Paul Gauguin (ship)

MS Paul Gauguin is a cruise ship operated by Paul Gauguin Cruises. It was completed in 1997 for Radisson Seven Seas Cruises, which became Regent Seven Seas Cruises in the spring of 2006. It primarily operates in the South Pacific. The ship was acquired in 2009 by Pacific Beachcomber.

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Name: Paul Gauguin
Owner: Paul Gauguin Shipping Limited
Operator: Paul Gauguin Cruises
Port of registry:  Bahamas
Builder: Chantiers de l'Atlantique
Completed: 1997[1]
Status: In Service
General characteristics
Tonnage: 19,200 tons [2]
Length: 504 feet (153.6 m)
Beam: 71 feet (21.6 m)
Draft: 16.9 feet (5.15 m)
Decks: 7 Passenger Decks
Speed: 18 Kts
Capacity: 332 Passengers
Crew: 215




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