Naturist Cruise Paul Gauguin Style

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Duration (from): 17 days
Departs: 20/05/2020
Arrives: 06/06/2020

In 2017 there will be another Naturist Cruise Paul Gauguin Style. This luxury ship will sail 2 for 2 weeks in French Polynesia. Everything on board is All-Inclusive. Would you really be extremely spoiled, come on board.

 

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Naturistencruise Paul Gauguin Style. Both in 2019 as 2020 Bare Necessities makes a trip by Paul Gauguin.

The journey 2019 (From Papeete and the Cook Islands) is already full and can only be on the waiting list. Here we publish the trip 2020.

Paul Gauguin

  • Tonnage: 19.200
  • Length: 154 meter
  • Width: 22 meter
  • Maximum depth: 5.2 meter
  • Cruising speed: 18 knot
  • Maximum occupancy: 332
  • Staffing: 217
  • Passenger decks 7
 

The Paul Gauguin is a very luxurious ship in the Pacific throughout the year sails. There can only 332 guests on board and 217 employees. All cabins have sea views and 70% of the cabins have a balcony. Everything is on board, food, drinks, and tips are included. You will pay 1 price and further only for some excursions if you want. Upward of category B you have a butler included, an in-suite bar and Sound Dock for a iPod. They will put daily soda, beer and water in the in-suite bar. Water sports from the boat are included. There are 2 restaurants and a pool grill on board, and you can decide when and where you want to eat. Vegetarian menu, and special diets can be arranged by booking. There are WiFi hotspots around the entire ship. You will get 24-hour room service, you can eat in your cabin and you have a TV with several films available in your cabin.

The accommodation

Category C and D with balcony

This cabin has 22m² and a balcony 3,5m², 2 beds that can be made into a Queensizebed, bathroom with bath / shower and toilet.

These are the only cabins still available.

Plane:
Amsterdam – Bali among other things offered by KLM and Nadi (Fiji) to Amsterdam is only a stopover in Los Angeles. The flight lasts for about Bali 16,5 hour trip from Fiji about 26 o’clock, You can also combine it with a stopover in America.

You should arrive at least 1 day of arriving in advance in Bali, We can book 1 or more nights in a hotel for you..

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Time difference:
You embark in Benoa (Denpasar) Bali. It is in Florida 7 hour later than in the Netherlands. The moment you board the time of Bali equals “Ship Time”. You will travel through different time zones, but the time of Bali held initially leave the ship. Put your watch at the local time and always be on time. You arrive in Lautoka, Fiji and there is 12 hour later than in the Netherlands. So you have lots of time zones. Pay attention to what time they keep on board.

Language:
The official language on board is English. There are many nationalities on board, the passengers and the crew has many nationalities.

Currency:
The US Dollar is the official currency. On board they will put everything on your roomnumber who is connected to your credit card, this will make life easy on board. You pay everything at the end of your vacation by credit card.

Climate:
The average temperature in the Pacific is around the 29 degrees. Despite the higher average temperatures you have on board, there will always be sufficient opportunity to stay in the shade or cool off in the pool. Beside, you will have a cool sea breeze when you are on board.

Here you get more information about the ports you will visit:

Benoa (Depasar), Bali, departure 20 with around 18.00 hours:
You begin your journey in Benoa in Bali. Enjoy the boulevard before boarding the ship. Here you can discover the treasures of the island. Immerse yourself in the many water sports such as jet skiing, bananenbootrit, parasail, snorkeling, diving or fishing on the reef. Visit Ubud, known for its temples, sanctuaries, workshops of artists, galleries and the sacred monkey forest.

Komodo, Indonesia, 21 May 13.00-18.00 hours:
This is the residence of the famous Komodo dragon, the largest lizard in the world. This reptile lives nowhere else in the world in the wild. is one of the Komodo 17508 islands of the Indonesian archipelago. Although the island has been inhabited since the Neolithic, it is today mainly inhabited by the descendants of convicts who were exiled here. It is known as one of the three islands, Komodo National Park, comprise a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Man and Biosphere Reserve. While you are here, then enjoy the tropical climate and hilly terrain lined with white sand beaches and one of only seven pink sand beaches in the world. You can visit accompanied the park or take a cruise on a glass bottom boat to admire the rich marine life.

lANGUAGE, Timor read, 23 May 09.00-17.00 hours:
One of the youngest countries in the world, Timor-Leste (formerly East Timor), that 2002 a sovereign nation was. The island of Timor was colonized in the early 16th century by the Portuguese and the capital of Timor-Leste, lANGUAGE, retains its Portuguese atmosphere, despite the occupation of the Japanese at the end of the 20th century during the Second World War and Indonesia.

