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Bora Bora


TWO TRADEMARK CRUISE ITINERARIES: Nights


Tropical enlightenment in the South Pacific's premier destinations


Tahiti & the Society Islands —or—


Society Islands & Tahiti Iti


Countless artists and authors have been mesmerized by French Polynesia, 118 islands and atolls that glisten like a strand of prized Tahitian pearls. Let the awe inspire you as it did Herman Melville, James A. Michener, Henri Matisse—and, of course, Paul Gauguin himself.


Five destinations await you over the course of seven days.Te Gauguin brings you an experience unavailable to larger vessels, cozying up in the bays of Tahiti, Huahine, Taha’a, Bora Bora, Moorea, and Tahiti Iti on select itineraries.


Words will never capture the paradisiacal beauty that awaits you at every turn.


Set your heart aglow and immerse your senses with jaw-dropping views painted with dreamlike colors. Tis is the adventure you will never forget.


Paul Gauguin Cruises is exceptional and unique in its offerings. Owned by


French Polynesia’s leading luxury hotel and cruise operator,Te Gauguin draws upon a wealth of resources no other can match. Allow us to bring you into the most authentic, immersive, and complete experience of Tahiti and our most popular ports in these unparalleled itineraries.


[Motu Mahana] Taha’a Huahine Moorea Papeete Tahiti Iti Vairao Vairao is a port stop only on the Society Islands & Tahiti Iti itinerary Paul Gauguin Cruises | www.pgcruises.com 13


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