|Hawaii and South Pacific|
|Year Built||1998||Capacity||332||Meeting Rooms||No|
|Handicap Cabins||N/A||Theaters||1||Internet Cafe||Yes|
Stateroom: 202 sq. ft. Veranda : 37 sq. ft. Balcony Staterooms ending in 6 or 8 can accommodate a third guest in a loveseat convertible (except 7006 & 766). Stateroom 7006 (stateroom 206 sq. ft. balcony 37 sq. ft.) features a very small bathroom with shower only.
Stateroom: 332 sq. ft. Veranda: 197 sq. ft. Paul Gauguin Suite (801), Flora Tristan Suite (802). Grand Suites can accommodate up to 4 guests by adding 2 berths with cribs or roll-aways. Grand Suites includes butler service
# Stateroom: 531 sq. ft. # Veranda: 57 sq. ft. # Owner's Suite 7002 can accommodate up to 4 guests by adding 2 berths with a queen-sized sofa bed. # Bathroom includes a full size tub and dressing area. Owner's Suite includes butler service
200 sq. ft. with two portholes
Stateroom: 300 sq. ft. Veranda: 58 sq. ft. Tahiti Suite (709), Pont Avent Suite (710), Atuona Suite (711), Arles Suite (712). A Veranda Suites can accommodate up to 4 guests by adding 2 berths with cribs or roll-aways.
Stateroom: 249 sq. ft. Veranda: 56 sq. ft. B Veranda Staterooms can accommodate a third guest by adding a roll-away. Stateroom 7003 features a shower stall with no tub.
200 sq. ft. with picture window Window Staterooms ending in 5, 6, or 8 (except 415) can accommodate a third guest in a loveseat convertible. Stateroom 415 is slightly larger (225 sq. ft.), is wheelchair accessible, and can accommodate a third guest by adding a roll-away.
Nowhere else is the French art de vivre â the art of living â 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 youâll 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.
Greet the sun with a buffet breakfast at Le Grill. Or enjoy lunch by the pool on a choice of grilled favorites, salads and fresh tropical fruits. At night Le Grill is transformed into a cozy indoor/outdoor restaurant serving grilled specialties in a more casual atmosphere. Dinner reservations are required at Le Grill.
La Veranda's floor to ceiling windows, indoor and al fresco seating, and refined atmosphere make it the perfect place to enjoy breakfast and lunch.
In both reality and the popular imagination no other country has approached France in terms of elevating its cuisine to a high art form. At dinner, La Veranda is transformed into an elegant French Bistro offering the finest in French cuisine, wine selections and ambiance. The Paul Gauguin chefs have created a menu for La Veranda not merely to explore the culinary highways and byways of France but to provide an extraordinary dining experience that captures the very essence of the country.
Dinner reservations are required in La Veranda.
With a variety of luxurious amenities and unique activities, your days aboard ship are sure to match the splendor of your stunning French Polynesian surroundings. For the ultimate in relaxation and rejuvenation, discover our luxury spa.
Paul Gauguin is home to an award-winning luxury spa. With its unrivalled approach to spa and beauty, services are tailored uniquely to the needs of each individual. Designed as a luxurious refuge from everyday stresses, our spa combines the art of gentle pampering with an extensive range of physical regimens including health and revitalization. Treatments include skin care therapies, skin exfoliating, massage, reflexology, aromatherapy, body wraps, facials and beauty treatments.
Dive into the blue and come face to face with a colorful parade of marine life, from magnificent parrot fish and clownfish to stately sea turtles. Your first dive into crystal-clear waters will spoil you for anything else under the sun-or the seven seas.
Watersports are a highlight of the Polynesian experience, and the m/s Paul Gauguin is constructed to take full advantage of these irresistible waters, with accessibility to ports and adventures that other ships can't offer. The ship's small footprint enables it to navigate lagoons that larger ships would never dare to enter. And our retractable, onboard Watersports Marina brings you down to sea level, where you can hop aboard a windsurfer, launch a kayak, try waterskiing, or embark on our Zodiac for optional diving adventures.
Even if you've never been diving, you can take advantage of our onboard scuba lessons. The m/s Paul Gauguin is the only luxury ship in French Polynesia to offer PADI certification onboard for novice divers as well as classes at all levels, from snorkeling to advanced scuba diving techniques, supervised by our own staff of PADI dive masters. For the convenience of our guests, all necessary equipment, including an air compressor to refill scuba tanks, is onboard.