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Nothing says tropical holiday like an overwater bungalow, and ELYT Charter Tahiti just took the concept to the next level with the release of their concept floating villa/houseboat/catamaran? The charter company has released new images of their soon-to-launch ultimate luxury houseboat; a four-bedroom floating presidential suite with a 360-degree rooftop lounge that will give guests the opportunity to take in the stunningly beautiful nature of The Islands of Tahiti.


The first floating villa in Bora Bora will be able to accommodate up to eight guests with its 120 square metres large area across two levels and is decked out with four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a fully-equipped kitchen, dining area and a rooftop with breathtaking views surrounding the boat at all angles.

With the environment of Tahiti in mind, it has been inspired by ‘ancient Polynesian voyaging canoes’ and is eco-friendly by running on solar power. The absence of a diesel engine makes it silent, and also helps to keep coral and other marine life calm and comfortable. It has its own water treatment facility to reuse water and only has a thermal generator for emergencies. It was also designed and built in a local shipyard, which ensure that the carbon footprint is next to nil.

A stay on the yet-to-be-named houseboat gives travellers the opportunity of exploring the little slice of paradise that is Bora Bora, and the opportunity of travelling onwards to the rest of the 118 islands that make up The Islands of Tahiti. With striking scenery that ranges from lush jungles and high mountain peaks to vibrant coral reefs, and offering activities of all types, Tahiti truly is the perfect destination fit for every type of traveller – and what better way to experience it than on its stunning waters.

The floating villa is currently available for rent for bookings for when it has been launched later this year for $2460 AUD per night (1500 EURO).



See more details of the floating villa on ELYT Charter Tahiti’s website.

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