MS Paul Gauguin's 2024 schedule currently lists a total of 33x voyages (7x different itineraries, including 2x new) visiting destinations in Fiji, French Polynesia, and the South Pacific.
Early bookings receive up to 30% in bonus savings on the all-inclusive fares, which start at USD 2990 per person (with double occupancy) on sailings of 7, 10, 11, and 14 nights in length.
New for season 2024 is the 7-night "More Society Islands & Tahiti" itinerary that visits Raiatea Island (Uturoa, French Polynesia); as well as the 14-night "Islands of the Marquesas & Tuamotus" itinerary with maiden calls to the Marquesas' Hatiheu (Nuku Hiva Island) and Hakahau (Ua Pou Island).
The new sailings join Paul Gauguin's classic itineraries, popular among travelers seeking immersive experiences on a boutique ship popular for her carefree elegance and Polynesian hospitality.
Highlights of the 2024 deployment feature more Bora Bora Island, featured on all 7x itineraries with overnighs on most. A number of itineraries feature overnights in Moorea, and every voyage includes a visit to Motu Mahana (the company's private island off Tahaa Island). Beyond the exploration of the Society Islands destinations, itineraries explore the Fijian isles, the Cook Islands, and the Marquesas. There is a visit to the Kingdom of Tonga, as well as the discovery of Fakarava’s UNESCO-listed Biosphere in the Tuamotus.
MS Paul Gauguin is currently owned and operated by Paul Gauguin Cruises (aka "PG Cruises", Ponant-owned brand). In 1997, the vessel entered service for RSSC-Radisson Seven Seas Cruises (in 2006 renamed Regent Seven Seas Cruises). In 2009, the liner was acquired by Pacific Beachcomber (French Polynesia luxury hotels and resorts operator).