through May 14, 2016.</p><p>Paul Gauguin Cruises had acquired the ship from Ponant and refurbished the former Le Levant in the fall of 2012. It entered service as the Tere Moana in December 2012.</p><p>“It’s hard to part
Paul Gauguin Cruises christened the Tere Moana on Dec. 29 in St. Martin. The ship formerly operated as Le Levant for Compagnie du Ponant. After taking delivery of the ship from Ponant in the fall, Paul Gauguin Cruises refurbished it. Folllowing
December. The cruise line acquired the 90-passenger Tere Moana from Compagnie du Ponant, where it currently sails as Le Levant . The ship is operating under a lease arrangement with Ponant until October, when Gauguin will take delivery. Following
S. charter of the Columbus. The next three years, they chartered the Columbus and the 90-passenger French yacht Le Levant . "Since then, we've had anywhere between one and seven ships that sail the Great Lakes," Conlin said. Over the
second ship Paul Gauguin Cruises is no longer a one-ship line, having acquired Compagnie du Ponant's 90-passenger Le Levant for an undisclosed price. Following a renovation next fall, the vessel will be renamed the Moana and enter service in
longer is a one-ship cruise line. The company has acquired a second ship, Compagnie du Ponant’s 90-passenger Le Levant . The sale price wasn't revealed. Following a renovation next fall, the vessel will enter service in December 2012
shipyard for its sixth vessel. The 132-stateroom yacht, not yet named, will join the fleet by June 2013, said the French-flagged line. The company currently operates Le Boreal, L'Austral, Le Diamant, Le Levant and Le Ponant.
suppliers. A French-flagged line, Compagnie du Ponant operates four vessels: the 264-guest Le Boreal; the 90-guest Le Levant ; the three-masted Le Ponant, accommodating 64 guests; and Le Diamant, a 226-guest expedition ship. In April
Senegal, before heading to its first season in Antarctica. Ponant will have five ships in its fleet: the Austral, the Boreal, 64-passenger yacht Le Ponant, 90-passenger yacht Le Levant and 226-passenger ship Le Diamant.
line. The three-masted Le Ponant is a 290-foot sailing yacht that accommodates 64 guests in 32 outside staterooms; Le Levant carries 90 guests in 45 outside staterooms; and expedition ship Le Diamant accommodates 226 guests in 113 staterooms