Windstar Cruise Line’s Wind Surf Cruise Ship Tour

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Wind Surf is one of the biggest sailing cruise ships dispatches on the planet, and can convey up to 310 travelers, in an aggregate of 154 staterooms, 31 sea see rooms and 122 exclusive sea see staterooms, alongside a group of 214. Before being exchanged to Windstar Cruises and being renamed, Wind Surf was known as Club Med 1, and was claimed and worked by Club Med.

Club Med 1 was propelled in 1989 in Société Nouvelle des Ateliers et Chantiers du Havre, France. Her sister send Club Med 2 was propelled in 1992 in a similar shipyard. Club Med 1 made her launch in 1990, and cruised for Club Med for a long time. At that point in 1998, Club Med 1 was sold to Windstar Cruises and renamed Wind Surf. The ship depended on Windstar Cruises’ littler 5,350-ton, 148-traveler Wind Star, Wind Spirit and Wind Song engine cruising yachts. All were likewise worked by Société Nouvelle des Ateliers et Chantiers du Havre, France.

Windstar Cruises is a luxury cruise ship line that works an armada of little extravagance voyage ships. Its six yachts convey only 148 to 310 visitors and journey to 50 countries, calling at 150 ports all through Europe, the South Pacific, the Caribbean, and Central America. In May 2014, Windstar added to its cruising yachts by including the Star Pride control yacht, trailed by Star Breeze and Star Legend in May 2015. The extra limit opened up new schedules, for example, voyages to Iceland, Panama Canal, Costa Rica and permitted Windstar Cruises to sail Tahiti year round. Windstar Cruises is named World’s Best Small Ship Cruise Line by Condé Nast Traveler 2014 Readers’ Choice Awards.

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