Paul Gaugin lifts the lid on M/V Tere Moana
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Paul Gaugin has recently unveiled artist rendering of its new ship.
The 90 guest m/v Tere Moana enters service on 29 December with a new look full of Polynesian touches.
The multi-million pound renovation of all public areas and staterooms will commence in November, which includes carpeting, flooring, lighting and hosts of decorative enhancement s.
Eight of its 45 staterooms will boats private balconies, while all staterooms will have an ocean view with queen size beds convertible to twin bed configuration; fine linens; feather duvets; robes; flatscreen TVs ; DVDs and CD players. Each stateroom will have refrigerators which will be replenished daily with soft drinks, beers and bottled water.
The Moana will offer two elegant dining venues, including dishes from two-star Michelin-rated Jean Pierre Vigato in L’Etoile and breakfast and lunch dishes at Le Veranda, which will be transformed into a gourmet, reservations-only dining venue each night.
Aboard The Moana, evenings will feature live piano music and informative lectures in Le Salon, whiel passengers can shop for clothes, sundries, souvenirs and jewellery at La Boutique. The Deep Nature Spa by Algotherm will offer signature spa treatments, and a fitness centre will also be available.