has announced its plans for its new season of Caribbean cruises
, taking in some fantastic destinations on the way.Wind Spirit
and Wind Surf
will run a total of 41 voyages between them, through six different itineraries. But whatever itinerary passengers are on, they are sure to have an unforgettable experience.
"We've put a lot of thought into creating itineraries for both one-week and two-week cruises in the Caribbean," says Diane Moore, Windstar Cruises' Vice President of Marketing and Sales.
"The two-week voyage on the Wind Surf visits popular ports such as St Barts and St Martin and also gives guests a glimpse of a quieter side of the Caribbean with less visited islands such as the Grenadines and Tobago."
For those passengers lucky enough to be spending Christmas and New Year on a Windstar
cruise, there will be special days at sea to celebrate, with the intimate environments of the 148-passenger Wind Spirit and 308-passenger Wind Surf providing the perfect setting.
Complimentary water sports, including wind surfing, sailing and water skiing are also available on the Caribbean cruises
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