Paul Gauguin Cruises 7 Night Tahiti & Society Islands

  • Roundtrip airfare from Los Angeles to Papeete
  • Meet and greet with flower lei on arrival
  • Transfers to and from Airport and pier
  • Day Room while you wait for your cruise
  • 7 Night Cruise – All shipboard meals, Complimentary room service, Complimentary beverages, including select wines and spirits, beer, soft drinks, bottled water, and hot beverages served, Refrigerator replenished daily with soft drinks, beer, and bottled water, All shipboard entertainment, All onboard gratuities for room stewards and dining staff, La Boutique duty-free shop, Fitness center,watersports including complimentary kayaking, windsurfing, and paddle boarding, piano pool bars

Nearly 70% of suites and staterooms have private balconies, and all feature an ocean view, temperature control, queen-size bed (a limited number can have twin-bed configuration), bathroom with full-size bathtub and shower, bathrobes, slippers, hair dryer, TV, CD/DVD player, personal safe, refrigerator stocked with soft drinks, and more. There is one wheelchair-accessible stateroom, and select staterooms can accommodate three guest

ALL INCLUSIVE CRUISE VACATION PRICES

PORT HOLE VIEW CATEGORY at $11,868 for 2

Same as E but features two portholes instead of a window

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Window Stateroom CATEGORY E at $12,388 for 2

Stateroom: 200 sq. ft. with picture window Window Staterooms ending in 5, 6, or 8 (except 415) can accommodate a third guest in a loveseat convertible. Stateroom 415 is slightly larger (225 sq. ft.), is wheelchair accessible, and can accommodate a third guest by adding a roll-away.

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Balcony Stateroom CATEGORY C,D at $14,988 for 2

239 sq. ft. Stateroom: 202 sq. ft. Veranda : 37 sq. ft.

Balcony Staterooms ending in 6 or 8 can accommodate a third guest in a loveseat convertible (except 7006 & 766).
Stateroom 7006 (stateroom 206 sq. ft. – balcony 37 sq. ft.) features a very small bathroom with shower only.
The following staterooms vary in size and feature shower stall with no tub.
763 (stateroom 186 sq. ft. – balcony 75 sq. ft.); 764 (stateroom 188 sq. ft. – balcony 75 sq. ft.);
765 (stateroom 221 sq. ft. – balcony 74 sq. ft.); 766 (stateroom 216 sq. ft. – balcony 70 sq. ft.);
767 (stateroom 229 sq. ft. – balcony 74 sq. ft.)

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Balcony Veranda Stateroom CATEGORY B $17.968 for 2

CATEGORY B | 305 sq. ft. Stateroom: 249 sq. ft. Veranda: 56 sq. ft. CATEGORY B 7003 | 303 sq. ft.Stateroom: 256 sq. ft.Veranda: 47 sq. ft. B Veranda Staterooms can accommodate a third guest by adding a sofa bed. Stateroom 7003 features a shower stall with no tub.

Category B Staterooms include Butler service

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A Veranda Suite Stateroom CATEGORY A at $20,768 for 2

CATEGORY A | 358 sq. ft. – Stateroom: 300 sq. ft. Veranda: 58 sq. ft. CATEGORY A 7004 | 349 sq. ft. Stateroom: 296 sq. ft. Veranda: 53 sq. ft. 4 Suites available: Tahiti Suite (709), Pont Avent Suite (710), Atuona Suite (711), Arles Suite (712). Veranda Suites can accommodate up to 4 guests by adding 2 berths with cribs or a sofa bed. Category A Suites include Butler service Click on picture for Virtual Terminal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grand Suite Stateroom CATEGORY GS 8 Day Package at $26.968 for 2 CATEGORY GS | 529 sq. ft. – Stateroom: 332 sq. ft. Veranda: 197 sq. ft. Two suites available: Paul Gauguin Suite (801), Flora Tristan Suite (802). Grand Suites can accommodate up to 4 guests by adding 2 berths with cribs or roll-aways. Grand Suites includes Butler service Click on picture for Virtual Termina

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Owner’s Suite 7002 Stateroom CATEGORY OS 7002 8 Day Package at $27,168 for 2

CATEGORY OS 7002 | 588 sq. ft. – Stateroom: 531 sq. ft. Veranda: 57 sq. ft. Owner’s Suite 7002 can accommodate up to 4 guests by adding 2 berths with a queen-sized sofa bed. Bathroom includes a full-size tub and dressing area. Owner’s Suite includes Butler service. Click on picture for Virtual Terminal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TAHITI – BORA BORA SAMPLE ITINERARY

