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Paul Gauguin
Paul Gauguin Cruises

Built in 1997

19,200 tons
320 passengers (double capacity)


Sailing through Tahiti, the most romantic islands in the world, Paul Gauguin is the perfect honeymoon choice. 

No need to worry about tipping on Paul Gauguin, gratuities are included in the cruise fare. 

Water ski, kayak, windsurf, or snorkel in the pristine waters of Tahiti from Paul Gauguin’s state-of-the-art retractable watersports marina. 

Featuring a steam room, thalassotherapy, massage, aromatherapy, wraps, and full beauty services, the spa and salon on board Paul Gauguin is operated by legendary Carita of Paris. 

With its deep leather chairs, the intimate Connoisseur Club is the ideal spot on board Paul Gauguin to savor fine cognac, liqueurs, and cigars. 

Informal elegance is the daily dress code on Paul Gauguin; there’s no need to pack formal wear or even a tie. 

Complimentary wines are served at lunch and dinner and Paul Gauguin guests enjoy soft drinks, mineral water, alcoholic beverages, and juices throughout their cruise at no additional charge. 

From afternoon tea to dancing under the stars, La Palette is Paul Gauguin’s cozy piano bar with an indoor/outdoor dance floor. 

In addition to the traditional Captain’s welcome reception, all Paul Gauguin guests are invited to several complimentary cocktail parties throughout the cruise.

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