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Paul Gauguin Cruises cuts fares in two-week sale

Paul Gauguin Cruises cuts fares in two-week sale
Paul Gauguin Cruises' two-week sale has savings on select 2015 and 2016 Tahiti, South Pacific, Europe, Caribbean and Latin America voyages. Bookings must be made by June 13.

Cruises on the Paul Gauguin include round-trip airfare from Los Angeles.

Seven-night 'Tahiti & the Society Islands' sailings are priced starting as low as $3,295 per person for the Dec. 16 departure, reduced from $3,995. The Aug. 8, 15 and 22 and Dec. 23 cruises now start at $4,345, instead of $5,295. The Oct. 3 cruise fare is from $4,195, down from $5,145. Sailings on Jan. 16, 23 and 30 start at $3,395, a $600 discount from previously advertised prices.

The 10-night 'Society Islands & Tuamotus' cruise on Jan. 6 is priced from $4,495 per person, down from $5,395, while the 11-night 'Cook Islands & Society Islands' voyage on Dec. 5 starts at $4,595, reduced from $5,695.

Sale prices for the 88-passenger Tere Moana include $1,695 per person for the Nov. 22 week-long cruise from Cádiz to Lisbon, a $300 savings. The seven-night Dec. 12 cruise from Philipsburg, St. Maarten, to Colón, Panama, now starts at $2,145, reduced from $2,845.

And Tere Moana's Dec. 19 cruise from Colón to Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica, also seven nights, is advertised at $3,145, down from $4,145.

The two-week sale fares may be combined with Paul Gauguin Cruises' free third person in a stateroom offer and applicable past guest savings.

Port, security and handling charges of $109 to $470 per person are extra.

 

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