Spend your vacation aboard a luxurious four-bedroom floating villa and set sail on the twinkling turquoise sea surrounding beautiful Bora Bora!
Do you want to do so much on your well-earned vacation that you simply sometimes struggle to make decisions? We here at Add To Bucketlist certainly understand that. After all, life is short!
So if you find yourself unable to choose between enjoying your holiday aboard a yacht casually cruising the Pacific Ocean or partaking of a pleasurable Polynesian vacation in a lovely luxury villa, fret no more! We have the answer. Soon travelers will no longer have to make that decision. You’ll be able to enjoy the very best of both those worlds thanks in no small part to a new, soon-to-be-launching luxurious four-bedroom floating villa.
Details About The Construction Of The Luxurious Vessel
An amazing, luxurious floating overwater villa is now under construction in Tahiti. If all goes as planned, the seacraft will be completed by the close of this year. According to the founders of ELYT Charter Tahiti, Torea Colas and wife, Emily Biotteau-Colas, the boat was designed based on a number of different eco-friendly aspects. The company employed state-of-the-art technology and modern construction techniques with a focus on space in order to create an onboard environment that will provide guests the comfort and safety that today’s vacationers are seeking.
The luxurious vessel includes “an in-hull wastewater treatment system.” More importantly, unlike many boats, it is not powered by a diesel engine. It will be powered by lithium batteries and solar panels.
This “means total silence, no smell, and no pollution.” Additionally, it is quite apropos that Tahiti Solar panels will be used on the boat. After all, as noted on the site, “Sun is god in Tahiti. it shines over our beautiful nature.”
The sun “sustains life and it also powers” this modern solar luxury catamaran. Both ELYT’s general concept and specific design were inspired by the “ancient Polynesian voyaging canoes” and their overall “way of life.” The founders note that the “life and memory” of Torea Colas’ late father Alain Colas, “the French single-handed ocean sailor of legend lost at sea,” has been an additional “ source of inspiration.”
Features of The Four-Bedroom Floating Villa
This luxury four-bedroom houseboat is 51 feet (over 15 meters) in length. It will sleep as many as eight guests. The vessel will reportedly be fully furnished with “true walk around double beds” “two standard house bathrooms, a large dining area, a well-equipped kitchen, a bar, a sun terrace, flatscreen TV, and barbecue grill. There will also be a rooftop lounge that provides passengers with perfect 360-degree views, inflatable paddle boards, kayaks, snorkeling gear, and even a concierge service. Travelers will also be given the opportunity to hire on a crew and personal chef.
Bora Bora, French Polynesia
For those who have never read your rovin’ writer’s previous pieces on Bora Bora — shame on you! Get on that now! But seriously, folks here is some background on what some say is one of the world’s most romantic places.
The island of Bora Bora, a.k.a. the “Jewel of the South Seas,” is essentially an ancient volcano rising above a blue lagoon. It’s a world-renowned tourist destination and honeymoon hot spot. Bora Bora is an hour’s flight from Tahiti in French Polynesia. It’s famous for its luxury resorts, beautiful beaches, over-the-water bungalows, and amazing sunset. Bora Bora’s also a great place for hiking, skydiving, shark dives, and other water sports.
Booking This Bora Bora Beauty
The boat will be available for rent as a stationary villa anchored in the lagoon. It will also be available to take on a cruise with an official dedicated captain. The company hopes to pipe aboard its first passengers during the first quarter of 2021.
Bookings will be open as of December 1, 2020. Rates start at $1,770.00 (€1,500) each night, with a required minimum stay of three nights. Rates are reported to include “return airport transfers” to the boat.
So there you have it, dear readers! You can now enjoy the best of both worlds. Pack your swim trunks, check your passport, make your plans, and be sure to book your trip early. Bon Voyage!