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Paul Gauguin
Like Paul Gauguin setting out for Tahiti and Polynesia, we seek that mysterious world of light, free and beautiful, without thoughts of tomorrow. To this spirit we dedicate the 320-guest m/s Paul Gauguin. Discover a world where mind and body are in harmony with nature and the spirit soars. Where every morning, you awake refreshed in a setting where body and spirit are revitalized and rejuvenated. Sail with us aboard the new m/s Paul Gauguin and share our passion for the most beautiful islands on earth.

The origins of the m/s Paul Gauguin lie in France with the vision of a luxury vessel designed to sail in French Polynesia on a year-round basis. The owners joined forces with Regent Seven Seas Cruises to develop this vision and dream. While remaining faithful to its French origins, the m/s Paul Gauguin incorporates the six-star standards of service and comfort for which Regent Seven Seas is renowned, and features spacious staterooms (50% with private balconies), a state-of-the-art marina, single seating dining, an extensive spa and much more. The ship was built in the prestigious Chantiers de l'Atlantique in St. Nazaire, France, made her inaugural Polynesian cruise in January 1998, and proudly flies the French flag.

Sailing on seven-night voyages from Papeete, Tahiti, the m/s Paul Gauguin visits five idyllic islands which the artist celebrated over and over again in his paintings. This remarkable vessel is an extension of the informal, relaxing environment of Polynesia, interpreted with American attention to luxury and comfort and French flair for casual sophistication. Designed to be in harmony with the natural beauty of the islands and its culture, the atmosphere aboard radiates warmth, informality and openness. Here, the constraints of formal wear, tuxedos and ties are forgotten and the only dress code is relaxation.

So, come join us in our island paradise which is closer than you imagined... and more than you dreamed.
Paul Gauguin Facts
Date Launched: 01/08/1998
Registry: Wallis & Futuna
Officers: French/European
Crew Members:211
Complement: 206
Gross Tons: 18800.0
Length (ft.): 513
Beam (ft.): 71
Passengers: 320
Dinner Seatings: 1
Cuisine: French, Contemporary
Dress Code: Casual Elegance
Room Service:Yes
Tipping: Included in fare
Outdoor Pools: 1
Fitness Center: Yes
Spa: Yes
Beauty Salon: Yes
Showroom: Yes
Bars/Lounges: 4
Casino: Yes
Shops: Yes
Library: Yes
Child Program: No
Self-service Laundry: No
Elevators: 4
Suites: 19
Outside Doubles: 142
Singles Surcharge: $995-200%

Regent Paul Gauguin Activities

  • Fare Tahiti Gallery, featuring Polynesian art and artifacts, will introduce you to the islands' colorful heritage
  • Special lecturer to enhance your experience and provide fascinating insights and a greater understanding of the Polynesian people
  • Exciting folkloric shows featuring the arts of the islands are given on board
  • Outdoor pool
  • Fitness Center features a full range of exercise equipment
  • Carita, for the ultimate refreshment of body and soul, the premier name in beauty in Paris, to create and operate our on-board spa
  • Watersports are a highlight of the Polynesian experience. The ship's small size allows it to navigate in shallow lagoons and narrow channels where larger ships may not sail. With the specially designed retractable watersports platform, guests may descend to sea level where they can conveniently hop aboard a windsurfer, launch a kayak, try a little waterskiing or set out for a SCUBA diving expedition. A scuba certification program is offered on board.

Regent Paul Gauguin Entertainment

Watch spectacular performances such as an electrifying Polynesian show featuring the arts of the islands in the main lounge. One night it might be the soaring cappella harmonies of himene songs. Another might feature a thrilling performance of ote'a - a complex line dance accompanied by drums telling the ancestral legends of the Polynesian people. Later on in your cruise, you'll have a chance to learn how to dance in true Polynesian style from our wonderful Gauguines performers.

Sing along at the piano bar in this spectacular observation lounge atop the ship. At night it's transformed into a romantic nightclub where a chanteuse sings the Parisian blues and couples sway on the indoor/outdoor dance floor.

On any evening, pulses run high in the Le Casino with its blackjack tables and roulette wheel. Or when Cognac and cigars are in order, the Connoisseur Club provides a warmly relaxing environment, much like a favorite private club in London. Have a glass of port at the bar or pick your favorite smoke from the humidor.

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