• Passengers booked


  • Length: 330ft
    Beam: 46.00ft
    Cruising speed: 14kn
    All Main Meals Included
    Complimentary beverages
    In-suite minibar
  • Year: 2012
    Draft: 11.50ft
    All onboard gratuities included
    Complimentary room service

Cruising onboard the Tere Moana Cruise Ship

Before setting sail on December 29, 2012, for her inaugural voyage in the Caribbean, the m/v Tere Moana underwent extensive renovations during drydock in Lisbon, Portugal, receiving new furniture, upholstery, art, lighting, wall coverings, carpeting, window treatments, paint schemes, flooring, and floor coverings in staterooms and public spaces. Private balconies were added to eight of ship's 45 staterooms, all of which have ocean views. The Moana's staterooms feature new king-size beds, convertible to twin-bed configuration and donned with fine linens; a flatscreen TV; DVD/CD player; iPod docking station; stately armchair and table; vanity table and chair; robes and slippers; an in-stateroom refrigerator replenished daily with soft drinks, beer, and bottled water; and bathroom with sumptuous bath products. The Moana's two elegant restaurants incorporate regionally infused cuisine of destinations visited featuring fresh ingredients from local markets. L'Etoile showcases an array of tempting specialties, expertly prepared each evening, including culinary creations by Jean-Pierre Vigato, Chef Proprietaire of the two-star Michelin-rated Apicius restaurant in Paris. La Veranda offers delicious breakfast and lunch dishes with indoor and outdoor dining. Le Salon is glamorous with inviting seating areas accented by illuminated Tahitian custom artwork and sparkling, crystal table lamps. After a day of adventure, it is the perfect place to enjoy cocktails, conviviality, and live piano music.