Aranui 3 Marquesas Islands

Marquesas Islands Aranui 3

Aproach 1 out of 15: We are thinking of giving the Aranui cruise as a gift to a 50th birthday party. The M/V Aranui 3 is a double passenger/cargo vessel that operated between Tahiti and the Marquesas Islands. Reply 1 of 13: I returned today from a 14-day cruise on the Aranui 3 from Papeete to the Tuamotus and Marquesas. In July 2015 we booked our place on this new ship for the 3rd voyage in February 2016. The cargo ship Aranui 3 sails the Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia.

Marquesas Islands Forum - Aranui III

In the 1980s there were some men on board and a lady who had hipsurgery just a few words before the voyage. Persons with sticks were present and they tend to use the lift to get into their rooms. The 83-year-old Sophie Wong was on board and belongs to the owner of the boat.

They must be able to ascend and descend steps to get into the boat. For the first if you go down the steps and are brought aboard a barges, is more than a little thrilling when the oceans are roughen. A few folks didn't land on all the islands.

We enjoyed the conversation on board.  This is not the emblematic deluxe tour and if you expect a 5 actor vessel, this is not it. Travellers have a tendency to be everywhere. Aranui 5 is scheduled for completion sometime next year. Aranui 3 is about 12 years old, so there will be a difference.

There' s a physician on board.

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Aranui 3 M/V is a double passenger/cargo liner that sailed between Tahiti and the Marquesas Islands. Aranui 3 is a certified seagoing liner under the SOLAS (International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea), with a port of registry in Papeete, France. Built in Romania and commissioned in 2003, Auraui 3 ended its France-Polynesia travels on 4 December 2015 and was superseded by the Aranui 5 for the inauguration ride on 12 December 2015.

In addition to serving the six Marquesas Islands harbours, Aranui 3 also offers a 14-day ferry and ferry services. He is also stopping on the islands of Rangiroa and Fakarava on the Tuamotu Islands. Aranui 3 ended in Tahiti in 2015 and was superseded by Aranui 5, which will continue to serve the area.

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