Paul Gauguin Cruises, operator of the highest rated and longest continually-sailing luxury cruise ship in the South Pacific, the Paul Gauguin, is waiving single supplement fees for seven spring sailings.
“Single” has never been a popular term, especially when referring to “single supplement” fees on cruises, according to the cruise line, which said those who prefer single staterooms are forced to pay significantly more for their vacations than travelers sharing a double room or cabin.
Reservations must be made by April 30, 2010 on one of seven sailings between April 6 and June 19, 2010.
The Paul Gauguin will sail 38 cruises in 2010 to destinations including Tahiti, the Society Islands, the Tuamotus, the Cook Islands, the Marquesas, Tonga, Fiji, and New Zealand. Each of these exclusive voyages will highlight the beauty of French Polynesia from the luxurious and spacious accommodations on board the Paul Gauguin, which underwent a multi-million dollar enhancement in 2009. The ship’s staterooms, public areas and restaurants have been upgraded to reflect the luxurious standard that is characteristic of Paul Gauguin Cruises.