• Emerald Scenery Design - Tetiaroa Atoll Released

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    Tetiaroa Atoll is located in the French Polynesian Islands. The 4.5 mile wide atoll is comprised of 12 motus (small islands). Tetiaroa is located just 36.5 miles (59 km) from Papeete, the capital of French Polynesia on the island of Tahiti.

    Features

    • High resolution photo real imagery
    • Including blendmasks for a smooth transition back to default FSX textures
    • Hundreds of hand-placed trees
    • Custom models
    • HD ocean surf sounds
    • Animated surf around the reef edge
    • Animated birds flying in some areas

    And much more!

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