New Caledonia

New Caledonia is a captivating French territory in the South Pacific known for its stunning natural beauty, vibrant coral reefs, and diverse landscapes. New Caledonia encompasses the main island of Grande Terre and a multitude of smaller islands, each with its unique charm. The archipelago boasts a rich blend of Melanesian and French cultures, creating a unique and welcoming atmosphere. From the vibrant city of Nouméa to the untouched wilderness of the Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia offers a wide range of experiences, from exploring lush rainforests to snorkeling in the world's largest lagoon.

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Sailing conditions in New Caledonia are generally excellent. The region features a tropical climate with warm temperatures year-round. The southeast trade winds provide consistent breezes, making it a sailor's paradise. The coral reefs and lagoon formations offer protected waters for cruising and anchorages. However, sailors should be aware of changing weather patterns, particularly during.

Loyalty Islands

Set sail for the Loyalty Islands, including Lifou, Maré, and Ouvéa, where you'll discover untouched natural beauty, ancient limestone caves, and authentic Melanesian culture.
Loyalty Islands
Isle of Pines

Isle of Pines

Cruise to the Isle of Pines, renowned for its stunning landscapes, crystal-clear waters, and the iconic natural pool, Piscine Naturelle.

Outer Islands

For a more adventurous sailing experience, venture to the remote outer islands of New Caledonia, such as Belep and the Chesterfield Islands.
Outer Islands
Nouméa and Amedee Island

Nouméa and Amedee Island

Begin or end your journey in Nouméa, the capital, and visit Amedee Island, known for its iconic lighthouse and underwater observatory.
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