Windstar Cruises

Windstar offers a unique, intimate way of cruising with only 148-312 guests. With a fleet of 3 sailing vessels, Windstar does the sailing for you. Enjoy the luxury on-board product and superb signature cuisine, yet with a casual, intimate ambiance and dress code. In keeping with the ship ambiance, Windstar guests leave their ties and formal wear at home. By day, shorts and light shirts are the norm. For dinner and later in the evening, women typically wear casual sun dresses or pant suits, and men can be found in a pair of light-weight slacks and a polo or button-up shirt. Dinner is served with one open seating.

Windstar’s award-winning reputation for sophisticated, yet casual elegance has been recognized by some of the most notable names in the travel world. Celebrated Living, American Airlines’ prestigious publication for first class passengers, named Windstar Cruises “Best Small-Ship/Mid-Ship Cruise Line” on their 2010 Platinum List for the fourth time in a row. Windstar received a “Favorite Small-Ship Cruise Line” award in the U.K.’s Condé Nast Traveler’s 2010 Readers’ Travel Awards and was listed in their “Top 100 of the Best the Travel World has to Offer.” Readers of Porthole Cruise Magazine awarded Windstar “Most Romantic Cruise Line” in the 2010 12th Annual Readers’ Choice Awards. Zagat voted Windstar the “Most Popular” cruise line in the small-ship category. Windstar also received high marks from Zagat in the categories of Top Overall, Top Cabins, Top Service, Top Dining and Top Facilities. Windstar has also earned top honors in Travel + Leisure’s “World’s 2010 Best Awards,” was lauded among “The World’s Best Small Ships” by Condé Nast Traveler in 2010.