The final ship in Windstar's original trio of sail cruisers, the Wind Spirit entered service in 1988. She is an ideal ship for passengers in search of an unstructured and truly relaxing vacation.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
Michael and Barbara 60's 3 Greece Turkey Israel
Great cruise salvaged from a difficult situation in Egypt where we were originally scheduled to finish. The 11 day cruise was thus extended to 14 days with Crete added. We finished back in Athens....read more
Caroline potts 59 1 Athens to Istanbul5 users found this review helpful.
The Wind Spirit is a beautiful yacht and my husband and I loved every moment of our Mediterranean cruise ending a few days ago. My husband is allergic to crowds so a 'floating apartment block' does...read more
Ralph Sheaffer, P.E N/A N/A Eastern Mediterranean54 users found this review helpful.
p class="MsoNormal" align="justify"> The weather could not have been more favorable on September 7 th , 2002, in departing Piraeus, Greece to ports of call in the Greek Isles and Turkey....read more
HPS 45 N/A Eastern Caribbean40 users found this review helpful.
Okay – here’s the REAL deal – if you’re not already committed to taking this cruise, DON’T! If you are – here’s how to enjoy it the best you can. First the positive...read more
Loretta Ruby 65 Around 20 Eastern Mediterranean16 users found this review helpful.
Wind Star was Five Star on Land as well as Sea....A hotel fire can ruin your whole vacation. If something goes drastically amiss, be sure to be on a Wind Star cruise. We were booked into...read more