5 Reasons to Sail on Paul Gauguin
The Gauguin, a flagship of Paul Gauguin cruises, was designed for luxury, comfort, and intimacy. As a small cruise-liner it can travel through the shallow depths of the South Pacific and provide travelers entry to exclusive ports that are inaccessible to larger cruise ships. The cruise is specially tailored for guests to experience the wonders of Tahiti, the South Pacific, and Fiji. Here are the top 5 reasons for sailing on PG cruises.
1. It’s a small-ship cruiser’s dream, holding only 332 passengers.
If you are looking for a cruise liner that exudes luxury and intimacy, The Gauguin provides the feelings of escape and relaxation. It’s award-winning service is recognized with such accolades as “World’s Best Small-Ship Cruise Line” and “World’s best Small-Ship for families.”
2. Extraordinary value in luxury cruising with all-inclusive onboard services
With complimentary 24-hour room service, full entertainment programs (including live music and Polynesian performances), choice of on-board meals, and complimentary beverages through the ship, you will be in paradise.
3. Exceptional services with a guest to crew ratio of 1.5 to 1 staffing
Paul Gauguin cruises care deeply about guests and maximizing the experience of Polynesia. The cruise itself was created to provide a meaningful and enjoyable adventure that treats guests with the local culture, wonders, and a sense of community.
4. Exclusive retreats on private atolls at Bora Bora and Taha’a
Do you like private beaches? Paul Gauguin cruises offer access to exclusive private beaches off the coast of Taha’a and Bora Bora. You will enjoy various watersports, snorkeling, and bar service along the pristine white-sand beaches.
5. Luxurious cabin accommodations
When we say The Gaugin provides luxury, we mean it. The spacious suites and staterooms provide ultimate comfort with European linens and an in-room refrigerator with beverages. All rooms have ocean views and nearly 70% include balconies.