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Origin: USA Profile: Well off 40-60+
Passenger Mix: Mainly American Children: Accepted

Paul Gauguin Cruises offers luxury cruising combined with the opportunity to discover Tahiti, French Polynesia and the South Pacific aboard a ship built for the destination.  Now part of Pacific Beachcomber, the leader in French Polynesia luxury destination resorts, cruise fares include gratuities and all drinks.

Paul Gauguin Cruises operates the m/s Paul Gauguin, a luxury cruise ship built specifically to sail the waters of Tahiti, French Polynesia and the South Pacific. Click the picture or ship name to get more details about the ship and its calendar of cruises.

MS
Paul Gauguin
Size: Small
19200 tonnes
Rating: Luxury
Built: 1998


NEXT SAILINGS

Tahiti & Society Islands
30 September 2017
From 4048 cruise only
for 9 nights

Cook Islands & Society Islands
06 October 2017
From 4575 cruise only
for 14 nights

Society Islands & Tuamotus
18 October 2017
From 4280 cruise only
for 12 nights

Tahiti & Society Islands
28 October 2017
From 3691 cruise only
for 9 nights

Tahiti & Society Islands
04 November 2017
From 3476 cruise only
for 9 nights
 
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