Date

PortArrival TimeDeparture
Saturday – November 11, 2017Papeete, Tahiti, Society IslandsEmbarkation begins at 3:00 pm11:55 pm
Sunday – November 12, 2017Huahine, Society Islands8:00 am5:00 pm
Monday – November 13, 2017Taha’a, Society Islands8:00 am5:00 pm
Tuesday – November 14, 2017Bora Bora, Society Islands8:00 am
Wednesday – November 15, 2017Bora Bora, Society Islands5:00 pm
Thursday – November 16, 2017Moorea, Society Islands8:00 am
Friday – November 17, 2017Moorea, Society Islands5:00 pm
Friday – November 17, 2017Papeete, Tahiti, Society Islands7:30 pm
Saturday – November 18, 2017Papeete, Tahiti, Society Islands8:00 am

Ship Statistics

  • Overall Length: 513 feet (156.5 meters)
  • Beam (width): 71 feet (21.6 meters)
  • Draft: 16.9 feet (5.15 meters)
  • Passengers: 332
  • Officers and Crew: 217
  • Passenger Decks: 7
  • Shipyard: Chantiers de l’Atlantique, Saint Nazaire, France
  • Gross tonnage: 19,200
  • Cruising Speed: 18 knots
  • Ship’s Registry: Bahamas
  • Propulsion System: Diesel Electric
  • Day 1 – Embark the m/s Paul Gauguin in Papeete, Tahiti, Society Islands

    The islands of Polynesia are a gorgeous collection of volcanic atolls strewn across the grand Pacific Ocean, and the island of Tahiti is the largest of all 118. Explore the dynamic dining, nightlife, and shopping in the capital city of Papeete before embarking on The Gauguin.

    Day 2 – Huahine, Society Islands

    Known as “The Garden Island,” Huahine’s lush rainforests and dramatic terrain surround sacred sites and legendary landmarks that are among the best-preserved archeological sites in French Polynesia. If Huahine’s expansive lagoon is calling your name, enjoy a SCUBA diving excursion or picnic on the beach.

    Day 3 – Taha’a (Motu Mahana), Society Islands

    Embark on your choice of exciting shore excursions today, or spend your whole day relaxing on a private beach very own private islet. Enjoy swimming, snorkeling, and kayaking, or simply lounge on the beach with a chilled beverage from our floating bar. Les Gauguines will also be on hand to provide musical entertainment and demonstrate traditional Polynesian crafts. A delicious barbecue lunch is provided.

    Day 4 5 – Bora Bora, Society Islands

    A bucket list destination for many, stunning Bora Bora welcomes you for two full days of exploring lush peaks, white-sand beaches, colorful coral reefs, and romantic lagoons. Experience the natural beauty of the island with an optional snorkeling excursion, sunset jetboat ride, or a helicopter tour that flies you over Bora Bora’s iconic Mount Otemanu. You can also spend time at our private beach which offers volleyball, snorkeling, kayaking and paddleboarding.

    Day 6 – Moorea, Society Islands

    Vibrant colors abound during two leisurely days in Moorea, in everything from fresh fruits and flowers to multi-hued lagoons, and from spectacular mountain peaks to palm-fringed beaches. Shop for local handicrafts, embark on an optional dolphin-watching expedition with a marine biologist, and sample the local pineapples, said to be the most delicious in all of French Polynesia.

    Day 7 – Moorea, Society Islands / Papeete, Tahiti, Society Islands

    Vibrant colors abound on Moorea, in everything from fresh fruits and flowers to multi-hued lagoons, and from spectacular mountain peaks to palm-fringed beaches. Shop for local handicrafts, embark on an optional dolphin-watching expedition with a marine biologist, and sample the local pineapples, said to be the most delicious in all of French Polynesia.

    Day 8 – Disembark in Papeete, Tahiti, Society Islands

    Tahiti’s capital city of Papeete welcomes you back with emerald hillsides, sapphire waters, and warm breezes. If you’re not ready for your South Pacific vacation to end, spend a few days here experiencing resorts, spas, restaurants, nightlife, and shopping.

  • All onboard gratuities included
    • Complimentary beverages including fine wines and premium spirits, soft drinks, bottled water, coffee and tea served throughout the ship
    • Butler service in categories B and above, including in-suite bar setup and SoundDock® for iPod®
    • In-suite mini-bar replenished daily with soft drinks, beer and bottled water
    • State-of-the-art retractable Watersports Marina
    • Onboard optional dive program
    • Onboard lecture program
    • Two elegant restaurants and one pool-side, all with single open-seating dining
    • Well-being and vegetarian selections and special dietetic menus upon request
    • WiFi hotspots throughout the ship
    • Complimentary 24-hour room service
    • Complimentary in-room dining
    • Complimentary in-room movie channels and movies available
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  • ACTIVITIES AND ENTERTAINMENT

