Paul Gauguin Cruises’ main focus is the paradise isles of the South Pacific. Their flagship vessel, MS Paul Gauguin, was built specifically to sail the South Pacific and offers a true taste of the region, with many crew members who call French Polynesia home. Alongside attentive service, they have entertainment and cuisine with a distinct Polynesian flair and a great-value all-inclusive package.

What's included:

All meals in all dining venues on board, drinks including selected wines and spirits, beers, soft drinks, bottled water, and hot beverages served throughout the ship, in-suite fridge replenished daily with soft drinks, beer, and bottled water, 24-hour room service, gratuities.

Dress code:

The dress code on board is casual throughout the day and into the night. Evenings on board are elegant yet not formal; however gentlemen may wish to bring a blazer to wear at the Captain's Welcome Reception.

Why Paul Gauguin?

  • They offer all inclusive cruises with all meals, snack and drinks – including soft drinks, beer, select wine varieties and select spirits – included in the price of your holiday
  • The MS Paul Gauguin was purpose built to sail in French Polynesia’s shallow waters
  • Just like the destination you are exploring, the atmosphere on board is informal and laid-back
  • You can learn to dive during your cruise, with the MS Paul Gauguin being the only luxury ship offering PADI courses in French Polynesia
  • All the cabins have an ocean view, with the majority of staterooms (70%) featuring a balcony
  • The dress code is as laid-back as the atmosphere with casual dress throughout the day and into the evening
  • The MS Paul Gauguin has a capacity of just 332 passengers and one of the highest crew to passenger ratios on the seas

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