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M/S Paul Gauguin

Capacity
332
Crew
217
Tonnage
19,200
Length
153.6 m
First voyage
1997
Decks
7

The M/S Paul Gauguin is a cruise ship operated by Paul Gauguin Cruises. She was completed in 1997 under the Radisson Seven Seas Cruises, which became Regent Seven Seas Cruises in the spring of 2006. She operates primarily in the South Pacific. The ship was acquired in 2009 by Pacific Beachcomber.

M/S Paul Gauguin is the company’s flagship operating the South Pacific cruises. Currently, the cruise liner takes 7-11 Night sailings calling at the ports of Tahiti, French Polynesia, and the Cook Islands. The ship offers luxurious oceanview staterooms, almost 70% of which have private... Read more

M/S Paul Gauguin

Capacity (DO): 
332
Crew: 
217
Tonnage: 
19,200
Length: 
153.6 m
Beam: 
21.6 m
First voyage: 
1997
Decks: 
7

The M/S Paul Gauguin is a cruise ship operated by Paul Gauguin Cruises. She was completed in 1997 under the Radisson Seven Seas Cruises, which became Regent Seven Seas Cruises in the spring of 2006. She operates primarily in the South Pacific. The ship was acquired in 2009 by Pacific Beachcomber.

M/S Paul Gauguin is the company’s flagship operating the South Pacific cruises. Currently, the cruise liner takes 7-11 Night sailings calling at the ports of Tahiti, French Polynesia, and the Cook Islands. The ship offers luxurious oceanview staterooms, almost 70% of which have private balconies. Three dining venues, a pool, Spa and beauty services, a fitness center, a library, several cozy bars and lounges, a casino, and many other Paul Gauguin’s onboard amenities are intended to make your voyage comfortable and eventful.

Besides, M/S Paul Gauguin gives her guests a unique opportunity to enjoy the cruise line’s private beach on a motu off the coast of Bora Bora.

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Attractions on M/S Paul Gauguin


Dive Desk

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You may sign up for a SCUBA dive or training session at the Dive Desk.

Bridge

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Reception

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Located on Deck 4, the reception desk is staffed around the clock to answer your questions and provide general assistance. It also presents both the ship’s and our guests’ documentation to the loca...

Captain's Reception Lounge

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Office

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Pool Bar

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Cool off in the refreshing water, grab a cocktail from the adjacent Pool Bar, or take in the scenery from a comfortable lounge chair.

Travel Desk

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Book shore excursions, arrange travel plans, and more.

Pool

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Cool off in the refreshing water.

Marina Access

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Our specially designed watersports platform turns the ship into your headquarters for all kinds of adventures on the water. It’s as easy as descending to sea level and hopping aboard a windsurfer o...

Le Grill

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When your day’s plans call for a more casual dining experience, join us at Le Grill, located by the pool and offering a buffet breakfast, grilled lunch favorites, salads, and fresh tropical fruit. ...