The m/v Tere Moana’s Fabulous Look–and Fabulous Savings of 50%

 

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What the m/v Tere Moana Will Look Like
Artist’s renderings capture the look and feel of our new luxury ship
after her multi-faceted renovation
On December 29, 2012, the m/v Tere Moana sets out on her maiden voyage under the Paul Gauguin Cruises banner, following a multi-faceted renovation that brings her up to our high standards for luxury and comfort. But you don’t have to wait until December to see what your clients will enjoy aboard this exceptional ship!
m/v Tere Moana
Staterooms from 161 sq. ft. to 298 sq. ft. (including balcony), including 8 staterooms with private balconies. Shown: Balcony stateroom
m/v Tere Moana L’Etoile, our elegant main dining room, serving dinner only
m/v Tere Moana La Veranda, offering indoor/outdoor dining for breakfast and lunch and gourmet, reservation-only dining in the evening
m/v Tere Moana Le Salon, featuring live entertainment
m/v Tere Moana The Sun Deck, with plenty of seating to enjoy the sea breezes

And while they sail the balmy waters of the Caribbean, Latin America, and Europe, they’ll also enjoy 50% off standard cruise fares.

Only 90 guests can be accommodated per sailing aboard this intimate ship, so be sure to secure their space right away.

Space is already filling up quickly. Call today! 1-888-700-8747 or email us

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