Paul Gauguin Cruises
Paul Gauguin Cruises was acquired by Beachcomber Croisieres Limited. The company was originally established in 1998 and the company operated in the field of transportation and transportation. The company has managed luxury cruise ships throughout its lifetime. The company's headquarters is in Bellevue, Washington. Luxury ships managed by the company; It has scheduled flights to Tahiti, French Polynesia, and the South Pacific line. The company line was named after the painter Paul Gauguin in the 19th century. Paul Gauguin is a painter who lived in the Polynesian region for 10 years and painted the people and nature living here. Other areas in which the company operates are also the Mediterranean and Latin American lines.
Paul Gauguin Cruise Ships
Paul Gauguin company operated under the auspices of the Regent Seven Seas Cruises company between 1998 and 2010 after its establishment. The company has operated line voyages in January 2010 until it was acquired by the Beachcomber Croisieres company. Beachcomber company first got the line in 2009. The company announced on 30 September 2010 that it had received the second ship on the line. The second ship was baptized under the name "Tere Moana" in December 2012. It was announced by the company that the ship named “Tere Moana” was sold in 2015. With this last sale, there is only one ship left by Paul Gauguin. In 2019, the last ship owned by the company was purchased by the Compagnie du Ponant company. Paul Gauguin Cruises company has managed to attract the attention of many companies during its operation.