Built in 1988 and most recently refurbished in 2015, Wind Spirit is a four-masted sailing yacht. It has six triangular, self-furling, computer-operated sails, engines for when the wind is not favourable and a hydraulic ballast system for smooth sailing. With wide teak decks and a gross tonnage of 5,736, Wind Spirit feels like a private yacht. It has four decks and carries 148 guests and 88 crew.
Wind Spirit has 73 deluxe ocean view staterooms and an owner’s suite. All cabins have luxurious Egyptian cotton bedding, a flat-screen television, mini-bar, telephone, DVD/CD player with ipod dock and Bose speakers, robes, slippers, underbed storage for luggage, a shoe rack, complimentary toiletries from L’Occitane and a bathroom with a shower.
Wind Spirit offers two primary dining venues. AmphorA restaurant offers gourmet, course-by-course cuisine in the evenings and Veranda restaurant offers casual buffet and full-service dining for breakfast and lunch. All dining is open seating. And, for dining under the stars, make a reservation for Candles which features steaks and skewers.
Onboard there is a full-service salon for hair and nail care. The WindSpa has two treatment rooms and offers body sculpting, body composition analysis, personal training, wraps, facials and teeth whitening. There is also a water-sports platform, casino, library, pool and hot tub on board.
There are no facilities or activities on board for children.
Luxury, Pampering, Great Food, Great Experience
– Cruise Passenger
“…WS offers very personal attention- as many waitstaff/etc aboard as guests (less than 150). The food at every meal is delicious, well prepared and unique. If you get the laundry package you will have laundry nicer than anything you can do yourself. The servers know your name and want to make you happy. Your room attendant wants your room to be clean and beautiful, leaving cute animal folded towels. Everything is done with YOU, your comfort, your convenience in mind…”
– Cruise Critic
“… Crew deserve the utmost praise, very hardworking and their number one objective is to make your cruise perfect. The destinations were lovely, especially the off the beaten track ones, Tobago Cays, Mayreau and Bequia…”
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