March 13, 2025 – March 26, 2025

Bora Bora, Tahiti and More with James Beard Award Winning Chef

Enjoying One of the Most Beautiful Areas on Earth With Award Winning Chef, Dean Fearing

A Wonderful South Pacific Adventure

The Absolute Beauty of These Breathtakingly Beautiful South Pacific Islands

Cruising with a James Beard Award Winning Chef

The South Pacific With an Award Winning Chef

Do astoundingly clear waters, multi-coloured marine life and a relaxing break from modern life sound good? If the answer is yes, then welcome to the world-famous islands of the South Pacific. This cruise sees you discover six fabulous French Polynesian islands, plus two destinations in the seldom-visited Cook Islands. Open up to a world of adventure or relaxation, depending on what you want. From rarely seen authentic villages to hiking through verdant jungles, we welcome you to our version of the South Pacific

An all-inclusive luxury cruise

Having fun with a highly acclaimed chef

The most beautiful waters the world

Special Experiences

Chef Dean Fearing

Creator of Fearing’s Restaurant and author of The Texas Food Bible, Chef Dean Fearing is renowned for the “Elevated American Cuisine – Bold Flavors, No Borders” of his award-winning restaurant in Dallas.

Since its opening, Fearing’s has been named “Restaurant of the Year” and “Table of the Year” by Esquire Magazine, as well as #1 in Hotel Dining in the U.S. by the prestigious Zagat Survey. The restaurant was nominated by the James Beard Foundation as “Best New Restaurant” and is currently included on top national lists by, and many other influential food websites.

The exuberant, ever-friendly Fearing was winner of the James Beard Foundation Restaurant Award for “Best Chef in the Southwest,” attracting diners from across the country who flock to Dallas to experience his signature dishes, including flavorful Tortilla Soup, Barbecued Shrimp Tacos, Mopped Rib Eye cooked over Live Mesquite, Maple-Black Peppercorn-Soaked Buffalo Tenderloin, and Pan-Roasted “BBQ-Spiced” Filet with Chicken-Fried Maine Lobster, which has been described as a genuine “taste of Texas.”

Luxury Travel Advisor & Podcast Host

Rodney George is a luxury travel consultant based in Naples, Florida. With over 15 years of experience in the travel industry himself, Rodney heads an agency of travel professionals with a combined 185 years of travel experience. His passion for travel and expertise in luxury accommodations and experiences have made him a sought-after consultant for discerning luxury travelers.

Additionally, Rodney is the host of The Luxury Travelers Podcast … a weekly 30 minute show with the “movers and shakers” from the world of luxury travel.  Rodney’s ability to reach the top professionals from the luxury brands of the world give the viewer (listener) the ability to hear from the executive suite of some of the top luxury brands in the world.

Trip Dates

March 13, 2025 – March 26, 2025


Pricing from $10,900 per person 


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Day 1:Papette (Tahiti)

Papeete is the center of the tropical paradise of French Polynesia, where islands fringed with gorgeous beaches and turquoise ocean await to soothe the soul. This spirited city is the capital of French Polynesia, and serves as a superb base for onward exploration of Tahiti – an island of breathtaking landscapes and oceanic vistas. A wonderful lagoon of crisp, clear water begs to be snorkelled, stunning black beaches and blowholes pay tribute to the island’s volcanic heritage, and lush green mountains beckon you inland on adventures, as you explore extraordinary Tahiti. Visit to relax and settle into the intoxicating rhythm of life in this Polynesian paradise.

Day 2:Fakarava, Tuamotu Archipelago

Fakarava is oblong shaped and has an almost continuous string of reef and motu stretching for 40 km (25 mi) on its eastern edge. It’s the second largest of the Tuamotu atolls, located 450 km (280 mi) northeast of Tahiti, and 120 km (75 mi) southeast of Rangiroa. It’s renowned for the drift diving in its two passes—Garuae (also spelled Ngarue) in the north near the main town of Rotoava (and the airport) and Tamakohua Pass, 48 km (30 mi) across the lagoon in the south.

