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Paul Gauguin

The Paul Gauguin is a ship designed specifically to provide an informal, relaxing environment reminiscent of the islands that it visits! Comfort, luxury, and six-star service abound on this finely appointed vessel, which sails Tahiti and the South Pacific in true Regent Seven Seas tradition! Spacious suites and staterooms, a watersports marinea, and three open-seating dining venues are among its amenities; the ship also has an extensive spa! With its warm atmosphere and a staff of entertainers, your journey on this fine vessel will be unforgettable!

Activities on Paul Gauguin

On the Paul Gauguin, shipboard activities have been taken to the next level! You'll find everything you'd expect to find on a cruise - table tennis, duty-free boutiques, a library, a computer room, and more - but this ship has some tricks up its sleeve! The vessel has its own watersports platform - this amazing innovation descends to sea level so guests can hop on a windsurfer, a kayak, go waterskiing, or even go scuba diving! The ship also offers a scuba certification program! For the kids, there's the Ambassadors of the Environment program, a unique program that introduces the young travelers in your family to extraordinary natural wonders, all while educating them about innovative ways to preserve the environment back home! Hands-on experiences are a huge part of this learning process, and parents are encouraged to join in the fun! You can enrich your mind in other ways too, since the ship offers lectures, classes and workshops on a variety of subjects. The ship is also equipped with a fitness center, an aerobics room, weight machines, and also a spa! You can rejuvenate your body and mind with any of the unique spa treatments offered, including body wraps, facials, aromatherapy, massage, and more!

Dining / Food on Paul Gauguin

Fine dining is a feature of the Paul Gauguin - enjoy a meal at one of the three onboard restaurants, each with a unique style and menu! La Veranda, which requires reservations, is a restaurant with a special menu created by chefs at Le Cordon Bleu; French cuisine is served artfully, in style, and every dish is as delicious as the next! Le Grill is an outdoor buffet that is poolside - enjoy a buffet breakfast in the morning sun, or a lunchtime meal by the pool overlooking the water! By night, it has indoor and outdoor seating with a menu full of grilled specialties! L'Etoile serves French cuisine with a Polynesian twist; the decor of this fine restaurant makes it an intimate, romantic place to dine. Don't forget, the ship also has 24-hour room service available, so you can enjoy each meal of the day in the comfort of your suite if you choose to do so!

Entertainment on Paul Gauguin

On the Paul Gauguin, entertainment is a specialty. Le Grand Salon is a performance venue with acts that showcase polynesian arts - acapella harmonies of himene songs, ote-a (a complex line dance with traditional drumming that depicts the Polyesian culture and legends), and also Polynesian dance lessons! La Palette Lounge features a piano bar with singalong events; this spectacular observation lounge transforms into a romantic nightclub with Parisian blues music and an indoor/ooutdoor dance floor! As the evening progresses, enjoy a game of chance at the casino, which has all of your favorite games from Vegas - and also has a full bar and a piano entertainer! Every night can be unique on this amazing ship, so get ready for the trip of a lifetime!

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Paul Gauguin Fast Facts
Maiden Voyage 1997
Ships Registry The Bahamas
Officer Nationality International
Crew Nationality International
Tonnage (GRT) 19,200
Length 513'
Beam 122
Passenger Capacity 320
Number of Crew 215
Passenger Decks 7
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