Paul Gauguin Cruises Acquires MV Moana


The MV Moana will join the MS Paul Gauguin in Dec. 2012. // (c) 2011 Paul Gauguin Cruises.

Paul Gauguin Cruises has acquired a second ship, which will begin sailing under the Paul Gauguin Cruises banner in Dec. 2012. This ship will be christened the MV Moana after completing a multifaceted renovation in Nov. 2012. Moana features 45 staterooms accommodating 90 guests.
“We are monumentally proud to add a second ship to our Pacific Beachcomber portfolio and Paul Gauguin Cruises family. This is an incredibly huge branding achievement for the growth of our cruise line and I look forward to welcoming fans of The Gauguin onboard our latest addition,” said Diane Moore, president of Paul Gauguin Cruises.
Full 2013 deployment details for Moana will be announced in early 2012. Plans are to sail during the summer months in the Mediterranean and winter in the Caribbean and Latin America.


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