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The Islands of Tahiti await your arrival

Tahiti and her Islands exert a special kind of magic, a feeling of warmth and relaxation will engulf you as you travel back to a pace of life from a simpler time. Discover a world of intoxicating aromas, flower-strewn valleys, deserted white sandy beaches, thatched bungalows and sapphire fish filled lagoons.

In 1880 Tahiti was proclaimed a colony of France, and the inhabitants became French citizens. French is the official language spoken, although the Tahitian language (Reo Tahiti) and English is widely spoken.

These two luxury ships were designed specifically to sail the shallow seas of French Polynesia and the South Pacific, visiting Ports that larger cruise ships cannot reach.

      Cruising is the best value as meals and drinks onboard  are included  

        * All-ocean view staterooms,          * Views that change daily.      * All meals and snacks on board  

        * Complimentary beverages   * In-suite bar setup  * Room Service included     * Staff gratuities included

Paul Gauguin Cruise Ship review: This ship has been a true favorite of cruise fans from all over the globe, the destination is one of the most beautiful on the planet and a recent multi million renovation to the m/s Paul Gauguin has only enhanced the ambiance and appeal of this one of a kind ship. Upgrades and Renovations have taken place throughout the ship including new flooring and carpeting, the elegant new furniture and window treatments, providing a lighter, brighter feel throughout. All suites and staterooms feature new fabrics and the balconies now have teak railings.

The 332 passenger Paul Gauguin, cruise ship was named after the French post-Impressionist artist who lived and painted in Tahiti. Aboard you'll find constant reminders of his time in these Islands in the form of artwork, photographs and museum quality exhibits. The

           

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Wind Spirit Cruise Ship review: Welcome to the casually elegant small ship world of Windstar Cruises. Leave the crowds behind on a luxury yacht carrying fewer than 300 privileged guests. No lines. No waiting. Just a warm and intimate ambiance you won’t find on larger cruise ships. Wind Spirit offers two primary dining venues. AmphorA restaurant offers gourmet, course-by-course cuisine in the evenings      and Veranda restaurant offers casual buffet and full-service dining for breakfast and lunch. All dining is  open seating. And, for dining under the stars, make a reservation for Candles features steaks and skewers.

The 332 passenger Wind Spirit  cruise ship was named after the French post-Impressionist artist who lived and painted in Tahiti. Onboard you'll find constant reminders of his time in these Islands in the form of artwork, photographs and museum quality exhibits. The ship was designed specifically to sail the shallow seas of French Polynesia and the South Pacific, visiting  Ports that larger cruise ships cannot reach. Amenities include: WindSpa, Watersports Platform, Casino, Lounge, Pool, and Hot Tub.

                                                                               

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At Tahiti Only, we specialize in Cruises around the Tahitian Islands.

We check to find additional savings & special cruise rates. Ask about reduced airfare from LAX available on select 2018 and 2019 sailings. Whether you are celebrating a special event or just taking a much needed vacation, our goal is to help make your cruise visit to these beautiful and romantic Islands an unforgettable experience aboard these unique luxury cruise ships.

We are a travel agency and Tahiti Only specialist with 28 years of cruising experience.
We are located in Los Angeles CA where our cruise line partners start their travel plans

 Please call or e-mail Steve Davies 

Telephone: 818-970-1702

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