See heavenly Tahiti on the Paul Gauguin

PG Cruises’ 332-passenger Paul Gauguin is the most luxurious ship to sail Tahiti on a year-round basis. It was specially designed for the region’s shallow waters and small harbours. All-inclusive features such as complimentary alcohol and water sports equipment make cruising an affordable way to visit Tahiti.
The ship underwent a $6 million (all figures U.S.) enhancement to bring it to six-star level (2012 Stern’s Guide) and was one of the 2011 Top Five Small Luxury cruise ships (Conde Nast Traveler). Much of the accolades are thanks to the food, featuring recipes by chef Jean-Pierre Vigato, who is famous for his two-star Michelin restaurant Apicius in Paris. There are also 217 crew giving it a 1:1.5 crew to passenger ratio, resulting in supreme service.
PG has about 11 Tahiti cruises ranging from seven to 17 nights, starting at $3,997 per person, including free round trip airfare from Los Angeles. Ports of call include Bora Bora, Fakarava, Huahine, Moorea, Taha’a and more. Shore excursions cost extra and passengers should consider an overnight stay in an over-water bungalow at Pearl Resorts & Spa for a uniquely Tahitian land experience.
The line also offers special packages for celebrations such as a honeymoon, renewal of vows and anniversaries. Prices range from $250 to $500 and include a ceremony, photo, champagne, cake, flowers and more. Ship details include all oceanview staterooms, complimentary fine wines and premium spirits, gratuities included, dive program, Jean-Michel Cousteau lecture program, two elegant restaurants and a poolside grill, plus a pool, hot tub, spa and gym. http://www.pgcruises.com or call 1-800-848-6172.
February 2012

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