Paul Gauguin travel42 Professional Ship Review
After a decade of sailing under Regent Seven Seas, the 332-passenger Paul Gauguin began service in January 2010 under Pacific Beachcomber, owner of French Polynesia's InterContinental hotels. It was built in France in 1998 and is based year-round in French Polynesia.
The 19,200-ton, 513-ft ship now flies the Bahamian flag and has spent its entire career in the South Pacific following its delivery from the shipyard. It is named for the artist whose life and work embodied the romanticism of Fre...
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