Wind Spirit Cruise Ship Profile

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Wind Star News

Windstar Unveils New Logo

posted April 30, 2014

Windstar Cruises announced today that is has redesigned its logo and brand insignia as part of a comprehensive plan to refine marketing communications. Inspired by Windstar’s continued commitment to unique luxury travel, the new logo presents a polished new look to dramatize Windstar’s casually elegant, yacht style experience in the luxury cruising industry. Read more...

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The Wind Star sails various itineraries. Visit the Windstar website for a full schedule.

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CDC Ratings

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Deck Plan

Deck 5


Deck 4

Radio Room, The Veranda, Piano Bar, Pool, Hot Tub

Deck 3

Galley, The Restaurant, Lobby, Signature Shop, Library, Reception Area, Casino, The Lounge

Deck 2

Passenger Staterooms, Sports Shop, Water Sports Platform, Gym, Sauna

Deck 1

Passenger Staterooms

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Outdoor Features

Salt water pool and hot tub

Piano/Pool Bar

Water Sports Platform (aft)

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Wind Star Overview

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Wind Star features wide open, teak decks—quite unusual for small ships. With over 10,000 square feet of open deck space, guests will find hidden nooks for private moments giving them a feeling of being on their own private veranda.

The Wind Star offers 4 decks totaling 10,200 sq ft (948 sq m). The ship measures 360 ft (110 m)by 52.1 (15.8 m) ft  and carries 4 masts at 204 ft (62 m). There are seven triangular, self-furling, computer operated sails with almost 27,000 sq. ft (2,600 sq. m) of Dacron surface area. Three diesel electric generating set and 1 electrical propulsion motor. The ship sails at 10-12 knots with engines and up to 15 knots with wind and engines.

Complimentary Water-skiing, windsurfing, kayaking, sailing, ski-tubing and snorkel gear. Scuba diving available for a fee.


Launched: 1986

Refurbished: 2003 & 2006

GRT: 5,350

Speed: 11 Knots

Passengers: 148

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Passengers are cradled in comfort as all staterooms and suites offer ocean views, sitting area, new LCD flat-screen TV, DVD, CD player, iPod Nanos and Bose SoundDocks systems, safe, mini-bar/refrigerator, international direct-dial phones, bathroom with luxurious pampering toiletries, hair dryer, plush terry cloth robes, and an abundance of closet space. The library on board stocks an array of international newspapers, books and games, as well as a multi-media selection of more than 500 DVD titles and compact discs available for complimentary check-out. The owner's suite includes a sitting area.

Stateroom sizes

Standard Cabin 188 Sq. Ft.
Owner's Suite   Sq. ft. w/veranda

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Dining Venues

The Restaurant

Accommodates all passengers and offers an open seating program.

The Verandah and Terrace

Serving breakfast and lunch.


Casual setting serving a steak house menu four nights a week. Other nights feature rotating menus from Northern Italy, France and Indonesia.

Pool Deck

Continental breakfast and afternoon tea.

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Notable Rooms

Skylight Main Lounge


Fitness Center and Sauna

Signature Shop and Photo Gallery

The Nautilus Meeting Room

DVD/CD Library

Open Bridge

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