travel42 Cruise Ship Review: Paul Gauguin Cruises Tere Moana

Tere Moana travel42 Professional Ship Review

Paul Gauguin Cruises christened the Tere Moana in St. Martin in late 2012. The name Tere Moana translates to Ocean Traveler in Tahitian.

The Tere Moana formerly operated as Le Levant for Compagnie du Ponant. After taking delivery of the ship from Ponant in fall 2012, Paul Gauguin Cruises refurbished it.

Built in 1998, the sleek-looking, yachtlike ship has stabilizers and an ice-strengthened hull. Measuring 330 ft, the 3,500-ton vessel sails with 90 passengers.

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