Paul Gauguin Cruises has released its 2025 Boutique Crossing Collection, which includes three new itineraries. The cruise line will explore Oceania, Indonesia and Melanesia, with many maiden calls along the way.
Susan Robison, general manager of sales and marketing for Paul Gauguin Cruises said: “With our 2025 Boutique Crossing Collection, we are excited to continue to take our unique brand of personalized and authentic discovery beyond our home shores in French Polynesia and into other exotic isles deep within the South Pacific.
“Aboard The Gauguin for these longer voyages, savvy travelers will appreciate the days at sea enjoying the ship’s relaxed luxury ambiance, exceptional dining, genuine hospitality, and the camaraderie of fellow guests. Ashore, they will be rewarded with intimate, small-group experiences in some of the most remote and fascinating places on Earth.”
The new itineraries
- Crossing Oceania: This 20-night sailing departs on January 19, 2025. Including a maiden call to Alotau in PNG, this sailing stops in Fiji, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands and Timor-Leste. There’s also a visit to Komodo National Park and overnight stay in Bali.
- Indonesia Immersive: This two-week sailing departs on April 1, 2025. There are two maiden calls, Parai Beach and Suabaya. Other highlight stops include Komodo, Semarang, Bali, Darwin and Dili in Timor-Leste.
- Crossing Melanesia: This 16 night sailing departs on April 15, 2025. This itinerary has an exciting stop at Thursday Island in Australia. As well as calls in Alotau and Samari Island in PNG, a Solomon Island overnight and two ports in Vanuatu.
Aside from three featured crossings, Paul Gaugin’s 2025 deployment features 29 cruises and 11 unique itineraries. Another first for the line is the More Tuamotus & the Society Islands 10-night sailings. Notably, this features an overnight stay amongst the famous UNESCO marine reserve of Fakarava.