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Wind Star

If you're looking for a small ship cruise holiday that combines a fantastic onboard experience with exciting itineraries, look no further than Wind Star. With space for just 148 guests, each and every cruiser can expect the highest standard of service from the moment they step onto the ship. When you're not visiting destinations anywhere from the Mediterranean to the Caribbean, you can spend your free time making the most of the ship's amenities. From its very own spa to a complimentary water sports marina, choose this unique ship for a holiday that you won't forget in a hurry.

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Ship Stats and Features

Year Entered Service 01/12/1986
Tonnage 5307
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins 0
Number Of Decks 4
Number Of Elevators 0
Number Of Pools 1
Number Of Restaurants 3
Maximum Capacity 148
Crew 90
Refurbished 01/08/2012

Ship Facilities

Onboard such an intimate ship, guests can be guaranteed exceptional cuisine at every meal time thanks to the two main dining venues. Amphora offers gourmet, multi-course banquets in the evening, while Veranda is a more casual venue with its extensive buffet at breakfast and lunch. However, if you'd like something a little more special, book your spot at Candles and you can enjoy delicious steaks and skewers under the stars, perfect if you want to enjoy a romantic meal.

When you aren't out on shore excursions, there's plenty to see and do on Wind Star. If you like staying active and trying something new, the water sports marina is the place to go, where you can make the most of the equipment to start exploring the ocean surrounding the ship. However, if your idea of a holiday is more about relaxation, the ship has a spa where guests can enjoy everything from beauty treatments to massages and facials, while the hot tub is the perfect spot to let your worries melt away.

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