We love taking cruises. There is nothing better than getting together with a few friends, family, or your entire company for some fun on the seas. On board there are the fancy drinks, nice meals, zip lines, pools and water slides to enjoy. Not to mention the occasional dolphins and jellyfish swarms you pass on the way. The best part of it all though, is getting there. No one knows how to get you to the best places in the best way, better than Paul Gauguin Cruises. The award-winning cruise line tours the shallow Pacific Ocean waters to locations like Tahiti, Fiji, and French Polynesia.
Paul Gauguin ships cruise the Pacific year round, and as a smaller bodied fleet, PG ships can access more exotic, remote locations than larger cruise ships. The capacity of the ships are 332 people which ensures you top-level, attentive service. Paul Gauguin luxury cruises have more spacious suites and staterooms than standard cruises, and more than 70% of the rooms have balconies. The luxury continues with onboard water sports marina, three dining venues, top-notch spa, and five star service for each guest.
Local Tahitians also serve as staff and entertainers so that the culture and easy going nature of the islands is felt over the ship. Rooms on Paul Gauguin ships include a 588 sq. ft, Owner’s Suite with veranda, through to the 200 sq. ft. F Porthole Stateroom. All rooms feature ocean view, temperature control, queen size beds, bath with full bath & shower, and many more amenities.
To pass the time on the ship, enjoy Tahitian dancers who teach crafts, perform music, and put on large shows in Le Grand Salon. La Palette Lounge is good for snacks, or a night cap beneath the stars, and play card games, or listen to some cool piano stylings at Le Casino and Piano Bar. There is just so much to enjoy on any Paul Gauguin Cruise that you may not want to leave the ship at port. Visit them online to learn more, and take the cruise of a lifetime.
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