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The aptly named “The Gauguin Experience” is celebrating its 25 years of taking your clients to sail the beautiful waters of French Polynesia, so the company is spreading the joy with a $250 gift card for you for each deposited booking and a $250 air credit per guest on 25 South Pacific cruises aboard the m/s Paul Gauguin. 

“In planning the 25th Anniversary of our uniquely enriching and carefree brand of Tahitian discovery, we wanted to share a gift of appreciation to both our guests and our travel partners who have helped establish Paul Gauguin Cruises as the highest-rated luxury line in French Polynesia,” said Navin Sawhney, CEO Americas for Paul Gauguin Cruises and PONANT (the line’s parent company), in a press statement. “The $250 per guest air credit and commemorative occasions on board, as well as the $250 gift card for advisors, allows us to celebrate this milestone year in a meaningful, value-rich way.” 

Cruises Celebrating The Gauguin Experience

This offer is time sensitive: The Gauguin Experience extras are available on select 7- to 14-night cruises this year and 2024 when air is booked through Paul Gauguin Cruises by May 12, 2023. Your clients will be able to choose from unforgettable jaunts to the Society Islands, Tuamotus, Marquesas, and Cook Islands. 

The m/s Paul Gauguin can take 330 guests in its 165 staterooms and suites—many of them with a private balcony. The agile vessel also has a spa onboard and three restaurants serving French menus with local inspiration, plus a marina so guests can enjoy watersports directly from the ship.

Cruises included in the 25th-anniversary promotion are the 7-night Tahiti & the Society Islands with 2023 dates in June, July, August, September, October and December; the Society Islands & Tuamotus for 10 nights with one November 2023 sailing and four dates in 2024; the 11-night Cook Islands & Society Islands with three sailing dates in 2023 and three in 2024; and the Marquesas, Tuamotus & Society Islands for 14 nights with three dates in 2023 and one in 2024.

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