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11 nights

Cook Islands & Society Islands with m/s Paul Gauguin

Brief itinerary

Papeete- Tahiti, Huahine, Aitutaki, Rarotonga, Bora Bora, Taha'a (Motu Mahana), Moorea, Papeete- Tahiti

Visit the Society Islands, whose spectacular beauty and welcoming culture have been enchanting guests for centuries.

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On this South Pacific Odyssey, you'll discover the isle of Huahine, renowned for its spectacular rain forests. Then experience the unique majesty of the Cook Islands. Arid Aitutaki is virtually flat-so much so that you can spot the ocean from nearly any point on the island, sitting in sharp contrast to sister island Rarotonga's jagged peaks and deep valleys. Rarotonga's fertile slopes of red earth and sparkling aquamarine lagoon call to mind the classic Victorian ideal of paradise. Return to the Society Islands for days in alluring Bora Bora, Taha'a, Moorea, and Papeete.

On the 26 of July cruise lasts 11 days.

Day Port Arrival Dep.
1st Papeete- Tahiti   00:00
2nd Huahine 08:00 17:00
3rd At Sea    
4th Aitutaki 08:00 18:00
5th Rarotonga 09:00 17:00
6th At Sea    
7th Bora Bora 08:00  
8th Bora Bora   23:00
9th Taha'a (Motu Mahana) 09:00 17:00
10th Moorea 08:00  
11th Moorea   17:00
  Papeete- Tahiti 19:30  
12th Papeete- Tahiti 08:00  

• Spacious, oceanview accommodations
• Luxury European linens, feather-down duvets, robes, and  
  cotton slippers
• All shipboard meals, in your choice of venues
• Complimentary room service
• Complimentary beverages, including select wines and    
  spirits, drinks, bottled water, and hot beverages served    
  throughout the ship

Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Bora Bora island is a piece of paradise, an ideal destination for romantic souls. The island is surrounded by a coral reef, which creates a lagoon with calm, shallow, light blue waters. Slopes with rich tropical vegetation, valleys full of flowers and blossoms of hibiscus and palm trees swaying in the wind. Discover the beauty of the island, such as Mount Otemanou, one of the two picks of an extinct volcano that looks like a castle and touches the clouds.

Moorea, French Polynesia

Moʻorea is an island in French Polynesia. From above, the shape of the island vaguely resembles a heart, with its two nearly symmetrical bays opening to the north side of the island: Cook's (or Paopao) Bay and ʻŌpūnohu Bay. Charles Darwin found inspiration for his theory regarding the formation of coral atolls when looking down upon Moʻorea while standing on a peak on Tahiti. He described it as a "picture in a frame", referring to the barrier reef encircling the island. The CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research) maintain a research station at the end of ʻŌpūnohu Bay since about 1970.

Papeete (Tahiti French Poly)

French Polynesia is a group of islands in the Pacific Ocean, part of the French territory. The most famous island of French Polynesia is Tahiti, where is located Papeet. Here you can wonder around and visit on foot all the attractions such as Bougainville Park, the cathedral of Notre Dame, the presidential mansion, the city hall and the papeete market.

Rarotonga, Cook Islands

Rarotonga is the capital island of the Cook Islands and has the largest population. The encircling lagoon is a major tourist draw for Rarotonga and there are resorts and hotels all the way around the island. The most popular areas are the south-eastern corner at Muri where the the lagoon is deep enough for good snorkelling as well as the south and west coasts.

Welcome to Paul Gauguin Cruises

In 1998, the ms/ Paul Gauguin launched on her maiden voyage in the turquoise seas of Polynesia and established the world-renowned standard of excellence synonymous with Pau Gauguin Cruises. Today, our list of idyllic destinations expands across the globe, as our other prized vessel, the m/v Tere Moana, takes guests through Latin American, Caribbean, and European waters.

