Regent Seven Seas drops Paul Gaugin from fleet

Regent Seven Seas Cruises is dropping the 332-guest cruise ship Paul Gaugin from its fleet in January 2010 when its management agreement with the vessel’s owner, Paul Gaugin Shipping, comes to an end.

According to RSSC, it has decided to focus on its core offering – all-suite ships which will undergo a £40 million refurbishment project starting December this year.

Commenting on the decision, Regent UK managing director Graham Sadler said: “We look forward to celebrating one last year on the Paul Gauguin in 2009, bringing an ever-growing number of British guests to Tahiti and providing them with the same luxury experience and six-star service levels that have won RSSC countless awards.”

Cosmetic and physical upgrades are scheduled for the ship during its 12-day dry dock in January 2009 and the company will be offering a range of special offers on selected sailings to Tahiti during Regent’s Farewell season.

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