What All Windstar’s Ships Have in Common is Not Common at All
Windstar is officially back in the water cruising, and they couldn’t be more thrilled. On a Windstar yacht, guests can slip past the crowds to discover smaller ports and get to know the local culture on more intimate excursions. Windstar offers two different yacht styles, and designs journeys that highlight their unique attributes, whether it is island hopping in Tahiti or cruising the Norwegian fjords.
All staterooms and suites offer ocean views designed with scenic cruising in mind. Special touches such as L’Occitane bath products, and waffle weave robes and slippers turn each guest’s room into a private oasis. With three world-class restaurants, Amphora, Veranda, and Candles, and the most personalized service at sea, guests have everything they need right on board. The yachts boast ample decks and a Watersports Platform that lets travelers jump right into the ocean from the aft.
New All-Suite Star Plus Class Yachts
Named the new All-Suite Star Plus Class, they take everything guests love about yacht-style cruising to the next level. The yachts have been transformed end-to-end by a $250 million investment, with almost everything upgraded, even the engines.
Star Breeze, Star Legend, and Star Pride feature extremely spacious ocean view suites with a minimum of 277 gracious sq. ft. as the standard stateroom and serve only 312 guests each. Guests can dine at two new restaurants developed by a 10-time Michelin starred chef and the global grilling authority. Lounge in the elevated infinity pool that serves as the centerpiece of the deck and relax in the World Spa by Windstar with locally inspired treatments.
The Classic Wind Class Yachts
These are the classic sailing yachts Windstar is known for, iconic white sails billowing in the wind bringing guests back to the true romance of sailing. An abundance of wide-open decks and elegant outdoor spaces makes the three Wind Class yachts a perfect way to experience warm seas and delicious tropical breezes.
Recently enhanced in November 2019, Wind Surf is the world’s largest sailing vessel, carrying up to 342 guests. Yet it is small enough to dock in the world’s smallest ports. Wind Star and Wind Spirit each carry just 148 guests and were designed to pull into secret lagoons and dock near the most secluded beaches.
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