Cruise Ships

Tere Moana

Small but perfectly formed addition to the Paul Gaugin fleet

The sleek, 88-guest Tere Moana, originally built for Compagnie du Ponant in 1998 as Le Levant, joined Paul Gauguin Cruises in December 2012 after a renovation which included new decor, furnishings and updates to public areas and its two restaurants.

Tere Moana has 45 outside cabins, eight of them with balconies. Category B and C cabins are 194 sq ft, and feature picture windows. The premium 205 sq ft Category A cabins feature sizeable verandahs.

cruise ship Tere Moana

All cabins have temperature control, twin beds that can be combined to form a queen, bathroom with full-size shower, bathrobes, slippers, hair dryer, TV and audio system, safe and a stocked mini-fridge. Some of the cabins can accommodate three passengers.

There are two open-seating restaurants, and a lounge offering live entertainment and lectures. The ship also has a swimming pool, sun deck, spa and fitness center, small library and a water sports marina (think kayaks and windsurfers).

Tere Moana will be cruising the Caribbean and Central America over the winter months and in Europe during the summer.

Vital statistics

Operated by Paul Gauguin Cruises
Built at Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard, Saint Nazaire
Entered service: 1998 as Le Levant
Joined Paul Gauguin Cruises from Compagnie du Ponant in 2012
Registered: Bahamas
Gross tonnage: 3,504 tons
Passengers: 88
Crew: 64
Passenger decks: 5
Staterooms: 45, all ocean view, 8 with balconies
Length: 330 ft
Width: 46ft
Service speed: 14 knots

Facilities

Two elegant restaurants with open-seating dining; complimentary beverages including fine wines and premium spirits’ watersports Marina, WiFi hotspots throughout the ship; complimentary 24-hour room service, in-room dining, and in-room movie channels and movies; all onboard gratuities included.

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