New & Noteworthy

Meet the re-imagined m/s Paul Gauguin.

The m/s Paul Gauguin recently underwent renovations in February of 2021, ushering in a new chapter of adventure in Polynesia. New décor enriches the guest experience while sailing through the turquoise lagoons of Tahiti, French Polynesia, Fiji, and the South Pacific. Shades of blue, taupe, green, and pearl complement warm wood finishes, woven textiles, Polynesian motifs, and stylish gold accents. Plus, all promenades feature new carpets, furniture, and textiles.

With the renovations come a few new spaces, too, including the addition of a Reading Nook in lieu of the casino. Additionally, the ship’s hospital has undergone technical advancements. Complimentary Wi-Fi has been added to the already extensive list of all-inclusives available aboard m/s Paul Gauguin.

Island Bliss

The perfect introduction—or reintroduction—to the postcard-perfect charms of the South Pacific and the m/s Paul Gaugin is a seven-night sojourn to destinations that played muse for author James A. Michener, painter Paul Gauguin, and many more.

Slow down and let stress float away on secluded Huahine, where relaxation is the only item on your to-do list. Explore the local village on foot. Wander through lush rainforests. Float in crystal-clear lagoons.

Live the life idyllic with a memorable day on Motu Mahana. On this exclusive islet, treat yourself to sand between your toes, the shade of swaying palm trees, a sumptuous barbecue lunch, and cocktails served in coconut shells.

Enjoy an overnight in Bora Bora and spend time exploring this laid-back destination’s dramatic mountain peaks, romantic lagoons, and crystal-clear waters.

Sustainability Highlights

In 2019, Paul Gauguin Cruises eliminated its use of heavy fuel oil on m/s Paul Gauguin and began to offset 150% of the ship’s carbon emissions. In an ongoing effort to minimize impact on the environment, a new water treatment system, consumption optimization, and energy-saving initiatives have been added to the vessel’s operations.

In addition to the energy-saving and cosmetic updates aboard m/s Paul Gauguin, guests can enjoy decorative screens featuring Paul Gauguin’s artwork throughout the ship, one of which resides in Fare Tahiti, the ship’s museum. Passengers have the unique opportunity to witness 150 Gauguin paintings and read annotations on his work.

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