The all-suite Paul Gauguin ship was designed and built specifically for guests to enjoy the delights of French Polynesia all year round.
Offering beautiful and luxurious accommodation to only 330 guests at one time, the Paul Gauguin has an intimate and relaxed atmosphere.
Six star service
Guests on Paul Gauguin Cruises can expect the same sophisticated interpretation of six star service offered on all Paul Gauguin Cruises.
Sit back and relax
On board the Paul Gauguin, guests are treated to a lifestyle based on the unhurried pace of life on the surrounding archipelago.
The culture and heritage of these fascinating islands permeates the ship, with Polynesian art on display, and knowledgable guest lecturers hosting each cruise. The more active guests can take part in a range of watersports on offer; due to the small size of the ship it is possible to explore close-up the beautiful lagoons surrounding a number of the Polynesian islands. Those preferring to relax can treat themselves to long afternoons in the on-board spas, with facilities to match those of any on shore.
At mealtimes, guests benefit from gourmet cooking in any of the three restaurants on board, serving up Polynesian styled food as well as French and a traditional grill. After sunset, the ship lights up and comes alive as the troupe of Gauguines appear to entertain; part cruise staff, part entertainers and part storytellers finish the day in relaxed style.
Transatlantic East - Q921B
Transatlantic West - M930
Western Europe - Q927