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The Paul Gauguin was built specifically to sail the waters of Tahiti, French Polynesia and the South Pacific. Launched in 1998, the Gauguin — named for French Post-Impressionist artist Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin, famed for his masterworks set in French Polynesia — is the longest continually operating year-round luxury cruise ship in the South Pacific. No other luxury ship in history has offered this level of single-destination focus and expertise on a year-round basis for such an extended period of time.
Like its sister ship the Gauguin, the Tere Moana specializes in warm-weather destinations, with an emphasis on delivering unique itineraries that larger ships cannot offer and exploring hidden ports throughout these regions. The ship sails during the summer months in Europe and winter in the Caribbean and Latin America.
Children will enjoy the Ambassadors of the Environment Youth Program (for ages 9-17), created by explorer and environmentalist Jean-Michel Cousteau and his Oceans Futures Society. See more details in Eileen Ogintz's article Family cruises on Paul Gauguin Cruises, part of our Family Cruise Guide 2016.
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