Paul Gauguin Cruises, the company is named after the famous French impressionist painter until now associate it as a shipping company operating primarily in the South Pacific areas, recently announced it will expand to areas like the Caribbean Sea, South America and the Mediterranean Sea .
The company recently purchased the Moana, a luxury boat which seats approximately 300 passengers and will operate under the French flag at the end of 2012.
In addition, taking advantage of the announcement of the acquisition of this new boat, directors of the company that used to let out Moana for itineraries in the Mediterranean Sea in the summertime and the Caribbean and South America during the winter, places to Paul Gauguin Cruises now had not been very conscious of their annual catalogs.
The ability to navigate with Paul Gauguin Cruises and aboard a boat as the Moana, and offers a very unique service will allow passengers to enter areas where other cruise ships would be impossible, and that is thanks to the small size of this ship more likely to stop at places unusual for megacruceros.
In early 2012, will reveal some of Paul Gauguin Cruises itineraries that offer its customers the parts of the Mediterranean, Caribbean and South America, until then we can only hope and dream to travel with this excellent shipping company.