Paul Gauguin Cruises: Highly Rated in the South Pacific

Paul Gauguin Cruises has quite a lot of things going for it at the moment. It is one of the highest rated cruise lines in the South Pacific, receiving excellent  feedback from their guests. 

Fine Dining – French Cuisine

While the year-round destinations of the M/S Paul Gauguin are tempting enough, guests just can’t get over the food that’s served on this cruise ship. While you’re admiring Tahiti or the French Polynesia, you can also munch on the finest wines and French Cuisine served from any one of the cruise ship’s three restaurants. The L’Etoile serves ala carte dinners for all of its guests. You can just drop by any night during your cruise as there are no reservations necessary.

For breakfast, admire the view and fill up your plates at the La Veranda’s buffet. While the dining experience here is definitely more casual, that doesn’t mean that the food is any less fine. If there’s a weakest link among meals onboard the M/S Paul Gauguin, it is lunch. Still, the mix of tex mex, Italian, French, German and Pacific delicacies satisfy majority of the passengers.

The Le Grille is open during all three meal times, and it also served buffet breakfast and lunch. During the evening, it’s converted into the Pacific Grill, serving grilled seafood and red meats. Because of the popularity of the restaurant, however, you will have to call for reservations. An impressive array of red and white wines is also served with meals. These are complimentary for packaged meals, depending on your cruise package’s inclusions.

Cruise Destinations and Amenities

Paul Gauguin Cruises offers a variety of attractive destinations to the South Pacific including Tahiti, the Society Islands, Tuamotus, Cook Islands, Marquesas, Eastern New Zealand, Bora Bora and more. The cruises run for seven to 14 nights, depending on the cruise’s route. You’ll have to check their website for dates, though, because this particular cruise line only has one vessel.

The M/S Paul Gauguin is very impressive, though, with spacious staterooms and regal suites. The line is a popular choice for honeymooners. Some of the suites offer 360-degrees view of the ocean and more than 70% of the rooms open to a balcony. There is also a Spa and Fitness Center, and activities for adults as well as children if there are any onboard.  The M/S Paul Gauguin does have shore excursions which may interest young adults.

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