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Paul Gauguin offers hefty savings for Tere Moana's farewell season

Paul Gauguin offers hefty savings for Tere Moana's farewell season
Paul Gauguin Cruises is offering savings of up to $1,450 per person off previously advertised prices on select cruises to the Caribbean and Latin America during Tere Moana's 'bon boyage' season.

As earlier reported, Grand Circle Travel acquired the 88-passenger ship which Paul Gauguin Cruises will continue operating as scheduled through May 14, 2016.

In the sale, a seven-night voyage from Philipsburg, St. Maarten, to Colόn, Panama, is priced starting at $2,145 per person for the Dec. 12 departure. Tere Moana will visit Caribbean islands including Les Saintes in the French West Indies and Oranjestad, Aruba, as well as the Colombian city of Cartagena.

Another option is a seven-night cruise from Colón to Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica, priced from $3,145 for the Dec. 19 departure. Highlights include Portobelo, Panama, with its 17th- and 18th-century fortifications that are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a Panama Canal transit and Coiba National Park, another UNESCO Site. Calls in Costa Rica include Quepos and the Curú Wildlife Reserve.

On an eight-night voyage from Colόn to Philipsburg, Tere Moana visits Cartagena, Oranjestad, Les Saintes and St. Barts. Reduced fares start at $2,695 for the March 11 cruise.

Limited space is also available on the ship's seven-night round-trip Puerto Caldera holiday cruise departing Dec. 26, with cruise fares from $4,145, and on the seven-night round-trip Philipsburg spring voyage departing March 19, priced starting at $3,245.

 

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