French Polynesia consists of 118 islands in five archipelagos whose physical and cultural individuality is well marked. They are scattered over a sea surface of about 5.5 million km2. The islands make a total land area of 3521 km2, 80% of the high islands. Tahiti, with 1042 km2, is more than a quarter of that surface. For your holiday sailing, today the Society Islands and the Tuamotuare those who meet all the conditions for an unforgettable stay. The safe and sheltered anchorage, a natural beauty, give the impression of being alone in the world. Due to its geographical position, climate is tropical Polynesian marine related wet. There are generally two main seasons:
• From December to March, a season known as “hot” or austral summer, which coincides with a higher moisture. The months of December and January are the wettest. The winds are between the east and north-easterly and generally low to moderate.
• From April to November season called “fresh” or southern winter coinciding with lower humidity. The trade winds blowing from the southeast resume reinforcing their rights in July and August.