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2008 Date: 1/14/2008

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Departure of St. Regis Resort to Embarkation of Superyacht

The most exciting day of the trip is the departure of the resort and the boarding of the yacht. We checked out of the St. Regis at 8:30 a.m. then took the shuttle to the Bora Bora airport dock where we were greeted by a few crew members and a welcome drink. At 10:00 a.m. our luggage was loaded on the yacht motorized tender and we were shuttled out to the yacht, a mere 10 minutes away at anchor. We were welcomed by Capt. Phillipe once again and we were escorted to our cabin 104.

St. Regis Resort Bora Bora

Bora Bora

The view at the main dock at the St. Regis as we departed, with the peaks of Bora Bora in the background.

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(pdf link) Tia Moana Daily Newsletter 2008

Arriving at the Tia Moana Superyacht

Tia Moana

Arriving at the Tia Moana you are greeted personally by the captain.

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The welcome at Bora Bora Airport dock - drinks and fresh fruit.

Tia Moana superyacht.

Tia Moana.

Sarah, the Captain, and Pepe.

Very compact, yet highly efficient and functional bathroom.

Shelves and shower.

Bed and couch in cabin.

Media center and minibar below.

Main bar lounge. Has a big screen for movies and comfortable couches/chairs for reading.

Upper deck outside lounge.

Main bar lounge.

Upper deck outside lounge.

Library towards bow of ship.

Library towards bow of ship.

Bow jacuzzi.

Bow area.

Bow.

Fresh fruit.

Upper deck, rolled towel.

Sun tunning bed.

Top deck.

Steak for lunch.

Workout room.

Workout room.

Aft deck behind main lounge.

Aft garage doors up and tender.

Aft deck behind main lounge.

Dinner appetizer.

Map of voyage.

Luugage tag.

Monday newsletter.

Welcome letter.

End of Day One on Superyacht

While I enjoyed my time at the St. Regis, I was really looking forward to the superyacht. The two nicest resorts in Polynesia are the Le Tahaa Resort and Spa and the St. Regis in Bora Bora. The service aboard the Tia Moana is unequaled. There were a total of 10 passengers and about 40 crew - so the crew to passenger ratio is above any cruise you'll ever go on.

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