Windstar Cruises' very first newbuild, the Wind Star entered service in 1986. Known for its exquisite cuisine, Windstar attracts a more upscale crowd than other operators of sailing cruise ships. The range of amenities usually not available onboard a sailing vessel is another bonus.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
jim voice 62 3 costa rica to st marten28 users found this review helpful.
I would not recommend this cruise. It is a repositioning cruise and the prevauling winds are on the nose the whole way. We didnt sail once in 14 days. The total distance covered is 1800 miles and...read more
Andy Wayne 55 10 Western Caribbean100 users found this review helpful.
This was our second sailing on this ship. It was a fantastic 7 days except for one point which I must start with. DO NOT book cabin 101 or any other cabin in close proximity to...read more
JT 50+ 7 Western Caribbean20 users found this review helpful.
A great trip, where the food, service and cabin all rate a solid 10. 300 passengers, where most were in the 40-60 age range, and a lot had been before on the...read more
Suzette 35 9 Tahiti24 users found this review helpful.
p align="justify"> This cruise was my honeymoon, so I took a cruise, like I love, but to a new, exotic place and on a cruise line that is much...read more
Jill L. Newmark N/A N/A Eastern Mediterranean116 users found this review helpful.
Just returned from a cruise on the Wind Star traveling from Istanbul to Athens and stopping at Kusadasi, Rhodes, Bodrum, Santorini and Mykonos. What a wonderful experience. If...read more