Paul Gauguin Cruises, operator of ms Paul Gauguin - the highest-rated and longest continually sailing luxury cruise vessel in the South Pacific, announced a ship renovation including luxurious enhancements that took place during Gauguin’s drydock ending on March 9 in Singapore.
MS Gauguin is outfitted with a look specially designed by Studio Jean-Philippe Nuel evoking South Seas elegance and the storied islands the iconic vessel sails. The refurbishment enhanced the historical interior of the ship made of dark woodworks and strengthens local identity. The palette incorporates lagoon shades, a range of natural tones, warm colour touches, woven textiles, and organic patterns. Traditional artwork and exotic panoramas transport passengers into the local environment.
Gauguin’s staterooms and suites, as well as all public spaces, were renovated: 3 restaurants, Piano Bar, Le Grand Salon, La Palette Lounge, Spa & Salon, Pool Deck, Boutique, Lobby/Reception area.
To accompany the renovation, amenities were enhanced for a full passenger experience. Vacationers can enjoy complimentary unlimited Wi-Fi as well as a virtual museum of 150+ paintings of artist Paul Gauguin during their cruise. The new enhancements will provide passengers of The Gauguin a more luxurious, all-inclusive experience, encompassing dining in all 3 of the restaurants and 24-hour room service; onboard gratuities; complimentary beverages - select wines, beer, and spirits.
Itineraries following the refurbishment include 7-night Tahiti and Society Islands; 10-night Society Islands and Tuamotus; 11-night Cook Islands and Society Islands; and 14-night Marquesas, Tuamotus and Society Islands cruises.
Passengers have exclusive access to the cruise line’s private island Motu Mahana, as well as a private beach on Bora Bora. Paul Gauguin offers a range of outdoor activities embracing the wonders of the South Pacific like paddleboarding, snorkeling, kayaking, and SCUBA diving excursions.