Thursday Island, Australia, 26 May 12.00-17.00 hours:
Immerse yourself in the cultural mix of Asian, European and Pacific influences of the island in the Gab Titui Cultural Center. Or at Green Hill Fort, built as a defense against the Russian invasion and later a military base from WWII, admire military artifacts and stunning views, as well as exhibits that pay tribute to the pearl fishing history of the island. Or join a deep-sea expedition.

Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, 28 May 06.00-18.00 hours:
Port Moresby, which traditionally consisted of indigenous peoples who lived by the sea, the capital of Papua New Guinea was then the country 1975 independently has. While you are here you may admire the mosaic facade of the National Parliament House, the scent of tropical flowers breathe in Port Moresby Nature Park, or the depth and diversity of local culture on display in the National Museum and Art Gallery.

Samarai, Papua New Guinea, 29 May 12.00-17.00 hours:
Because it was an important trade, Samarai Island was evacuated and the buildings were destroyed to prevent it from falling into Japanese control during World War II. It has since been rebuilt – but not on the same scale as the glory. Take a stroll along the pleasant path that surrounds the beautiful city, see the spectacular underwater life on a diving excursion or simply relax on the beach.

Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 31 May 10.00-17.00 hours:
Guadalcanal, the largest of the Solomon Islands, is best known for the six-month battle between Allied and Japanese forces a marked turning point in the Pacific theater during World War II. The island is still full of relics, monuments and memorials from World War II, as you can discover. Maybe you explore the tropical interior, with its excellent birdwatching. Or see for yourself why the island is revered for its excellent snorkeling and diving.

Holy Spirit, Vanuatu, 2 June 09.00-17.00 hours:
Holy Spirit, a beautiful island with palm trees surrounded by palm trees, swimming holes in the spring, lush rain forests and high mountains, also played an important role in World War II. You may discover this heritage if you experience the traditional village life of the island. You can also enjoy exceptional swimming and snorkeling. Or just relax on the beach.

Tanna Eiland, Vanuatu, 4 June 08.00-17.00 hours:
By the time Captain James Cook 1774 set foot on Tanna Island, it was over 2.000 years inhabited by Melanesians. Until today, the island still has a traditional culture that is largely untouched by the West, and it is the best experience by visiting a local village. There are also many natural wonders abound, including wild horses on the Plains Whitefrass, spectacular waterfalls and coral reefs that are perfect for snorkeling.

Lautoka, Fiji, 6 June arrival 09.00 hours:
Known as “Sugar Town” for green-gold sugar cane that surrounds it on three sides, the city Lautoka is the largest of the Fijian islands and the place where your stay aboard the Paul Gauguin ends. Save some time for the shops along the stately, view palm tree-lined main avenue of the city and visit the botanical garden.

20 May 2020

Benoa (Denpasar), Bali, departure 18.00 o’clock

21 May 2020

Komodo, Indonesia 13.00 AM to 18.00 o’clock

22 May 2020

At sea

23 May 2020

Dili, Timor-Leste van 09.00-17.00 o’clock

24 May 2020

At sea

25 May 2020

At sea

26 May 2020

Thursday Island, Australia, from 12.00 AM to 17.00 o’clock

27 May 2020

At sea

28 May 2020

Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, from 06.00-18.00 o’clock

29 May 2020

Samarai, Papua New Guinea, from 12.00-17.00 o’clock

30 May 2020

At sea

31 May 2020

Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, from 10.00 AM to 17.00 o’clock

1 June 2020

At sea

2 June 2020

Holy Spirit, Vanuatu, from 09.00 AM to 17.00 o’clock

3 June 2020

At sea

4 June 2020

Tanna Island, Vanuatu 08.00 AM to 17.00 o’clock

5 June 2020

At sea

6 June 2020

Lautoka, Fiji, arrival 09.00 o’clock

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