Paul Gauguin Introduces 2019 Cruises

By ,   April 26, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

Paul Gauguin Cruises, which is the operator of the longest continually sailing and highest-rated luxury cruiser in the South Pacific, ms Paul Gauguin, debuts its 2019 Voyages brochure featuring French Polynesia, Fiji, Tahiti, and South Pacific itineraries.

The brochure reveals sailings by Gauguin, which offers a stylish yet casual ambiance, gourmet dining, luxurious accommodations, trademark Polynesian hospitality, along with all-inclusive value. New cruise itineraries, adventures by land and sea, The Gauguin experience, dining venues, private retreats, deck plans, and 2019 sailing schedule are highlighted.

ms Paul Gauguin cruise ship

Paul Gauguin will offer its most sought-after itineraries next year: 14-night Marquesas, Tuamotus & Society Islands, 11-night Cook Islands & Society Islands, 10-night Society Islands & Tuamotus, and 7-night Tahiti & the Society Islands.

The Gauguin will be returning to Fiji, offering 12- and 13-night Fiji, Tonga, Cook & Society Islands trips. The comprehensive sailings follow in the wake of explorers, encompassing the Society Islands, home waters of Gauguin, and the Cook Islands with its exquisite lagoons.

Other highlights include cruising across the International Date Line, a visit to the Kingdom of Tonga, and Fijian islands. The 13-night cruise departs September 7, 2019, with fares from US$7,195 per person. The 12-night departs September 21, 2019, with fares from US$7,045 per person. Both itineraries include roundtrip airfare from LA.

Paul Gauguin Cruises 4th Reunion Cruise due in 2019 features a 14-night Marquesas, Tuamotus & Society Islands sailing, departing April 13 with fares from US$7,795 per person. It presents unique events, special guests, festive dinner, cocktail parties, opportunities to mingle with staff and crew.

On all itineraries, guests receive complimentary access to a couple of Paul Gauguin Cruises exclusive retreats. Off the coast of Taha’a is the islet of Motu Mahana, where passengers can enjoy watersports, Polynesian activities, barbecue feast, and cocktails from floating bars. In Bora Bora, passengers can relax on a private beach and enjoy a game of volleyball, snorkeling, paddleboarding and refreshments.