Ke Ama II
- type : sloop
- length : 80 ft.
- capacity : 6 passengers
- specials : luxury, snorkeling,fishing, custom charters
The 80' Keama II is set up to accommodate 6 guests in 3 cabins. The Master has a King bed, there is a double cabin & 1 cabin twin bedded cabin, all ensuite.
Cook Islands| Yachts available »
The Cook Islands take their name from the illustrious explorer of the South Pacific, Captain James Cook, who first discovered the islands in 1773. However, we now know that the island of Rarotanga was first sighted in the 7th and 8th centuries during the great migratory voyages of the Polynesians. Rarotanga’s first real claim to fame was its re-discovery in 1789 by the HMS Bounty mutineers before they settled at Pitcairn
Tonga | Yachts available »
This tropical island chain located 480 miles south-east of Fiji (just west of the International Date Line) is made up of 170 islands, 45 of which are occupied. Tonga was first settled 500 years before Christ, and currently has a population of 100,000. Gentle Southeast trade winds and a beautiful climate create excellent sailing conditions. The water surrounding the islands boasts black coral and virtually undisturbed Reefs. Tropical flowers and friendly people contribute to the enjoyable, relaxed atmosphere.
Fiji and Vanuatu | Yachts available »
The Pacific Islands are a romantic paradise and inspired the likes of Somerset Maugham, Michener and Rodgers & Hammerstein. Fiji is made up of over 300 islands. At the crossroads of the Pacific, Fiji combines Melanesian and Polynesian cultures. The islands and lagoons boast miles and miles of pristine coastline. Uncover a new adventure everyday – swim with manta rays, snorkel, fish, go beachcombing, reef walking, hike or just enjoy the splendor of the natural world.
Wandering Yachts| Yachts available »
Wandering Yachts are on round-the-world or long distance cruises. Join a yacht to experience a deep-water passage across one of the world's great oceans
Tahiti and French Polynesia| Yachts available »
Sail among the spectacular tropical islands of the Iles Sous le Vent and discover the real French Polynesia with its lush foliage, opalescent seas, native villages, deserted beaches, and colorful reefs. Here you’ll find that the South Seas atmosphere still exists today- small dockside markets, inter-island schooners, local bars, and the easy tempo of island life.