An increased interest in Tahiti as a luxury cruising destination has
motivated Regent Seven Seas Cruises to launch a dedicated
Tahiti and South Pacific Islands brochure.Regent have added new, longer and more experiential 10, 11 and 14 night
cruises to last years seven night itineraries, taking in fantastic ports
of call such as The Cook Islands, Australs, Fiji and Tonga.
Guests cruise onboard the recently refurbished Regent Paul Gauguin, named
after the illustrious French painter who settled in Tahiti, which
accommodates just 330 guests in elegant all ocean view accommodation.
An intimate yet spacious ship, Paul Gauguin affords her guests with
numerous facilities and entertainment including the renowned onboard
Carita de Paris spa, guest lecturers including Jean-Michel Cousteau, and a
unique, retractable watersports marina where guests can experience Tahiti
by kayaking, snorkelling, diving, windsurfing, waterskiing or by motorised
Graham Sadler, managing director, said: “A dedicated Tahiti brochure
allows us to showcase this stunning cruising region in more detail than
ever before, as well as increase the year round itineraries on offer to
“Paul Gauguin enables us to take them to the heart of these islands -
thanks to her narrow draft she can navigate passes of barrier reefs and
around sandbars into areas that other ships cannot reach.
“We have also extended the all inclusive drinks policy that was available
solely on our world cruises to all our 2007 cruises. The aim of this
policy is to contribute to the air of conviviality onboard, with more
people getting out of their suites and socialising.”
Tahiti and South Pacific Island cruises can be enjoyed on Paul Gauguin all
year round. Cruise fares include use of
all facilities and entertainment onboard, all meals and snacks, select
wines, spirits, champagne and beer served throughout the ship, all warm
drinks and soft drinks, transportation from the ship to the town centre in
many ports of call, all port charges and all onboard gratuities.
Various shore adventures are also available. Guests can enjoy anything
from a taste of Tahiti’s culture with a trip to the Museum of Tahiti, a
trip to an unspoiled coral island or a more energetic off road safari.