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Windstar Cruises is intent on expanding its fleet of six ships, President Chris Prelog confirmed at an event in Sydney last week, saying "we're actively looking". Prelog was in Australia meeting with travel partners and media following the first visit by a Windstar Cruises' ship, Star Breeze, to local waters between November 2022 and mid-February…Read More...
Trio of female guest chefs to lead Windstar’s 2022…
Windstar Cruises has released details for the full lineup of James Beard Foundation-affiliated guest chefs for its series of three themed culinary cruises in…Read More...
Windstar revises Australia/New Zealand program entry
Windstar Cruises will make a second attempt at a local deployment in Australia and New Zealand in 2022/23 after abandoning its 2020/21 program due to the…Read More...
Windstar introduces 11 new itineraries
Windstar Cruises has unveiled its 2019 and 2020 Caribbean and Latin America sailings including new visits to ports in Mexico, Honduras, Grand Cayman, the Dominican Republic and Jamaica. Cruisers seeking active adventure may choose from 152 departure dates ranging in length from 7 to 56 days.Read More...