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Launched in 1986, Wind Star is an elegant sailing ship with four masts reaching up 204 feet and six triangular, self-furling, computer-operated sails. There is plenty of open teak-wood deck space, ideal for passengers to take in the views. As a ritual, when Wind Star sets sail, “Conquest of Paradise” is played – the sails unfurling as the music builds. Wind Star’s interior design is welcoming and polished. It has four decks and carries 148 passengers and 88 crew.

Accommodation

All 74 staterooms have ocean views. They come furnished with queen beds, television with DVD player, Bose SoundDock speakers for iPods, mini-bar, personal safe and under-bed storage. All cabins are 188 square feet with the exception of one Owner’s Suite, which is 220 square feet and has a sitting area. The bathroom has granite countertops and a massage shower head in the shower.

Food

AmphoraA is the main restaurant on Wind Star. It has a warm ambience with a Murano Chandelier. Tables are covered in fresh white linen, gold charger plates, silver vase with fresh flowers,  folded napkins,and Riedel stemware. Multi-course dinners are served. The Veranda has floor to ceiling windows and offers a buffet style meal for breakfast and lunch. Other dining options include the Pool Bar for sandwiches, snacks and a poolside barbecue, Candles – a romantic restaurant near the pool, and 24-hour room service.

Activities

The WindSpa provides a full-service salon and spa for haircuts, manicures, pedicures, massage, body treatments and facials. The Spa Under the Stars program allows guest to sample a variety of treatments while enjoying a selection of drinks under the stars on the deck. There is a pool and Jacuzzi on board.

Families

There are no special activities or venues for children on board.

Verdict

Fantastic Greek Isles Experience

– Cruise Passenger 

“…We were treated like royalty. Everyone knew our names, everyone knew our events, the crew from top to bottom (and I talked to the captain and our steward) were personal and friendly, and everyone wanted the experience to be the best possible. Even though the cruise had to adjust its ports of call on the fly, every stop was lovely and there were wonderful shore excursions available, as well as wind surfing, water skiing & sailing off of the boat in certain ports…”

– Cruise Critic 

“…We were treated like royalty. Everyone knew our names, everyone knew our events, the crew from top to bottom (and I talked to the captain and our steward) were personal and friendly, and everyone wanted the experience to be the best possible. Even though the cruise had to adjust its ports of call on the fly, every stop was lovely and there were wonderful shore excursions available, as well as wind surfing, water skiing & sailing off of the boat in certain ports…”

– Berlitz

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