Excellent Service/Tired Ship by DrTarasVerified Review / Sail Date: / Traveled As: Large Group
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Sailing on seven-night voyages from Tahiti, the Paul Gauguin is an extension of the informal, relaxing environment of Polynesia. With American attention to luxury and comfort and a French flair for casual sophistication, the ship radiates warmth, informality, and openness. Here, the constraints of formal wear, tuxedos, and ties are forgotten and the only dress code is relaxation. Excellent wines from France, California, and other vineyard-dotted domains flow freely at lunch and dinner in three restaurants. There is a specially designed, retractable watersports platform, where guests may conveniently launch a kayak, try a little waterskiing, or set out for a scuba diving expedition.
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