For almost 3 decades now, Windstar Cruises has provided unique port stops and small ships, but now, they are finally shaking things up. Recently, Windstar Cruises has added new yachts to their fleet in order to provide an even better Windstar experience to their loyal clients and even their new guests. Here is a sneak peek cruise-goers and new guests alike. Here ’s what they ’re been up to:
Windstar Cruises will be introducing three new ships, each of which has 104 suits that can hold up to 208 passengers in total. These ships will be coming from the Seabourn fleet, and each ship really does suit Windstar Cruises' commitment nicely: to only set sail with less than 300 guests each time.
Windstar Cruises has a bigger project than this acquisition, though: to broaden their destinations and one day make it to places like the Black Sea and Tahiti, as well as South America and Asia. The new ships should be launched within the next couple of years. They just need to be renovated and given new names that will fit Windstar Cruises better.
Windstar Cruises will also be adding three new power yachts to their roster with the first one set to sail on May 2014 after its renovation and rebranding. Every new yacht by Windstar Cruises will have 106 suites that can hold up to 212 passengers. They will also have six decks each, and will feature all of the popular signature Windstar Cruises experiences. Guests will be able to watch the ship operations from the Bridge, for example, and experience their unforgettable Sail-Away Parties and Yacht Deck Barbeque Galas.
Generally speaking, Windstar Cruises will be offering brand new itineraries on their new ships, which are already on sale for travel in May to October 2014.