Paul Gauguin Cruises is certainly a luxury line with a strong spirit of adventure, something which has been proven by the fact that it operates the longest continually running cruise ship in the South Pacific, the flagship m/s Paul Gauguin. Well now, the line is adding another adventurous string to its bow, with the announcement that celebrated oceanographer and environmentalist Jean-Michel Cousteau will be joining the ship to host its 21 November Marquesas, Tuamotus & Society Islands sailing.
The son of legendary underwater explorer Jaques Cousteau, Jean-Michel continues a commitment to exploring and educating others about the world’s oceans which was started by his father over 60 years ago and now, the author and film producer will be sharing his unique insights with privileged guests joining him on the voyage. Mr Cousteau will deliver a number of fascinating lectures and also accompany guests on several dives in such exotic locations as Bora Bora, Moorea, Tahuata and Fakarava.
The 14-night voyage is the latest venture in Jean-Michel’s mission to both explore and conserve the world’s oceans and in 1999, he founded the Ocean Futures Society, to both inspire and educate people around the world about acting responsibly and celebrating the vital role the ocean plays in their survival.
If, like Jean-Michel and his father, you have a strong spirit of adventure, this incredible voyage with Paul Gauguin Cruises could be your perfect luxury holiday. Just call our dedicated Cruise Concierge today to find out more or book your place on-board, so that you can explore the ocean with Cousteau.