Insiders Access Week

October 22-28, 2017

Envision a voluntary Floating society

Explore Tahiti with Local seasteading visionaries

Secure an opportunity to join advisory committee on governance, development, and sustainability

Exclusive package. Space is limited to eight participants. Apply below.


We invite a select few avant-garde for an intimate week and exclusive access to Blue Frontiers' executives and key team members developing the world's first seazone.

Opportunity to join our new governance, development, and sustainability advisory committee.

Influence the influencers - provide your unique and insightful perspective to our ambitious endeavor.

Access privileged information and contribute meaningfully to the creation of a new society.

Counsel our team on how to shape our seazone governance.

Socialize with brilliant local Tahitians involved in our project, and learn first hand why they want to create floating islands on the sea.

Visit scientific laboratories conducting important and cutting edge research.

Participate in government meetings and community engagement initiatives.

Enjoy Tahiti’s natural and cultural splendor with proud and loving locals.

Create value and contribute to the unlocking of human potential.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to shape the creation of a new society on an emergent outpost in paradise.

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Itinerary - subject to change. Our itinerary is designed to allow us to explore tahiti in a small group. While we will plan a full agenda, we will have ample time to brainstorm and discuss significant issues related to the development of the seazone.

Thursday October 26 - Travel to Moorea

  • Breakfast - wake up to a homemade breakfast at the villa

  • Faerie to Moorea
  • Visit the Gump Research Station - and director Neil Davies, environmental advisor to the Floating Island Project
  • Exercise - take a private surf lesson, or Polynesian dance class

Friday October 27

  • Morning calisthenics (optional) - led by Blue Frontiers' Executive Randy Hencken
  • Breakfast - wake up to a homemade breakfast at the villa
  • Visit CRIOBE research center
  • Scuba or Snorkel - swim with Rays and Sharks!
  • Barbecue - beach side barbecue at our villa.
  • Picnic - Inspired by the lagoons, discuss the future of floating islands over a picnic lunch
  • Happy hour
  • Evening - discussions, drinks, and dinner over a chef cooked meal at our villa

Saturday October 28

  • Morning Yoga (optional) - led by Randy Hencken
  • Breakfast - chef-cooked breakfast at the villa
  • Massage
  • Te mana o te moana Turtle sanctuary
  • Faerie to Tahiti
  • Happy hour
  • Soirée at the Royal Tahitien - where we will have a closing dialogue regarding the future of the project.
  • Farewell

 

 

Sunday October 22

  • Midday - Ahi' Ma'a Tahitien - The greatest ma’a Tahiti tradition – a Polynesian meal cooked in a traditional earth oven. We will participate in the three hour cooking process that takes place in an underground oven with hot stones, while being introduced to polynesian culture
  • Happy hour - flower lay arrangements
  • Evening - va'a canoe party

Monday October 23

  • Breakfast - wake up to a chef cooked homemade breakfast at the villa
  • Hike Fare Hape - the spiritual heart of Tahiti.
  • Evening - discussions, drinks, and dinner over a chef cooked meal at our villa

Tuesday October 24

  • Morning calisthenics (optional) - led by Blue Frontiers' Executive Randy Hencken
  • Breakfast - wake up to a homemade breakfast at the villa
  • Circle Island Tour - Explore the whole of the island and stop off where will develop our land and SeaZones.
  • Happy hour
  • Dinner at Le Coco's Restaurant - Dialogue with our team during an epicurean evening on the waterfront.

Wednesday October 25

  • Morning calisthenics (optional) - led by Blue Frontiers' Executive Randy Hencken
  • Breakfast - wake up to a homemade breakfast at the villa
  • Tetiaroa catamaran tour - experience the Polynesian seas and see beautiful atoll Tetiaroa
  • Evening - discussions, drinks, and dinner over a chef cooked meal at our villa
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While exploring Tahiti, Villa Heirai – a spacious property with a large planted garden on a private hill in Arue city – will be our home. This traditional and authentic Polynesian villa offers a peaceful place in the heart of the forest with a wonderful view of the sea. For relaxation and exercise, there is a large swimming pool and a tennis court. The property owner is the daughter of famous American novelist James Norman Hall, best known for the novel Mutiny on the Bounty with co-author Charles Nordhoff.

We will spend our last two nights together on the majestical island of Moorea deliberating in an intimate group about how to develop and operate the seazone. Our home for these discussions will be Villa Miki Miki Dream, located along a beautiful white sandy beach on the northeast side of the island.

The extremely spacious villa combines traditional architecture with modern comfort, giving it a friendly atmosphere. Villa Miki Miki Dream has a large entrance hall, four bedrooms with bathroom, an American kitchen and a large mezzanine. Outside, we will enjoy meals and cocktails on the terrace or under the fare pote'e of the garden, while enjoying the view on the lagoon for sunrise and sunset. The name "Miki Miki" refers to a variety of shrubs resistant to salinity that grows exclusively on the coast and surrounds the villa. 


Packages are all inclusive at (US) $10,000 per person, exclusive of air travel to Tahiti.

Blue Frontiers will apply proceeds to our Community outreach in Tahiti.

Ready to participate? Contact us today and apply to be one of eight select guests.

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