The desire to discover unspoiled coves and navigate smaller havens that simply cannot be reached by larger craft inspired us to fashion our sleek, intimate fleet of The Gauguin and The Moana. Both ships are steeped in luxury and always leave port with a fresh cache of fine linens, chilled Champagne, and bearings set for the warmest, most exotic places on Earth.

Choose your perfect voyage from our wide-ranging selection of carefully tailored itineraries featuring hidden lagoons, historic gems, balmy trade winds, colorful cultures and cuisines, and, of course, plenty of relaxing downtime. Superior service distinguished by true Polynesian hospitality and by one of the highest crew-to-guest rations at sea ensures that you experience the ultimate romance of a maritime adventure.

We can't wait to Welcome you aboard!

Designed specifically to navigate the lagoons and inlets of Tahiti, the South Pacific and Southeast Asia, the m/s Paul Gauguin extends the informal, relaxing ambiance of the islands throughout the ship, effortlessly blending into the stunning natural beauty of the South Seas. Enjoy the elegant decor in your spacious suite or stateroom - 70% have balconies. Savor gourment Polynesian and international cuiseine in the ship's three open-seating dining venues, or order room service, available 24 hours a day. An onboard casino, luxurious spa, watersports marina, and stage for live entertainment invite you to relax and unwind. And with one of the highest cres-to-guest ratios at sea, this exceptional vessel also promises the ultimate in quality service, comfort, and luxury.

Owner's Suites include Butler service

Category OS 7002 (588 sq. ft.) / Staterooms: 531 sq. ft. / Veranda: 57 sq. ft. Bathroom includes a full-size tub and dressing area.

Category OS 701 (534 sq. ft.) / Staterooms: 457 sq. ft. / Veranda: 77 sq. ft. Bathroom includes a separate shower and a dressing area.

Grand Suite include Butler service

Category GS (529 sq. ft.) / Staterooms: 332 sq. ft. / Veranda: 197 sq. ft.

Paul Gauguin Suite (801) with king-size bed, Flora Tristan Suite (802)

Veranda Suite include Butler service

Category A (358 sq. ft.) / Staterooms: 300 sq. ft. / Veranda: 58 sq. ft. 

Category A 7004 (349 sq. ft.) / Staterooms: 296 sq. ft. / Veranda: 53 sq. ft.

Tahiti Suite (709), Pont Avent Suite (710), Atuona Suite (711), Arles Suite (712) 

Veranda Stateroom include Butler service

Category B (305 sq. ft.) / Staterooms: 249 sq. ft. / Veranda: 56 sq. ft. 

Category B 7003 (303 sq. ft.) / Staterooms: 256 sq. ft. / Veranda: 47 sq. ft.

Stateroom 7003 features s shower stall with no tub.

Balcony Stateroom

Category C & D (239 sq. ft.) / Staterooms: 202 sq. ft. / Veranda: 37 sq. ft. Staterooms ending in 6 & 8 have a third berth (except 7006 & 766). The following state-rooms vary in size and feature shower stall with no tub:

7006 (stateroom 206 sq. ft. - balcony 37 sq. gy.) features a very small bathroom wiht shower only

763 (stateroom 186 sq. ft. - balcnoy 75 sq. ft.)

764 (stateroom 188 sq. ft. - balcnoy 75 sq. ft.)

765 (stateroom 221 sq. ft. - balcnoy 74 sq. ft.)

766 (stateroom 216 sq. ft. - balcnoy 70 sq. ft.)

767 (stateroom 229 sq. ft. - balcnoy 74 sq. ft.)

Window Stateroom

Category E (200 sq. ft. with picture window. Stateroom 415 is slight larger (225 sq. ft.) and is wheelchair accessible

Category F is same size and layaout with two portholes.

Capacity 332 guests / Crew 217 (international) / Lenght 513 / Width 71 / Draft 16,9 / Tonnage 19200 tons / Speed 18 knots / Passenger decks 7

Deck Plan
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