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SOURCE Paul Gauguin Cruises
Highlighting the Culture, Wildlife, Cuisine, and Historic Places of Some of the World's Most Interesting Destinations
BELLEVUE, Wash., Feb. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Paul Gauguin Cruises (www.pgcruises.com), operator of the highest-rated and longest continually sailing luxury cruise ship in the South Pacific, the m/s Paul Gauguin, and the 88-guest m/v Tere Moana, features exotic, optional shore excursions for its Australia & Southeast Asia voyages.
On these 14-night itineraries, The Gauguin sails between Cairns, Australia, and Singapore, visiting less-traveled tropical ports of Australia such as Thursday Island, once a World War II military outpost, and Darwin, with its lively yet laidback ambiance. Indonesian ports include Komodo Island, home of the Komodo dragon; beautiful Bali, a coveted destination for generations; and Semarang, with its fascinating history and gateway to the temples of Borobudur. Two departures are offered: June 25, 2014, and August 4, 2014, with cruise fares from $5,995 per person per voyage. Both sailings include roundtrip airfare from Los Angeles.
Select optional shore excursions offered on the Australia & Southeast Asia voyages include:
On board the ship, a variety of special guests will lecture, perform, or provide demonstrations on the Australia & Southeast Asia voyages, which are included in Paul Gauguin Cruises all-inclusive fares. Parisian celebrity chef Jean-Pierre Vigato, champion freediver Herbert Nitsch, "extreme artist" Jean Francois Detaille, and soprano Francoise Krief will be aboard the June 25, 2014, voyage. Joining the August 4, 2014, voyage are Nobel Peace Prize winner John E. Hay, islands expert Helen Henry, destination specialist Mick Fogg, and Paul Gauguin Cruises chairman Richard Bailey. On both voyages, art history professor and Paul Gauguin expert Caroline Boyle-Turner, renowned archaeologist and scholar Mark Eddowes, and a World War II expert will provide a series of lectures.
For shore excursions rates and additional information, contact a Travel Professional, call 1-800-848-6172, or visit www.pgcruises.com.
Komodo Dragon and Borobudur Temple images are courtesy of Ministry of Culture & Tourism, Republic of Indonesia.
About Paul Gauguin Cruises
Owned by Pacific Beachcomber S.C., French Polynesia's leading luxury hotel and cruise operator, Paul Gauguin Cruises operates the 5+-star cruise ship, the 332-guest m/s Paul Gauguin, providing a deluxe cruise experience tailored to the unparalleled wonders of Tahiti, French Polynesia, the South Pacific, and Southeast Asia. It is one of the top exclusive charter and incentive group venues in the industry and has completed more than 570 South Pacific cruises, serving more than 176,250 guests, including more than 15,000 honeymooners, since its inaugural sail in 1998. The Gauguin's accolades include recognition as "Top Small-Ship Cruise Line for Families" in Travel + Leisure's 2013 "World's Best Awards" and one of the "Top 20 Small Cruise Ships" in 2013 for the 15th year in a row by readers of Conde Nast Traveler.
In December 2012, the m/v Tere Moana began sailing under the Paul Gauguin Cruises banner after completing a multifaceted renovation and offers voyages in the Caribbean, Latin America, and Europe. At 330 feet long and 46 feet wide, The Moana has a draft of 11.5 feet and accommodates 88 guests with a staff of 62. In 2013, The Moana received "Best New Small Ship" and "Best Way to See the Greek Isles" in Cruisereport.com's Editors' Choice Awards.
Paul Gauguin Cruises
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