Paul Gauguin Cruises

PAUL GAUGUIN CRUISES


Designed specifically to cruise the shallow waters of Tahiti and French Polynesia, the m/s Paul Gauguin is a deluxe vessel that effortlessly blends into the stunning natural beauty of the South Seas. Each and every detail of the ship from the traditional Polynesian handcrafts showcased in her onboard gallery, to the simple, yet elegant decor of her spacious suites and staterooms has been perfectly crafted to compliment her surroundings and authentically emulate the Polynesian culture.

From the moment you step aboard, you'll discover an atmosphere that radiates the warm, relaxed character of the islands; and it's the hospitality that makes the difference. Personal, friendly service is a trademark of the Paul Gauguin, offering five-star service to only 332 guests per sailing.

In their commitment to luxury and overall guest experience, Paul Gauguin has recently undergone the largest renovations in the ship's 14-year history. These impressive renovations include extensive enhancements to both the interior and exterior of the ship. All suites and staterooms as well as the ship's public areas have received new carpeting, refinished and reupholstered furniture, new bathroom flooring and many other deluxe updates.

Each of her spacious staterooms offers an ocean view, meaning you'll enjoy breathtaking island vistas from the comfort of your own room. Many even feature their own private balconies or verandas, opening their doors to the sweet scent of the warm, tropical breeze. Other luxurious amenities of her suites and staterooms include a marble-appointed bath, fine European linens, feather down duvets, complementary robes and slippers and more. For the ultimate in luxury, Category B staterooms and above feature an in-suite bar and butler service.

The Paul Gauguin offers many other exceptional attributes including an onboard watersports marina, a luxurious spa and three open-seating restaurants L'Etoile, La Veranda, and Le Grill each of which serve Fine Continental and French cuisine. All meals and gratuities are included, and complimentary beverages, including fine wines and premium spirits, are served throughout the ship.

A cruise aboard the m/s Paul Gauguin is the perfect opportunity to experience a variety of the Tahitian islands while deeply immersing yourself in the Polynesian culture. Cruise itineraries include voyages to the Society Islands, the Austral Islands, the Marquesas Archipelago and the Tuamotu Atolls, as well as Fiji and the Cook Islands. The most popular 7-night cruise departs from Tahiti on a Saturday evening and includes visits to Raiatea, Taha'a, Bora Bora and Moorea.