Windstar Cruises has revealed details of its sailings through May 2023 in a new printed voyage planner brochure containing almost 200 pages of information.

The Voyage Collection brochure gives travelers the opportunity to plan ahead with a comprehensive reference to Windstar’s deployment plans.

The brochure will begin to land in mailboxes this week, and those interested in requesting a copy or viewing a digital version can access it here.

“This beautiful coffee-table publication is meant to educate and inspire people about Windstar and the 180 degrees from ordinary experience we have to offer,” said Chris Prelog, President, Windstar Cruises, in a press release statement. “In 2021 through 2023, we have a mix of long-time favorites and fresh new itineraries, recently transformed yachts and exciting new cruise tours. We have planned further out so people can book early.”

The brochure contains information on the transformation of three Star Plus Class ships, which will add new restaurants, suite choices, and environmental improvements. It also provides information on new itineraries offered by the cruise line.

Windstar will sail in Alaska from late spring through summer. Voyages are scheduled to begin in 2022 aboard the newly transformed all-suite Star Breeze.

The cruise line will sail in Southeast Asia on limited voyages in late 2021/early 2022 and will return to comprehensive sailings in Asia with five new itineraries beginning the fall of 2022.

Windstar will sail in Northern Europe in the summer and early fall, including Scandinavia and the Baltic, Europe’s West Coast, and the British Isles aboard the newly transformed Star Legend and Star Pride.

In 2021, the popular Around Iceland itinerary will return with five sail dates, as well as a new option to be experienced as a cruise tour.

In 2022, the cruise line’s new Impressionist France itinerary will travel from Bordeaux to Amsterdam with an overnight in St-Malo and scenic cruising on the Seine River.

For more information visit windstarcruises.com.