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A wonderful Family5.0 November 2014
A wonderful Family run business ideal for choosing your next holiday or get away I definitely recommend Light Blue Travel a well established company.
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|Tours||4 Trips||2 Trips|
|Average Trip Price Per Day||$ 434||$ 277|
|Operator Type||Small Ship & Expedition Cruise Line||Group Tour Operator|
|Size||Local Specialist||Global Operator|
|Headquarters||Bellevue, WA United States||Cambridge, United Kingdom|
Paul Gauguin Cruises sails award-winning luxury cruise ships, owned by Pacific Beachcomber S.C., an operator to luxury destination resorts in French Polynesia for more than 25 years.
What Makes Them Stand Out?
Its cruises’ award-winning Polynesian hospitality aims for an attention to detail, which delivers a personalized, luxury experience. Every sail also offers live entertainment and hosting activities, which bring Polynesian culture to life on board. The Gauguin is one of the only luxury ships in French Polynesia to offer PADI SCUBA diving programs.
Who Travels With Them?
Paul Gauguin cruises are open to families, couples, solo travelers, and groups.
Where Do They Operate?
Paul Gauguin Cruises operates in the Caribbean, Fiji, Indonesia, Tahiti, and French Polynesia. They also offer transatlantic cruises.
Why Travel With Them?
Paul Gauguin Cruises operates the longest continually sailing cruise ship in the South Pacific—The Gauguin. It was recognized by Condé Nast Traveler on its “Top Small Ships” list, 15 years in a row.