Paul Gauguin Cruises is a cruise line which currently operates with the award winning ship the Paul Ganguin. The Paul Ganguin cruise ship is well known for its cruises in the South Pacific and French Polynesia.

Paul Gauguin cruises is owned by Pacific Beachcomber which is famous for its hotels in French Polynesia. Paul Gauguin Cruises was established when it took over the management of the cruise ship the Paul Gauguin. The Paul Gauguin cruise ship was previously owned by the Regent Seven Seas Cruises from its unveiling to 2009.
The Paul Gauguin cruise ship has undergone more than $31 million in enhancements since it was taken over by Paul Gauguin Cruises. The Paul Ganguin can accommodate 332 passengers. It has an experienced staff of 217 people to take care of the passengers.

It also offers spacious suites and staterooms coupled with five star services. There is also water sports marina, three dining venues with open seating and a spa which offers various treatments as well as private massages. The Cruisers Choice Award in the category of best dining on a small ship for the year 2011 was awarded to the ship. The ambience of the ship is very laidback. There is also a troupe known as the Gauguin’s. The troupe is primarily composed of local Tahitians who function as storytellers, entertainers and staff and they add a unique Tahitian flavor to the whole cruise. Paul Gauguin Cruises are also expanding their fleet. They have acquisitioned a new ship christened as The Moana. The ship is currently undergoing extensive renovation and will begin sailing in December 2012 to Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean.

Paul Gauguin cruises operates cruises to some exotic locations mainly in the South Pacific. Currently the Paul Gauguin sails to the Cook Island, the Society Islands, Tahiti, Tonga, Tuamotus, Marquesas, New Zealand and Fiji. The itineraries are usually of a period of seven to fifteen days.

Paul Gauguin Cruises appeals to a wide category of people. There are a lot of people celebrating their honeymoons mixed with some senior citizens enjoying their life. Travelers who embarked on a once in a lifetime cruise are also found enjoying the cruise.

There is a huge difference between enjoying a cruise on the Paul Gauguin cruise ship and any other ship. The ship boasts of the highest crew to guest ratios among the many ships at sea. This directly translates into better service to guests. All the cabins on the ship have a view of the ocean and almost 70 percent of them have balconies. The ship offers a SCUBA certification program and also has a youth program named Ambassadors of the Environment. A cruise on the ship starts from a very reasonable price of $4,279. And that’s not all, the best part is the fare is all inclusive and includes the following 24 hours complimentary room service, complimentary in room dining, complimentary in room channels and movies, complimentary beverages including wines, spirits, bottled water, and tea and coffee and all onboard gratuities. So why travel on any other cruise when you can travel with Paul Gauguin.