Paul Gauguin Cruises unveils schedule for second ship

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Paul Gauguin Cruises announced the 2013 itineraries that the Tere Moana will sail after the yacht enters service in December.

The cruise line acquired the 90-passenger Tere Moana from Compagnie du Ponant, where it currently sails as Le Levant.

The ship is operating under a lease arrangement with Ponant until October, when Gauguin will take delivery.

Following a renovation, the ship will begin sailing as the Tere Moana. Its first departure as a Paul Gauguin Cruises ship will be from St. Martin on Dec. 29.

In early 2013 the ship will sail 13- and 14-night Latin America cruises from St. Martin. Port calls will include Curacao, Aruba, Cartagena, Colombia, and Costa Rica.

In March, and again in November and December, it will operate Eastern Caribbean cruises from St. Martin.

Between April and August the ship will offer a series of seven-night Mediterranean cruises from Barcelona, Rome, Venice, Athens, Istanbul and Lisbon.

Paul Gauguin Cruises currently operates one ship, the Paul Gauguin.

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