Paul Gauguin Cruises has announced its 2025 Boutique Crossing Collection cruising between Fiji, Bali, Singapore, and Australia. Three singular voyages of 14-, 16-, and 20-nights will delve into the natural wonders and cultural treasures of Oceania, Indonesia, and Melanesia on exotic itineraries featuring maiden calls to Alotau, Papua New Guinea; and Parai Beach and Surabaya, Indonesia.
“With our 2025 Boutique Crossing Collection, we are excited to continue to take our unique brand of personalized and authentic discovery beyond our home shores in French Polynesia and into other exotic isles deep within the South Pacific,” said Susan Robison, General Manager, Sales and Marketing for Paul Gauguin Cruises in a media statement. “Aboard The Gauguin for these longer voyages, savvy travelers will appreciate the days at sea enjoying the ship’s relaxed luxury ambiance, exceptional dining, genuine hospitality, and the camaraderie of fellow guests. Ashore, they will be rewarded with intimate, small-group experiences in some of the most remote and fascinating places on Earth.”
New Paul Gauguin Cruises Feature Immersive Itineraries
Curated itineraries offered aboard the 330-guest m/s Paul Gauguin will feature programs of personal enrichment and destination immersion, taking full advantage of intriguing ports of call such as Espiritu Santo, Guadalcanal, Komodo Island, Semarang, and more.
With overnight and extended stays, each itinerary in the Boutique Crossing Collection is designed to reveal the extraordinary ecosystems of islands known for their marine life and biodiversity as well as their welcoming cultures.
Crossing Oceana will reveal such fabled islands Alotau, Vanuatu, the Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea and Bali, with excursions including Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, famed for its namesake reptile, the world’s largest lizard.
The Indonesia Immersive sails from Singapore to Darwin, Australia with stops in Indonesia and Bali and adventures including culturally intriguing Surabaya—known for its historic Arab Quarter—and Semarang’s UNESCO-listed Borobudur, the world’s largest Buddhist temple.
Crossing Melanesia starts in Darwin and ends in Fiji, taking in the unique culture of Papua New Guinea’s Milne Bay people as well as an overnight in Honiara, with immersive adventures among waterfalls, coral reefs and rainforests.
All-inclusive fares for the Boutique Crossing Collection start at $6,210pp. All three crossings are part of The Gauguin’s 2025 deployment of 29 cruises offering 11 itineraries of 7 to 20 nights.
For more information, visit pgcruises.com.