Late in 2011, Paul Gauguin Cruises announced the acquisition of its second luxury ship, the m/v Tere Moana. The ship will enter service for Paul Gauguin Cruises in December 2012 after a multifaceted renovation, and be renamed The Moana.
The Moana will accommodate just 90 guests in 45 staterooms and will reflect the high standard of quality and service already established for the cruise line by the m/s Paul Gauguin.
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Merry Christmas to all who celebrate. And a good movie and chinese food to those who celebrate Hanukkah We have … Continue reading Where are the small ships on Christmas Day?
If you were booked or thinking of booking Cruise West, we need to talk. By now you should have applied … Continue reading Small ship lines help Cruise West passengers
Ground Breaking Journey Will Visit 242 Ports, 59 Countries on 24 Voyages
Marco Polo; Odysseus; Leif Eriksson; Christopher Columbus; James Cook; Ferdinand Magellan — history’s great sea explorers have inspired an epic global voyage destined to become the most memorable cruise of a lifetime.
These legendary adventurers whose travels shaped much of the known and the new world set the theme for Cruise West’s Voyages of the Great Explorers — a 335-day circumnavigation of the world. Departing Singapore on March 6, 2010, Cruise West’s flagship, the 120-guest, all-suite Spirit of Oceanus will sail westward, following the sun, to return to Singapore on February 3, 2011. Continue reading “Cruise West Offers Epic Year-Long Global Adventure”
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Discover the Caribbean under Full Sail Lindblad Expeditions has just announced their 2008/2009 Caribbean cruise itineraries aboard the luxurious, three-masted … Continue reading Caribbean Cruises – Expedition Style
We’ve just added a brief review on the Royal Clipper, on a sailing in the Caribbean. Excerpt: “except for a … Continue reading Cruise Review: The Caribbean aboard Royal Clipper