Paul Gauguin Cruises
Few cruise lines look as at home in paradise at Paul Gaugin. When the man behind the name first sailed to Tahiti in 1891, he fell hard for the Polynesian spirit; fast forward to years later and the cruise line invites you to experience the South Pacific in the same way, with a sense of authenticity and appreciation for this unique and beautiful part of the world that few others can offer.
The Paul Gaugin is the longest continually-sailing cruise ship in the South Pacific, designed with those opalescent lagoons in mind and with a crew of local Tahitians extending Polynesian hospitality to a little over just 200 guests. Award-winning Jean-Pierre Vigato is in the kitchen, rustling up dishes that have earned Paul Gaugin a reputation as one of the culinary kings of the seas. While nights are for eating and experiencing the culture of Polynesia, days are for kayaking or paddle boarding off the watersports marina. PADI Scuba Diving programs see you come home qualified for underwater explorations, trained in the most paradisical ocean setting imaginable.
And when it comes to destinations? Take your pick: the private island of Motu Mahana and an exclusive, restorative beach retreat in Bora Bora are both on the menu.
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