The 332-passenger Paul Gauguin cruise ship has undergone a $7 million renovation.
The refit took place during a recent 10-night crossing from Tahiti to Brisbane, Australia, and an 11-night drydock that followed.
Upgrades included new flooring and carpeting, furniture, window treatments, decorative wall panels and signage.
Staterooms and suites received new teak railings on balconies and new bathroom floors. The casino was expanded, and the entrance of La Veranda restaurant was redesigned.
Pacific Beachcomber owns Paul Gauguin Cruises as well as six resorts in French Polynesia.
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