Twenty-five cabins + ten knots per hour = one unforgettable holiday.
We can’t wait to snorkel, kayak, and 4X4 our way through the islands of French Polynesia, AKA Tahiti & gay friendly Bora Bora, aboard The Panorama II. She’s the latest vessel to join our ever-expanding roster of boutique gay cruises. Visiting five islands, ancient temples and local villages, here’s a preview of the ship. We daresay she will float your boat.
A two-masted motor sailer with white sails, the Panorama II features classic lines and wood panelling. At 164 feet long, this beauty is large enough for decadent service but welcomes no more than 50 guests aboard per sailing.
The Public Spaces
When you’re done with sightseeing, there are plenty of spots inside and out to kick back and unwind.
The Dining Areas
Wake up to breakfast al fresco on the boat’s upper deck. Breathe in the fresh morning air while you watch the sunrise. And savour scintillating views of our ports of call. There will be bacon. There will be eggs. There will be freshly squeezed juices that are fruitier than we could dream of being (and some of us are rather fruity).
The Private Rooms
Even the most decadent tropical escape gets exhausting without a cozy place to rest your weary, sunscreen head. Fortunately, a selection of twin and double cabins are available on all three decks of our sassy sailer. There are porthole windows on the lower deck, while the top two decks feature full-size windows. All cabins are equipped with private bathrooms, showers, self-controlled air conditioning, piped music, TV with satellite channels, a safe for valuables and a mini fridge.
Let us know if we’ve piqued your interest in this French Polynesian adventure.