Paul Gauguin Receives $6 Million Makeover

The Paul Gauguin has received a $6 million refurbishment after a drydock in Brisbane, Australia. The ship now boasts a new piano bar, new casino and five additional staterooms with aft-facing private balconies, so the vessel can accommodate 10 additional passengers. Guests will also discover new soft goods, seating and carpeting throughout public areas. The Paul Gauguin has received her sailing schedule in Tahiti and the South Pacific. The vessel has been managed since 1997 by Regent Seven Seas Cruises (formerly Radisson Seven Seas Cruises) under a contract that continues through the end of 2008.

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