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Reasons to Sail with Us To Experience the Best


• Paul Gauguin Cruises was named “#1 Small-Ship Cruise Line” and “#1 Small-Ship Cruise Line for Families” in Travel + Leisure’s 2014 World’s Best Awards


• Condé Nast Traveler recognized Paul Gauguin Cruises on its “Top Small Ships” list, 15 years in a row


• Te Gauguin is the longest continually sailing luxury cruise ship in the South Pacific It’s a More Intimate Voyage


• Our small ships were designed to be sleek and nimble, providing unmatched, up-close views of some of the most beautiful destinations on Earth


• Our award-winning Polynesian hospitality embodies warmth and exquisite attention to detail, delivering the type of personalized, luxurious experience you deserve


Exclusive Retreats


• Enjoy complimentary access to Paul Gauguin Cruises private beaches in Taha'a (Motu Mahana), Bora Bora, the Caribbean and Latin America


Signature Programs on The Gauguin


• Les Gauguines and Les Gauguins, our troupe of Polynesian hosts, accompany every sailing, providing unique live entertainment and hosting activities, bringing Polynesian culture to life on board


• Learn more about the area you’re visiting with presentations from local naturalists on every sailing and special guests, like Jean-Michel Cousteau, on select sailings


• Enjoy opportunities to experience the world aquatic with complimentary watersports provided by the ship’s onboard marina or during visits to destination beaches. Te Gauguin is the only luxury ship in French Polynesia to offer PADI SCUBA diving programs


Paul Gauguin Cruises | www.pgcruises.com


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