The AREMITI ship company
created in 1991
Created in 1991, the SARL Aremiti, « the Wings of the ocean », is a family owned company, based in Papeete, Tahiti.
Our mission is the transportation of passengers, goods and vehicles between the island of Tahiti and Moorea.
Since the beginning of our operations, high quality service, efficient and comfortable ships are the motivations of the team.
Throughout the years, our fleet has been renewed to offer faster, yet more comfortable crossings for our customers.

Discover the vessels that have made our history...

The AREMITI 1

  • Year of commissioning : 1991
  • Length : 18 meters
  • Number of passengers : 100
  • Number of vehicles : 0
  • Speed : 18 knots
  • Crossing time : 50 minutes

Its commissioning is a revolution in the transportation of passengers on the Tahiti-Moorea line. At that time, Aremiti 1 was faster and more comfortable than the car-ferries Tamarii Moorea II B and Tamarii Moorea VI.


The AREMITI 2

  • Year of commissioning: 1992
  • Length: 30 meters
  • Number of passengers: 200
  • Number of vehicles: 0
  • Speed: 24 knots
  • Crossing time: 40 minutes

The race in the fast armament is launched ! Le Prado family, owner of the Tamarii Moorea II B and VIII, launches the Tamahine Moorea I, their high-speed passenger catamaran. On the other side, the Aremiti 2 replaces the Aremiti 1 and saves 10 minutes compared to its predecessor.


The AREMITI 3

  • Year of commissioning: 1994
  • Lenght: 40 meters
  • Number of passengers: 449
  • Number of vehicles: 0
  • Speed: 30 knots
  • Crossing time: 35 minutes

Aremiti 3 replaces the Aremiti 2 with an extra 2000 CV, and 5 daily rotations. It is the first vessel of the fleet to be equipped with stabilizers for a better passenger comfort.


The AREMITI FERRY

  • Year of commissioning: 1996
  • Lenght: 85 meters
  • Number of passengers: 502
  • Number of vehicles: 100
  • Speed: 17 knots
  • Crossing time: 1 hour

The Aremiti Ferry is operated on Oct. 7, 1996. This new car-ferry acquired with the 'loi Pons', for a cost of one billion CFP francs. He competes with the fast ferry Tamarii Moorea VII. Aboard this new ship, a classy restoration area is reserved during the evenings when the vessel is at the harbour. He carried thousands of people and merchandise until the end of its services in December 2013.


The AREMITI 4

  • Year of commissioning: 2000
  • Lenght: 49 meters
  • Number of passengers: 435
  • Number of vehicles: 20
  • Speed: 34 knots
  • Crossing time: 30 minutes

The Aremiti 4 is a Flying Cat high-speed catamaran, he replaced the Aremiti 3 on June 29, 2000. Designed for the Virtu Rapid company based in Malte, he will be purchased and improved by the Degage company to respond to the needs of the line Tahiti-Moorea.


The Corsaire

  • Year of commissioning: 2002
  • Length: 67 meters
  • Number of passengers: 400
  • Number of vehicles: 40
  • Speed: 30 knots
  • Crossing time: 35 minutes

Built in 1994 by the St Malo Naval shipyard for the Emeraude Lines company, it performs the St Malo-Jersey-Guernesey line. In 1995, he went back to his shipyard and bought by the Le Prado-Valère company in 1996. It was immobilized in 2000, following the liquidation of the Le Prado company before being acquired by the Aremiti company to operate crossings between Tahiti and the Leeward islands.


The AREMITI 5

  • Year of commissioning: 2004
  • Length: 56 meters
  • Number of passengers: 697
  • Number of vehicles: 30
  • Speed: 30 knots
  • Crossing time: 35 minutes

Arrived in Papeete in 2004, it replaces the ship Aremiti 4. Equipped with last generation stabilizers, he can navigate in rough sea offering an exceptional comfort to passengers. Greatly appreciated by customers for its fastness, it has all of the equipment required for a pleasant journey!


The AREMITI FERRY 2

  • Year of commissioning: 2013
  • Lenght: 80 meters
  • Number of passengers: 967
  • Number of vehicles: 146
  • Speed: 20 knots
  • Crossing time: 40 minutes

The Aremiti Ferry 2 is the most recent of the fleet, concentrate of technology and modernity, it has been built to welcome a maximum of passengers in the best comfortable conditions. Smaller than the Aremiti Ferry 1, but more spacious, this catamaran equipped with last generation stabilizers is the first vessel able to carry as many vehicles between Tahiti and Moorea. A genuine revolution for the Tahiti-Moorea crossing!