At the turn of the century, impressionist Paul Gauguin traveled to the tropical shores of French Polynesia to create some of his most renowned masterpieces. Today his namesake, the m/s Paul Gauguin, transports you to the same romantic Tahitian vacation paradise - to explore, experience and escape. With the freedom to discover the exotic ports of the South Pacific without limitation, your cruise aboard m/s Paul Gauguin will fulfill your every dream and expectation.
Special of the week: Tahiti & Society Islands Cruise
Paul Gauguin was inspired by them, Rogers & Hammerstein immortalized them in song, and James Mitchener wrote, "Anyone who has ever been there wants to go back."
Nowhere else is the French art de vivre - the art of living - more evident than in the sensory pleasures of our moveable feasts. Of course, at every meal select wines are generously poured, compliments of the house. All part of the legendary tasting and temptings that you'll encounter aboard our ship. Ask any former guest of Paul Gauguin... THIS IS THE FINEST FOOD SERVED IN THE SOUTH SEAS.
Enjoy fine French cuisine with a Polynesian accent amid the classic furnishings and fluted shell lighting reminiscent of one of the refined dining establishments in Paris. Here delectable cuisine is artfully presented and guests receive the most diligent attention.
Le Grand Salon
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 acappella 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 in your cruise, you'll have a chance to learn how to dance in true Polynesian style from our wonderful Gauguines performers.
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I don't think Gauguin can sue--his copyright is expired.
The man on the album cover is looking at the lady in an extremely sleazy way
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Guitarists sometimes don't like it when they see guys studying their fingering technique so they can steal it.
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