• Travel Weekly Magellan Award,
Market Leader in Small Ship
• Cruise Critic Best for Romance
and Best Ship Refurbishment 2015
• Condé Naste Traveler #1 Small-Ship Cruise 2014
• Travel + Leisure Annual Readers’
Poll, World’s Best Small-Ship Cruise
• SAVEUR Outstanding Culinary
Cruise Line 2014
There’s no place like a luxury cruise ship—especially when it feels like your own private yacht. Windstar Cruises’ small luxury cruise ships are known for their intimate yacht style, carrying
just 148 to 310 guests and cruising to 50 nations throughout Europe,
the South Pacific, the Caribbean and Central America.
Windstar’s small yachts can anchor in
hidden harbors and tiny coves that larger
ships can’t get to, offering unique voyages
and visiting off-the-beaten-path ports.
On shore, destinations come to life
through complimentary private events,
created exclusively for Windstar guests
and crafted to give travelers an in-depth
and authentic local experience that
complements their voyage. Local Market
tours with Windstar chefs teach travelers
how to choose quality ingredients and
savor them at mealtime.
Windstar’s staterooms and suites
have been refurbished with an upscale
private residence in mind. Amenities
include a queen-size bed, fine Egyptian
linens, waffle-weave robe and slippers,
L’Occitane bath amenities, fresh flowers,
fresh fruit, ample storage space and more.
Guests can savor “me time” with the
freedom to be as active or relaxed as they
want, with options like visiting the bridge,
treatments at the WindSpa and access to
the watersports platform. Dining is always
a pleasure, with four-star cuisine, the freedom to dine when you want and 24-hour
room service. Guests can even leave their
coat and tie at home—Windstar ships
afford the ability to be casually comfortable, while they provide the elegant touch.
Fine service is the final element—
always attentive, personal, easy and non-intrusive. Windstar’s staff anticipates and
caters to individual wants and needs.
And, with less than 300 pampered guests,
Windstar offers one of the highest crew-to-passenger ratios at sea.