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  Island Passage – Tahitian Explorer - 7days.

 

Island Passage is very large for just 24 passengers in a child free environment. With very spacious cabins all with en-suites, an enormous interior dining and saloon area plus an expansive covered aft deck. The result is feeling more like being on-board a luxury private yacht. 

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  PAUL GAUGUIN – 11 day Pacific Islands Cruises 2016

 

The Paul Gauguin is renowned for its award-winning service and luxurious atmosphere. Nearly 70% of the ship’s suites and staterooms offer balconies with breathtaking views. Dining experiences include L’Etoile, which showcases an array of tempting specialties, expertly prepared each evening. La Veranda features delicious breakfast and lunch dishes during the day and is transformed into a chic French bistro in the evenings, highlighting culinary creations of celebrity chef Jean-Pierre Vigato. Polynesian specialties are served poolside at Le Grill.

 

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  PAUL GAUGUIN – 8 Day Pacific Islands Cruises 2016

 

The Paul Gauguin is renowned for its award-winning service and luxurious atmosphere. Nearly 70% of the ship’s suites and staterooms offer balconies with breathtaking views. Dining experiences include L’Etoile, which showcases an array of tempting specialties, expertly prepared each evening.

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  WIND SPIRIT – Pacific Island Cruises - 2016

 

There is nothing quite like the feel of a sailing ship, in these eco-sensetive days more people want to reduce their carbon footprint. This company has three wind powered ships, (with motor assist if required), that gently ply the oceans making use of natural ocean breezes and winds. They are hydraulically controlled sails and have open teak decks to lounge and for deck activities. 

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  WIND SPIRIT – Pacific Island Cruises - Late 2016

 

The intimate ships of Windstar are easy to spot, the tall masts show their positioneasily, whilst the same tall masts are used to support the sails as they rely on wind (as well as their engines for calmer days) to drive them through the water. With great thought the sails are trimmed by motors from the wheelhouse and the joy of knowing that you are travelling in the time honored fashion - being driven by the wind.

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