eel was seen by most who went), taking a trip back to Matira Beach for snorkelling lessons or swimming, or relaxing in Vaitapu town. Our departure from Bora Bora was equally exciting as the ship sailed into a beautiful sunset which illuminated the fast disappearing island.

Tour Extensions

    • 7th to 11th May 2019

      If you would like to extend your time in Fiji, we are offering a relaxing three night stay at the Lomani Island Resort. Lomani is located in the Mamanuca group of islands which are offshore west of Fiji’s main island, Vitu Levi. The Mamanuca islands are famous for their white sand beaches and this boutique hotel features just 24 suites.

      Fiji Fiji
    • Prices per person based on double occupancy
      CategoryPrice
      Beachfront Bure: Double occupancy £1095
      Beachfront Bure: Sole Occupancy £1795
      Beachfront Pool Bure: Sole Occupancy £1845
      Beachfront Pool Bure: Double occupancy £1195

      Price Includes: Three nights accommodation on half board basis (breakfast and dinner), orientation tour, transfers to and from the resort using local boats.

      Not Included: Travel insurance, gratuities.

    • 18th to 21st April 2019

      Extend your time in Tahiti with our two night stay on the island of Moorea, this heart shaped island is situated close to the main island of Tahiti and is renowned as one of the most beautiful in the world. From our hotel base there will be the opportunity to enjoy water sports or alternatively you may wish to explore the island seeing the plantations of cotton, coffee, sugarcane and pineapples and the majestic mountains with views over the island and wonderful waterfalls.

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    • Prices per person based on double occupancy
      CategoryPrice
      Twin £595
      Single £795

      Price Includes: Two nights hotel accommodation in Moorea on a bed and breakfast basis, transfers from airport to hotel and from hotel to the MS Island Sky using local boats and vehicles, half day island tour.

      Not Included: Travel insurance, gratuities.

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