7 Day Solomon Islands Crewed Motor Yacht Charter Itinerary

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7 Day Solomon Islands Crewed Motor Yacht Charter Itinerary

The Solomon Islands are a collection of islands of outstanding natural beauty, with unspoilt stretches of white-sand beaches, as well as numerous breath-taking dive spots made up of over 500 species of coral home to a large variety of marine life, making this a diver’s paradise. With a blend of cultural influences and friendly locals, this tropical oasis is perfect for an unforgettable yacht charter.

Day 1: Tulagi and Sasape 

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Arriving into the capital city Honiara, you will begin your yacht charter to Tulagi Island where the untouched natural landscape will leave a lasting impression. Moving on to visit the Solomon Islands' International Shipyard of Sasape, you will have the opportunity to explore the surrounding area and enjoy a lunch prepared by your crew, made using fresh and local ingredients. If you’re an avid diver, there are twin tunnels outside of Tulagi that features an atoll of 13 metres, and a cave with painted crays inside.  

Day 2: Florida (Nggela) Islands

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Embarking from Tulagi, head towards the Florida (formerly known as Nggela) Islands, which are made up of a total of 50 islets. Cruise to Tanavula point, which includes sheer drop offs teeming with soft corals and red tooth triggerfish amongst other native marine wildlife. The idyllic white sandy beaches then await you at Anuha, where you can sunbathe or snorkel above the sea grass to spot seahorses and coral combes abundant with fish.

Day 3: Karamolun Island

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On Day 3, you will take a trip to Karamolun Island, where you will have the opportunity to get to know the local culture. In the local villages along the coast, the indigenous inhabitants welcome you into their dwellings, demonstrating traditional dances unlike anything you may have seen before! In the evening, relax on your yacht as your crew prepares a delectable meal whilst you watch the sunset over the horizon.

Day 4: Mborokua and Barracuda Point

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Continuing onto the volcanic, jungle covered Mborokua Island, there is an underwater triangular point starting from the rocks and reaching down to 40 metres, making for an impressive dive spot! White tip reef sharks, schools of barracuda, cod and turtles linger around the aptly named Barracuda Point. This is a haven for marine life and birds, with even some whales having been spotted!

Day 5: Uepi Island

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Enjoy a leisurely breakfast aboard your yacht before venturing to the largest Island of Uepi. With a 2.5 kilometre stretch of coastline, the island is encompassed in the warm waters of the Marovo Lagoon. Featuring oceanic depths of 2000 metres, this impressive island has an array of wildlife and habitats to discover.

Day 6: Paeva and Mbulo Island

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On Day 6, take a visit to the cultural Island of Paeva where you’ll have the chance to view the carvings produced by the locals – if you would like, you can also purchase them as souvenirs! Another fabulous dive spot is located at Mbulo Island – the coral here is truly stunning so take some photos if you have an underwater camera!

Day 7: Mane Island

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For a relaxed last day to your trip, your captain will take you to Mane Island, anchoring at the bay. Enjoy swimming off the back of the boat or practice your water sport skills in amongst the surrounding islands! From here, make your way back to Honiara for disembarkation, having had an unforgettable holiday.

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