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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Paul Gauguin Cruises' Ship - The Paul Gauguin - Recent Refit.

Paul Gauguin Cruises Paul Gauguin Emerges from Refit

It takes a lot of work to keep a ship operating in peak condition—and to make sure that her appointments and décor always provide a pleasing environment for her guests. Periodically, the m/s Paul Gauguin goes into “dry dock”—that is, a platform that is flooded while the ship is loaded onto it, then drained so that maintenance, repairs, and refurbishments can be made.
After guests disembarked The Gauguin's May 15 voyage from Fiji to Bali, the crew sailed the ship on to Singapore, where she went into dry dock for two weeks. During that time, she underwent regular maintenance and updates to ensure that she will continue to operate smoothly. Among these tasks were regular maintenance of stabilizers and thrusters, upgrades to the propulsion system, tank coating, hull painting, fan-room equipment updates, and steel replacement around the ship.
More visible to our guests will be the refurbishment of the public areas, suites, and staterooms. Carpeting was replaced in some areas, and new flooring was installed in the Fitness Center. Furnishings were updated, with furniture reupholstering in L’Etoile, new chairs and tables in La Palette lounge, new chairs in Le Grill, French polishing of stateroom and suite furniture, and new furniture on the Pool Deck.
Other improvements include new wallpaper on Deck 6, the replacement of teak wood on the Pool Deck and in the marina, updates to the stage in La Palette, and new canvas above the door to Le Grill and from Le Grill to La Palette.
These enhancements completed, The Gauguin sailed out of Singapore on June 2 and back into service providing guests with a luxurious environment for exploring the delights of the South Pacific.

Ship Features

  • All oceanview accommodations, nearly 70% with balconies, measuring from 200 to 500 sq. ft., including balcony
  • Butler service, in-suite bar setup, and iPod® music system in suite/stateroom category B and above
  • A choice of three dining venues
  • Complimentary 24-hour room service, including selections from L’Etoile restaurant during regular dining hours
  • Complimentary beverages, including select wines and spirits, beer, soft drinks, bottled water, and hot beverages
  • Onboard gratuities for room stewards, dining and bar staff
  • Full entertainment program including Polynesian artists, musical entertainment, a pianist, and a professionally operated casino with slot machines
  • Spa and beauty services, including hand and foot treatments, body treatments, facials, and spa programs
  • Optional PADI SCUBA diving program and certification
  • Watersports marina for complimentary kayaking, windsurfing, and paddleboarding, and Zodiacs® for optional dive excursions
  • A day at Motu Mahana, Paul Gauguin Cruises’ exclusive retreat off the coast of Taha’a, featuring Polynesian hospitality, snorkeling, watersports, bar service, and a delicious feast
  • Access to the luxury cruise line's exclusive, private beach located on a motu off the coast of Bora Bora, which offers an idyllic white-sand beach, excellent snorkeling, and bar service on French Polynesia itineraries
  • Fully-equipped fitness center
  • Presentations by local naturalists and a variety of special guests
  • Spacious outdoor decks and pool
  • La Boutique duty-free shop
  • Book and DVD library (open 24 hours a day)
  • Wi-Fi hot spots throughout the ship to cover most suites/staterooms and common areas, as well as guest-accessible computers, available 24 hours a day for a nominal fee
  • Laundry and dry cleaning services available
  • Certified medical services
  • 166 suites/staterooms on Decks 3-8, including one wheelchair-accessible stateroom and select staterooms that can accommodate three guests

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