|Designed specifically for Polynesia, the “Paul Gauguin” is a deluxe vessel offering small-ship luxury to just 320 guests. Flawless, friendly service from a European- trained staff emulates the delightfully unhurried and unregimented Polynesian way of life.
The M/S Paul Gauguin sailed under the name Regent Seven Seas Cruises from 1998 - 2010 when Paul Gauguin Cruises took over ownership of the vessel and it's operations in January of 2010. The parent company, Beachcomer Croisieres Limited, had previously acquired the Paul Gauguin Cruise Line in late 2009.
Spacious, ocean-view staterooms, half with balconies or verandas, open to sweet-scented tropical breezes and lush island vistas. Each features queen or twin beds, marble-appointed bath, closed-circuit television and VCR. Fine Continental and French cuisine is served on an open-seating basis in two restaurants.
The 7-night cruise departs Tahiti Saturday evening and includes visits to Raiatea, Taha’a, Bora Bora and Moorea before returning to Tahiti for disembarkation the following Saturday.