New Caledonia offers a perfect sailing experience with its crystal-clear waters, stunning coral reefs, and untouched islands. The destination is known for its warm weather, steady winds, and diverse marine life. Sailing in New Caledonia allows you to explore secluded bays, enjoy water activities, and witness breathtaking sunsets.

  • Crystal-clear waters and vibrant coral reefs
  • Untouched islands and secluded bays to explore
  • Abundance of marine life for snorkeling and diving enthusiasts
  • Steady trade winds making for excellent sailing conditions
  • Breathtaking sunsets and picturesque landscapes
  • Chance to visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Lagoons of New Caledonia
  • Opportunity to discover traditional Kanak culture on Lifou Island
  • Plenty of anchorages and mooring options along the coast
  • Availability of boat rental services for those without their own boat
  • Range of onshore activities like hiking, bird-watching, and exploring nature reserves
JanuaryWarm and sunny31C150mm45%7 hours10 knots
FebruaryWarm and occasional rain showers29C140mm50%6 hours12 knots
MarchWarm and occasional rain showers28C125mm50%6 hours12 knots
AprilMild and occasional rain showers26C115mm45%6 hours10 knots
MayMild and occasional rain showers24C110mm40%5 hours8 knots
JuneCooler and occasional rain showers22C90mm30%4 hours8 knots
JulyCooler and occasional rain showers21C85mm30%4 hours8 knots
AugustCooler and occasional rain showers22C80mm30%5 hours10 knots
SeptemberMild and occasional rain showers24C90mm35%6 hours10 knots
OctoberMild and occasional rain showers25C110mm40%7 hours10 knots
NovemberWarm and occasional rain showers27C125mm45%7 hours12 knots
DecemberWarm and occasional rain showers29C140mm50%7 hours12 knots