Paul Gauguin in Tahiti
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Paul Gauguin in Tahiti
 
Paul Gauguin Balcony Stateroom
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Paul Gauguin Balcony Stateroom
 
Paul Gauguin Dining Room
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Paul Gauguin Exterior
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Paul Gauguin Guests in Tahiti
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Paul Gauguin Owners Suite
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The Gauguin

Luxury Cruises with Paul Gauguin

The Gauguin takes its name from the French painter who spent the last years of his life in Tahiti. This intimate, 332-passenger vessel was specifically designed to cruise the South Pacific and is the highest-rated luxury cruise ship sailing these isles, renowned for their beauty. A much-loved troupe known as Les Gauguines - Tahitians who serve as staff, entertainers and storytellers - add an authentic touch to life on board. New voyages for 2015 include a 10-night round-trip voyage from Fiji visiting a variety of ports in New Caledonia and Vanuatu.

The eight grades of accommodation include Owner's Suites, Grand Suites and Veranda Suites as well as Veranda, Balcony, Window and Porthole Staterooms. All feature ocean views and nearly 70 per cent have private balconies. Guests who book Veranda Staterooms or higher receive in-suite bar service, an iPod music system, and the service of a butler who can unpack your bags, make appointments for you at the Deep Nature Spa by Algotherm, or arrange a private car or lunch reservation in port. Best of all, the Gauguin offers an all-inclusive experience, with gratuities, soft drinks, and select wines and spirits all included in the cruise fare.

Restaurants range from elegant traditional to casual al fresco, all offering open seating. There's the French-Polynesian L'Etoile; La Veranda, which at night becomes a French Bistro featuring menus designed by Jean-Pierre Vigato, chef-proprietor of Michelin-starred Parisian restaurant Apicius; and the casual Grill. The Gauguin also features a watersports marina where you can snorkel, kayak or windsurf. This is the only luxury ship in French Polynesia to offer PADI scuba-diving certification on board. Nightly entertainment is sublime and draws upon the traditions of the South Pacific.

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