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M/S Paul Gauguin

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

MS Paul Gauguin is a cruise ship that was completed in 1997 for Radisson Seven Seas Cruises, which became Regent Seven Seas Cruises in the spring of 2006. It primarily operates in the South Pacific. The ship was acquired in 2009 by Pacific Beachcomber. A 2011 report stated that the ship originally sailed for Regent Seven Seas Cruises but was transferred in January 2010 to Paul Gauguin Cruises. Paul Gauguin Cruises was purchased by Compagnie... 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

MS Paul Gauguin is a cruise ship that was completed in 1997 for Radisson Seven Seas Cruises, which became Regent Seven Seas Cruises in the spring of 2006. It primarily operates in the South Pacific. The ship was acquired in 2009 by Pacific Beachcomber. A 2011 report stated that the ship originally sailed for Regent Seven Seas Cruises but was transferred in January 2010 to Paul Gauguin Cruises. Paul Gauguin Cruises was purchased by Compagnie du Ponant, based in Marseille, France, in 2019. Paul Gauguin Cruises is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington.

Description

Paul Gauguin is 504 feet (154 m) long with a beam of 72 feet (22 m) and a draft of 17.1 feet (5.2 m). The cruise ship has a gross tonnage (GT) 19,200 and is powered by a diesel-electric system giving the vessel a maximum speed of 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph). The ship has seven passenger decks and capacity for 318 guests. Paul Gauguin has a crew of 216. In 2019, it was announced that the vessel would be renovated to use low-sulphur marine gas oil instead of heavy marine fuel.

Career

The vessel was constructed by Chantiers de l'Atlantique in St. Nazaire, France. The cruise ship was launched on 25 April 1997 and completed and delivered on 1 December 1997 to Services et Transports Tahiti of Mata-Utu, French Polynesia. The ship was christened at Port Everglades, Florida on 18 December and sailed for the Pacific the following day.

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Attractions on M/S Paul Gauguin


L'Etoile Restaurant

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Our exquisite main dining room is dressed to impress with perfectly appointed d?cor, fine table linens, and delicate china. Join us every evening for dinner and sample a tantalizing array of expert...

Fitness Center

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Our convenient fitness center is outfitted with the latest fitness equipment, including Lifecycles, treadmills, stair climbers, and weight machines. Other onboard fitness opportunities include a mo...

Deep Nature Spa

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With its unrivaled approach to beauty and rejuvenation, the spa onboard The Gauguin combines the art of gentle pampering with services that are uniquely tailored to the needs and wishes of each ind...

Promenade

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Pharmacy

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La Boutique

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Just steps from your stateroom, find the perfect memento of your South Pacific cruise, like genuine Tahitian black pearl jewelry exclusively designed for Paul Gauguin Cruises, Tahitian vanilla, loc...

Hospital

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Certified medical services.

Fare Tahiti

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Art exhibition.

Stars To Marina On Deck 4

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La Veranda Restauran

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Dine al fresco or enjoy wraparound ocean views from the dining room of La Veranda, where we offer an ever-changing selection of buffet breakfast and lunch items and a la carte options, many of whic...