Paul Gauguin, the South Pacific cruise operator, has unveiled its 2013 itineraries including 73 new ports of call.
Next year, the company will offer 19 itineraries calling at 22 countries aboard its two luxury ships – the recently-revamped Gauguin and the new 90-guest Tere Moana, which launches this December.
The Gauguin, which completed a US$7 million renovation earlier this year, will offer a range of cruises, including the seven-night ‘Tahiti & the Society Islands’, 10-night ‘Society Islands & Tuamotus’, 11-night ‘Cook Islands & Society Islands’, 11-night ‘Australs & Society Islands’ and 14-night ‘Marquesas, Tuamotus & Society Islands’.
Between December and March, Tere Moana will sail a range of Caribbean and Latin American voyages, including a transit of the Panama Canal. The ship will then sail to Europe in April, where it will offer a range of Mediterranean cruises taking in the Black Sea, Greek Isles, Spanish coast, Adriatic Sea, and the French and Italian Rivieras. Three special voyages also transit Greece’s Corinth Canal.