Bookings now open for 2020-2021 for all deployments
By Patti Pietschmann, Travel Diva
Windstar cruises is ending its long coronavirus cruise pause in September 2020. The small ship operator will hoist the sails once again on the 148-passenger Wind Spirit Sept. 3rd in Tahiti. The rest of the fleet starts operating later in the year and in 2021.
Sailing on an intimate four-masted, computer-generated Windstar ships is like living a fantasy. Billowy white sails, a country club ambiance and an array of nautical toys and activities add to the dream. The ship bounces gracefully through the waves. You get to sail into hidden coves for hours of water baby pleasures.
Your ship mates are pretty much of the same mind. They want to cruise in style and enjoy activity-laced days.
Staying connected and comfortable
There’s a good WiFi connection on the ships. And DVDs, CDs, iPod Nanos, laptops, games and books to check out. Staterooms and suites are well equipped. Each has an LCD flatscreen television, DVD/CD players, alarm clocks, safe and mini-bar with complimentary soft drink. Bathrooms are stocked toiletries by L’Occitane, robes, slippers and hair dryers. Women will appreciate the vanity desk with its magnifying mirrors. And everybody will sleep well on the Euro-Top mattresses.
Bookings now open for September
If you book a Windstar cruise right now you’ll score big savings. Windstar’s running big promotions. Itineraries on sale include Alaska, the Caribbean, Greece, Italy, Tahiti Costa Rica and the Panama Canal. All are ready for you to book at Pavlus Travel (800-528-9300).
Windstar’s flag ship WIND SURF sails again Nov. 29, 2020. The 300+ passenger ship sports 18 ocean view suites, two bridge suites and an officer suite.
The feisty WIND SPIRIT can carry 148-passengers. It has 73 deluxe, ocean-view staterooms and a deluxe Owner’s Suite.
STAR PRIDE puts out to sea in Northern Europe July 5,2021. She hosts 212 passengers in 106 suites. There’s two deluxe Owners’ Suites, four stunning Classic Suites.
“And the newer all-suite STAR BREEZE takes to the Mediterranean on Oct. 27, 2020. She was originally set to debut in Asia but had to cancel the launch due to Covid19. Pride has a capacity for 312 passengers. There’ four Owners’ Suites, two Classic Suites, three Deluxe Suites, 79 Ocean View Suites, 58 Balcony suites, and 10 Star Porthole Suites.
Seabourn Legend resumes sailing on March 1, 2012. She has suites for 212 passengers plus two deluxe Owners’ Suites and four Classic Suites.
Windstar’s early booking promotion is available by contacting agents at Pavlus Travel.