Day 3:Day at Sea

Days at sea are the perfect opportunity to relax, unwind and catch up with what you’ve been meaning to do. So whether that is going to the gym, visiting the spa, whale watching, catching up on your reading or simply topping up your tan, these blue sea days are the perfect balance to busy days spent exploring shore side.

Day 4:Atuona – Hiva Oa, Marquesas Island

The largest of the southern islands, Hiva Oa, the master pillar or finial post of the ‘Great House’ – which represents the Marquesan archipelago in the local mythology – has always been the rival of Nuku Hiva. The island is shaped like a seahorse and has a mountain range running southwest to northeast whose main peaks, Mt. Temetiu and Mt. Feani form a real wall around Atuona. Atuona, a peaceful little port at the head of the Taaoa Bay, also known as Traitors Bay, has emerged from obscurity due to having had the privilege of being the last resting place of Paul Gauguin and of the singer Jacques Brel.

Day 5:Nuku Hiva, Marquesas Islands

Think of French Polynesia and you are automatically transported to the white sands of Tahiti, the blue seas of Bora Bora or, at the very least, the iconic statues of Easter Island. Now, imagine a place that is home to that majestic trinity, but has no crowds and is full of island authenticity that is rare in these global times. You have just imagined Nuku Hiva. The island is the second largest after Tahiti in the archipelago, but is yet to be discovered by tourism.

Day 6:Day at Sea

Day 7:Rangiroa

Rangiroa is French Polynesia’s largest atoll. More than 400 motu (islets) enclose the lagoon, which is so wide and long that one cannot see the southern row of motu from the two main islets in the north –hence the local name Rangiroa meaning wide or long sky, sometimes taken as “immense sky”.

Day 8:Bora Bora (Society Islands)

If you have ever dreamt up your ideal island holiday, we suspect it goes something like this: Soapy blue seas? Check. Sparkling white beaches? Check. Thatched wooden huts, gently sloping palm trees and kaleidoscopic marine life? Check, check and check. And yet, even by ticking every box, first time viewing of Bora Bora still beggars belief. This tropical hideaway less than 12 m2 in the heart of the South Pacific has been toping travel wish lists for years.

Day 9:Day at Sea

Day 10:Aitutaki

When Lonely Planet co-founder describes somewhere as “the world’s most beautiful island” you can be sure that you are in for a treat. Incredible Aitutaki, inspiring Aitutaki, unbelievable, idyllic and unimaginable, there are simply not enough superlatives to describe quite how amazing Aitutaki is. Brought to light in 1779 by Captain Bligh, the Mutiny on the Bounty meant that Aitutaki has something of a bloodthirsty history.

Day 11:Rarotonga

Rarotonga is the essence of Polynesia with its warmth, vibrant tropical plants and some of the happiest and friendliest people on Earth. As the main island of the Cook Islands, Rarotonga supports most of the country’s people and services. The island was settled about 1500 years ago by traditional sailing canoes as part of the great Polynesian expansion. Cook Islanders are proud of their culture and happy to demonstrate their traditional skills.

Day 12:Day at Sea

Day 13:Moorea Island

Moorea is a high mountainous island with two nearly symmetrical bays found on the north coast. The island’s triangular shape has been likened to a heart or a bat. Eight mountain peaks reaching a height of up to 1,207 meters give Moorea a very rugged silhouette. The reef surrounding the island encloses a narrow lagoon –a RAMSAR Wetland- and has barely any motu (reef islets). Sharks and rays are some of the lagoon’s attractions. The island is only one eighth the size of neighboring Tahiti and has a more relaxed life-style.

Day 14:Papeete (Tahiti)

Homeward or Onward Bound

Trip Highlights


Private executive roundtrip transfers 

Roundtrip economy class flights 

24-hour room service 

A wide variety of restaurants on the ship 

Beverages in-suite and throughout the ship, including champagne, selected wines and premium spirits 

Butler Service in every suite

Onboard gratuities

Shore Excursions 

Pre- and post-cruise hotel stays 

Cocktail party and wine dinner with Chef Fearing and his wife, Wanda 

Let’s begin your next adventure!

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