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Windstar Voices: Passengers Speak Out

Windstar Voices: Passengers Speak Out

By Veronica Stoddart   Janet and Tim Elliott, retirees from Wilmington, N.C., were drawn to their first Windstar cruise, in the South Pacific, by the small size of Windstar’s yachts. “The smaller number of people appealed to me,” says Janet. “The size is perfect.”   What they didn’t expect, however, was that five years later…

Tips for Traveling in Greece & Turkey

Tips for Traveling in Greece & Turkey

This post was written by Windstar’s Public Relations Director, Amanda Graham, regarding a recent Greek Isles & Turkish Delights press trip. I just returned from Star Breeze, one of our recently acquired power yachts, on the Greek Isles & Turkish Delights cruise itinerary. I was eagerly anticipating this voyage, as I have been saving the…

Big Ships vs. Small Ships

Big Ships vs. Small Ships

Aaron Saunders is a well-known cruise writer who blogs on From the Deck Chair. He recently sailed on Wind Star’s Yachting the Riviera voyage. You can read his full voyage report here.  I used to be a “big ship” guy. When I first started cruising, I sailed aboard a ship that measured 750 feet in length and carried roughly…

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