    • Watersports Marina – Watersports are a highlight of the Polynesian experience. The ship’s small size allows it to navigate in shallow lagoons and narrow channels where larger ships may not sail. With the specially designed retractable watersports platform, guests may descend to sea level where they can conveniently hop aboard a windsurfer, or launch a kayak, or set out for an optional SCUBA diving expedition. A scuba certification program is offered on board.
    • Exclusive Hideaways for Guests of the Gauguin -Taha’a – Motu Mahana -Off the coast of Taha’a is our own private island of Motu Mahana – ours for the day, the motu is uninhabited except for fellow guests, and those wonderful Gauguines who will welcome guests in song. They will enjoy a beachside barbeque, full bar service on shore as well as the floating bar and a variety of activities such as cooking demonstrations, a chat with a vanilla plantation owner, casual shopping from local vendors, kayaking, snorkeling lessons, pareo dying and more. Or, guests can relax in a lounge under the palm trees or have a motu massage.
    • Exclusive Hideaways for Guests of the Gauguin Bora Bora-Private Beach –Guests have access to our own exclusive private beach on a motu off the coast of Bora Bora where they can enjoy the incredible views of Mount Otemanu & the island of Bora Bora, swim, snorkel, sunbathe or enjoy a game of volleyball.
    • La Boutique duty-free shop
    • Luxurious onboard spa
    • Fitness center
    • Presentations by our onboard naturalists
    • Onboard watersports marina for complimentary kayaking and windsurfing
    • Zodiacs® for optional dive excursions
    • Optional Diving Even if they have never done a SCUBA dive before, as a guest aboard the m/s Paul Gauguin, your clients can come face to face with some of the most spectacular marine life at sea and swim among beautiful, rainbow-colored coral reefs within a matter of hours. The Gauguin’s SCUBA diving excursions are designed for all levels of experience, and we are the only luxury ship in the French Polynesian islands to offer PADI certification onboard for novice divers, as well as refresher courses.
    • Les Gauguines – The Gauguin’s own troupe of Polynesian entertainers
    • Le Grand Salon with stage for live entertainment
    • La Palette – lounge and disco
    • Le Casino
    • Piano Bar
    • Pool Bar

Dining

Nowhere else is the French art de vivre – the art of living – more evident than in the sensory pleasures of our dining options. Of course, at every meal select wines are generously poured, compliments of the house, all part of the legendary tasting and temptations that clients will encounter aboard our ship. Ask any former guest of the Paul Gauguin. This is the finest food served in the South Seas. In both reality and the popular imagination no other country has approached France in terms of elevating its cuisine to a high art form.

  • L’Etoile

L’Etoile is the ship’s main a la carte restaurant, offering a wide range of menus for dinner. In addition to the myriad choices that change on a daily basis, L’Etoile also offers a well-being menu for the health conscious, a daily choice of more simply prepared dishes, and vegetarian options. No reservations are needed for L’Etoile which is located on Deck 5. Clients can enjoy their meal whenever, wherever and with whomever they like. Enjoy fine International cuisine with a Polynesian accent amid the classic furnishings and attentive service reminiscent of one of the refined dining establishments for example, in Paris. Here delectable cuisine is artfully presented and guests receive the most diligent attention.

  • Le Grill

Le Grill is located on Deck 8 and is a casual area on the open deck where a buffet style breakfast and lunch is served. Greet the sun with a buffet breakfast at Le Grill. Or enjoy lunch by the pool with a choice of grilled favorites, salads and fresh tropical fruits. At night Le Grill is transformed into a cozy indoor/outdoor restaurant serving Asian-Pacific specialties in a more casual atmosphere. Dinner reservations are required at Le Grill.

  • La Veranda

La Veranda’s floor to ceiling windows, indoor and al fresco seating, and refined atmosphere make it the perfect place to enjoy breakfast and lunch. Located on Deck 6. At dinner, La Veranda is transformed into an elegant French Bistro offering the finest in French cuisine, wine selections and ambiance. Featured in La Veranda nightly is a tasting menu by two Michelin-starred Chef, Jean-Pierre Vigato of Restaurant Apicius in Paris. Dinner reservations are required in La Veranda. ________________________________________________________________

Entertainment Venues

  • Casino and Piano Bar

On any evening, pulses run high in Le Casino. Or when refreshments are in order, the Piano Bar provides a warmly relaxing environment. Located on Deck 5, the casino is open every day at sea when not restricted by territorial border limits. Hours are listed in the daily program.

  • Le Grand Salon

Watch spectacular performances, such as an electrifying Polynesian show featuring the arts of the islands in the main lounge. One night it might be the soaring acappella harmonies of himene songs. Another might feature a thrilling performance of ote’a – a complex line dance accompanied by drums telling the ancestral legends of the Polynesian people. Later in your cruise, you’ll have a chance to learn how to dance in true Polynesian style from our wonderful Gauguines performers.

  • La Palette Lounge

Sing along at the piano bar in this spectacular observation lounge atop the ship. At night it’s transformed into a romantic nightclub where a chanteuse sings the Parisian blues and couples sway on the indoor/outdoor dance floor

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